June 15, 1981
June 15, 1981

Table of Contents
June 15, 1981

French Open
NCAA Track & Field
Hans Kraus
Lee Trevino
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


The Result Wasn't Pleasant 18
Surprising Summing won the Belmont, edging a sharp Highland Blade by a neck as favored Pleasant Colony finished third
by William Nack

This is an article from the June 15, 1981 issue

How's This for a Feat of Clay? 22
Fit as ever despite rumors during his absence from competition, Bjorn Borg hit pay dirt at the French Open
by Curry Kirkpatrick

Another Major for UTEP's Miners 26
Carl Lewis of Houston won a historic double, but the El Paso onslaught won a third straight NCAA outdoor track-and-field title
by Craig Neff

Spray 'Em, Play 'Em 34
Getting an injured athlete back on his feet in a hurry, within reason, is the essence of Dr. Hans Kraus' technique
by William Oscar Johnson

A Peck of Pounds 64
Though Dave Peck looks like easy pick ins, he's no joke on a racquet ball court, as a No. 2 rating attests
by Jim Kaplan

The Unseen Side of Lee Trevino 74
Away from the course you find a Super Mex you never knew: a loner, a man apart—by his own choice—from other stars
by Barry McDermott

The Departments

Scorecard 13
Baseball 55
TV/Radio 62
Racquetball 64
Soccer 68
For the Record 93
19th Hole 94

Credits on page 93

Cover photograph by Russ Adams