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May 11, 1987 Table Of Contents

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Sideline

BATHTUB RACING CAN BE GOOD CLEAN FUN

By Michael McKinley

Reviews

AMAZING, THIS ISN'T

By Rick Reilly

Design

AFTER 30 HIGH-FLYING YEARS, THE FRISBEE STILL SOARS

By Mark Danna

Escapes

TAKE ME OUT TO THE BOARDWALK

By John Garrity

Kentucky Derby

THE SON SHINES BRIGHT

Alysheba, sired by the famed Alydar, nearly fell but still won the Derby

By William Nack

MORE BANG FOR MORE BUCKS

Tim Raines returned to the Expos and won his first two games with home runs

By Steve Wulf

Stanley Cup

THREE SEVENS ON ONE ROLL

The Flyers, the Red Wings and the Canadiens all won Stanley Cup series that went the limit

By E.M. Swift

Reggie

"We have a serious problem that isn't going away"

By Reggie Jackson

Michael Cooper

And...It's Super Sub!

When the Los Angeles Lakers need a lift, mild-mannered Michael Cooper turns into Cooperman and flies to the rescue

By Ralph Wiley

Crampton

Uh-oh! He's At It Again

Bruce Crampton, ornery as he ever was, is tearing up the senior golf circuit

By Douglas S. Looney

Inside

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

Volleyball

WITH OZZIE, IT WAS EASY

Ozzie Volstad led brash UCLA to yet another NCAA title

By Bruce Anderson

Tennis

TURNING PAIN INTO GAIN

Chris Evert has endured divorce and an injury, but life—and the wins—go on

By Dave Scheiber

Boxing

YOU READY, BOOM BOOM?

Hector Camacho beat Howard Davis and challenged Mancini

By Pat Putnam

Brian Spencer

The Case Against BRIAN SPENCER

One woman's testimony could mean a death sentence for a former hockey player accused of murder

By Pete Dexter

Nostalgia

Giant surprise for O.J.

A day with Willie Mays set Orenthal Simpson straight

By Dick Kleiner

Reminiscence

HOTFOOTING TO VICTORY

A schoolboy hurdler set a record with a blistering pace

By Giles Tippette

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week April 27-May 3

Compiled by Cathrine Wolf

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

TOO MUCH NFL TESTING

Checking out college players, pro teams have become pests

By Douglas S. Looney

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff