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Aug. 14, 1989
Aug. 14, 1989

Table of Contents
Aug. 14, 1989

NL East
NL West
Michael Jordan
Veterans Games
Anthony Carter
An American Summer
On The Scene
Television
Point After

CONTENTS

TOE-TO-TOE 20

This is an article from the Aug. 14, 1989 issue

As National League East pennant contenders slugged it out, the Mets won three straight from the Expos
by Hank Hersch

In the Western Division, the Giants took the measure of the Astros, staying on top by winning two of three
by Steve Wulf

SINK, BLAST YOU! 36
The putts don't all drop for NBA superstar Michael Jordan, but he wants to compete on the PGA Tour someday
by E.M. Swift

ON TOP OF THE WORLD 40
Michigan U's Mike Barrowman broke the world record in the 200 breaststroke at the long course nationals
by Bruce Anderson

THE TIMES OF THEIR LIVES 44
Spirits soared and records fell as 4,950 hoary but hale athletes competed at the World Veterans' games
by Kenny Moore

REACHING FOR THE RING 48
If wideout Anthony Carter can get his sure hands on the ball, this could be the year of the Minnesota Vikings
by Ralph Wiley

COLLEGE OF CARDINALS 64
Rejoice, ye young men who would play for the St. Louis Cardinals. For ye shall learn at the feet of thy elders
by John Garrity

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 15
Inside Baseball 54
An American Summer 58
Television 87
For The Record 88
Point After 90

Cover Photograph by Jacqueline Duvoisin

PHOTOWALTER IOOSS JR.

BOOGIE DOWN

Talk about getting swept away by your sport. That's more or less what happened to this boogie-boarder when he challenged a giant wave at Sandy Beach in Oahu, Hawaii.