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CONTENTS

June 30, 1980
June 30, 1980

Table of Contents
June 30, 1980

Right On
Olympic Trials
Long Shot
TV/Radio
Baseball
Bowling
Weaver
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CONTENTS

Right On for Roberto 14
Implacable and relentless in pursuit of Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran bruised his way to the welterweight title
by William Nack

This is an article from the June 30, 1980 issue Original Layout

The Agony and Ecstasy 22
When an injury forced Jane Frederick out of the pentathlon at the Olympic Trials, Jodi Anderson came up the happy winner
by Kenny Moore

Long Shot at the Cup 28
Into the deepest of yachting waters plunges young Russell Long, who is boldly bidding to defend the America's Cup
by Coles Phinizy

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weaver 50
They're just a typical suburban couple, with a house, a pool, a vegetable garden and—oh yes—the Baltimore Orioles
by Frank Deford

The Departments

Scorecard 9
TV Radio 34
Baseball 39
Bowling 46
For the Record 67
19th Hole 68

Credits on page 67

Cover photograph by Manny Millar

Next Week

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 historic grounds of the All England Club.

The road to Moscow may have been blockaded, but the Olympic Track and Field Trials continue in Eugene, Ore. nonetheless. Kenny Moore and Joe Marshall report on the achievements of the athletes who would have been seeking gold if...