Publish date:

May 28, 1984 Table Of Contents

Author:
43407 - TOC Cover Image

Buy the Cover

Browse the Magazine

Footloose

IF YOU'RE PLANNING A TIBETAN TREK, BE ASSURED THAT IT'S NOT ALL YAKS

By Bud Collins

Drugs

Taking Steps To Solve The Drug Dilemma

Cocaine offenders Willie Wilson (left), Willie Aikens and Jerry Martin are back in action, but baseball still struggles with its most serious problem

By Jim Kaplan

'The Stuff I Did Was Enough To Kill You'

By Ivan Maisel

BACK HOME AGAIN IN INDIANA

Baseball

They'd be dyin' without Ryne

Ryne Sandberg's glove and bat have lifted the Cubs to their division lead

By Douglas S. Looney

INSIDE PITCH (Statistics through May 20)

By Henry Hecht

Pro Basketball

They're hooking and cooking

The Lakers led Phoenix 3-1 and were one game away from the NBA finals

By Anthony Cotton

Swimming

A pinch of T.L.C. for L.A.

Tiffany Lisa Cohen is America's Olympic distance freestyle hope

By Craig Neff

Basketball

The no-shows put on a show

At Olympic trials in France, the Soviets let L.A. know what it will miss

By Alexander Wolff

Billy Baxter

'LOOK UP AND HE'S GOT YOUR MONEY'

Gambler Billy Baxter, who won big when Miami toppled Nebraska, is also a fight manager who does road work—in his car

By John Underwood

On The Scene

SHEEPMEN ARE GOING TO THE DOGS IN AN EFFORT TO FIGHT OFF PREDATORS

By Richard Phelan

For The Record

A roundup of the week May 14-20

Compiled by Joy Duckett CAIN

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

The Masked Marvel Of The Racetrack

Gate Dancer, the colt who sports purple earmuffs, triumphed in the 109th Preakness at a record clip

By William Leggett

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD