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August 30, 1976 | Volume 45, Issue 9

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Reggie Jackson Cover - Sports Illustrated August 30, 1976

August 30, 1976 | Ron Fimrite

August 30, 1976 | Larry Keith
Reggie Jackson is only one of 30 players who, if they remain unsigned, will be eligible for the unprecedented free-agent draft to be held the first week of November. In preparation, front-office...

August 30, 1976 | William Leggett
In eclipse since his stunning defeats in the Derby and the Preakness last spring, Honest Pleasure roared back to top form in the venerable Travers at Saratoga. Now he's ready once more to...

August 30, 1976
When the spinnakers came down a 20-year-old Long Islander held the world title in a class other countries used to own

August 30, 1976 | J. D. Reed

August 30, 1976 | Christopher Matthews

August 30, 1976
College Football 1976 kicks off with a fearless forecast of the Top 20 teams, including No. 1 as in "We're No. 1." A probably fictitious coach tells John Underwood what's wrong with the game while...

August 30, 1976 | Roger Kahn

August 30, 1976 | Kent Hannon
LINERS AND ONE-LINERS FLOW FROM THE BAT AND MOUTH OF LYMAN BOSTOCK JR.

August 30, 1976
AL EAST

August 30, 1976
JAY JOHNSTONE: The Philadelphia outfielder had a pair of four-hit games, 11 RBIs and is hitting .348. Platooned at times, he probably will not come to the plate often enough to qualify for the...

August 30, 1976 | Melissa Ludtke
On June 15, 1975, 10 million people, easily a record American TV audience for soccer, watched The Return of Pelé, a CBS telecast of the Brazilian star's debut with the New York Cosmos. During that...

August 30, 1976 | Mike DelNagro
UNKNOWN LARRY LISCIOTTI CHALKED UP A TOURNEY FUNDED BY HIS OPPONENTS

August 30, 1976 | Joe Marshall
ANTHONY DAVIS HAS TURNED CANADIAN FANS ON WITH HIS DAZZLING MOVES AND OUTFITS, BUT THE WAY THE ARGONAUTS ARE USING HIM HAS TURNED HIM OFF

August 30, 1976 | Barry McDermott
DICK SIDEROWF MIXES BUSINESS AND PLEASURE WITH SUCCESSFUL RESULTS

August 30, 1976 | Curry Kirkpatrick

August 30, 1976 | Edited by Douglas S. Looney
PLAYING REAL GAMES...

August 30, 1976 | Edited by Douglas S. Looney
•Garry Maddox, Phillies centerfielder, when asked to describe his first grand slam homer: "As I remember, the bases were loaded."

August 30, 1976
BILLIARDS—LARRY LISCIOTTI of Old Saybrook, Conn. won the $50,000 World Open Pocket Billiard Championship in Asbury Park, N.J., beating Steve Mizerak of Perth Amboy, N.J. 150-108 (page 68).

August 30, 1976
9—Drawing by Arnold Roth14, 15—Harry Benson17—Manny Millan64—Manny Millan66—Jerry Cooke68—John Hurt Whitehead III73—Tony Triolo76—Erio Schweikardt78, 79—Stephen Green-Armytage80, 81—Tony Triolo,...

August 30, 1976
TOM BUTTERFIELDWINDSOR, CONN.At the Eastern Masters AAU Track and Field Championships in California, Pa., Butterfield, 40, won the 100-yard dash; the long, triple and high jumps; the shotput and...

August 30, 1976 | Edited by Gay Flood
SYMBOLISMSir:Ron Fimrite's article on come-from-behind baseball races (Begging for a Miracle, Aug. 16) was informative and conjured up a lot of "ifs." I got the greatest kick from the two-page...