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June 18, 1990 | Volume 72, Issue 25

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Monica Seles Cover - Sports Illustrated June 18, 1990

June 18, 1990 | Edited by Hank Hersch

June 18, 1990 | Edited by Hank Hersch
•Doug Melvin, the Baltimore Orioles' minor league director, on pitcher Daniel Boone, a lefthander with the Triple A Rochester Red Wings: "We give all the players gas money, and we give him covered...

June 18, 1990 | Alexander Wolff

June 18, 1990 | Sarah Ballard
On the way to the Open, Jack Nicklaus blazed to a record in the Senior TPC

June 18, 1990 | Jack McCallum

June 18, 1990 | Steve Rushin
Georgia's baseball team muscled in on football by winning the world series

June 18, 1990 | William Nack
The tough, Irish-bred Go And Go shipped into New York from the Emerald Isle and won the 1½-mile Belmont

June 18, 1990 | Rick Telander

June 18, 1990 | Clive Gammon
Cameroon, a 500-to-1 shot, stunned defending champion Argentina

June 18, 1990 | Tim Kurkjian

June 18, 1990 | Rick Telander

June 18, 1990
AMBITIOUS DADAfter reading Dave Scheiber's article about Mary Pierce (Too Much, Too Young, May 7), I was appalled by Jim Pierce's arrogance toward the U.S. Tennis Association.

June 18, 1990 | Tim Kurkjian

June 18, 1990 | Tim Kurkjian
TAKING ONE FOR THE TEAMDodger pitcher Ramon Martinez struck out 18 Braves in a 6-0 victory on June 4, the most K's by a Los Angeles pitcher since Sandy Koufax fanned 18 in 1962. Martinez might...

June 18, 1990 | Ralph Wiley

June 18, 1990 | Austin Murphy
An Indiana barber gives customers more than haircuts

June 18, 1990 | Sally Guard
Golf collectibles are moving briskly on the auction block

June 18, 1990 | Compiled by Tim Crothers
COLLEGE BASEBALL—GEORGIA defeated Oklahoma State 2-1 in the championship game to win the College World Series, in Omaha (page 34).

June 18, 1990
RYAN IDETALAHAINA, HAWAIIRyan, a sophomore at Lahainaluna High, beat Chanon Alcon of Kamehameha High 6-4, 6-0 to win the boys' state singles tennis title. He also led the Lunas to the state team...

June 18, 1990 | Roy S. Johnson
Jim Valvano is a bad choice for the broadcast booth