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June 18, 1990 Table Of Contents

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On The Scene

HAVE SPORTS GONE TO HIS HEAD?

An Indiana barber gives customers more than haircuts

By Austin Murphy

French Open

GRUNT, SQUEAK, VICTORY!

At the French Open, teenager Monica Seles (right) continued to make noises, and veteran Andrès Gómez silenced a brash young American

By Alexander Wolff

A BIG JACK ATTACK

On the way to the Open, Jack Nicklaus blazed to a record in the Senior TPC

By Sarah Ballard

NBA Finals

THE VILLAIN WAS A HERO

Led by bad boy Bill Laimbeer, Detroit took a 2-1 lead over Portland in the NBA Finals

By Jack McCallum

ON TO DAWG MAHAL

Georgia's baseball team muscled in on football by winning the world series

By Steve Rushin

PLUCK OF THE IRISH

The tough, Irish-bred Go And Go shipped into New York from the Emerald Isle and won the 1½-mile Belmont

By William Nack

World Cup 1990

A NIGHTMARE IN FLORENCE

In its opening game, a young, overmatched U.S. team lost its cool and fell apart against Czechoslovakia

By Rick Telander

Steinbrenner

THE BOSS STRIKES AGAIN

George Steinbrenner's Yanks sank, so he fired the manager, of course

By Tim Kurkjian

Chris Patton

THE GRANDEST TIGER

Clemson's mighty Chris Patton has never had a proper lesson, but he can hit a golf ball a country mile

By Rick Telander

Inside

BASEBALL

By Tim Kurkjian

Business

DON'T THROW OUT THAT MASHIE

Golf collectibles are moving briskly on the auction block

By Sally Guard

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week June 4-11

Compiled by Tim Crothers

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

TAKE THE V OUT OF TV, PLEASE

Jim Valvano is a bad choice for the broadcast booth

By Roy S. Johnson

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Edited by Hank Hersch