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July 02, 1990 | Volume 73, Issue 1

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Marvin Hagler Cover - Sports Illustrated July 02, 1990

July 02, 1990 | Edited by Craig Neff

July 02, 1990 | Edited by Craig Neff
•Roger Craig, San Francisco Giants manager, extolling the determination of paunchy pitcher Don Robinson: "His heart is as big as his stomach."

July 02, 1990 | Leigh Montville

July 02, 1990 | Steve Wulf
Hale Irwin followed up his U.S. Open win with a victory at Westchester

July 02, 1990 | Clive Gammon
Cameroon's Roger Milla chewed up Colombia to keep a dream alive

July 02, 1990 | Shelley Smith
Criminal Type daringly made off with the Hollywood Gold Cup

July 02, 1990 | Shelley Smith

July 02, 1990
DRESSED TO KILL (CONT.)T.S. Eliot in his play The Cocktail Party said that "half of the harm that is done in this world is due to people who want to feel important." Nowhere is this better...

July 02, 1990 | Rick Telander
Marvelous Marvin Hagler has found contentment as, of all things, an actor in Italy

July 02, 1990 | E.M. Swift

July 02, 1990 | Jonn Garrity

July 02, 1990 | Jonn Garrity
Name: John Garrity

July 02, 1990 | Steve Wulf
The National League owes both Troy and Worcester

July 02, 1990 | Rick Reilly

July 02, 1990 | Tim Kurkjian

July 02, 1990 | Tim Kurkjian
A TALE OF TWO CITIESBraves catcher Greg Olson is having an identity crisis. He is constantly getting letters intended for Oriole pitcher Gregg Olson. "How in the world can someone write a letter...

July 02, 1990 | James E. Reynolds
The color barrier in Georgia baseball was dented when a 12-year-old stepped up to hit

July 02, 1990 | Compiled by Tim Crothers
BOWLING—HUGH MILLER beat Joe Salvemini 191-184 to win a PBA event and $18,000 in Fresno, Calif.

July 02, 1990
EILEEN SCHMIDTBARTO, PA.Eileen, a recent graduate of Central Catholic High, set a state high school career record by pitching her 17th no-hitter, in a 6-0 Softball victory over Wyalusing High. She...

July 02, 1990 | Hugh Delehanty
The U.S. needs expertise in hosting the World Cup

July 02, 1990 | Lisa Twyman Bessone
Pronounced dead in '85, Jim MacLaren is today a leading triathlete