July 16, 1984
July 16, 1984

Table of Contents
July 16, 1984

Olympic Box-Off
The Indians
Schultz Brothers
Pro Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


10 Talk about Strokes of Genius
With a formidable display of shotmaking, John McEnroe and Martina Navratilova retained their Wimbledon crowns
by Frank Deford

This is an article from the July 16, 1984 issue Original Layout

18 Their Fists Did All the Talking
It's on to the Olympic Games for 12 U.S. fighters, including three who atoned for defeats in the trials last month
by Pat Putnam

26 The Temple of Doom
Ghosts of the glory years still haunt Cleveland Stadium, but it's been three decades since the Indians frightened anyone
by Steve Wulf

32 Brothers and Brawlers
U.S. Olympic team wrestlers Dave and Mark Schultz aren't afraid to shed each other's blood training for the Games
by Craig Neff

54 Still Carrying the Torch
Juan Antonio Samaranch, president of the International Olympic Committee, is a man trying to do an impossible job
by Clive Gammon


7 Scorecard
42 Diving
44 Pro Football
46 Baseball
53 TV/Radio
69 For the Record
70 19th Hole

Credits on page 69

Cover photograph by Steve Powell

PHOTOLEADING OFF: Ron Meyer was no piker at the Olympic diving trials in Indianapolis. He gave his all—here while doing a pike-position dive off the springboard—but ended up as blue as the water in the pool when he finished 10th off the board and seventh off the platform and failed to make the team.