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July 14, 1980 | Volume 53, Issue 3

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Bjorn Borg Cover - Sports Illustrated July 14, 1980

July 14, 1980 | Jim Kaplan
These are rough times for college athletic officials. It's not just the scandals and Title IX disputes. You see, everyone—men, women, students, faculty, good athletes, average athletes—wants to...

July 14, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
"PERSONAL OLYMPICS"

July 14, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Tommy Lasorda, Dodger manager, lauding Jerry Reuss for pitching a no-hitter against the Giants: "It couldn't have happened to a greater guy. Well, yes it could. It could have happened to me."

July 14, 1980 | Frank Deford

July 14, 1980 | Kenny Moore
Sebastian Coe added the 1,000 to his list of records, but just minutes later Steve Ovett snatched away Coe's mile mark

July 14, 1980 | Steve Wulf

July 14, 1980
Baseball's biggest winner is Philadelphia's Steve Carlton, who keeps his visibility as low as his slider. But to broadcaster Tim McCarver, his pal and former catcher, Carlton is a man of many...

July 14, 1980 | J.D. Reed

July 14, 1980 | Philip G. Howlett
William Oscar Johnson's story on running addiction (page 72) struck a responsive chord among many of our staffers. While addiction might be too harsh a term, quite a few of us have a keen urge to...

July 14, 1980 | Douglas S. Looney

July 14, 1980 | Steve Wulf
During a recent Toronto-Oakland game televised by NBC, Blue Jays Centerfielder Rick Bosetti signed off his recitation of Toronto's starting lineup by saying, "And we'd like to thank NBC for making...

July 14, 1980 | Douglas S. Looney
Busy base stealers like Ron LeFlore (right) have helped Montreal gain a foothold on first place in the NL East

July 14, 1980 | Jim Kaplan
NL WEST

July 14, 1980 | Jim Kaplan
MARK CLEAR: The Angel righthander had one win and three saves to figure in all four California victories. In his last seven appearances, covering 13⅓ innings, Clear has surrendered only four hits...

July 14, 1980 | Jonathan Yardley
Bill Barich was in his mid-30s when the hard times struck. His mother was dying of cancer; he and his wife were arguing; his money was running low and his work—writing—wasn't going well. "The mix...

July 14, 1980 | Bob Ottum
The Firecracker 400 sizzled from start to finish as veteran Bobby Allison (above) had to work a pick to hold hot newcomer Dale Earnhardt at bay for a narrow victory

July 14, 1980 | J.D. Reed
In 120° heat, Tulsa tried to get Seattle burned up, but it got Branded instead.

July 14, 1980 | William Oscar Johnson
In pursuit of an elusive feeling of well-being—even invincibility—some unsuspecting runners may actually have turned into addicts, and the monkey on their backs is wearing jogging shoes

July 14, 1980 | Steve Raymond
A lake now embraces the old plunge pool at the foot of the Dry Falls, where the Columbia River once fell 400 feet over a front 3½ miles wide. Those ancient falls surely were among the greatest the...

July 14, 1980
4—Evelyn Floret18-20—Walter Iooss Jr.21-23—Tony Duffy24-25—Norsk Presse Service A/S26—Dan Baliotti27—Mark Perlstein (top), Jerry Wachter (left), Richard Mackson28—Fred Kaplan44, 45—Peter Read...

July 14, 1980
JANE ROBERTST. LOUISRobert, 32, who teaches French at Parkway West High, has coached the Longhorns' girls' swimming team to a seven-year record of 66-4, including four straight state titles and...

July 14, 1980 | Compiled by ROY S. JOHNSON
GOLF—SCOTT SIMPSON shot a seven-under-par 281 to beat Andy Bean by five strokes and win the $300,000 Western Open in Oak Brook, Ill.

July 14, 1980
MONTREAL BRAWL (CONT.)Sir:Right on for the extraordinary article on the Leonard-Duran fight (June 30)! Right on for the breathtaking photographs (the spread on pages 14 and 15 actually caused my...