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CONTENTS

July 15, 1991
July 15, 1991

Table of Contents
July 15, 1991

Focus
Games
Sideline
Wimbledon
Baseball Court
Mark Henry
Summer Basketball
Jenkins
Del Mar
Spotlight
Point After

CONTENTS

24
OUT OF THE MISTS
Michael Stich burst out of obscurity and Steffi Graf broke out of a dismal slump to win a gray Wimbledon
BY SALLY JENKINS

This is an article from the July 15, 1991 issue

30
RABBITS RUN
Madness reigned at the Bislett Games when the pacesetters went wild in the mile and 10,000-meter races
BY KENNY MOORE

32
DISORDER IN THE COURT
In a midseason judicial donnybrook, two SI baseball advocates slug it out before the bar over which league is the better one
BY STEVE WULF AND STEVE RUSHIN

42
HEAVY DUTY
Weightlifter Mark Henry, a 370-pound, 19-year-old Texan, is a prodigious prodigy who could be a world champ
BY SHELLEY SMITH

50
THE SUMMER GAME
Competition among basketball camps for high school stars is so hot the NCAA may have to cool it down
BY PHIL TAYLOR

54
GLORY AMID GRIEF
Battered but unbowed by family tragedy, Ferguson Jenkins looks toward his induction into the Hall of Fame
BY DAVID WHITFORD

68
A LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN
California's glorious, seaside Del Mar Racetrack has long been a star-studded paradise for horseplayers
BY WILLIAM NACK

DEPARTMENTS

12
LETTERS

17
SCORECARD

66
BASEBALL

88
FOR THE RECORD

90
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY CARYN LEVY

PHOTODEBORAH MALTE/VISUAL IMPACT

Daytona Dustup

In the 119th lap of Saturday's Pepsi 400 at Daytona, Darrell Waltrip's number 17 Chevy blew its top as it rolled over Joe Ruttman's Olds. Waltrip, the crown of whose gray helmet can be seen near the numeral 7, was not seriously injured.