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CONTENTS

May 14, 1990
May 14, 1990

Table of Contents
May 14, 1990

Kentucky Derby
Knicks-Celtics
Senseless
Baby Boom
Rice And Harris
Volleyball
Squash
Inside
Yesterday
Perspective
Point After

CONTENTS

20
BOUND FOR GLORY
Joy was unrestrained all across the country as Unbridled won the Kentucky Derby for a lovely lady
BY WILLIAM NACK

This is an article from the May 14, 1990 issue Original Layout

28
OH, THOSE CHEEKY KNICKS
In a rousing comeback from a 2-0 deficit, Maurice Cheeks led New York past Boston in the NBA playoffs
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

36
SENSELESS
In U.S. cities, kids are killing kids over sneakers and other sports apparel favored by drug dealers
BY RICK TELANDER

50
NO MERE MR. NICE GUY
Blackhawk coach Mike Keenan isn't popular, but his team keeps on winning in the NHL playoffs
BY JAY GREENBERG

70
BABY BOOM IN BIRDIELAND
Mixing motherhood and golf is tough, but more and more pros find rewards in taking their kids on tour
BY SONJA STEPTOE

78
SACKED BY THE PROS
What befell Tony Rice and Major Harris, two of the most notable college quarterbacks, on NFL draft day?
BY DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

96
PRIMA DONA
Soccer superstar Diego Maradona can be as graceful as Michael Jordan or as disgraceful as John McEnroe
BY RICK TELANDER

DEPARTMENTS

8
LETTERS

15
SCORECARD

84
VOLLEYBALL

90
SQUASH

92
BASEBALL

111
FOR THE RECORD

114
POINT AFTER

COVER ILLUSTRATION BY JULIAN ALLEN

PHOTOJACQUELINE DUVOISINOH, YOU KID: Here pro golfer Terry-Jo Myers is playing with daughter Taylor-Jo at their Fort Myers, Fla., home, but like a number of other LPGA players, she also takes her toddler for a ride on the tour (page 70).