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Boxing

Meeting the gold standard Cruiserweight Evander Holyfield gilded his bronze medal with a WBA title

By Pat Putnam

Inside Baseball

IT WAS CLEAR AS MUD

By Peter Gammons

BOSTON DEALS WITH AN OIL SLICK

By Peter Gammons

YANKEES FORCED INTO THE YOUTH MOVEMENT

By Peter Gammons

BETWEEN THE LINES THE FIRING SQUAD

By Peter Gammons

TV

Goodwill, but not a very good show Ted Turner's Goodwill Games are better than his coverage of them

By William Taaffe

Cycling

Now it's on to the mountains The Americans were doing right well, so far, in the Tour de France

By E.M. Swift

LIFE WITH LORD JIM Is New Jersey's Jim Kelly pro football's best quarterback? He could be, and there's little doubt that he is having the most fun

By Rick Telander

For The Record

A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK JULY 7-13

Compiled byMorin Bishop

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole

HARBOR VIEWS

TOP STADIUM

DRUGS VS. ATHLETES

WORLD CUP

SPELL THAT AGAIN

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

SHOWDOWN ON TESTING

RALPH KRAMDEN WOULD DIE

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

OH, BROTHERS

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

NAPOLEON DROPS ANCHOR IN L.A.

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

FROM ASPHALT COURT TO CIRCUIT COURT

By Alexander Wolff

PUTTING THE BOOKS BEFORE THE BALL

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

TOM SAWYER AND HIS DOG, TOTO

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

THEY SAID IT

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

OUR WOMAN IN MOSCOW JACKIE JOYNER WAS QUEEN OF THE GOODWILL GAMES WITH A STUNNING WORLD RECORD IN THE HEPTATHLON

By Kenny Moore and Craig Neff

STORMS, QUAKES, FUMES -- AND GOLF WEIRD DISTURBANCES DIDN'T RAIN, THEY POURED, ON THE WOMEN'S OPEN, AND THE MONDAY FINISH TURNED OUT TO BE EXCITING, TOO

By Jaime Diaz

IN AN ANATOMY CLASS OF THEIR OWN FOR A TEAM THAT HAS SUFFERED 44 INJURIES, THE LAST-PLACE DODGERS COULD BE DOING A WHOLE LOT WORSE

By Ron Fimrite

Now He's The Cat's Meow NORTH DAKOTA COWBOY WADE BURCK JOINED THE CIRCUS AND, WITH THE HELP OF GRIT, WIT AND A CORPS OF SQUIRRELLY WHITE TIGERS, BECAME A STAR

By Dan Geringer