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June 27, 1977 | Volume 46, Issue 26

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Tom Seaver Cover - Sports Illustrated June 27, 1977

June 27, 1977 | Edited by Ron Reid
CHANGE FOR THE BETTER

June 27, 1977 | Edited by Ron Reid
•Andre Harvey, golf pro, asked why he has had only one hole in one in his career while Art Wall has had 41: "The only thing it means, really, is that Art Wall is 40 times better than me."

June 27, 1977 | Dan Jenkins

June 27, 1977 | Douglas S. Looney
Jade Prince and Nat Lobell—driven by the Kopases, father and son—finished one-two in the Cane Pace, leaving the Cinderella horse of the evening back among the pumpkins at Yonkers Raceway in the...

June 27, 1977 | Larry Keith

June 27, 1977
Sparring on the high seas off Newport are a trio of U.S. 12 meters whose duels through the dog days of summer will determine the defender in the America's Cup. Coles Phinizy reports on the first...

June 27, 1977 | Ray Kennedy

June 27, 1977 | Sam Moses

June 27, 1977 | John A. Meyers
Kenny Moore, author of this week's story on the incomparable Finnish runner Lasse Viren (page 66), is, of course, a world-class distance man himself. In 1971 he contributed his first piece to...

June 27, 1977 | Peter Gammons
Bob Horner's bat and Jamie Allen's arm led Arizona State to the college title

June 27, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf

June 27, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
JOE RUDI: California's superb leftfielder went on the offense, raising his home-run output to 13 by twice hitting two in a game, increasing his RBIs to 53 by driving across 11 runs, batting .462...

June 27, 1977 | Mike DelNagro
The $10,000 Challenge of Champions matched up two opposite U.S. titleholders, the ultimate gamesman Larry Lisciotti against organization man Tom Jennings

June 27, 1977 | H. R. Coursen
Some may not recognize how inauthentic the boxing in the Academy Award film Rocky is, but this should be pointed out, because it bears on the film's "meaning." Sylvester Stallone's Rocky styles...

June 27, 1977 | John Papanek
At the yearly NBA meeting, the Old 18 showed their new kids a little mercy

June 27, 1977 | Kenny Moore

June 27, 1977
BOATING—JACK KNIFE, skippered by Jack Greenberg of Miami, 47, won the Annapolis-to-Newport race. The 42-foot sloop covered the 473-nautical-mile course in a corrected time of 74 hours 11 minutes.

June 27, 1977
CARL WILLIAMSWEST COLUMBIA, TEXASAt the state Class AAA meet in Austin, Carl, 17, became the top sprinter in Texas high school history by winning the 100 in 9.2 and the 200 in 20.9, breaking marks...

June 27, 1977
4—Walter Iooss Jr.15—Neil Leifer16, 17—Neil Leifer, Heinz Kluetmeier (3)18, 19—Neil Leifer, James Drake, Heinz Kluetmeier (2)22-24—Walter Iooss Jr.26—Herb Scharfman32—map by Don Moss36-38—Heinz...

June 27, 1977
TRAIL BLAZER TRIUMPHSir:Curry Kirkpatrick's article on the Sixer collapse (All for One Sure Beats One for All, June 13) was one of the most biased pieces of writing I have ever read in your...