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Yesterday

THE DASHING, SPLASHING FATHER OF WATERSKIING

By Jim Harmon

Mike Tyson

ONLY ONE NO. 1

Iron-fisted Mike Tyson beat Tony Tucker to stand alone at the top

By Pat Putnam

Cincinnati

PETE HAS 'EM SEEING RED

NL West opponents can't seem to shake the claim to No. 1 staked by Pete Rose

By Hank Hersch

National Championships

AMERICA'S NEW GOLDEN GIRL

Janet Evans, 15, stole the show at the U.S. championships, setting two world records and winning four events

By Bruce Anderson

Showdown

A SHOWDOWN AT THE SHORE

Bet Twice beat Alysheba in the Haskell at Monmouth, but Lasix lurked in the shadows

By Clive Gammon

The Dodgers

Oh, For Those Glory Days of Yesteryear

The Dodgers have lost the way that Branch Rickey laid out for them, and the future could be threadbare

By Peter Gammons

Lumberjacks

Anyone Seen a Blue Ox?

Flach And Seguso

It's Doubles Or Nothing

Ken Flach and Robert Seguso have overcome scandal and estrangement to reign as tennis's leading doubles team

By Robert Sullivan

Inside

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

Christensen

'I CAN CATCH THE ROCK'

WHEN L.A. RAIDER TIGHT END TODD CHRISTENSEN PUTS ON HIS PERSONAL HIGHLIGHT TAPE, IT IS EASY TO SEE HOW HE MADE 349 RECEPTIONS IN THE LAST FOUR YEARS. THE BEST CATCH OF ALL: WHEN L.A. SIGNED HIM UP

By Paul Zimmerman

Spotlight

HAS CESTA, WILL PLAY

Becky Smith wants to be jai alai's first woman pro

By Pat Jordan

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week July 27-Aug. 2

Compiled by Roger Jackson

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

AN ERROR FOR BASEBALL

Why aren't Leo Durocher and Roger Maris in the Hall?

By Steve Wulf

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf