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September 02, 1985 | Volume 63, Issue 10

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Dwight Gooden Cover - Sports Illustrated September 02, 1985

September 02, 1985 | Craig Neff
Operating in a zone of his own, Dwight Gooden became the youngest 20-game winner in history

September 02, 1985 | E.M. Swift
Some 40 hours before Dr. K won his 20th, Joaquin Andujar, the St. Louis Cardinals' temperamental righthander, became the first 20-game winner of the season with a workmanlike 6-2 victory over...

September 02, 1985 | Barry McDermott
The U.S. narrowly beat Great Britain and Ireland in the biennial amateur competition, on a course that upstaged the golfers—rugged Pine Valley

September 02, 1985 | Kenny Moore
In Berlin and Zurich, world marks fell to Said Aouita in the 1,500 meters and Mary Decker Slaney in the mile

September 02, 1985 | Robert F. Jones
The furor over a sunken ship has shaken the French government, and Greenpeace's far-ranging activists fight on

September 02, 1985
Men, women and kids sail into a set-to with corporate opponents

September 02, 1985 | Robert L. Miller
Finding pictures for some SI stories can be a lot like looking for buried treasure, according to picture researcher/editor Sue Maynard. "Athletes are like anybody else," she says. "They have been...

September 02, 1985 | Jim Kaplan
White Sox shortstop Ozzie Guillen is a magician with his glove and bat

September 02, 1985 | Henry Hecht
In every game he has pitched this year, Toronto ace Dave Stieb has had to deal with a sore right elbow. Sometimes—like Saturday night in Chicago when he no-hit the White Sox for eight innings—he...

September 02, 1985 | Henry Hecht
Firing a 75-mph fastball, You-Yong Jung had a one-hitter Saturday as Seoul, South Korea beat Mexico's Mexicali team 7-1 to win the Little League World Series.

September 02, 1985 | Henry Hecht
LEE SMITH: The Cubs won four games and Smith had a save in each of them, giving him 28 for the season. In 5⅓ innings, he fanned five, walked two and gave up two hits and no earned runs.

September 02, 1985 | Pam Shriver

September 02, 1985 | Pam Shriver
Shriver describes a bittersweet Wimbledon and writes revealingly about Navratilova, Evert Lloyd and Austin.

September 02, 1985 | Jim Kaplan
There's a new powerhouse in college football. Perhaps you've heard of it: a church-affiliated school with a team of well-coached young men who have dominated their conference, won 24 games in a...

September 02, 1985 | Compiled by BAILEY BREENE
BASEBALL—Seoul, South Korea defeated Mexicali, Mexico 7-1 to win the Little League World Series, at Williamsport, Pa. The U.S. team, from Morristown, Term., lost in the semifinals. It was the...

September 02, 1985
CONNIE ROLISONMOUNT MORRIS, MICH.Connie, 18, set four unofficial national high school records during her four years as a softball player for Mount Morris High: as a pitcher, for most career (103)...

September 02, 1985
PETE ROSE'S QUESTSir:Thank you, Rick Reilly, for an excellent article (On Deck For The Big Knock, Aug. 19) about an excellent athlete. It not only points out just how difficult it is to reach the...

September 02, 1985 | Edited by Franz Lidz
FROM BIG MAC TO SIMAC

September 02, 1985 | Edited by Franz Lidz
•Marvin Davis, Denver oilman, after former Oakland A's owner Charlie Finley started a rumor that Davis had bought the team. "No self-respecting fish would allow himself to be wrapped in one of...