TABLE OF CONTENTS
June 19, 1989 | Volume 70, Issue 26
THE CLEAN AIR ACT, REBORN
•Joe Torre, balding California Angels announcer, on his carefully combed hairstyle: "I call it the Watergate. I cover up everything I can."
Sugar Ray Leonard survived two knockdowns and escaped with a draw in a thrilling rematch against Thomas Hearns
June 19, 1989 | Curry Kirkpatrick
June 19, 1989 | Edited by Gay Flood
KENTUCKY EXPERIENCEWith its sanctions against the University of Kentucky basketball program (Dodging a Bullet, May 29), the NCAA has made a strong statement that it intends to enforce its rules....
Easy Goer won the Belmont commandingly, depriving Sunday Silence of a crown
BUBBLE UPOn June 7 Phillie leftfielder John Kruk caught a fly ball for the second out of the inning, but he thought it was the third. And as he put his head down and started running in,...
If you believe in Omens, Wichita State became a team of destiny in the College World Series when Mike Wentworth popped a pink piece of Bazooka bubble gum into his mouth last Friday, read the comic...
IN CONSUMMATE SKILL AND HIGH LIVING, NO ONE COULD MATCH THE FLAMBOYANT WALTER HAGEN, WHO CHANGED THE RICH-MAN IMAGE OF GOLF WHILE COURTING THE COMPANY OF PRINCES
June 19, 1989 | Cathie Cush
The dark dorsal fin circling Bill Campbell was the least of his worries. The 35-year-old sports diver was adrift, without a boat, in a shipping lane 110 miles east of Montauk, N.Y. Thick fog...
Aaargh! Rip body-slams Zeus in a big-budget wrestling tale starring the Hulkster himself
June 19, 1989 | Compiled by Stefanie Krasnow
COLLEGE BASEBALL—WICHITA STATE defeated Texas 5-3 to win the College World Series, in Omaha (page 71).
June 19, 1989
SAL LoCASCIOLINDENHURST, N.Y.LoCascio, a recent University of Massachusetts graduate, set a collegiate lacrosse record of 844 career saves, beating the mark of 766 established by Jamie Molloy of...
A revealing report on college athletics is being ignored