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June 30, 1986 | Volume 64, Issue 26

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Len Bias Cover - Sports Illustrated June 30, 1986

June 30, 1986 | Peter Gammons
Pitcher Roger Clemens led a sweep of the dread Yankees as Boston's fans had visions of (gulp) a pennant

June 30, 1986 | Clive Gammon
Goalie heroics put France, with West Germany, Argentina and Belgium, in the World Cup semis

June 30, 1986 | Kenny Moore
Carl Lewis won the long jump and the 100 at the nationals, but then he faltered in the 200

June 30, 1986 | Jack McCallum

June 30, 1986
The Statue of Liberty, whose 100th birthday the nation will be celebrating next week, stands both as the symbol of the aspiring immigrant's American quest and, not coincidentally, as the very...

June 30, 1986 | Robert H. Boyle

June 30, 1986 | Donald J. Barr
When Bob Ottum realized that he was too ill ever again to hike or bike in the mountains surrounding his Salt Lake City home, his reaction was entirely predictable and proper to those of us who...

June 30, 1986 | Frank Deford

June 30, 1986 | Frank Deford
1) PATRICK EWING2) BOBBY THOMSON3) ERNIE STAUTNER4) ABE SAPERSTEIN5) MAURICE PODOLOFF6) HARRY WRIGHT7) STAN MIKITA8) GENE MAKO9) ALEX (THE CHIEF) OLMEDO10) SIDNEY MAREE11) KNUTE ROCKNE12) ROLANDO...

June 30, 1986 | Anita Verschoth

June 30, 1986 | Jeremiah Tax
If your choice for fun in a hammock on a summer's day includes private-eye thrillers, here are four recommendations, with certain reservations. Actually there is only one genuine Eye among the...

June 30, 1986 | Peter Gammons

June 30, 1986 | Peter Gammons

June 30, 1986 | Peter Gammons
COMPANY MENTwelve players with at least 10 full major league seasons have spent their entire pro careers with one organization: George Brett, Dennis Leonard and Frank White of the Royals; Dwight...

June 30, 1986 | Bruce Anderson
Before Don Sutton even left the dugout for the ninth inning last Wednesday night, the Anaheim Stadium crowd of 37,044 was on its feet, clapping and cheering in a ground swell of support. The Angel...

June 30, 1986 | Noel Hynd
"A single that goes through to the outfield should score any man from second base," Connie Mack once explained. "But that doesn't go when we play Boston. At Fenway, it takes a double to bring a...

June 30, 1986 | Compiled by DUNCAN BRANTLEY
PRO BASKETBALL—In the NBA draft, North Carolina 7-foot center Brad Daugherty, as expected, was the first selection, but after a surprising 11th-hour trade, it was Cleveland, not Philadelphia, that...

June 30, 1986
JOE DILLERLos ANGELESDiller, a San Diego State sophomore with a 209 average, bowled 825 and 802 series at Leisure Lanes in San Diego's Ivy League. He became the first person in that city's history...

June 30, 1986 | Edited by Gay Flood
PRESSURESSir:I read with particular interest the article by Richard Demak about Kathy Ormsby's apparent suicide attempt ("And Then She Just Disappeared," June 16). As a high school athlete (I was...

June 30, 1986 | Edited by Craig Neff
SUPER BOWL SCALPING

June 30, 1986 | Edited by Craig Neff
•Jack Nicklaus II, amateur golfer, reflecting on the crowds that follow him around the course because of his famous name: "It's nice to have people watching. They help me find my ball sometimes."