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May 17, 1993 | Volume 78, Issue 19

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Hakeem Olajuwon Cover - Sports Illustrated May 17, 1993

May 17, 1993
Cathy FrohnheiserWALNUTPORT, PA.Frohnheiser, a junior Softball third baseman at Furman, had four hits in a 9-1 defeat of George Mason to run her NCAA-record hitting streak to 42 games. During the...

May 17, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
ABA Milestones

May 17, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•An editorial in Newsday, complaining that the NHL's 21-game suspension of Washington Capital center Dale Hunter for mugging New York Islander star Pierre Turgeon was too light: "Commissioner Gary...

May 17, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
Cincinnati Red relief pitcher Jeff Reardon (right, before and after) sponsors a Little League team in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., on which his son Jay plays. Since joining the cleanly groomed Reds...

May 17, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Lou Piniella, Seattle Mariner manager, making light of his storied temper: "I've always been relaxed as a manager. It's just that I've done things that didn't portray that very well."

May 17, 1993 | Jack McCallum
For winners as well as losers, center proved to be a pivotal position

May 17, 1993 | Jack McCallum

May 17, 1993 | E.M. Swift

May 17, 1993 | William Oscar Johnson

May 17, 1993 | Mark Mulvoy
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED contributing writer John Ed Bradley, whose profile of former heavyweight champion Buster Douglas begins on page 68, has written a slew of magazine articles on subjects ranging...

May 17, 1993 | Tom Verducci
The troubled Mets took their licks from the Marlins and the media

May 17, 1993 | Tom Verducci
A media invasion has heightened tensions in once congenial clubhouses

May 17, 1993 | James Buckley Jr.
California vintner Sam Sebastiani has built a lush preserve for migratory birds

May 17, 1993 | Austin Murphy

May 17, 1993 | Pat Putnam
Four months ago Lennox Lewis ascended to the heavyweight championship of the world, a feat no British fighter had accomplished in this century. Lewis was wearing street clothes at the time, having...

May 17, 1993 | Austin Murphy
Puncture wounds, dislocated shoulders and sleep deprivation-are but a few of the ordeals that UCLA's Dan Landry has endured, though you would never know it by talking to him. Landry doesn't say...

May 17, 1993 | Leigh Montville
Jamie Irving's baseball cleats are the one giveaway of his unique ability. Look first at his right foot and you notice the telltale sign that Irving, a Harvard sophomore, is a righthanded pitcher....

May 17, 1993 | Tim Kurkjian

May 17, 1993 | John Ed Bradley
Former heavyweight champion Buster Douglas, the man who smoked Tyson, is tasting the good life—in a very big way

May 17, 1993 | Amy Nutt
A high-tech trimaran broke the 140-year-old San Francisco-to-Boston speed record

May 17, 1993
Shoemaker's LawsuitsI read with disgust your article about Bill Shoemaker (From Fame to Shame, April 19). His situation is a microcosm of this country, where people increasingly refuse to be...

May 17, 1993 | Preston Williams
Jim Bryan is the game's preeminent course designer—and that's no small accomplishment

May 17, 1993 | Susan Davis

May 17, 1993 | Ron Fimrite
Today's ballplayers strike out sartorially when they hide their socks under long pants