CONTENTS

March 13, 1989

THE WEEK THAT WAS 18

Baseball: The Mets were battlin' and bussin'
by Bruce Newman

Tennis: It was a brand new Mac attack
by Curry Kirkpatrick

Track & Field: A dirty coach comes clean
by Merrell Noden

Football: Aftershocks from the Cowboy deal
by Hank Hersch

Hockey: A Red Wing on ice for keeps
by Bruce Newman

Baseball: A young Angel on the ascent
by Bruce Anderson

Horse Racing: As usual, Easy does it
by Demmie Stathoplos

HORNS OF A DILEMMA 34
Michael Jordan continues to carry the Chicago Bulls, but how much more abuse can his body take?
by Jack McCallum

FANNING THE FLAMES 38
Calgary's immensely improved defense has given fuel to thoughts of victory in the Stanley Cup playoffs
by Austin Murphy

ON THE BRINK AGAIN 42
After a rocky start, Indiana and Bob Knight are ready to take a run at one more NCAA championship
by William F. Reed

A CLIMATE FOR DEATH 48
Drought and extreme weather conditions continue to wreak havoc on wildlife in the American West
by Penny Ward Moser

MY BROTHER, MY TEAMMATE 54
High school hoops stars Jason, and Carlin Warley of Philadelphia offer colleges a perplexing deal
by Michael Bamberger

BORN TO SERVE 64
Andre Agassi, the No. 4-ranked tennis player, was recently born again. Now, if he can only grow up
by Curry Kirkpatrick

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 8
Scorecard 13
College Basketball 60
For The Record 79
Point After 82

Cover Photograph by Bill Smith

PHOTOGEORGE TIEDEMANNHI-YO, DUMBO!
Florida Derby day at Gulfstream Park was also Race of the Indian Elephants day. Packy Derm (right), Buddy Hasher up, came home the winner—by a long nose, no doubt (page 28).

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)