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CONTENTS

June 27, 1983
June 27, 1983

Table of Contents
June 27, 1983

Duran-Moore
U.S. Open
Carl Lewis
Chris Campbell
Baseball
Pro Basketball
The Bassetts
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CONTENTS

22 He That Was Lost Has Been Found
In beating Davey Moore, Roberto Duran won his third title and, more notably, reestablished his good name
by William Nack

This is an article from the June 27, 1983 issue

28 Nelson Was Tougher Than the Iron Men
While Larry Nelson tore apart the U.S. Open with two torrid rounds, stronger golfers found the going rough
by Dan Jenkins

32 Fabulous Triple
Sprinter-long jumper Carl Lewis became the first three-way winner in nearly 100 years at the U.S. championships
by Kenny Moore

40 Those Who Came After
The '46 season brimmed with hope for blacks who followed Jackie Robinson. Conclusion of a two-part series
by Jules Tygiel

60 Campbell Is M'm! M'm! Good!
The 1981 world 180.5-pound wrestling champ, Chris Campbell, plans to put his 1984 Olympic opponents in the soup
by Craig Neff

84 Here's Carling, Her Daddy's Darling
John Bassett owns the USFL Bandits, but he finds the success of his tennis star daughter more rewarding
by Barry McDermott

DEPARTMENTS

Scorecard 17
Baseball 68
Soccer 76
Pro Basketball 82
For the Record 105
19th Hole 106

Cover photograph by Tony Triolo

Credits on page 105