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May 19, 1986
May 19, 1986

Table of Contents
May 19, 1986

The Reds
Stanley Cup
Milwaukee Bucks
James Worthy
William Andrews

CONTENTS

Topsy-turvy In Ohio

This is an article from the May 19, 1986 issue

24 Supposedly redoubtable Cincinnati had the worst record in the majors, and lowly Cleveland was vying for first place
by Hank Hersch

28 So great was the euphoria over the Indians' feats that the citizenry was viewing the local park as a kind of Camelot
by Craig Neff

30 Hunkered Down For A Fast 500
Rick Mears won the pole for the Indianapolis 500 with an eye-popping, record-breaking 216.828-mph qualifying run
by Sam Moses

32 The Habs Have A Hot One
With goaltender Patrick Roy stopping the puck, Montreal ousted the Rangers and just might win the Stanley Cup
by E.M. Swift

42 Getting A Monkey Off Their Bucks
Milwaukee overcame its years of playoff frustration by deep-sixing the 76ers to advance to the conference finals
by Jack McCallum

51 Trust Worthy, Praise Worthy
James Worthy, the Los Angeles Lakers' taciturn All-Star, has little gift for gab, but his deeds speak for themselves
by Bruce Newman

92 Stopped In Mid-stride
Felled by an ominous knee injury, William Andrews of the Falcons is trying to come back after missing two seasons
by Rick Telander

112 And They All Say, 'This Is It?'
That 58-year-old art deco hulk, the Boston Garden, is a sporting emporium that is at once frowsy and hallowed
by Leigh Montville

DEPARTMENTS

19 Scorecard
103 Golf
106 Baseball
139 For The Record
140 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Richard Mackson

PHOTOLOUIS PSIHOYOSLEADING OFF: Red Auerbach. The cigar. The parquet floor. This could only be the Boston Garden, the venerable edifice that has seen it all, from Aimee Semple McPherson to J.F.K. to Larry Bird.
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