ROGER WHEELER AND JAI ALAI'S NONE-TOO-WATCHFUL WATCHDOGS
•Dave Lopes, Dodger second baseman, after an 0-for-25 slump dropped his average to less than .100: "I'm trying to get down to zero and start the season over."
June 15, 1981 | William Nack
June 15, 1981 | Curry Kirkpatrick
June 15, 1981 | Craig Neff
June 15, 1981 | William Oscar Johnson
Getting an injured athlete back on his feet in a hurry, within reason, is the essence of Dr. Hans Kraus' technique
June 15, 1981 | Philip G. Howlett
Associate writer Barry McDermott's article on Lee Trevino, which begins on page 74 and takes up much of the back nine of this week's issue, is by no means his first on Super Mex. McDermott first...
Larry Sheets has big potential, but little disposition, for being a major-leaguer
KEN FORSCH: In two shutouts—3-0 over the Blue Jays and 10-0 over the Orioles—the California righthander allowed only eight hits and ran his totals for the season to four shutouts, an 8-3 record...
Surely everyone knows the voice of the Dodgers. It belongs to that dapper, mellow-voiced guy who's been broadcasting baseball for what seems like centuries. His following in Los Angeles is legion....
Though Dave Peck looks like easy pickin's, he's no joke on court, as a No. 2 rating attests
In a down year for the NASL, things are looking up in expansion city Montreal
Golf can be a relatively expensive pastime even for the publinx player. According to a recent study by the National Golf Foundation, the average player on public courses spends close to $500 a...
June 15, 1981 | Barry McDermott
June 15, 1981 | Michael Crosby
On Oct. 8, 1957 the Dodgers announced they were leaving Brooklyn, and a million hearts were broken, but in certain quarters, especially those near the Brooklyn-Queens border, defiance raised its...
June 15, 1981
4—Walter Iooss Jr.18, 19—Jerry Cooke20—Manny Millan21—Walter Iooss Jr.39—Farrar & Rinehart55—Jerry Wachter62—Richard Mackson64, 65—Mark Perlstein68, 73—George Tiedemann76—Richard Mackson (top...
June 15, 1981 | Compiled by N. BROOKS CLARK
BASEBALL—MARIETTA (Ohio) COLLEGE defeated defending champion Ithaca (N.Y.) College 14-12 in Marietta to win the NCAA Division III title.
June 15, 1981
SHANE MACKCERRITOS, CALIF.
June 15, 1981 | Edited by Gay Flood
ISLANDERS UNDERCOVEREDSir:Not again! The New York Islanders won the Stanley Cup and weren't on the cover of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (June 1). When they won it last year, Johnny Rutherford, the winner...