CONTENTS

May 15, 1988

LADY'S DAY 24
Churchill Downs rocked as the filly Winning Colors rolled over 16 colts to triumph in the Kentucky Derby
by William Nack

THE A's ACE OF AN ACE 30
With eight wins in as many starts, Dave Stewart has put Oakland on top in the American League West
by Peter Gammons

AIR JORDAN, AIR BULLS 32
Michael Jordan soared, as did some of his teammates, as Chicago beat Cleveland in their NBA playoff
by Jack McCallum

THEATER OF THE ABSURD 40
When officials refused to work a Bruins-Devils playoff game, it was suddenly amateur hour in the NHL
by Austin Murphy

A SEA OF CALAMITIES 46
Monofilament gill nets do not just catch fish; they also do damage to marine life in a very alarming way
by Clive Gammon

BACK ON THE TRACK 54
A crash last year put Roberto Guerrero in a coma, but he's behind the wheel again, pointing for the Indy 500
by Sam Moses

BORN TO BE A BIG LEAGUER 64
The way 18-year-old Ken Griffey Jr. is hitting, he may become the first player to join his dad in the majors
by Hank Hersch

COMPETITION 86
There are those who think it's what life is really all about—and, of course, those with competing viewpoints
by Bil Gilbert

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 19
Track 72
Inside Baseball 78
For The Record 113
Point After 114

Cover Photograph by John Biever; Inset by Heinz Kluetmeier

PHOTOBILL FRAKESA BEAU CHAPEAU: The wearer of this stunning straw wasn't the only dashing female at the Kentucky Derby. The race was won, in impeccable wire-to-wire style, by the filly Winning Colors (page 24).

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)