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July 18, 1983 | Volume 59, Issue 3

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Andre Dawson Cover - Sports Illustrated July 18, 1983

July 18, 1983 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

July 18, 1983 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Alan Harmon, Los Angeles Express owner, explaining how the team's colors were chosen: "We took the silver from Detroit, the blue from Dallas and the burgundy from my daughter's blouse."

July 18, 1983 | Steve Wulf
For division pacesetters Montreal and Toronto, it is the best of times

July 18, 1983 | Ralph Wiley
In the USFL playoffs, Philadelphia's hopes were dimming when it suddenly rallied from 21 back to beat Chicago 44-38 in OT

July 18, 1983 | Alexander Wolff
Bobby Hebert says his surname is pronounced A-bear, though he isn't one. He's a Panther, a Michigan Panther from the Louisiana bayous who grew up 40 miles south of New Orleans. "Almost nobody...

July 18, 1983 | Kenny Moore
Less-than-best Americans at the World University Games could not make the grade against the Soviets

July 18, 1983 | Terry Todd
At 52, master bodybuilder Bill Pearl shows no signs of slackening his pace. As for his body, it shows no slack, period

July 18, 1983 | Robert L. Miller
If departments of a magazine were the parts of an orchestra, the production department would be the conductor. By bringing harmony to the efforts of editors, the art staff and the copy room,...

July 18, 1983 | Jim Kaplan
Fred Lynn's dramatic shot helped make him an All-Star winner at last

July 18, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
There was more to the two-day All-Star extravaganza than the game action and the splendid staging by the White Sox. Before Tuesday afternoon's oldtimers' exhibition, which the National League won...

July 18, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
Mets Centerfielder Mookie Wilson completed a novel "cycle" in the first inning of Friday's 6-3 loss to Houston. He slipped to the Shea Stadium turf while fielding a double to his right, fell as he...

July 18, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
RICKEY HENDERSON: His sore ribs all but healed, the Oakland speedster was on the run again with 15 stolen bases in seven games through Sunday. He led the majors with 47 thefts and has time to...

July 18, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
By becoming the winning pitcher in last week's All-Star Game, Toronto's Dave Stieb missed out on joining some pretty fast company—the American League losers the previous 11 years:

July 18, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
DAVE RIGHETTI: The 24-year-old lefty became the first Yankee since 1956 to pitch a no-hitter, beating the Red Sox 4-0 as he struck out nine batters, walked four and ran his season record to 10-3.

July 18, 1983 | Jack Falla
With its new dome, Vancouver has become top drawer and a top draw

July 18, 1983 | William Taaffe
From raceways to fairways, TV is trodding in places it shouldn't

July 18, 1983 | Gary Smith
<i>Sydney Maree, top miler and U.S. citizen-to-be, didn't realize it then, but as he worked out compulsively on the rutted roads of South Africa as a youth, he was really running for his...

July 18, 1983 | Jeremiah Tax
This is getting to be a year for first novels by outdoors writers. Like David James Duncan's The River Why (SI, Feb. 21), Geoffrey Norman's first novel, Midnight Water (E.P. Dutton, $13.95), is...

July 18, 1983
4—George Tiedemann13—Illustration by Sam Q. Weissman16—James Drake18—John Hanlon (left), Tony Triolo19—Chuck Solomon (left), Jacqueline Duvoisin20, 21—Tony Tomsic (left), Chuck Solomon...

July 18, 1983 | Compiled by LISA TWYMAN
BILLIARDS—JEAN BALUKAS beat Lori Shampo 7-4 to win the first Women's World Invitational Seven-Ball championships in Atlantic City.

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July 18, 1983
MR. NICE GUYSir:Steve Wulf's article on Dale Murphy (Murphy's Law Is Nice Guys Finish First, July 4) is a grand slam! Dale Murphy is someone we can all be proud of whether we happen to be baseball...