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July 08, 1991 | Volume 75, Issue 2

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Lyle Alzado Cover - Sports Illustrated July 08, 1991

July 08, 1991 | Pat Putnam
Mike Tyson beat Razor Ruddock in a tough rematch that went the distance

July 08, 1991 | Richard O'Brien
It was nearly midnight last Friday in Las Vegas when Jeff Fenech returned to his room at the Sheffield Inn. His face was raw, his hands bruised. There was a cut under his left eye. But those...

July 08, 1991 | Lyle Alzado

July 08, 1991 | Lyle Alzado
Was Lyle Alzado's cancer caused by the performance-enhancing drugs he took—anabolic steroids and human growth hormone? Alzado thinks so, and Dr. Robert Huizenga, one of the physicians treating...

July 08, 1991 | Alexander Wolff

July 08, 1991 | Sonja Steptoe
Meg Mallon won the LPGA Championship and put the grandes dames on notice

July 08, 1991 | Steve Rushin

July 08, 1991 | Douglas S. Looney
Lloyd Daniels was a storied playground basketball player, but his life—and his once bright NBA prospects—have taken a sorry turn

July 08, 1991 | Jack McCallum
Winners and Losers

July 08, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian
The Star Nobody Knows

July 08, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian
The First Player-CommissionerPirate outfielder Andy Van Slyke talked with commissioner Fay Vincent before a game at Three Rivers Stadium on June 25. "I told him I had three gripes," said Van...

July 08, 1991 | Alexander Wolff
I went back to old Camp Keewaydin, where I spent three summers as a boy, and it's still a great place for a kid to come into his own

July 08, 1991
The Indy 500Since SI's beginning, in 1954, I have read, with rare exception, every issue. On many occasions I have been tempted to write and congratulate you on one article or another. Finally, it...

July 08, 1991 | Edited by Michael Jaffe
SurvivedBy former SI swimsuit model Kim Alexis, her first triathlon, in White Plains, N.Y. Alexis finished 179th among the 708 women who completed the event, which included a half-mile swim, a...

July 08, 1991
Diane Straus TuckerBEDFORD, N.Y.

July 08, 1991 | Ron Fimrite
Do teams have bad chemistry and good chemistry? A nonscientist explodes a myth

July 08, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak

July 08, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
[Thumb Up]To novelist Stephen King, for donating $1 million to his hometown of Bangor, Maine, so that the city can construct a Little League baseball field.

July 08, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Junior Ortiz, Minnesota Twins catcher, after teammate Scott Erickson threw a two-hitter for his 12th straight win: "He's unbelievable. He's like that guy in Texas who's 41, or 42, or 43."

July 08, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Why anyone would want to smell like a thoroughbred, or like Mike Ditka for that matter, is beyond our comprehension. But in the last few years, sports fragrances have become quite popular. Here...

July 08, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
California surfer Phil Edwards caught a wave on the July 18, 1966, cover to herald the supposedly rising tide of East Coast surfing. Elsewhere in the issue we ran a photograph of another beached...