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August 25, 1980 | Volume 53, Issue 9

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Al Bumbry Cover - Sports Illustrated August 25, 1980

August 25, 1980 | Steve Wulf

August 25, 1980 | Dan Levin
The spray really flew at the American Windsurfer Championships as the brisk breeze nearly blew the feathers off old Buzzard's Bay

August 25, 1980 | Jack McCallum

August 25, 1980
College Football is at hand, and SI assesses the nation's Top 20 teams, plus five sleepers to watch, and the small colleges. A small hint: the No. 1 team doesn't begin with the letter A. Douglas...

August 25, 1980
The desert sun beats down on the alabaster landscape of White Sands National Monument, 230 square miles of gypsum dunes in southern New Mexico. Hot? Oh, brother. Unbearable? Not at all. The...

August 25, 1980 | Jule Campbell
It may be one's reaction to the materialism of present times, it may derive from ancient memory of a nomadic past, but a tent has an aura of freedom and adventure that appeals to many. Where...

August 25, 1980 | Curry Kirkpatrick

August 25, 1980 | Ron Fimrite
Dodger lefthander Jerry Reuss was rusting in the bullpen when the season began, but now he's cruising along in high style, with a no-hitter, 14 victories and a sparkling 2.18 ERA

August 25, 1980 | Kathy Andria

August 25, 1980 | Kathy Andria
TONY PEREZ: The Boston first baseman drove in all seven runs in two wins—nine for the week—and hit .520, with four homers, a double and a triple. He had 20 home runs and was second in the league...

August 25, 1980 | Sam Posey

August 25, 1980 | Bil Gilbert
A few miles south of Gettysburg, Pa., near the town's National Military Park, there stands the remains of an awful example of Tourist Trap Tacky architecture. It had been a shopping mall-amusement...

August 25, 1980
10, 11—Manny Millan12, 13—Dan Baliotti18—Carl Skalak19—Carl Skalak (top), George Tiedemann20—George Tiedemann30, 31—Russ Adams (left), Ken Regan-Camera 532—Bill Eppridge37—John Iacono44—Andy...

August 25, 1980 | Compiled by ROY S. JOHNSON
PRO FOOTBALL—Los Angeles reached the Super Bowl for the first time ever last season, but the Rams are fizzling in Anaheim halfway through the 1980 preseason. New England Quarterback Matt...

August 25, 1980
LARRY KNIGHTCHATTANOOGALarry, a June graduate of Lookout Valley High, had a three-year pitching record of 34-5, 470 strikeouts in 217⅔ innings, four no-hitters, including a perfect game, and 13...

August 25, 1980 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE OLYMPICSSir:Congratulations on the magnificent photographs of the Moscow Olympics. I was especially thrilled with the pole-vault sequence in the Aug. 11 issue (How's This, Mrs. Mullory?)....

August 25, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

August 25, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Johnny Unitas, shrugging off news that Oakland Quarterback Dan Pastorini had demonstrated his throwing prowess by heaving a football from a hotel parking lot to a sixth-floor balcony: "His...