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July 30, 1979 | Volume 51, Issue 5

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Sebastian Coe Cover - Sports Illustrated July 30, 1979

July 30, 1979 | Dan Jenkins
On the murderous back nine at Royal Lytham and St. Annes, Seve Ballesteros of Spain came charging out of the rough to say so long to his U.S. challengers

July 30, 1979 | Kenny Moore

July 30, 1979 | Larry Keith
Red Sox fans, still in shock over last year, are certain the team will win the 1979 pennant. Probably. Well, maybe

July 30, 1979 | Lowell Cohn

July 30, 1979
Pride and poise may be the corporate slogan of the Oakland Raiders, but Kenny Stabler's bitter denouncement of team and teammates has new Coach Tom Flores wondering where he can find some of those...

July 30, 1979 | Myron Cope

July 30, 1979 | Barry McDermott
Cincinnati's Ray Knight has made the fans forget Pete Rose—well, almost

July 30, 1979 | Jim Kaplan
AL WEST

July 30, 1979 | Jim Kaplan
STEVE KEMP: The Tiger leftfielder had a 5-for-6 game and a 9-for-14 week, scored five runs, drove in six and homered twice to move from ninth place (.316) to third (.330) in the race for the...

July 30, 1979 | Tom Archdeacon

July 30, 1979 | Robert H. Boyle
With some help from man, says a marine biologist, the fish could flourish again

July 30, 1979 | Jerry Kirshenbaum

July 30, 1979 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
"THE ROCKIES MAY CRUMBLE..."

July 30, 1979 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Burch Riber, general chairman of the LPGA tournament in Mason, Ohio, where Nancy Lopez and her husband have bought a condominium near one owned by Tom Seaver and his wife: "Nancy's probably a...

July 30, 1979
12, 13—Steve Powell14—Graham Finlayson (left), Steve Powell15—Steve Powell27—Peter Read Miller28, 29—John G. Zimmerman30—Peter Read Miller36—Steve Goldstein46-51—Lynn Pelham52, 55—William Dovel56,...

July 30, 1979
HUNTER LADIGOPHOENIXIn leading the Yankees to their second straight Madison Elementary District Little League title, Hunter, a 9-year-old first baseman, hit .955, with 21 hits in 22 at bats, 16...

July 30, 1979 | Compiled by ROGER JACKSON
BOATING—CHOCOLATE CHIPS, a 33-foot sloop skippered by Ron Lester and Don Porter of Michigan City, Ind., was declared the winner of the Chicago-to-Mackinac Island (Mich.) race with a corrected time...

July 30, 1979
GRAND FINALESir:It has taken Bjorn Borg four consecutive Wimbledon titles to make a believer out of Curry Kirkpatrick (The Grand Finale, July 16). This time there were no comments about Borg's...