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CONTENTS

Sept. 02, 1985
Sept. 02, 1985

Table of Contents
Sept. 2, 1985

Dwight Gooden
European Track
Baseball

CONTENTS

14 Awesome And Then Some
Operating in a zone of his own, Dwight Gooden of the Mets became the youngest 20-game winner ever in the majors
by Craig Neff

This is an article from the Sept. 2, 1985 issue Original Layout

20 A Walker Cup On The Wild Side
The U.S. narrowly won the biennial amateur competition on a course so rugged as to upstage the golfers—Pine Valley
by Barry McDermott

22 Banner Week In The Record Business
In Berlin and Zurich, world marks fell to Said Aouita of Morocco in the 1,500 and Mary Decker Slaney in the mile
by Kenny Moore

28 The Greenpeace Affair
The furor over a sunken 'Peace ship has shaken the French government, and far-ranging members of the group fight on
by Robert F. Jones

38 Who are the Greenpeacers? One answer: A group of U.S. activists who sailed into set-tos with corporate opponents

46 I'll Tell You About Tennis
In a penetrating journal, one of the world's leading players writes about the vicissitudes of life on the women's tour
by Pam Shriver with Frank Deford

DEPARTMENTS

9 Scorecard
42 Baseball
63 For the Record
66 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Ronald C. Modra

PHOTOCHUCK SOLOMONLEADING OFF: The Mets' free-swinging George Foster usually gives pitchers all they can handle, but for this effort the other day he wound up with the short end of the stick.