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CONTENTS

July 31, 1989
July 31, 1989

Table of Contents
July 31, 1989

Tour De France
British Open
Montreal Expos
An American Summer
Will Steger
Track & Field
Tennis
KOKERNOT FIELD
Books
Point After

CONTENTS

VIVE LEMOND! 12
In a gutty final-day effort, Greg LeMond of the U.S. came from 50 seconds behind to win the Tour de France
by Franz Lidz

This is an article from the July 31, 1989 issue

THE BEATINGS GO ON 18
Mike Tyson-quickly knocked out another hapless victim, and now a megabuck battle is in the champ's future
by Pat Putnam

HIGH NOON AT TROON 20
Mark Calcavecchia outdueled Greg Norman and Wayne Grady in a playoff to prevail in a torrid British Open
by Rick Reilly

A TEAM THAT'S HARD TO TOP 28
Things are looking up for the division-leading Expos, their balky Olympic Stadium top notwithstanding
by Peter Gammons

A VACATION FROM A VACATION 32
After driving 3,000 miles, the travelers decided to take a break in a fun-filled town in western South Dakota
by Jack McCallum

THE ICEMAN COMETH 40
Will Steger led a historic expedition to the North Pole in 1986. Now he is off on a dogsled trek across Antarctica
by Robert Sullivan

BEST LITTLE BALLPARK ANYWHERE 58
Travel with us to Kokernot Field, where small-town baseball has been elevated to a work of fine art
by Nicholas Dawidoff

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 4
Scorecard 7
Inside Baseball 48
Track & Field 55
Tennis 56
For The Record 74
Point After 76

Cover Photograph by J.Y. Ruszniewski/AGENCE TEMPSPORT

PHOTOMANNY MILLANGUESS WHO?: Heavyweight champ Mike Tyson again had a shockingly easy fight, against Carl Williams, but, as usual, there was one guy who nonetheless found the bout hair-raising (page 18).