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14 Oh No, Not Again
Fired seven times as a manager, Billy Martin was brought back for a fourth term by the New York Yankees
by Steve Wulf

18 In A Hurry To Get To The Derby
Chief's Crown won the Blue Grass at near-record speed to stamp himself as the heavy favorite at Churchill Downs
by Demmie Stathoplos

20 A Grand Prize For A Lucky Loser
When the NBA's Sorry Seven cast lots on Mother's Day, one will come up a winner with the rights to Patrick Ewing
by Alexander Wolff

22 Red-Hot Jazz With The Fire-Sale Five
Utah's band of bargain-basement bruisemen knocked Houston's Rockets out of the playoffs with a Game 5 rally
by Alexander Wolff

30 Up And Down, Not Down and Out
Chicago seemed to have the Norris Division finals sewn up, but Minnesota stormed back Sunday to prolong the series
by E.M. Swift

36 Back On The Right Track
Thanks to hard work and a few answered prayers, things are looking up for the Red Sox' Dwight Evans and his family
by E.M. Swift

44 Up Where The Air Is Rare
Two-time World Cup champion Robby Naish, a free spirit on terra firma, really cuts loose when he's on a sailboard
by Sam Moses

70 While The Rest Of The World Sleeps...
...trainer D. Wayne Lukas, thoroughbred racing's top money winner, is up and about, tending to his stable of stars
by William Nack

9 Scorecard
54 Baseball
62 Golf
69 Squash
87 For The Record
89 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Manny Millan



LEADING OFF: Is it a seabird? Is it a seaplane? No, it's Robby Naish, the World Cup—winning windsurfer whose acrobatic high jinks over the waves off the coast of Hawaii regularly give new definition to the expression "high seas."