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June 25, 1990 Table Of Contents

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BASEBALL BY THE NUMBERS

Statistics galore have replaced the prose of yore

By Steve Rushin

Focus

PUTTERING AROUND AT THE MALL

Attention, shoppers: Miniature golf is now available

By David Levine

Environment

REPORT FROM A TURTLE BATTLEGROUND

Poachers on the west coast of Nicaragua threaten the future of a species

By Jack Rudloe

Perspective

NO MORE STANDING ON CEREMONY

Everyone at Wimbledon's Centre Court must now be seated

By Tim Crothers

U.S. Open

HAIL, IRWIN!

Special invitee Hale Irwin became the oldest U.S, Open champion by beating Mike Donald on the 19th playoff hole

By E.M. Swift

A's-White Sox

DROOPING AROUND THE ANKLES

A four-game series with the division-leading A's left the White Sox sagging

By Steve Wulf

NBA Finals

THORNS IN THE ROSES

Detroit repeated as NBA champ, but the headlines weren't all favorable

By Jack McCallum

NOTHING TO CELEBRATE

By William Oscar Johnson

Tyson And Foreman

PUNCH AND DUTY

History is served as KO artists Mike Tyson and George Foreman connect

By Richard Hoffer

World Cup 1990

DEFEAT CAN BE SWEET

The U.S. got a lift from a face-saving World Cup loss to powerful Italy

By Rick Telander

Peter Elliott

Brit Grit

PETER ELLIOTT, A BLUE-COLLAR BLOKE, MAY BE IN A CLASS ALL HIS OWN IN THE MILE AND 1,500

By Kenny Moore

Barry Bonds

30/30 VISION

Pittsburgh's Barry Bonds sees those numbers coming

By Hank Hersch

Track & Field

SHINING AMID THE STRUGGLE AND STRIFE

Carl Lewis and two unlikely decathletes starred at the troubled TAC championships

By Merrell Noden

Inside

BASEBALL

By Tim Kurkjian

BOWLING 'EM OVER

By Shelley Smith

Rowing

RUDE RED CRUSHES CRIMSON

Wisconsin used a power 20 to beat Harvard

By Michael Jaffe

The Cleanup Hitters

THE CLEANUP HITTERS

BY SWEEPING UP THE TV SPORTS MARKET, NEAL PILSON (LEFT) AND HIS BOSS, LAURENCE TISCH, COULD MAKE CBS A VERY BIG WINNER. OR A VERY BIG LOSER

By William Oscar Johnson

Spotlight

AN AUSTRALIAN FIGHTS FOR FAME

Only true fans know Jeff Fenech holds three world titles

By Jeff Ryan

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week June 11-17

Compiled by Tim Crothers

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

ONE FOR THE MIDDLE AGES

Nolan Ryan's no-hitter was tonic for the over-40's

By Leigh Montville

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