VERY BRITISH OPEN 18
Nick Faldo, England's hope and frustration, won the auld title when America's young Paul Azinger faded
by Rick Reilly

A MURDERERS' ROW OF ONE 24
The Yankees' Don Mattingly equaled a doughty old record by hitting home runs in eight straight games
by Craig Neff

THE DEATH OF AN ATHLETE 26
Tom Waddell, 49, was a doctor, a soldier, an activist and an AIDS victim, and truly a man of Olympian spirit
by Dick Schaap

LOUD LEFT FROM A QUIET CHAMP 34
Junior middleweight titleholder Mike McCallum knocked out Donald Curry; now he may get some attention
by Pat Putnam

A NEW SET OF TWINS 36
Improved pitching and defense have been added to Minnesota's traditional long-ball game. Result: first place
by Austin Murphy

QUEEN OF THE SURF 60
Frieda Zamba has come off Florida's diminutive waves to win three consecutive world championships
by Dan Geringer

THE PIT BULL: FRIEND AND KILLER 72
Is the pit bull simply a fine animal, as its admirers staunchly claim, or is it a vicious dog, basically unfit for society?
by E.M. Swift

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 13
Inside Baseball 64
Harness Racing 69
Radio 91
For The Record 92
Point After 94

Cover photograph by Phil Huber; Inset by Jerry Wachter

PHOTOSIMON BRUTY/ALLSPORTSCOTTISH RITE: When it comes to golf, nothing can dampen the Scots' ardor, so when rains swept the British Open Saturday, these bleacher hearties opened their brollies and then held fast (page 18).

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)