CONTENTS

July 07, 1991

14
SMASH DANCE
Mike Tyson beat Razor Ruddock in a tough rematch of heavyweights that went the full 12 rounds
BY PAT PUTNAM

20
'I'M SICK AND I'M SCARED'
The author, a former NFL star, has a dread disease that he blames on performance-enhancing drugs
BY LYLE ALZADO

28
UNITED, THEY STOOD
As civil unrest ravaged Yugoslavia, that country's superb basketball team won the European championship
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

32
A MAJOR DEVELOPMENT
Meg Mallon won the LPGA Championship with a dramatic putt and put the grandes dames on notice
BY SONJA STEPTOE

36
THE SKY'S THE LIMIT
Toronto's fabulous SkyDome offers baseball fans just about everything they might desire. Even baseball
BY STEVE RUSHIN

40
LEGEND OR MYTH?
Lloyd Daniels was a storied playground basketball player, but his once bright prospects have taken a sorry turn
BY DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

52
HELLO, MUDDAH
A writer returns to Camp Keewaydin, where he spent three summers as a boy, and finds it's still a great place
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

47
PRO BASKETBALL

50
BASEBALL

64
FOR THE RECORD

66
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY PETER READ MILLER

PHOTOCHUCK SOLOMONOverhand Overhead: This bird's-eye view from a perch in the Skydome roof shows Blue Jay ace Jimmy Key about to launch a pitch plateward (page 36).

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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)