It isn't very often that a family photo album turns up as a coffee-table book. But then the Unsers, the subject of Unser—An American Family Portrait (Anlon Press, $29.95), aren't your ordinary...
•Tubby Raymond, University of Delaware football coach, on the the fact that his team doesn't have a booster club: "Why should I organize my own lynch mob?"
Our man's midseason picks
The first half of '88 produced some players to remember (No. 1 on each list appears in photo)
July 18, 1988 | Hank Hersch
Unremitting effort won Phoebe Mills the all-around at the U.S. Championships
The U.S. water polo team avenged an '84 loss by submerging rugged Yugoslavia
July 18, 1988 | Donald J. Barr
Deputy picture editor Cathy Mather was looking for a clean-cut, athletic type to pose as Timothy F.X. Casey in photographs for senior writer Frank Deford's cover story Casey at the Bat (page 52),...
July 18, 1988 | Demmie Stathoplos
July 18, 1988 | Ernest L. Thayer
As it appeared in the San Francisco Examiner June 3, 1888.
July 18, 1988
LYME DISEASEThank you for the article on Lyme disease by Robert H. Boyle (Beware the Bug's Bite, June 20). The week I read the piece my nephew was diagnosed as having the disease. My family is...
July 18, 1988
KEN LENSEGRAVMEADOW, S.D.Lensegrav, a senior at Montana State, won the men's all-around title at the College National Finals Rodeo and led the Bobcats to the national crown. He finished first in...
ARENA FOOTBALL—Los Angeles abruptly ended Chicago's hopes for an undefeated season, as the Cobras' Matt Stevens completed 22 of 39 passes and threw for five TDs in a 48-20 win. L.A., which...
Bye-bye to compulsories, hello to more exciting skating