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CONTENTS

Aug. 01, 1988
Aug. 01, 1988

Table of Contents
Aug. 1, 1988

Olympic Trials
Red Sox
Tony Dorsett
Davis Cup
Beach Volleyball
Cycling
The All-American
Point After

CONTENTS

HEART AND SEOUL 16
Carl Lewis and Florence Griffith Joyner were the biggest stars at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials
by Kenny Moore

This is an article from the Aug. 1, 1988 issue

RED HOT 24
The Boston Red Sox gave their new manager, Joe Morgan, 11 consecutive victories in his first 11 days
by Peter Gammons

HOW SWEDE IT IS! 34
Liselotte Neumann of Sweden swept to victory in the U.S. Women's Open for her first win in America
by Jaime Diaz

GOODBYE BIG D, HELLO DENVER 36
Denver hopes that newly acquired Tony Dorsett has enough left at 34 to cure its case of Super Bowl blues
by Paul Zimmerman

BACK FROM EXILE 40
After a year in tennis's bush leagues, America's Davis Cuppers regained winning form in Argentina
by Curry Kirkpatrick

BEACH BUMS NO MORE 54
The money has gotten very, very serious in beach volleyball, and so have some of the players—well, sort of
by Bruce Newman

REAL BOYS 68
The author unearths a jewel of yesteryear—and some real girls—at the 50th All-American Soap Box Derby
by Frank Deford

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 4
Scorecard 11
Cycling 60
Inside Baseball 62
For The Record 85
Point After 86

Cover Photograph by Damian Strohmeyer; Inset by Chuck Solomon

PHOTOGEORGE TIEDEMANNTHAT SPECIAL GLOW: This soaring moment in the pole vault epitomized the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials, which produced a 118-member team with a surprisingly golden aura about it (page 16).