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July 26, 1976 | Volume 45, Issue 4

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Sandra Henderson Cover - Sports Illustrated July 26, 1976

July 26, 1976 | Pat Putnam

July 26, 1976 | Frank Deford
The cutting edge in the world movement to isolate South Africa from international competition is an organization known as SAN-ROC (South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee). SAN-ROC has its...

July 26, 1976 | Kenny Moore
The meeting of team captains to select the U.S. standard-bearer was held in a cramped conference room. Voices were raised, and those waiting outside could hear snatches of the nominating speeches....

July 26, 1976 | Joe Marshall
The Juice claims he will no longer head around end in Buffalo. Instead he could become a Ram, a Raider—or a retiree

July 26, 1976 | Sarah Pileggi

July 26, 1976 | Frank Deford

July 26, 1976
Looking for gold at the XXI Summer Olympics will be the object of a world of athletes as all swimming, cycling, rowing and gymnastics events are contested in the Games' first week of competition.

July 26, 1976 | William Humphrey

July 26, 1976 | Mark Donovan
Tim Gallwey, author of The Inner Came of Tennis, was giving a lesson recently on an indoor court in New York City. After he had quietly worked on the pupil's volley for several minutes, Gallwey...

July 26, 1976 | Larry Keith
WITH THE LARGEST STAFF IN THE MAJORS, CHICAGO HAS PROVEN QUANTITY IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY. THE TEAM'S ERA (4.63) IS THE LEAGUE'S WORST IN YEARS

July 26, 1976 | Jim Kaplan
AL EAST

July 26, 1976 | Jim Kaplan
GEORGE FOSTER: The Reds' outfielder was named the Most Valuable Player in the All-Star Game after he led the National League to its fifth straight victory. Foster had three RBIs and a long homer...

July 26, 1976 | William Leggett
YOU MAY AS WELL, BECAUSE IF THERE'S A GIMMICK ON GRASS, NO ONE'S TALKING

July 26, 1976 | Douglas S. Looney
THE HALL OF FAME HAD FADED, AND ITS CREATOR, JIMMY VAN ALEN, WAS NOT FEELING VERY FLUSH, SO HE SENT OVER TO FRANCE FOR SOME GOLDEN OLDIES TO ENSHRINE

July 26, 1976 | Ray Kennedy
FRONTON COUNTRY DID MEAN FLORIDA, BUT NOW CONNECTICUT IS INTO THE ACT

July 26, 1976 | Joe Jares
JOAN JOYCE IS SLOWING DOWN—HER PITCHING SPEED HAS FALLEN TO 90 MPH—BUT SHE REMAINS A WHIZ AND STAR OF THE PRO WOMEN'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE

July 26, 1976 | Bil Gilbert

July 26, 1976
9—drawing by Arnold Roth14, 15—Neil Leifer, Heinz Kluetmeier (3), Jerry Cooke16, 17—Neil Leifer, Heinz Kluetmeier, Walter Iooss Jr.18, 19—Heinz Kluetmeier, James Drake20, 21—John D. Hanlon, Neil...

July 26, 1976
BOWLING—VIRGINIA PARK of Whittier, Calif. rolled six straight strikes to beat Bev Ortner of Tucson 247-191 and win the $20,000 Metroplex Open in Dallas.

July 26, 1976
WEBSTER D. MORRISONPICKFORD, MICH.As coach at Pickford High, Morrison took 25 consecutive Class D track titles. In basketball he had a 137-84 record, winning three district championships in 12...

July 26, 1976
REMEMBRANCESSir:In the article on Jack Lambert (A Living Legend Called Mean Smilin' Jack, July 12), Robert F. Jones mentions that Lambert made "a few small-college All-America teams."

July 26, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
FOREIGN EXCHANGE

July 26, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Jerry DaVanon, Houston Astro utility infielder, on life in baseball: "My daughter Kelley, who is five, is a friend of Ken Boswell's daughter Ashley, who is the same age. They hadn't seen each...