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May 11, 1992 | Volume 76, Issue 18

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Michael Jordan Cover - Sports Illustrated May 11, 1992

May 11, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
Mind Games

May 11, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
[Thumb Up]To American Golf Corp., for establishing a day-care center at Us course in Lake Forest, Calif. The company hopes the center will encourage more parents to play golf.

May 11, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
At a recent autograph show in Atlanta, Hall of Famer Warren Spahn was called upon to sign 800 autographs. Current Braves outfielder Tommy Gregg, who batted .187 last season, signed 1,400.

May 11, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
Matt Elliott, Michigan center and the last player picked in the recent NFL draft, on Ohio State linebacker Alonzo Spellman, the Chicago Bears' first-round selection: "Physically, he's a...

May 11, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
Seattle Slew was front and center on the cover of our May 16, 1977, issue on his way to winning the 103rd Kentucky Derby. We also wrote about the Philadelphia 76ers, who took a 2-0 lead in their...

May 11, 1992 | William Nack
It took 10 tries, but veteran jockey Pat Day finally won the big one, riding long-shot Lil E. Tee to victory in the Kentucky Derby

May 11, 1992 | Jon Scher
Thanks to Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh moved to the next level of the NHL playoffs

May 11, 1992 | Richard Hoffer
Games were not played and athletes stayed on the sidelines when riots tore through Los Angeles

May 11, 1992 | Sally Jenkins
Andre Agassi found that out the hard way during a stump that has left him fraught with self-doubt

May 11, 1992 | Jack McCallum
Clyde Drexler, now no worse than the NBA's No. 2 player, is gearing up to take Portland to the top

May 11, 1992 | Jason McManus
I am borrowing this space this week to discuss some important changes at the top of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S masthead. John Papanek, who has been SI's managing editor for the past 18 months, has been...

May 11, 1992 | Bruce Newman
The Knicks gave the aging Pistons a taste of their own bruising medicine in a sometimes ugly series

May 11, 1992 | E.M. Swift
America[3] and Il Moro carry a bitter rivalry into the America's Cup final

May 11, 1992 | Charles Pierce
A near-fatal car wreck taught Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia's brash centerfielder, a lesson in life

May 11, 1992 | Tim Kurkjian
Bearish Times for the Cubs

May 11, 1992 | Tim Kurkjian
Prophet of DoomBefore last week's series against the Twins, A's rightfielder Jose Canseco joked with the press about the troubles he has had playing rightfield in the Metrodome. "You know what a...

May 11, 1992 | Ed Hinton
The Andretti family's ardor for speed seems destined to be passed to a third generation of race car drivers

May 11, 1992
Hurricane CarterSeldom have I been as moved by the printed word as I was by William Nack's article about Rubin (Hurricane) Carter's 18-year-long imprisonment and ultimate release (True to His...

May 11, 1992 | Edited by Sally Guard
JettisonedBy NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Namath, 48, the arthritic knees that drove him out of football in 1978 and into the hands of an internationally renowned joint-replacement specialist...

May 11, 1992
Jim GlasserATLANTAGlasser, 43, the wrestling coach at the Lovett School, led the Lions to their 13th undefeated season and their third state championship in a row. His teams have a 211-9-3...

May 11, 1992 | William Oscar Johnson
Eight years after sharing Olympic glory, Sarajevo and Los Angeles are beset by violence