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June 30, 1980 | Volume 53, Issue 1

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Roberto Duran Cover - Sports Illustrated June 30, 1980

June 30, 1980
Wimbledon's act one is a first-week diary of the world's most prestigious tennis tournament. Frank Deford chronicles the events, be they big upsets or offbeat doings, that occur on and around the...

June 30, 1980 | William Nack

June 30, 1980 | Philip G. Howlett
Because this issue contains the first salvo of our 1980 America's Cup coverage—Coles Phinizy's report on the American boats, beginning on page 28—we thought you might like to hear a little about...

June 30, 1980 | Kenny Moore

June 30, 1980 | Coles Phinizy

June 30, 1980 | William Oscar Johnson
Since it was the biggest prizefight payday in history for the participants, it is fitting that spectators paid the highest price ever—$10—to watch a single televised event at home. As it turned...

June 30, 1980 | Anthony Cotton
Everyone snickered when Ken Landreaux said he was as good a hitter as Rod, but to Minnesota's delight the outfielder has been backing up his words ever since

June 30, 1980 | Michael Baughman
"The Indians knew how to live," a standard male belief in the West goes. "The women did all the work, while the men hunted and fished and enjoyed themselves."

June 30, 1980 | Herm Weiskopf

June 30, 1980 | Herm Weiskopf
TOBY HARRAH: The Cleveland third baseman drove in seven runs during a 14-5 drubbing of Minnesota, doubled in the 15th to beat the Twins 4-3 and finished the week with 11 RBIs, two steals and a...

June 30, 1980 | Douglas S. Looney
Two of the top winners on the women's pro tour happen to be named P. Costello

June 30, 1980 | Frank Deford

June 30, 1980
2—Tony Triolo14, 15—Manny Millan16—Tony Triolo17—Manny Millan18, 19—Neil Leifer-TIME20—Manny Millan21—John Iacono22, 23—(top row) Andy Hayt, (bottom row) Andy Hayt (center), Rich Clarkson (2)28,...

June 30, 1980
COLLEEN LANEMAPLE CITY, MICH.Colleen, a senior at Glen Lake High School, had an 18-1-1 pitching record in leading the Lakers to the Class D girls' regional softball playoffs. She had an 0.37 ERA,...

June 30, 1980 | Compiled by BROOKS CLARK
BOWLING—TOM BAKER won his first PBA title with a 213-182 victory over Tommy Hudson in the $80,000 Northern California Open in Fremont.

June 30, 1980
FOR THE BIRDSSir:I must object to the way William Nack characterized Whitey Herzog's Cardinals (They've Committed Cardinal Sins, June 16). As a longtime St. Louis admirer, I will let you in on the...

June 30, 1980 | Edited by Steve Wulf

June 30, 1980 | Edited by Steve Wulf
•Minnesota Manager Gene Mauch on why he let starting Pitcher Pete Redfern struggle for more than four innings before yanking him: "I was afraid I might strangle him if I had him in the dugout."