CONTENTS

May 26, 1991

28
IT'S IN THE STARS
Our man catches North Star fever as Minnesota takes a 2-1 lead over Pittsburgh in the Stanley Cup finals
BY STEVE RUSHIN

34
TRYING TO HANG ON
Whether or not their team survives its NBA playoff series against the Bulls, some Pistons may be moving on
BY JACK McCALLUM

40
A REAL FAIRY TALE
After having been foiled in the Kentucky Derby, Hansel enjoyed a much happier ending in the Preakness
BY WILLIAM E. REED

42
CATCHING SOME Z'S
A Dutchman overtook France's Team Z on the closing day of a Tour Du Pont that was anything but sleepy
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

46
THE EMPIRE STRIKES OUT
On the 30th anniversary of perhaps their greatest season, the Yankees arc very far from being a dynasty
BY FRANZ LIDZ

54
PROTECTOR OR PROVOCATEUR?
Dave Foreman, cofounder of the radical environmental group Earth First!, is about to go on trial for conspiracy
BY DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

58
STEPPIN' OUT
Seventeen-year-old tennis star Monica Seles has made herself into a cross between Suzanne Lenglen and Madonna
BY CURRY KIRKPATRICK

74
HE'S GOTTA PITCH IT
Filmmaker and superfan Spike Lee has thrown some new curves all his own into sports advertising
BY RICK REILLY

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

21
SCORECARD

69
GOLF

70
BASEBALL

96
FOR THE RECORD

98
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY OZZIE SWEET

PHOTOMANNY MILLANWho Is That Mask Man?: You don't have to be any more than knee-high to a grasshopper to know, even without seeing his face, that this is a picture of Bill Laimbeer, the Piston with the plastic puss and the concrete body, whose team last week began its NBA playoff battle with the Bulls (page 34).

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