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May 21, 1990 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

A WORLD CUP TO REMEMBER: THE DAY THE U.S. BEAT ENGLAND

By Clive Gammon

NBA Playoffs

THUMP GO THE 76ERS

That dull noise was once-brash Philly falling behind 3-1 to Michael Jordan and the Bulls

By Jack McCallum

Suns-Lakers

DYNASTY ON THE EDGE

Unlikely heroes helped the upstart Suns push the Lakers to the brink of extinction

By Richard Hoffer

Pirates

JUST LIKE OLD TIMES

Off to their best start in 13 years, the Pirates are evoking memories of, dare it be said, 1960

By Hank Hersch

Cycling

LESSON FROM A PRO

An amateur led the Tour de Whozit until Raul Alcala played his trump

By Alexander Wolff

THE CONFUSION OF DIFFUSION

A rule designed to slow down older Indy Cars almost turned 500 qualifying into a flying circus

By Sam Moses

Craig Janney

HANDS ON

Craig Janney's nifty stickhandling and passing helped put Boston in the Stanley Cup finals

By Leigh Montville

John Tudor

HOW LONG CAN IT LAST?

In a career riddled by injuries, pitcher John Tudor has survived and thrived on guts and guile. But his fast start this year for St. Louis, he says, may be only an illusion

By Peter Gammons

Mike Tyson

ALL THE KING'S MEN

Putting Mike Tyson together again is the goal of Don King & Co.

By Richard Hoffer

Inside

BASEBALL

By Tim Kurkjian

McCormack

THE MOST POWERFUL MAN IN SPORTS

Mark McCormack, founder and CEO of International Management Group, rules his empire as both agent and impresario

By E.M. Swift

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week May 7-13

Compiled by Tim Crothers

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

ANXIETY IN CLEVELAND

Indians fans dread losing their longtime losers

By Leigh Montville

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

LETTERS

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff