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May 18, 1992 | Volume 76, Issue 19

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated May 18, 1992

May 18, 1992 | Kelly Whiteside
Ryan Luzinski is following in his father Greg's footsteps as he waits for his number to come up in the major league draft

May 18, 1992 | Beth Schmidt
A visit to the Trotting Horse Museum in Goshen, N.Y., is a nice change of pace

May 18, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
Tyson's Trials

May 18, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
[Thumb Up]To Harold Miner, All-America guard at southern Cal, for promising to donate $60,000 to the Trojan athletic department to repay the cost of his scholarship. Miner is passing up his senior...

May 18, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
Bill Bradley, U.S. senator (D., N.J.) and former NBA All-Star, when asked how a presidential nominee should he chosen from a group of candidates: "Line them up and let them shoot jump shots from...

May 18, 1992 | Ed Hinton
As speeds soared during Indy qualifying, drivers were able to survive terrifying crashes

May 18, 1992 | Ed Hinton
When Hiro Matsushita crashed into the wall on Turn 1 last Saturday (top), the right side of his Lola-Chevy was all but obliterated. Yet Matsushita avoided serious injury because he was seated in...

May 18, 1992 | Hank Hersch
In forging a 2-2 series tie, the Knicks showed that they took the challenge of knocking off the champion Bulls literally

May 18, 1992 | Jack McCallum
A dazzling Boston-Cleveland showdown got its biggest lift from Celtic Reggie Lewis

May 18, 1992 | Leigh Montville
Nobody, least of all themselves, thought a sweep of the Canadiens was a possibility for all the newcomers masquerading as Bruins

May 18, 1992
Tommy VardellTommy Vardell is the all-American boy next door (Touchdown Tommy, April 20). Not only has he retained values that have largely been lost in the world of athletic competition, but he...

May 18, 1992 | Jon Scher
There is a hell. Steve Smith has been there.

May 18, 1992 | Phil Taylor
One lucky NBA team will win the rights to Shaquille O'Neal in the draft lottery, but signing him could be another matter

May 18, 1992 | Steve Wulf
With an unsightly rash of bobbles and boots, baseball is suffering through a plague of errors

May 18, 1992 | Richard O'Brien
Terry Norris laid claim to the title of pound for pound the best fighter by KO'ing Meldrick Taylor

May 18, 1992 | William F. Reed
A tarnished Strike the Gold regained his luster by winning the Pimlico Special

May 18, 1992 | Tim Kurkjian
The O's Have It

May 18, 1992 | Tim Kurkjian
Unhittable Pitching Will Always Win Out

May 18, 1992 | Steve Hirdt
The Boston Popless

May 18, 1992 | Franz Lidz
KONISHIKI, THE QUARTER-TON SUMO WRESTLER FROM HAWAII, HAS SET OFF AN EXPLOSION OF NEW INTEREST—AND CONTROVERSY—IN THE HIDEBOUND NATIONAL SPORT OF JAPAN

May 18, 1992 | John Garrity
The British PGA may not equal the U.S. PGA for status, but its European star quality is unmatched

May 18, 1992 | Steve Hymon

May 18, 1992 | Franz Lidz
At 77, 'Banana' George Blair is a millionaire and a barefoot water-skiing wonder

May 18, 1992 | Edited by Sally Guard
SoaredInto second place in the women's platform finals at the Alamo International diving championships in Fort Lauderdale, Jenny Keim, 13. Keim, a former gymnast who trained with Bela Karolyi...

May 18, 1992
Drew CalverDALLASDrew, 17, set two junior national records as he swept the breaststroke events at the short-course junior national swimming championships. He had a clocking of 55.11 for the 100...

May 18, 1992 | E.M. Swift
Because slash-and-burn tactics pay in the NHL, two stars were knocked out of the playoffs