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Inside Baseball

PREVIEW OF A FALL CLASSIC?

By Peter Gammons

THE INDIANS' UPRISING

By Peter Gammons

A DILEMMA FOR NEW NL PREZ

By Peter Gammons

THE WIZARD FOR WINFIELD?

By Peter Gammons

BETWEEN THE LINES

By Peter Gammons

FIRST IN THE ALPHABET, FIRST IN RELIEF

By Ivan Maisel

A high time, at times The competition in Moscow was uneven, but it did have its moments

By Kenny Moore

THE MEN OF STEELE'S Boasting a murderer's row that has averaged 196 home runs per man -- yes, per man -- this season, Steele's Sports Co. of Grafton, Ohio, fields a softball juggernaut

By Ron Fimrite

On The Scene

TRAINED DOGS PROVIDE A FORMIDABLE ESCORT SERVICE FOR WOMEN RUNNERS

By James Harmon James Harmon lives in Pennsylvania and is a senior editor ofRunner's World.

For The Record

A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK JULY 14-20

Compiled by Roger Jackson

FACES IN THE CROWD

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

JOHN MCENROE AND THE DAVIS CUP

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

GOODWILL GOBBLEDYGOOK

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

HARD TO KEEP IN A SHOEBOX

BILLY HAUGHTON, 1923-1986

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

REFRIGERATOR REDUX

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

TEEING UP THE TWO-PIECE

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

THE DEATH OF LARRY GORDON

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

THEY SAID IT

EDITED BY Robert Sullivan

THE SHARK SHOWED HIS TEETH HOWLING WINDS AND DEEP ROUGH COULD NOT PREVENT GREG NORMAN FROM WINNING THE BRITISH OPEN AT TURNBERRY BY FIVE STROKES

By Rick Reilly

AND ANOTHER BRIT BIT THE DUST THE SAD SAGA OF BRITISH HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING BANKRUPTCY CONTINUED WHEN TIM WITHERSPOON KO'D FRANK BRUNO

By Clive Gammon

MONSTERS OF THE MUNDOBASKET ^ THE U.S. ROSE UP TO DEFEAT THE U.S.S.R. IN MADRID AND WIN ITS FIRST WORLD BASKETBALL TITLE SINCE 1954

By Curry Kirkpatrick

THE PATS ARE TRYING TO PATCH THINGS UP BESET BY ALL MANNER OF WOES, THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS MAY FIND A SECOND STRAIGHT SUPER BOWL APPEARANCE ELUSIVE

By DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

Light Years Ahead Of The Field THE YANKEES' RICKEY HENDERSON AND TIM RAINES OF MONTREAL ARE SIMPLY THE BEST LEADOFF MEN EVER

By Peter Gammons

Talk About A Change Of Pace THE IAAF REWROTE THE RULES TO MAKE THE JAVELIN SAFER, AND NOW THE EVENT'S PRACTITIONERS CAN'T THROW IT AS FAR AS THEY ONCE COULD

By Kenny Moore

19TH HOLE THE READERS TAKE OVER

BO'S DECISION

DRUGS

GOLF AT ITS BEST

TENNIS, ANYONE?