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May 11, 1992 Table Of Contents

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From The Editor-In-Chief

FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

By Jason McManus

Kentucky Derby

Great day

It took 10 tries, but veteran jockey Pat Day finally won the big one, riding long-shot Lil E. Tee to victory in the Kentucky Derby

By William Nack

Super Mario, Again

Thanks to Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh moved to the next level of the NHL playoffs

By Jon Scher

L.A. Riots

Too Hot To Handle

Games were not played and athletes stayed on the sidelines when riots tore through Los Angeles

By Richard Hoffer

Andre Agassi

Image Is Not Everything

Andre Agassi found that out the hard way during a stump that has left him fraught with self-doubt

By Sally Jenkins

NBA Playoffs

Driving For a Title

Clyde Drexler, now no worse than the NBA's No. 2 player, is gearing up to take Portland to the top

By Jack McCallum

Rough and Tough

The Knicks gave the aging Pistons a taste of their own bruising medicine in a sometimes ugly series

By Bruce Newman

America's Cup

Stormy Seas Ahead

America[3] and Il Moro carry a bitter rivalry into the America's Cup final

By E.M. Swift

Lenny Dykstra

THE PHANATIC PHILLIE

A near-fatal car wreck taught Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia's brash centerfielder, a lesson in life

By Charles Pierce

Inside

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

Andretti

INHERIT THE WIND

The Andretti family's ardor for speed seems destined to be passed to a third generation of race car drivers

By Ed Hinton

For The Record

Namath chucks his knees...Tsongas loses more races...Reno gets bowled over

Edited by Sally Guard

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

The Best and Worst of Times

Eight years after sharing Olympic glory, Sarajevo and Los Angeles are beset by violence

By William Oscar Johnson

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Edited by Richard Demak