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May 25, 1992 Table Of Contents

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NBA Playoffs

Passing The Test

After struggling with the Knicks for two weeks, the Chicago Bulls got an A+ in Game 7

By Hank Hersch

Sign Of the Times?

Larry Bird's career may have ended when the Cavs eliminated the Celtics

By Jack McCallum

An Uphill Victory

Greg LeMond conquered Wintergreen Mountain and a topflight field of cyclists to win his first Tour Du Pont

By Richard O'Brien

America's Cup

Koch, He's The Real Thing

Kansas's Bill Koch defied yacht racing's naysayers and successfully defended the America's Cup

By E.M. Swift

John Kruk

What's A Kruk?

It's a scruffy, lumpy, neckless creature named John who wears a Philadelphia Phillies uniform and leads the major leagues in hitting

By Franz Lidz

Couples & Love

Couples & Love

The aptly named Fred Couples and Davis Love III are the hottest match in golf today

By Rick Reilly

World League

World Beater

Well-traveled David Archer is a star at last, but to succeed the World League needs the NFL's promising prospects

By Peter King

Chris Evert

'I've Lived A Charmed Life'

But not all has been easy for Chris Evert, who in a candid interview, discusses her fears and insecurities, her image, Martina and the price she paid to become a champion

By Sally Jenkins

Horse Racing

Rolling in Clover

Pine Bluff dined on four-leaf clovers, then feasted on a field of 13 colts to win the Preakness

By William F. Reed

Inside

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

The Elias Analyst

By Steve Hirdt

Golf

Back in the Groove

Betsy King got her old swing back and her life together to win the LPGA Championship by 11 strokes

By Sonja Steptoe

Volleyball

A Rare Old Bird

At 33, Steve Timmons is again soaring for a U.S. team that should fly high in Barcelona

By Merrell Noden

The '62 Mets

Bad Beyond Belief

Thirty years ago, the newborn New York Mets made baseball history of the most dubious kind

By Steve Rushin

For The Record

Alzado dies at age 43...Drexler and Laettner may reign in Spain...Archipelago just says no

Edited by Sally Guard

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Arrest the Alphabet Bandits

Boxing's robber-baron governing bodies are ripping off both the fighters and the fans

By Pat Putnam

Departments

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Richard Demak