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TABLE OF CONTENTS
May 05, 1986 | Volume 64, Issue 18
May 05, 1986 | E.M. Swift
May 05, 1986 | Bruce Anderson
As if the Rangers weren't treat enough, the Mets and Yankees were wowing New York as well
May 05, 1986 | Hank Hersch
Lou Piniella, the New York Yankees' rookie manager, was losing his cool for at least the second time Saturday after both he and his club's six-game winning streak had snapped in a 3-2 loss to...
May 05, 1986 | William Nack
Only stopwatch fractions separate the favorites, Snow Chief and Badger Land, from the best of the rest at Churchill Downs
May 05, 1986 | Bruce Newman
Orel Leonard Hershiser IV has become a premier hurler despite an odd handle and a baby face
May 05, 1986 | Donald J. Barr
At artist Walt Spitzmiller's home in rural Redding, Conn. last week, the late afternoon sun was filtering through the white pines and flaming yellow forsythia that grows outside his studio....
May 05, 1986 | Ralph Wiley
Washington's Darrell Green fairly flew to fastest-in-the-NFL honors
May 05, 1986 | William Taaffe
NHL games and other hits give the former Frisbee-dog network bite
May 05, 1986 | Jack McCallum
Though minus Moses Malone, the 76ers nailed Washington in the playoffs
DEVIL WITH THE BLUE DRESS
Take heart, minor leaguers Ricky Barlow and Glenallen Hill. Barlow, a former first-round pick of the Tigers who has a 3-29 record in his last two years in the minors, and Hill, who batted .210...
May 05, 1986 | Roger Jackson
A year ago, John Cangelosi was a reluctant expatriate, toiling in the Mexican League and wondering what had gone wrong with his career. But what a difference a year makes. Though he went to spring...
May 05, 1986 | ERNEST HEMINGWAY
Late in his life, Ernest Hemingway boasted that he would leave behind a steamer trunk of new books that would continue to be published for many years after he was gone. Given Papa's dedication to...
May 05, 1986 | T. Nicholas Dawidoff
More than any other sport, baseball has enthralled American writers. As far back as the 1840s Walt Whitman, then a Brooklyn newspaper editor, wrote about the game. Several of Robert Frost's poems...
May 05, 1986 | Andy Whipple
Riding a motorcycle, one capable of reaching 60 mph in six seconds or less, is an indelible and, in some cases, life-changing experience involving risk, intimacy and power. Until the early '60s,...
May 05, 1986 | Compiled by BAILEY BREENE GENDRON
PRO BASKETBALL—In Eastern Conference quarterfinal playoff action, Boston thrashed Chicago 122-104 for a three-game sweep of the Bulls. The Celtics held Michael Jordan—who averaged 56 points in the...
May 05, 1986
ROBIN LOHEIDECOLUMBUS, IND.Robin, a freshman at Columbus North High, accumulated 37.55 points in the all-around competition in the state high school gymnastics championships in Indianapolis to set...
May 05, 1986 | Edited by Gay Flood
JACK NICKLAUSSir:I thought my videotape was the treasure of that day at Augusta until I read Rick Reilly's article (Day Of Glory For A Golden Oldie, April 21). His spare, incisive, insightful...
May 05, 1986 | N. Brooks Clark
On the first floor of the new Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., visitors standing on a moving belt can shoot at 14 hoops of various heights and distances. As the...
May 05, 1986 | Edited by Craig Neff
ALARUMS AND NON-EXCURSIONS
May 05, 1986 | Edited by Craig Neff
•Andy Furman, Latonia Race Course public-relations director, on the $10,000 in dining room charges rung up by the Cincinnati press corps this season: "They can read the menu better than they can...