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Pictures of the Year

Dec. 22, 1986
Dec. 22, 1986

Table of Contents
Dec. 22, 1986

Lakers-Celtics
The Battle
The Battle For No. 1
The Battle For No.1
Sportsman Of The Year
The Mounts
South America
Pictures Of The Year
Pro Football
Television
Boxing
Point After

Pictures of the Year

Jesse Orosco made the final toss in a wondrous World Series.

This is an article from the Dec. 22, 1986 issue Original Layout

New Year's wish: That all hockey fighting be done inside nets.

Mike Tyson entertained Marvis Frazier with a little punch.

Even in defeat, Chris Evert Lloyd was a true champion.

The Rams' Eric Dickerson (29) did some heads-down running.

Hurricanes leveled Sooners; Miami's Mike Irvin scored twice.

The Tour de France left Greg LeMond, for one, uncowed.

Argentina's Diego Maradona was the hero of the World Cup.

Mourning the Browns' Don Rogers, another victim of cocaine.

Life's a ball in Appleton, Wis., for young Cory Wehrman.

He won his sixth Masters and could hardly believe it himself.

Who is it? Who else but the 46-year-old Jack Nicklaus.

Will Steger's expedition reached the North Pole unaided.

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