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An American Summer

IN THE END, NOTHING TOPPED THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE

By Jack McCallum

Focus

TWO FOES BURY THE HATCHET, BUT NOT THE COMPETITION

By J.E. Vader

Little League World Series

WAY TO GO, GANG

At the Little League World Series, Trumbull, Conn., beat Taiwan for the first U.S. win since '83

By E.M. Swift

College Football Preview '89

All for 1

NOTRE DAME WILL CHARGE TO ANOTHER NATIONAL TITLE

By Austin Murphy

Hit Men

Big Bad Bear

BAYLOR LINEBACKER JAMES FRANCIS HAS QUIT BASKETBALL AND IS READY TO GRAB THE FAME HE DESERVES

By Austin Murphy

TOP 20

By William F. Reed

Safeties First

USC'S HOT SAFETIES MARK CARRIER AND CLEVELAND COLTER ARE OPPOSITES WITH A COMMON CAUSE

By Austin Murphy

Futility U

KANSAS STATE WINLESS SINCE 1986, HAS ONE CLAIM TO FAME: IT IS AMERICA'S MOST HAPLESS TEAM

By Douglas S. Looney

CONFERENCES

INDEPENDENTS

Keynote Kid

AT THE PIANO OR AT QUARTERBACK, FRANK BAUR OF LAFAYETTE GIVES A VIRTUOSO PERFORMANCE

By Bruce Newman

DIVISIONS

A Most Unusual Man

ROLAND ORTMAYER HAS BEEN TOUCHING PLAYERS' LIVES AT DIVISION III LA VERNE FOR FOUR DECADES

By Douglas S. Looney

Notes

NOTES

By William F. Reed

Ernie Davis

A Life Cut Short

By William Nack

Inside

Baseball

By Peter Gammons

Oh Magnífica!

Oh Magnífica!

Off the Azores a trout angler hooked an enormous marlin and lived to tell an incredible tale. Beside it, the story of that big white whale, well, pales

By E.M. Swift

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Aug. 21-27

Compiled by Sarah B. Schmidt

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

SCORE ONE FOR INTEGRITY

Bart Giamatti acted forcefully in banishing Pete Rose

By Steve Wulf

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

By Jill Lieber