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THE GOODWILL GAMES

Youth wasn't served as the U.S. basketball team lost the gold medal game to the more experienced Yugoslavs
BY SHELLEY SMITH

America's women gymnasts were on the beam, but that wasn't enough to beat the Soviets in the team event
BY KENNY MOORE

In a wrestling meet that featured a passel of world champs, the U.S. scored a rare upset over the Soviet Union
BY RICHARD O'BRIEN

Two dynamite American duos—in the decathlon and in the 100—shone in the track and field competition
BY MERRELL NODEN

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LESS CAN BE MORE
Michael Carbajal won the IBF light flyweight title in a fast and furious bout before a hometown crowd in Phoenix
BY RICHARD HOFFER

38
SAN DIEGO HITS A SOUR NOTE
Roseanne Barr's rotten rendition of the national anthem is not all the Padres have to be embarrassed about
BY TIM KURKJIAN

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AN ILLUSTRIOUS PASTIME
An array of baseball cover illustrations from the old weekly "Saturday Evening Post" shows the way we were

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BORN TO BE A QUARTERBACK
Schooled early in football fundamentals, young Joe Montana showed he was a gifted passer. First of two parts
BY PAUL ZIMMERMAN

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

13
SCORECARD

58
BASEBALL

81
FOR THE RECORD

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POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY ALBERT WATSON

PHOTODAVID E. KLUTHOTHE WINNER, HANDS UP: PattiSue Plumer of the U.S. had good reason to exult as she beat Yelena Romanova (118) of the U.S.S.R. with a time of 8:51.59 in the Goodwill Games' women's 3,000 meters (page 18).
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Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
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