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July 11, 1988
July 11, 1988

Table of Contents
July 11, 1988

Wimbledon
Arena Football
Chicago Cubs
Karl Nelson
Sherri Turner
Pro Basketball
Television
Doc And Darryl
Spotlight
Point After

CONTENTS

THREE DOWN, ONE TO GO 18
At Wimbledon, Steffi Graf won the third leg of the Grand Slam, and Stefan Edberg his first men's title
by Curry Kirkpatrick

This is an article from the July 11, 1988 issue

OFF-THE-WALL BALL 26
In the cozy world of Arena Football, the fans can practically reach out and touch someone on the field
by Paul Zimmerman

KEEP AN EYE ON THE KIDS 34
The Chicago Cubs, led by young talent, are stirring up dust—and trouble—in the National League East
by Hank Hersch

CRAMMING FOR A BIG TEST 38
Steve Cram's triumphant kick in Oslo's Dream Mile restored his confidence as he heads for the Olympics
by Kenny Moore

NO FOE TO BE FOUND 40
What's Mike Tyson to do, now that he has all but wiped out the competition in the heavyweight division?
by Pat Putnam

A LIFE ON THE LINE 42
Giants tackle Karl Nelson, stricken 10 months ago by Hodgkin's disease, is working to get back into shape
by Jill Lieber

CATCH A RISING STAR 52
Sherri Turner, this year's LPGA champion, has added an astral element to her rapidly-improving game
by Jaime Diaz

DOC AND DARRYL 70
After their times of turmoil, the Mets' Doc Gooden and Darryl Strawberry are now stronger than ever
by Ralph Wiley

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 13
Pro Basketball 56
Inside Baseball 60
Television 67
For The Record 89
Point After 90

Cover Photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.

PHOTODAVID WALBERGRIGHT UP HIS ALLEY: This net judge was working a singles match on Court 3 at Wimbledon last week when a shot that went astray must have made him feel as though he were seeing doubles (page 18).