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June 19, 1995 | Volume 82, Issue 24

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Clyde Drexler Cover - Sports Illustrated June 19, 1995

June 19, 1995
Dave MaguireBROOMALL, PA.

June 19, 1995 | Ron Fimrite
The media should stop knocking ailing Mickey Mantle and praise him as the star he was

June 19, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Christian Stone

June 19, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Christian Stone
Mama always said there are two great imperatives in life: East your carrots and make your free throws. Faliure to do the latter, as this season's NBA playoffs have made clear, usually assures...

June 19, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Christian Stone
Carnival Cruise Lines is offering a four-day trip from Los Angeles to Mexico called the O.J. Cruise, during which passengers can watch the trial on TV while schmoozing with journalists, legal...

June 19, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Christian Stone
Johnny JohnsonIllinois quarterback, on how he intends to perform next season: "I'm going to give 110 percent on every play. You can't give any more than that."

June 19, 1995 | Phil Taylor

June 19, 1995 | Mark Mulvoy
We knew he could write. What we didn't know about staff writer Michael Silver when we hired him—but found out when three dozen or so SI staffers overran an Orlando karaoke bar during a company...

June 19, 1995 | S.L. Price

June 19, 1995 | Tom Verducci

June 19, 1995 | William F. Reed
Thunder Gulch added a Belmont victory to his Derby win, but the crown went to D. Wayne Lukas

June 19, 1995 | Michael Silver

June 19, 1995 | Michael Farber

June 19, 1995 | Tim Crothers

June 19, 1995
The simple fact is, the Kiwis were better this time.DAVE SHEPHERD, ROCKY RIVER, OHIO

June 19, 1995 | Tim Kurkjian
Mounds of Doubt

June 19, 1995 | Tim Kurkjian
Caught in a Pinch. With four pinch hits in the inning, the Rangers tied a major league record during a six-run outburst in the eighth against the Royals last Thursday. Rusty Greer, Mike...

June 19, 1995 | Marty Burns
Omaha, the home of the College World Series, is a meat-and-potatoes kind of town. An abandoned stockyard, covered with weeds, still stands a few blocks from downtown. There seems to be a steak...

June 19, 1995 | Michael Farber

June 19, 1995 | Michael Farber
Jose Rojas(Don Abundio)

June 19, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte

June 19, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
Every pro golfer agrees, it helps to be swinging a hot club if you want to win the U.S. Open. Ernie Els, last year's winner, finished second at Westchester before his victory at Oakmont, and three...

June 19, 1995 | Jaime Diaz

June 19, 1995 | Jill Lieber

June 19, 1995 | E.M. Swift

June 19, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
The New Commish

June 19, 1995 | John Strege
It was to have been a beautiful relationship, the marriage of student and athlete in the person of Tiger Woods. He arrived at Stanford last September, a newly crowned U.S. Amateur champion...

June 19, 1995 | Walter Bingham
The tour resumed after an eight-week break, and Byron Nelson picked up right where he left oft winning big