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August 23, 1976 | Volume 45, Issue 8

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Steve Spurrier Cover - Sports Illustrated August 23, 1976

August 23, 1976 | Barry McDermott
Fighting off aches and pains from a spill in an earlier race, Joe O'Brien did things his own way as he drove Armbro Ranger to victory over the favored Stanley Dancer and Keystone Ore in the...

August 23, 1976 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Barred from Montreal, South African Jonty Skinner held his own "Games" in the AAU swim meet and became the Fastest Man Afloat

August 23, 1976 | John Underwood

August 23, 1976 | Robert Cantwell

August 23, 1976 | Roger Kahn

August 23, 1976 | Roger Kahn
Two legacies: 300 pitching victories and disappointment 3,000 hits and death

August 23, 1976
Plunging down a mountain at 124 mph—the velocity reached by someone falling off a tall building—speed skiers, Christopher Matthews says, are not bent on suicide but on records and emotional highs.

August 23, 1976 | Larry Keith
THE WINNERS OF '75 HAVE BEEN CURSED WITH WEAK BATS, GLOVES AND SPIRITS

August 23, 1976
AL WEST

August 23, 1976
CAMPY CAMPANERIS: The little Oakland shortstop spearheaded the A's to seven victories by batting .440, scoring seven runs, driving in four and stealing four bases. In a game against Milwaukee, he...

August 23, 1976 | Dan Levin
BIG THINGS WERE BREWING IN COLORADO—A THREE-EVENT INTERNATIONAL RACE AND, FOR THE PARCHED CONTESTANTS, ALL THE HERBAL POTION THEY COULD DRINK

August 23, 1976 | Carolyn Banks
JOHN MEAGHER'S MAGIC FINGERS CAN'T MAKE A HORSE PERFORM BEYOND HIS CAPACITIES, BUT THEY HELPED THE U.S. TAKE TWO GOLD MEDALS AT MONTREAL

August 23, 1976 | Bruce Newman
PROMOTERS TALKED UP A YOUTHFUL IMAGE, BUT A 58-YEAR-OLD WAS TOPS

August 23, 1976 | Rick Telander

August 23, 1976 | Edited by Coles Phinizy
THE ODD WAR

August 23, 1976 | Edited by Coles Phinizy
•LaVell Edwards, BYU football coach, noting that he had 20 Mormon missionaries on his squad: "If we don't win our first few games, we might start looking for some hell raisers."

August 23, 1976
BOWLING—DAVE FRAME of Baldwin Park, Calif. won his first PBA tournament, the $60,000 Buffalo Open, defeating Bobby Fenton of Costa Mesa, Calif. 207-197.

August 23, 1976
7—drawing by Michael Ramus8, 9—John Iacono (5), Tony Triolo (3)10, 11—John Iacono (3), Tony Triolo14, 15—Manny Millan40—Peter Read Miller44—Carl Iwasaki46, 49—Lane Stewart50—John Iacono64—Bob...

August 23, 1976
RONNIE SANFORDPICAYUNE, MISS.At the American Junior Bowling Conference League Junior Division I state tournament, Ronnie, 12, finished first in bantam singles, second in the boys all-events...

August 23, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Great cover, great story, great athlete (, Aug. 9). Bruce Jenner for Sportsman of the Year.STAN HARTZLERAlton, Kans.

August 23, 1976 | Dan Jenkins