CONTENTS

May 05, 1991

16
STAR STRUCK
Lowly Minnesota stunned mighty Chicago and tough St. Louis to win the NHL's Norris Division crown
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

22
THE FANS' MAN
Dave Henderson has won hearts in the bleachers—and carried his A's through a rough start
BY STEVE RUSHIN

28
LOOSER IN LINCOLN
Coach Tom Osborne, who is under fire, has decided to open up Nebraska's ultraconservative offense
BY WILLIAM F. REED

32
UNBJORN
After myriad personal setbacks since he retired from the courts, Bjorn Borg made a sad return to tennis
BY CURRY KIRKPATRICK

40
THE YOUNG MASTER
Rarely has a young golfer caused as much of a stir as NCAA and U.S. Amateur champ Phil Mickelson
BY JOHN GARRITY

52
THE RAZOR'S EDGE
As the Reds chased a pennant in 1940, a dark family legacy tortured catcher Willard Hershberger
BY WILLIAM NACK

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY SIMON BRUTY/ALLSPORT

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

11
SCORECARD

46
PRO BASKETBALL

48
BASEBALL

66
FOR THE RECORD

68
POINT AFTER

PHOTOV.J. LOVEROHeaded for The Record Book: Rickey Henderson tied Lou Brock's big league mark for career stolen bases (938) on Sunday as his A's, who have been led so far this season by another Henderson, Dave, swept the Angels (page 22).

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
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