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CONTENTS

July 01, 1991
July 01, 1991

Table of Contents
July 1, 1991

Games
Books
Dodgers
Football
Bora Milutinovic
Chuck Finley
Leroy Burrell
Television
Grand Canyon
Sideline
Point After

CONTENTS

14
THE PRIDE OF THE DODGERS
Great pitching, a tradition with the Dodgers for years, is back on display in Los Angeles, which is leading its division
BY NICHOLAS DAWIDOFF

This is an article from the July 1, 1991 issue Original Layout

20
RANKLED BY A WANKEL
The sports-car world was sent spinning when an upstart, the rotary-powered Mazda, won the 24 Hours of Le Mans
BY BRUCE NEWMAN

22
UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT
From Atlanta to L.A., the college football off-season has seen an unexpected number of players run afoul of the law
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

28
BORA! BORA! BORA!
New coach Bora Milutinovic hopes to lead the U.S. soccer team on a surprise attack on the 1994 World Cup
BY CLIVE GAMMON

34
CHUCKIN'
California Angel pitcher Chuck Finley is the best lefty in baseball. And he actually realizes how lucky he is
BY STEVE RUSHIN

44
SUPER POWER
Record-setting sprinter Leroy Burrell is already the fastest man alive, and, at 24, he's only going to get better
BY MERRELL NODEN

60
SIMPLY GRAND
Roughriding the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon can be both unbelievable and unforgettable
BY E.M. SWIFT

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

50
TELEVISION

52
BASEBALL

76
FOR THE RECORD

78
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY J. DANIEL/ALLSPORT USA

PHOTOSEBASTIEN DESNOULEZ/AGENCE D.P.P.I.Night Rider: It was an electric time in Le Mans, France, as sports cars like this Jaguar sped through the darkness that marks the middle hours of the famed around-the-clock race (page 20).