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Perspective

A HURDLER'S GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY

By Bud Collins

Red Sox-Yankees

YANKEES GO HOME

Boston bullpen ace Lee Smith saved the day—and two games—as the Red Sox sent the Yankees packing and took control of the American League East race

By Ron Fimrite

Rams-Raiders

A SHOWDOWN LA-LA STYLE

In the triennial tussle for Los Angeles bragging rights, the Rams finally beat the Raiders—to stay undefeated this season

By Rick Reilly

Reggie Ho

HO, HO, HE'S A HERO

Reggie Ho's six field goals and 'voodoo' routine have made him a Notre Dame star

By William Nack

Summer Olympics

THE SPIRIT FLAMES A NEW

The Seoul Olympics began with spectacle in the stadium and serenity outside it

By William Oscar Johnson

RING FOUL-UP BY THE U.S.

Anthony Hembrick (left) missed his bus—and bout—and Kelcie Banks took it on the chin

By E.M. Swift

HER GOLDEN MOMENT

Janet Evans made winning the U.S.'s first gold medal look easy

By Craig Neff

The Mourning Anchor

Bryant Gumbel, NBC's Olympic host, is alone at the top—all alone with the memory of his father

By Rick Reilly

Hockey

THE LATE-BLOOMING FLOWER

Out of the game four years, Guy Lafleur attempts a comeback

By Austin Murphy

Horse Racing

COMEBACK FOR 'SHEBA

Alysheba redeemed himself in the Woodward

By Demmie Stathoplos

Inside

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

College Football

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

By Jaime Diaz

THIS OLD COWBOY HIRED HIMSELF A WINNER

By Hank Hersch

Spotlight

THE HIGH-PRICED YUGO

Dra‚Äö√¢√†‚àö¬∂en Petrovi‚àÜí‚àö° is a Seoul-seeker with moves

By Alexander Wolff

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Sept. 12-18

Compiled by Roger Jackson

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

TO SEE IS TO BELIEVE

The Olympic Games offer an image of peace

By Frank Deford

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf