CONTENTS

May 29, 1988

ANY WAY YOU LIKE, BRUINS 16
Newly adaptable Edmonton outskated and outmuscled Boston for a huge lead in the Stanley Cup finals
by Austin Murphy

TAKEN TO THE LIMIT 22
In the end, Larry Bird had to bring all his talents to bear for Boston to beat Atlanta in the NBA playoffs
by Jack McCallum

ONE HEAVENLY STAR 32
Some prayers were answered when Risen Star galloped past the favorites to win the Preakness
by Demmie Stalhoplos

HOOPS BUT NO SCOOPS 34
Olympic hopefuls battled for spots on the U.S. basketball team for Seoul, or so it has been rumored
by Alexander Wolff

THE SUNSHINE SOX? 40
After 88 years of playing baseball in Chicago, the White Sox may be heading to the rich Florida market
by E.M. Swift

NEVER TOO OLD TO LEARN 49
Dean Tolson, a former basketball star but less than stellar student at Arkansas, earned his degree at age 36
by Jill Lieber

MOMS IN THE FAST LANE 56
More and more women athletes are performing just as well as they did before delivering children
by Shannon Brownlee

HERO FOR A THIRSTY LAND 70
Abdi Bile, the world champion in the 1,500 meters, is the pride of Somalia, nation of poets and drought
by Kenny Moore

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 11
Baseball 62
Television 83
For The Record 84
Point After 86

Cover Photograph by Paul Bereswill; Inset by Steve Cadrain

PHOTOJOHN W. MCDONOUGHEVEN THE BEST-LAID PLANS...: Coach Mike Fratello used a magnetic board to show his Hawks how to defeat Boston in Game 7 of their playoff. Alas for Atlanta, Larry Bird had greater designs on victory (page 22).

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)