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May 16, 1988 Table Of Contents

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Sideline

TED WILLIAMS WOULD HAVE BEEN PROUD OF ME; THEN...

By Larry Colton

First Person

A CANYON, IT SEEMS, CAN LEAD TO PARADISE—OR TO GRIEF

By Robert Sullivan

Kentucky Derby

LADY'S DAY

Churchill Downs rocked as the filly Winning Colors rolled over 16 colts to triumph in the Kentucky Derby

By William Nack

THE A'S ACE OF AN ACE

With eight wins in as many starts, Dave Stewart has Oakland on top in the West

By Peter Gammons

NBA Playoffs

Air Jordan, Air Bulls

Michael Jordan soared, and some of his teammates even went aloft, too, as Chicago grounded Cleveland in the playoffs

By Jack McCallum

Devils-Bruins

THEATER OF THE ABSURD

When officials refused to work a Devils-Bruins playoff game, it was amateur hour in the NHL

By Austin Murphy

Gill Nets

A SEA OF CALAMITIES

Monofilament gill nets don't just catch fish; they damage marine life in an alarming way

By Clive Gammon

The Griffeys

Born to Be a Big Leaguer

The way 18-year-old Ken Griffey Jr. is hitting, he may become the first player ever to join his father in the major leagues

By Hank Hersch

Track

JUST KEEPING THE PACE

Records can wait as Butch Reynolds saves it for Seoul

By Jaime Diaz

Inside

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

DETROIT'S FROSTED FLAKE

By Franz Lidz

On The Scene

SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST

Aerobic athletes jumped and stretched to find the best

By June Rogoznica

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week May 2-8

Compiled by Morin Bishop

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

WHERE ARE YOU, JOHN?

A row, a lawsuit, a strike—and no NHL president in sight

By E.M. Swift

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf