TABLE OF CONTENTS
July 29, 1985 | Volume 63, Issue 5
•Tommy Lasorda, Los Angeles Dodger manager: "To err is human, to forgive divine. I forget who said that, but I think it was Joey Amalfitano."
July 29, 1985 | Barry Mcdermott
A year after their collision in the Olympics, Mary Decker Slaney settled her score with Zola Budd
One look at the paintings that accompany the story on Bobby Fischer in this issue (page 70), and you might think that artist Greg Spalenka works in a dank dungeon and resembles Heathcliffe or...
July 29, 1985 | Jill Lieber
Pedaling behind a pace car, John Howard streaked to an awesome land speed record
Larry King, the versatile talk-show host, probes sports and a lot else
Traded at last, Buddy Bell wound up with his father's old ball club
The All-Star Game was just what the people who built the Metrodome deserved: a boring party with very dull guests. Goose Gossage called the crowd "50,000 mannequins." Said George Brett, "Playing...
As a punchless American League lost the All-Star Game last week, a man who might have provided some clout watched the game from his Newport Beach, Calif. home. If Reggie Jackson had a bad taste in...
TOM SEAVER: The 40-year-old White Sox righthander won the 298th game of his career with a 1-0, four-hit shutout of Cleveland. Seaver, left off the All-Star team, raised his season record to 10-7.
A son of the great Niatross won the Meadowlands Pace at a sizzling clip
July 29, 1985 | J. Austin Murphy
About 15 million Americans periodically shelve their running shoes to recover from such road-induced injuries as shin-splints, stress fractures and muscle tears and pulls. If you are among them,...
July 29, 1985 | William Nack
"It was not a celebrated event. It was an Olympic trial.... But no tickets were sold, and the community in which it was held...largely ignored it." So begins The Amateurs (William Morrow, $14.95),...
July 29, 1985 | Richard Phelan
The National Park Service moves its men around the country as briskly as some corporations do. In a 40-year career, a ranger may serve in eight or 10 national parks and monuments. But one ranger,...
July 29, 1985
CEDRIC LANDRUMSWEET WATER, ALA.Landrum, a University of North Alabama center-fielder, set a Gulf South Conference single-season record of 69 steals to end his career with 150. He also established...
July 29, 1985 | Compiled by BAILEY BREENE
BOWLING—DAVID OZIO won $16,000 and the Tucson Open title by defeating top-seeded Mike Durbin 198-153.
July 29, 1985
BORIS BECKERSir:Curry Kirkpatrick's story on Boris Becker (Das Wunderkind, July 15) was superb. The kid is only 17 years old, and he is very impressive. But I think Becker has one thing to think...