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CONTENTS

Aug. 20, 1990
Aug. 20, 1990

Table of Contents
Aug. 20, 1990

Viewpoint
PGA Golf
Reds-Giants
Pro Football
Jose Canseco
Doug Flutie
Television
Golf
Point After
Departments

CONTENTS

20
GRADE A
Wayne Grady stepped out of the long shadow of fellow Aussie Greg Norman to win a PGA title unmarred by racial discord
BY JOHN GARRITY

This is an article from the Aug. 20, 1990 issue Original Layout

26
VROOOOM WITH A VIEW
In pastoral upstate New York, Ricky Rudd bided his time before reeling in a sweet road-course victory
BY SAM MOSES

28
THIS RACE IS A KICK
The first-place Reds held off the surging Giants as the War of the West took a wild and woolly turn
BY STEVE RUSHIN

36
EINE KLEINE NFLMUSIK
Pro football scaled a wall of unfamiliarity by staging an exhibition before a crowd of ardent Berliners
BY STEVE WULF

42
WHADDAYA SAY, JOSE?
A's slugger Jose Canseco has been burned by the spotlight, but he's way too big a superstar to be able to hide from it
BY RICK REILLY

52
FLUTIE'S B.C. CONNECTION
That's not Boston College, but British Columbia, where G.M. Joe Kapp tooted the horn of NFL outcast Doug Flutie
BY DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

66
HEY, HEY, HEY, GOODBYE
As a new Comiskey Park rises, Chicago White Sox fans bid a melancholy farewell to the majors' oldest ball yard
BY WILLIAM NACK

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY V.J. LOVERO

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

15
SCORECARD

56
BASEBALL

63
TELEVISION

64
GOLF

87
FOR THE RECORD

88
POINT AFTER

PHOTOROBERT WALKERSO WHERE ARE THE CANOES?: Heavy rains on the fifth day of the Women's Amateur Championship turned the Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit, N.J., into one giant water hazard (page 64).