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July 22, 1991 | Volume 75, Issue 4

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated July 22, 1991

July 22, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian
The world champion Cincinnati Reds' slide from the heights continued as the Pittsburgh Pirates rudely swept them at home

July 22, 1991 | John Garrity
Meg Mallon beat the heat and won a tense U.S. Open for her second major title in a row

July 22, 1991 | Peter King
As training camp opened in Philly, quarterback Randall Cunningham started mending fences with his once resentful teammates

July 22, 1991 | Richard O'Brien

July 22, 1991 | Kenny Moore
That Ben Johnson is not the runner he was on steroids is clear to everyone but Ben Johnson

July 22, 1991 | William Nack

July 22, 1991
The U.S. OpenRick Reilly's comments about what a terrible course Hazeltine is (Payne Free at Last, June 24) made me wonder whether he was watching the 1970 Open, which was also held at Hazeltine....

July 22, 1991 | William Oscar Johnson

July 22, 1991 | Ron Fimrite

July 22, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian

July 22, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian
A Method to His Madness

July 22, 1991 | Franz Lidz
'Tis the Orioles' Jon Miller, the bard of baseball's play-by-play men

July 22, 1991 | Rick Reilly
Red Sox slugger Jack Clark looks back in anger

July 22, 1991 | Richard Hoffer
Siblings Brent and Chris Frohoff follow the sun on the professional beach volleyball and surfing circuits

July 22, 1991 | Edited by Michael Jaffe
UnveiledBy Ilaria Tocchini at the Italian Swimming Championships in Pesaro, the first "bikini" worn in an internationally sanctioned competition. Tocchini, who caused a slight commotion when she...

July 22, 1991

July 22, 1991 | Rick Telander
A dad's joy over his kids' swimming is tempered by thoughts of the many children kept from play

July 22, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf

July 22, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
[Thumb Up]To the World League of American Football, which will no longer charge NFL and Canadian Football League teams a fee for signing players, thus giving more prospects a chance at advancement.

July 22, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
A.J. Van Slyke, seven-year-old son of Pittsburgh Pirate outfielder Andy Van Slyke, advising his father on how to get out of his batting slump: "Maybe you can talk the other team into throwing to...

July 22, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
The 120th British Open begins this week at Royal Birkdale in England. With that in mind, we present 10 selections from that most British of authors—and most passionate of golfers—P.G. Wodehouse.

July 22, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Our Aug. 1, 1966, cover featured Rich Clarkson 's photo of Jim Ryun breaking the world record in the mile. Inside the issue were some pictures taken by the 19-year-old Ryun, a summer intern for...

July 22, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Baltimore Oriole pitchers Bob Milacki, Mike Flanagan, Mark Williamson and Gregg Olson combined for a no-hitter last Saturday to beat the Oakland A's 2-0. While they have cause to celebrate, they...