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July 03, 1978 | Volume 49, Issue 1

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Daniel Passarella Cover - Sports Illustrated July 03, 1978

July 03, 1978 | Clive Gammon

July 03, 1978 | Larry Keith

July 03, 1978 | Douglas S. Looney

July 03, 1978 | Joe Marshall

July 03, 1978 | Douglas S. Looney

July 03, 1978
Pooling their talents, Mission Viejo's swimmers are doing laps at dawn's early light and, at dusk, lunging for vitamins flipped their way by controversial Coach Mark Schubert. Jerry Kirshenbaum...

July 03, 1978 | Larry Keith
Though a .296 hitter, Garry Maddox of the Phillies prefers fielding to batting

July 03, 1978 | Herman Weiskopf

July 03, 1978 | Herman Weiskopf
VIDA BLUE: While baffling New York 3-0 and Atlanta 9-0 on a pair of five-hitters, the San Francisco lefty struck out 17, walked three, allowed no extra-base hits and improved his record to 10 wins...

July 03, 1978 | Kelso F. Sutton
Four years ago Associate Editor Clive Gammon, then a special contributor to SI, covered the World Cup soccer matches in Munich for us. This year the Swansea-born Welshman is again reporting on the...

July 03, 1978 | Jim Kaplan
Marty Hogan, famed as the best player never to win the national championship, had run out of excuses when he took the court for his fourth try at the title

July 03, 1978 | Sarah Pileggi
Writing a history of a club is a labor of love and so, usually, is reading one. But H. Richard Heilman's Golf at Merion: 1896-1976 is different. Affection, humor and graceful, unadorned English...

July 03, 1978 | Demmie Stathoplos
Sixteen is sweet for Ronnie Hirdes, who is inviting the inevitable comparisons

July 03, 1978 | Frank Deford

July 03, 1978 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
DOWN THE TUBEThe latest sports craze in California is tubing, or floating down a river in a truck-tire inner tube. It is proving to be a deadly game. Heavy snows in parts of the Sierra Nevada...

July 03, 1978 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•Steve Hunt of the NASL champion Cosmos: "People assume that my greatest thrill last year was winning the championship. They're wrong. It was meeting Mick Jagger."

July 03, 1978
BOATING—ACADIA, a 51-foot sloop skippered by Burt Keenan of Columbus, Ohio, won the IOR Division of the 635-mile Bermuda ocean race with a corrected time of 95:52:53. BABE, a 39-foot 10-inch...

July 03, 1978
4—Jerry Cooke10—George Tiedemann11—Manny Millan12, 13—Jerry Cooke18, 19—Rich Clarkson20—Rich Clarkson (top), Curt Winchester28—John D. Hanlon (top), Tony Tomsic34—Fred Mullane44—Art Shay53,...

July 03, 1978
MARK and TODD McCALLISTERDEERFIELD, Ill.Mark and Todd, 18-year-old twins who recently graduated from Deerfield High, were two of the top prep middle-distance runners in the country. Mark won the...

July 03, 1978 | Edited by Gay Flood
FINAL WORDSSir:John Papanek's article on the exciting seventh and final game of the NBA championships in Seattle (They're First, At Long Last, June 19) was disappointing and insulting. It is...