August 10, 1981 | Steve Wulf
Now that the strike is over, it's time to look back at the season past and ahead to the season to come. Weren't those divisional races exciting? Remember how the New York Yankees overtook the...
Cleveland and Atlanta open the season with Brian Sipe and Steve Bartkowski inspiring hopes of a meeting in January
August 10, 1981 | Jack McCallum
August 10, 1981 | Douglas S. Looney
Seeking soccer "Victory" over P.O.W.s, the Germans stop playing Mr. Nice Guy
August 10, 1981 | William Oscar Johnson
Sports television grapples with exciting possibilities in an uncertain tomorrow.
August 10, 1981 | Wilmer Ames
In densely populated urban centers a cable company may need only 1,000 feet of coaxial cable to reach 300 potential subscribers. But in rural areas like Allentown, N.J. (pop. 1,962), a company may...
August 10, 1981 | Joe Wing
There's no racetrack near my home on the North Shore of Long Island, but I've found endless possibilities for doing some handicapping—while watching birds. The Wing system of handicapping is a...
August 10, 1981
14, 15—Andy Hayt16, 17—Lane Stewart (top), Steve Goldstein (left), Andy Hayt18—Mickey Pfleger19—Mike Maple (left), Jerry Wachter24-26—Roy Hobson28—Andy Hayt30, 31—Paul Kennedy32—Graham Finlayson...
BASKETBALL—Kevin Magee's 31 points led the U.S. to a 93-87 victory over the U.S.S.R. and the gold medal at the World University Games in Bucharest.
August 10, 1981
MARCY SCHWAMSOUTH NYACK, N.Y.Schwam, 28, a construction worker, broke her women's world record by running 158 miles in 48 hours. At the same time she became the first woman ever to finish a...
August 10, 1981 | Edited by Gay Flood
TOM SEAVERSir:I read the enticing caption on your cover of Tom Seaver (July 27) and before I had even finished the trek from mailbox to house, I was halfway through the baseball "fix." You're...
August 10, 1981 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer