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June 06, 1988 | Volume 68, Issue 23

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Chuck Tanner Cover - Sports Illustrated June 06, 1988

June 06, 1988 | Leslie Bornstein

June 06, 1988
BRYAN EDWARDSDORCHESTER, MASS.Bryan, a senior guard at Cohasset High, had 26 points in a 77-75 win over Wareham High to break the Massachusetts high school career scoring record of 2,481 points....

June 06, 1988 | Compiled by Duncan Brantley
ARENA FOOTBALL—Chicago, the league's top team, extended its perfect record to 5-0 and maintained a one-game lead over second-place Pittsburgh. Against Detroit, Chicago breezed to a 24-0 half-time...

June 06, 1988 | Steve Robinson
Colleges should pay for tuition until athletes earn degrees

June 06, 1988 | Steve Rushin
The old man with the custom cue knocks the balls off the table as if he were a schoolboy with a slingshot and the stripes and solids were so many crows perched on a telephone wire. Click click...

June 06, 1988 | Edited by Steve Wulf

June 06, 1988 | Edited by Steve Wulf
•Jim Nantz, CBS broadcaster, at a roast for University of Miami football coach Jimmy Johnson: "The only time Jimmy didn't run up a score was 27 years ago when he took the SAT."

June 06, 1988 | Sam Moses

June 06, 1988 | William Taaffe
CBS outbid NBC—by a lot—to win the broadcast rights to the 1992 Winter Olympics

June 06, 1988 | William Taaffe
U.S. $309 millionWestern Europe $5.7 millionJapan $3.9 millionCanada $3.65 millionE. Eur. & U.S.S.R. $1.2 millionAustralia $1 millionAsia $278,000Mexico $275,000Puerto Rico $40,000Venezuela...

June 06, 1988 | Jack McCallum
Newly respectful of Boston's aging Celtics, the Pistons emerged as a force in their Eastern Conference showdown

June 06, 1988 | Hank Hersch
Dallas eased doubts about its fortitude by whipping the Lakers twice to knot the series

June 06, 1988 | Donald J. Barr
Ray Kennedy was a man of a hundred talents, with a persona to go with every one. He was a wit, a raconteur and a mime who seldom left a room without a ripple of laughter in his wake. He was a...

June 06, 1988 | Austin Murphy
Edmonton swept Boston to win its fourth Stanley Cup and close the book on a most bizarre playoff season

June 06, 1988 | Steve Wulf

June 06, 1988 | Steve Wulf
The majors' most-traveled manager has touched base with no fewer than six teams. He won two World Series with Oakland and lost one each with Boston and San Diego. OSTON RED SOX 1967-69 OAKLAND A's...

June 06, 1988 | Steve Wulf
Since 1980, Steinbrenner's whims have produced this sequence of managers in the house that Ruth got nobody fired in. DICK HOWSER 1980 GENE MICHAEL 1981 BOB LEMON 1981-82 MICHAEL 1982 CLYDE KING...

June 06, 1988 | Alexander Wolff

June 06, 1988 | Bruce Newman

June 06, 1988 | Edited by Timothy E. Pitt
ROLE REVERSALI would like to thank you for helping to end the Orioles' losing streak. My friends and I knew it would be only a matter of time before the Orioles made your cover (For the Birds, May...

June 06, 1988 | Jaime Diaz
The Memorial gave evidence of Hal Sutton's decline

June 06, 1988 | Peter Gammons

June 06, 1988 | Peter Gammons
DANCE FEVERAn employee at Lace, that Arlington, Texas, nightclub for "gentlemen" in which New York Yankees manager Billy Martin claims he was attacked in a men's room, has been showing a video...

June 06, 1988 | Peter Gammons
Last year homers accounted for 35% of all runs. But dingers are down in '88, and more runs have been scored on singles.

June 06, 1988 | Kenny Moore
At the Jenner meet several vaunted veterans showed they were primed for the Olympics

June 06, 1988 | Steve Wulf