June 28, 1982
June 28, 1982

Table of Contents
June 28, 1982

U.S. Open
Dick Williams
The Barbarians


14 A 1,000 to 1 Shot
That's how runner-up Jack Nicklaus rated the chip-in that won the U.S. Open for Tom Watson at Pebble Beach's 17th hole
by Dan Jenkins

This is an article from the June 28, 1982 issue Original Layout

20 A Pair of Hands-Up Winners
Carl Lewis' double double in the 100 meters and long jump and a share of a U.S. mark by pole vaulter Dan Ripley justified jubilation
by Craig Neff

22 The Padres' Persnickety Papa
Manager Dick Williams' obsession with execution and teamwork has made San Diego a surprise contender in the NL West
by Jim Kaplan

30 Honin' the Barbarians
Twins David and Peter Paul make a lot of primitive noises and do some uncivilized things while building humongous bodies
by Bob Ottum

64 Streams of Contentiousness
Missouri's Jacks Fork and Current rivers are the best for just messing about in boats, but one man's messing is another's mess
by Bil Gilbert

The Departments

Scorecard 9
Baseball 46
Squash 52
Crew 58
For the Record 83
19th Hole 84

Credits on page 83

Cover photograph by Richard Mackson