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May 29, 1989 Table Of Contents

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First Person

SPORTS TV CAN GET YOU HOOKED ON HOOKUPS

By Penny Ward Moser

Escape

FISHING FOR TROUT THE FRENCH WAY

By Robert H. Boyle

NCAA Probe

DODGING A BULLET

Kentucky could have received the death penalty for basketball misdeeds; by cooperating, the Wildcats stayed their execution

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Oakland A's

THE A'S FIND WAYS

Even without its best player, Oakland has put up the best record in the majors

By E.M. Swift

Ben McDonald

Time For BIG BEN

Adversity turned LSU's Ben McDonald into a keen competitor—and this year's probable No. 1 pick

By Hank Hersch

Inside

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

THIS JOB'S A GAS

By Franz Lidz

Golf

GETTING REALLY MAD AND GOOD

Nancy Lopez lost her cool, then went on and won her third LPGA Championship

By George Sweda

Whales

O RARE LEVIATHAN

Timid human, endangered Oceanic mammal—who was watching whom? While working with researchers under a National Marine Fisheries Service permit, the author was approached by a humpback whale off Hawaii

By Kenny Moore

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week May 15-21

Compiled by Richard O'Brien

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

YEARNING FOR HOWARD

Without Cosell, sportscasting is strictly E-Z listening

By Franz Lidz

Departments

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff

NOSE TO NOSE

In a jewel of a duel at the Preaknessy, Sunday Silence beat Easy Goer by a snout

By Demmie Stathoplos

A REAL BULLS MARKET

Chicago's stock surged anew as it opened yet another series with a win on the road

By Jack McCallum

DINGDONG CUP CLASH

Evenly matched Calgary and Montreal scrapped to two wins apiece in the NHL finals

By Austin Murphy