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August 19, 1985 Table Of Contents

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First Person

THE AUTHOR GIVES BELATED THANKS TO THE FINEST COACH HE EVER HAD

By Rick Telander

On The Scene

WHILE WAR RAGES, BASEBALL REMAINS THE NATIONAL PASSION IN NICARAGUA

By Leslie Bornstein

PGA Championship

The Greening Of The PGA

Shaking off five years of deep frustration, Hubert Green rose up and won his second major championship

By Barry McDermott

All Spruced Up For A Big Vegas Bash

Hector (Macho) Camacho's attire was as flashy as his fists when he beat José Ramírez for the WBC lightweight championship

By Dan Levin

A Pool Hustler To Be Reckoned With

Matt Biondi lowered one world and one U.S. swimming record at the long course championships

By Craig Neff

Dieter Brock

A Rifle Wrapped In An Enigma

Strong-armed Dieter Brock blew in mysteriously from Canada and may wind up as the Rams' quarterback

By Bruce Newman

Pete Rose

On Deck For The Big Knock

In his memorable battle against Ty Cobb and Father Time, Pete Rose, the Reds' player-manager, is bearing down on the 4,192nd hit he so covets

By Rick Reilly

'THE REPORTS ON ME IN CINCINNATI WEREN'T TOO GOOD'

By William Leggett

Baseball

A Rose in the bud

Fifteen-year-old Pete Rose Jr. has the look of a chip off the old bat

By Ivan Maisel

INSIDE PITCH Statistics through Aug. 11

By Henry Hecht

Spencer-Devlin

THE LADY IS A SCAMP

Muffin Spencer-Devlin believes she was King Arthur in another life, but nothing can match her current incarnation as a skyrocketing professional golfer

By Barry McDermott

Shopwalk

BANANA REPUBLIC'S SURVIVAL CHIC IS WINNING BUNCHES OF TRENDY BUYERS

By Clive Gammon

For The Record

A roundup of the week Aug. 5-11

Compiled by BAILEY BREENE

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

Edited by Franz Lidz