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September 12, 1983 | Volume 59, Issue 12

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Edwin Moses Cover - Sports Illustrated September 12, 1983

September 12, 1983 | Steve Wulf

September 12, 1983 | Ron Fimrite
The Atlanta Braves' batting order last Saturday, as posted on the clubhouse blackboard, was Garr, Millan, Mathews, Aaron, Carty, Torre, Alou, Logan and Spahn. It was only a joke, of course,...

September 12, 1983 | Kenny Moore
Edwin Moses, God's gift to hurdling, celebrated his 28th with the fourth world-record clocking of his career

September 12, 1983 | Jack McCallum

September 12, 1983 | Sarah Pileggi
After beating Courageous five times in six races, Liberty was chosen to defend the America's Cup in what may be the stiffest challenge ever

September 12, 1983 | Paul Zimmerman

September 12, 1983 | Steve Wulf

September 12, 1983 | Robert L. Miller
Writer-Reporter Brooks Clark is a man who can appreciate the flip side, whether of Little Richard's Good Golly, Miss Molly—which is, of course, Hey Hey Hey Hey—or of life in general. It's a talent...

September 12, 1983 | Jaime Diaz
A classy class of rookie pitchers has raised Oakland's future hopes

September 12, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
If the Astros had won their first nine games of the season instead of losing them, they would have been atop the National League West last Sunday, seven games ahead of the Dodgers, to whom they...

September 12, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
CAL RIPKEN: The Oriole shortstop slugged four home runs and two doubles while hitting .424 (14 for 33), scoring 11 runs, driving in eight and tying two club records—two-base hits in one season...

September 12, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
What player butted behind the two greatest home run hitters in baseball history? Impossible, you say, because Henry Aaron and Babe Ruth played in different eras? Wrong. Davey Johnson hit behind...

September 12, 1983 | Jack Falla
Near the opponents' net the Cosmos' Roberto Cabañas is a hungry Cheetah

September 12, 1983 | Barry McDermott
Jay Sigel, a latter-day Bobby Jones, won his second straight U.S. Amateur

September 12, 1983 | N. Brooks Clark
Another unlikely win by the Bears highlighted a week of high scoring

September 12, 1983 | Gary Smith
<b><i>In days of old he was Beautiful Harvey Martin of the Dallas Cowboys, but now the party's over.</i></b>

September 12, 1983
2, 3—Dan Nerney (right), Heinz Kluetmeier (2)4—John Iacono7, 8—Illustrations by Sam Q. Weissman10, 11—Paul Bereswill12, 13—John Iacono (bottom), Paul Bereswill (2)14, 15—Chuck Solomon (top left),...

September 12, 1983 | Compiled by Lisa Twyman
BOXING—DONALD CURRY retained his WBA welterweight title by beating Roger Stafford with a TKO at 1:42 of the first round in Marsala, Sicily.

September 12, 1983
JOHN ANDERSONHONOLULUAnderson, 80, a retired winery test consultant, set his 12th state masters age-group record when he swam the 1,500-meter freestyle in 39:22.62. Anderson holds the long-course...

September 12, 1983 | Edited by Alexander Wolff
SO WHO'S SHORTCHANGING WHOM?

September 12, 1983 | Edited by Alexander Wolff
•John Madden, CBS sportscaster, during a preseason game between the Cowboys and the Oilers: "From the waist down, Earl Campbell has the biggest legs I've ever seen on a running back."

September 12, 1983 | Edited by Gay Flood
COURAGESir:Your Aug. 29 issue, particularly the articles on Darryl Stingley learning how to live a new life (Where Am I? It Has to Be a Bad Dream), Henry Marsh running with pain (Above and Beyond...