26
FIGHT TO THE FINISH
Feisty little Ian Woosnam outlasted a wave of challengers and won over an unfriendly gallery at the Masters
BY JOHN GARRITY

32
P-P-P-P-PLAY B-B-B-BALL!
In a shivery series in Chicago, the Cubs got an early jump on the Pirates in the National League East race
BY STEVE RUSHIN

40
HORROR SHOW
Galloping goons and gratuitous gore marred the dramatic opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs
BY JAY GREENBERG

46
SPITZ WAS BLITZED
Taking the plunge again at 41, Mark Spitz lost a 50-meter butterfly race to Tom Jager by a huge margin
BY RICHARD HOFFER

50
BREAK OUT THE BUBBLY
After majoring in football at Toledo, tight end Jerry Evans will almost certainly be celebrating on NFL draft day
BY DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

68
HORN OF PLENTY
David Robinson, the Spurs' 7'1" center, has become a player of such note that he could be the NBA's MVP
BY BRUCE NEWMAN

72
WEDNESDAY WONDER
Soccer fans in England didn't think Yanks could play football worth a farthing. Then John Harkes arrived
BY CLIVE GAMMON

90
FADING FAST
Thoroughbred racing in the U.S. is being run into the ground by offtrack betting and other legalized gambling
BY WILLIAM F. REED

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

19
SCORECARD

77
MARATHON

78
BASEBALL

84
PRO BASKETBALL

106
FOR THE RECORD

108
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN IACONO

PHOTORONALD C. MODRAOne, Two, Three, Kick!: A Pirate chorus line of Doug Drabek (15) and Jeff King hoofed it after a pop-up during last Saturday's game against the Cubs. Though he made this play, Drabek, the 1990 National League Cy Young Award winner, came up a loser, 7-3, for the second time in the season's opening week (page 32).

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)