Weird disturbances didn't rain, they poured, on the Women's Open, and the Monday finish turned out to be exciting, too
July 21, 1986 | Ron Fimrite
July 21, 1986 | Hugh McIlvanney
July 21, 1986 | Dan Geringer
July 21, 1986 | Donald J. Barr
Hugh McIlvanney, who writes about British heavyweight boxers in this issue (page 26), is undeniably a heavyweight himself among British journalists. This year the 52-year-old Scot was voted...
Cruiserweight Evander Holyfield gilded his bronze medal with a WBA title
July 21, 1986 | Peter Gammons
THE FIRING SQUAD
Ted Turner's Goodwill Games are better than his coverage of them
The Americans were doing right well, so far, in the Tour de France
SHOWDOWN ON TESTING
•David Courtney, Los Angeles Kings public relations director, on why he's not preparing a highlights film during the off-season: "What we have is a highlights slide."
July 21, 1986 | Compiled by MORIN BISHOP
BOXING—EVANDER HOLYFIELD, 23, defeated Dwight Muhammad Qawi, 33, in a 15-round decision in Atlanta, to become the new WBA junior heavyweight champion and the first medalist from the 1984 Olympics...
July 21, 1986
ROSE WALSHPOMONA, CALIF.Walsh, a 60-year-old grandmother, bowled only the second 300 game in the history of the tournament en route to a 614 line during the 51,000-player Women's International...
July 21, 1986
HARBOR VIEWSSir:I found the June 30 issue particularly fascinating, primarily because of Robert Boyle's splendid piece on New York Harbor (Haven Of Havens).