CONTENTS

April 28, 1991

22
NO JOKE
Evander Holyfield found George Foreman was to be taken seriously as a heavyweight challenger
BY PAT PUTNAM

28
THE OBJECT IS ROSES
This may be the year of the eunuch as gelding Dinard could triumph in a wide-open Kentucky Derby
BY WILLIAM NACK

36
'IT IS TIME, IT IS TIME'
As apartheid crumbles, South Africa is emerging from years as a sports pariah and may soon be back in the Olympics
BY WILLIAM OSCAR JOHNSON

42
BIG D DAY
The Dallas Cowboys went on the attack in the NFL draft and ended up taking all the right prisoners
BY PETER KING

50
SALES PITCH
A new home, the second Comiskey Park, is helping the White Sox forge their own identity in Chicago
BY TIM KURKJIAN

52
ONE FALSE MOVE
That's all it takes for a player to suffer the NBA's most feared injury—a torn anterior cruciate ligament
BY RICHARD DEMAK

66
RACKET SCIENCE
Billie Jean King, a dynamo in many careers, may be most compelling in her latest endeavor, teaching
BY SALLY JENKINS

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

15
SCORECARD

61
GOLF

62
PRO BASKETBALL

64
BASEBALL

85
FOR THE RECORD

86
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY WILL HART

PHOTOJOHN BIEVERThe Sincerest Form of Flattery; Check this out! Chuck Bodak may train Jorge Paez, a lightweight who won on the Holyfield-Foreman undercard, but Paez obviously sets the fashion trend in his corner.

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