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June 23, 1986 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

DURING BASEBALL'S STONE AGE, A ROAD TRIP CREATED A WHOLE NEW BALL GAME

By Darryl Brock

U.S. Open

Guts, Grit And Grandeur

At 43, Raymond Floyd fought off a horde of rivals to become the oldest U.S. Open champion ever

By Rick Reilly

Close Call For The Macho Man

Hector Camacho got Edwin Rosario riled up, but the lightweight champ made off with a split-decision win

By Pat Putnam

Texas Rangers

Putting A Stop To A Long Slide

Thanks to Inky, Dr. Gadget and an empathetic Valentine, the once lowly Texas Rangers are winning

By Ron Fimrite

Milers

Two Aces On A Collision Course

Middle distance champions Steve Cram and Said Aouita, who represent vastly different cultures, are heading toward a big July showdown

By Kenny Moore

Matt Biondi

Afloat, He's A Quick Study

Matt Biondi, arguably the world's fastest swimmer, could win as many as six gold medals in the 1986 world meet

By Demmie Stathoplos

Rowing

Say cheese, Wisconsin

Badger eights took both the men's and the women's collegiate titles

By Alexander Wolff

Television

Goooooooooooooooal!

Except for Tony Tirado's goal calls, give World Cup coverage a zzzzzzz

By William Taaffe

Pro Basketball

Mixing it up with the guys

Nancy Lieberman broke basketball's gender barrier with her USBL debut

By Franz Lidz

Inside

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

FLIGHT 45 FROM HOUSTON HAS ARRIVED

By Armen Keteyian

Ted Turner

What Makes Ted Run?

Ted Turner's Goodwill Games are only one element of his epic world design

By Gary Smith

Reminiscence

GROUCHO IS FONDLY REMEMBERED FOR HIS REAL-LIFE ROLE AS A TENNIS FATHER

By Arthur Marx

For The Record

A roundup of the week June 9-15

Compiled by Morin Bishop

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff