June 27, 1988 | Rick Reilly
Ever since Francis Ouimet topped his first drive at the 1913 U.S. Open, winning the national championship at The Country Club has required a long, rocky climb to the bright yellow clubhouse. While...
June 27, 1988 | Jack McCallum
The McLaren-Hondas of Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost finished one-two in Detroit
June 27, 1988 | Franz Lidz
June 27, 1988 | Edited by Gay Flood
CHANGING SOXI was puzzled to read that Chicago White Sox co-owner Jerry Reinsdorf gave copies of my book, The Dodgers Move West, to Illinois Governor James Thompson and Chicago's late Mayor Harold...
After a soap-opera prelude, Mike Tyson and Michael Spinks meet at last
June 27, 1988 | Clive Gammon
WANTED: A FEW GOOD MANAGERS
HITTING A HIGH NOTE
So far this year, six pitchers have gone into the ninth inning of a game with a shot at the 200th big league no-hitter of the modem era. But such flirtations with fame should occur less often in...
ABC improved at Brookline, but Brent Musburger's ego showed in the NBA finals
A license law has Ireland's trout fishermen up in arms
June 27, 1988 | Kevin Cook
June 27, 1988 | Jenny Kellner
Joe Norwood, 96, has helped generations of golfers
June 27, 1988 | Compiled by Jay Jennings
ARCHERY—At the U.S. Olympic Trials in Oxford, Ohio, JAY BARRS of Mesa, Ariz., finished first in the men's division, and DENISE PARKER of South Jordan, Utah, won the women's competition. Also...
June 27, 1988
SONYA MINGWICKLIFFE, OHIOMing, 22, a recent graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College who competed in sprinting and jumping events while there, won the heptathlon at the NCAA Division III track and...
Charlie Krueger gave the 49ers more than they deserved
GOOD AS GOLD
•Willie Pep, former featherweight champion, on reports of his death: "Naw, I'm not dead. I ain't even been out of the house."