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14 And Then The Clock Showed 00:00
So it was sudden death—for pro football fans, that is—as the NFL's players struck against the game's owners
by Robert H. Boyle

18 Until We Meet Again (If We Do)
The Steelers beat the Bengals in overtime but feared that a strike might bring a dead end to their fine start
by Paul Zimmerman

22 Dunking for the Big Apple
A marathon man on land and in water, David Horning won the first swimming race around New York's Manhattan Island
by Dan Levin

24 Picking Up Where They Didn't Leave Off
Chagrined by last year's 5-6 record, Notre Dame came out roaring with a 23-17 win over archrival Michigan
by John Papanek

32 A Golden Horse on Any Course
Grass-loving Lemhi Gold won the Marlboro and kicked dirt in the faces of contenders for the Horse of the Year
by William Nack

34 This Robin Is a Rare Bird
Milwaukee's Robin Yount is baseball's best shortstop because he combines slick fielding and power hitting
by Robert W. Creamer

58 The Sugar Land Express?
The best high school runner ever, Ken Hall flopped in college and the pros but not in life
by Douglas S. Looney and Carlton Stowers


Scorecard 9
Baseball 42
College Football 46
TV/Radio 52
Soccer 56
For the Record 77
19th Hole 78

Credits on page 77

Cover photograph by Heinz Kluetmeier