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June 14, 1993 | Volume 78, Issue 23

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Tomas Sandstrom Cover - Sports Illustrated June 14, 1993

June 14, 1993
Shalonda EnisCELESTE, TEXASShalonda, a six-foot senior center on the Celeste High girls basketball team, scored 44 points in a 73-34 defeat of North Zulch High to become Texas's alltime leading...

June 14, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
High Stakes

June 14, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Scott Ostler in the San Francisco Chronicle, reporting that the fly ball that bounced off Texas Ranger rightfielder Jose Canseco's head and over the fence for a home run on May 26 had a...

June 14, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Don Nelson, Golden State Warrior general manager and coach, on Shawn Bradley, the 7'6" former BYU center who is certain to be an early pick in the NBA draft on June 30: "When he sits down, his...

June 14, 1993 | E.M. Swift

June 14, 1993
A melee erupted between the Orioles and the Mariners that lasted longer—and was much scarier—than a typical baseball skirmish

June 14, 1993
Wielding an Imaginary Wedge (left), Paul Azinger readied himself for his third shot on the final hole of the Memorial Tournament at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, where he...

June 14, 1993 | Alexander Wolff

June 14, 1993 | William Nack
Julie Krone rode Colonial Affair to a historic win in a Belmont Stakes marred by the death of Prairie Bayou

June 14, 1993 | Phil Taylor
Phoenix's Thunder Dan Majerle has a passion for the game that's surpassed only by his city's passion for him

June 14, 1993 | Mark Mulvoy
On most spring and summer evenings, the college little league field in Jersey City, N.J., is a busy place. Moms and dads jam the leftfield bleachers, a hot dog costs only a buck, and the war cry...

June 14, 1993 | Jack McCallum

June 14, 1993 | Rick Reilly

June 14, 1993 | Amy Nutt
In 1887, Lottie Dod, 15, became the youngest player to win the women's title at Wimbledon. She still is

June 14, 1993 | Mark Mandernach
Shortly before Babe Ruth retired, Silas Johnson struck him out three times in one game

June 14, 1993 | John Walters
While not yet popular with the luxury-car crowd, disc golf is gaining a following

June 14, 1993 | Steve Hymon
All of Chip Hanauer's boat-racing idols are dead: Jerry Bangs, Bill Muncey, Dean Chenoweth. All were killed driving unlimited hydroplanes. You've probably seen the pictures. One minute the...

June 14, 1993 | Hank Hersch
At 67, Jim Law has just hit his stride as a sprinter. Once an overweight, two-pack-a-day smoker with a stratospheric cholesterol level, Law, the nation's fastest senior citizen, has turned back...

June 14, 1993 | Peter King
It is late afternoon, and Nick Lowery is hustling. It is the last week of his off-season job as a special adviser to the director of the Office of National Service at the White House, and there is...

June 14, 1993
Missing SocksI enjoyed Ron Fimrite's tongue-in-cheek May 17 POINT AFTER about baseball uniforms, especially his observations about the disappearance of socks. The article brought back fond...

June 14, 1993 | Tom Verducci

June 14, 1993 | Tim Kurkjian

June 14, 1993 | Tom Junod

June 14, 1993 | Joseph Monninger
R. Scott Murray hopes his shorter, more flexible paddle will ease kayakers' oft-aching muscles

June 14, 1993 | Michael Finkel
David Levin doesn't have an inflated sense of himself; it's just that he's won ballooning's biggest events

June 14, 1993 | Karl Malone
Whether he likes it or not, Charles Barkley sets an example that many will follow