CONTENTS

June 29, 1986

12 Word From The Sox: No Clemensy
Pitcher Roger Clemens led a clean sweep of the dread Yankees, and Boston fans had visions of a (gulp) pennant
by Peter Gammons

16 Bye-Bye Brazil, Vive La France
Goalie heroics put France into the World Cup's select final four along with Belgium, West Germany and Argentina
by Clive Gammon

18 Up And Out, Up And Away—And Upset
Carl Lewis was Olympian while winning the long jump and the 100 meters at the nationals, but he faded in the 200
by Kenny Moore

20 'The Crudest Thing Ever'
Such was the reaction to the death of basketball star Len Bias and revelations that cocaine caused the tragedy
by Jack McCallum

A SALUTE TO MISS LIBERTY

28 Haven Of Havens
New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty's home, has seen it all. At present it is being rediscovered and revitalized
by Robert H. Boyle

For more than a century, sports on these shores have been greatly influenced by the contributions of immigrants 52
by Frank Deford

A coach and four athletes who left foreign lands to pursue their dreams in America talk to SI's Anita Verschoth 56

Brant Jose Alyea Medina fled Nicaragua to play baseball in the U.S. and found his father, ex-major leaguer Brant Alyea 66
by Peter Gammons

DEPARTMENTS

9 Scorecard
76 Inside Baseball
83 For The Record
84 19th Hole

Cover photograph: Focus on Sports

PHOTOBILL EPPRIDGELEADING OFF
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)