18
BOSTON'S WILD WEEKEND
The joint was jumpin' in Bean Town as the Bruins, the Celtics and the Red Sox all gave real cause for joy
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

24
EASY DOESN'T DO IT
Thomas Hearns defeated Michael Olajide for the WBO super middleweight title but wasn't impressive
BY RICHARD O'BRIEN

26
BLUES FOR THE JAZZ
As its series with Phoenix began, Utah was hitting some sour playoff notes—just as it did one year ago
BY JACK McCALLUM

34
DRUCE ON THE LOOSE
In a boffo show, obscure Cap John Druce brought the Rangers to their knees in the Patrick Division playoff finals
BY PAUL FICHTENBAUM

38
BRINGING UP JUNIOR
Young Ken Griffey Jr., son of a baseball star, is already the kind of player candy bars are named for
BY E.M. SWIFT

46
OUT OF THEIR LEAGUE?
Now it appears that Penn State's much ballyhooed admission to the Big Ten may never come to pass
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

50
TOO MUCH, TOO YOUNG
Mary Pierce, 15, is trying to fulfill her promise on the tennis tour and please an overbearing father
BY DAVE SCHEIBER

66
GLOVE STORY
Sometimes, Freud might have said, a baseball glove is nothing but a baseball glove. Just try telling that to major leaguers
BY STEVE WULF AND JIM KAPLAN

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

13
SCORECARD

54
BASEBALL

61
GOLF

64
BOWLING

85
FOR THE RECORD

86
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY RICHARD MACKSON

ILLUSTRATIONBLAIR DRAWSONA BOY'S (OR GIRL'S) BEST FRIEND: A baseball glove is no mere artifact. For players from Little League to the majors, a good glove is something to be cherished, even adored (page 66).

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)