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May 30, 1994 | Volume 80, Issue 21

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John Starks Cover - Sports Illustrated May 30, 1994

May 30, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum

May 30, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum
The consumption of alcoholic beverages has been banned from World Cup matches in the Rose Bowl...except in executive or private suites and the press box.

May 30, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum
Butch HenryThe Montreal Expo lefthander on the phenomenal success (12 for 15, with five home runs) that Philadelphia Phillie third baseman Dave Hollins has had against him: "I could make him...

May 30, 1994 | S.L. Price

May 30, 1994
A quartet of bewimpled Phillie phanatics—actually they're actors from the musical "Nunsense"—popped into the Vet for some corn, caps and curveballs.

May 30, 1994 | Phil Taylor

May 30, 1994 | Tom Verducci

May 30, 1994 | Michael Farber
The Devils led the Rangers 3-2 in a series full of reminders of previous Stanley Cup champions

May 30, 1994 | William F. Reed
Tabasco Cat's victory in the Preakness eased a year of suffering for D. Wayne Lukas

May 30, 1994 | Mark Mulvoy
The Preakness was the finish of SI photographer Bill Frakes's work week. He had spent some time shooting Miami Dolphin quarterback Dan Marino and some more time with Houston Oiler defensive...

May 30, 1994
Norm FrankROCHESTER, N.Y.Frank, 62, who owns a lawn-care service, broke the world record for most marathons completed, by finishing the Buffalo Marathon—his 525th—in four hours, 41 minutes on May...

May 30, 1994 | Merrell Noden
Carl Lewis's head is, as usual, a hive of activity, humming with plans and schemes and business ventures. Throughout his long and remarkable career, Lewis has always given the impression of being...

May 30, 1994 | Austin Murphy
He has knocked two teams out of the playoffs and one goon into the Land of Nod. More than half of his NHL-leading 13 postseason goals have come on breathtaking breakaways; two were game-winners,...

May 30, 1994 | John Walters
Last week the '93 Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback was playing point guard for the Jacksonville Hooters of the United States Basketball League. The man University of Miami football coach Dennis...

May 30, 1994 | Jimmy Breslin

May 30, 1994 | Hank Hersch
Tom Dooley joined the U.S. team to pursue his dreams

May 30, 1994
"To prevent any more confrontations, the Babe Ruth League I play in has decided that handshakes will take place before, rather than after, the game."MICHAEL WISEMAN, GLEN MORGAN. W.VA.

May 30, 1994 | Rick Reilly

May 30, 1994 | Amy Nutt
At tryouts for a women's team, the writer took her cuts—but got the chop

May 30, 1994 | Laura Hilgers
The indefatigable Kitty Calhoun Grissom relishes formidable, icy climbs

May 30, 1994 | Michael Finkel
Thanks to coach John Larick, Montana State's teams can return to top form

May 30, 1994 | Tim Kurkjian
Quick-change Artists

May 30, 1994 | Tim Kurkjian
Bad Hair Night. It was Jay Buhner Haircut Night at the Kingdome last Thursday, and before the Mariners' game against the Rangers, 426 people lined up in front of 10 barber chairs to get a buzz cut...

May 30, 1994 | Alexander Wolff
When they ask for cash, college athletes should remember they're getting paid to learn

May 30, 1994 | Greg Breining
Colorful, hand-carved decoys have become increasingly pricey folk art

May 30, 1994 | Franz Lidz
Maurice Ashley teaches his favorite brain game to inner-city students

May 30, 1994 | Stephen Thomas
A team of intrepid bicylists rode the length of the continent