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August 23, 1982 | Craig Neff
While controversy raged over referees, politics, even religion, at the World Wrestling Championships, a quiet American won the only U.S. gold
April 06, 1981 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE NCAAsSir:Curry Kirkpatrick's article Hey, You'd Be Hog Wild, Too (March 23) was probably the best I've read in SI in a long time. And Peter Read Miller's cover picture was great. It totally captured the moment of...
March 05, 1979
PRO BASKETBALL—Seattle was 2-0 this season against Atlantic Division leader Washington until last week, when the Bullets evened the series. Led by Elvin Hayes, who scored a total of 65 points, Washington upended the...
February 14, 1977 | Peter Gammons
...hammer in the evening, or so L.A. owner Jack Kent Cooke thought when he acquired Dave (Hammer) Schultz. But Schultz wants to make like a real player
October 11, 1976
BOXING—MUHAMMAD ALI retained his heavyweight crown with a 15-round decision over Ken Norton at Yankee Stadium (page 36). Three days later, in Istanbul, Ali announced his retirement.