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Focus

PAINTING AS A MINOR ART FORM

Artist John Hull has caught the moods of Louisville's Triple A Redbirds on canvas

By Rick Wolff

On The Scene

JUGGLING + JOGGING = JOGGLING

At an international jugglers festival in L.A., some took the balls and ran with them

By Shelley Smith

Viewpoint

NOT A VERY SPORTING SYMBOL

Indians have ceased to be appropriate team mascots

By Franz Lidz

Spotlight

FROM BENCH TO BLEACHERS

The A's Billy Beane quit playing to be a scout

By Jeff Bradley

U.S. Open

UPSET TIME

Teen ace Pete Sampras and a new Gabriela Sabatini were unlikely champions in one of the most surprising U.S Opens ever

By Alexander Wolff

Giants-Eagles

TERRIFIC TAYLORING

Lawrence Taylor cut a mighty figure as the Giants tore into the Eagles

By Paul Zimmerman

Atlanta Falcons

THE BIG BLACK ATTACK

Jerry Glanville's recharged Falcons enjoyed a dark victory against the Oilers

By Rick Reilly

Miami-BYU

TYING ONE ON MIAMI

Quarterback Ty Detmer led BYU to a stunning upset of the No. 1 team

By Hank Hersch

Hot Rod

PASS ME THE BREAD

Cleveland handed Hot Rod Williams $26.5 million, and the rest of the NBA felt the heat

By Jack McCallum

Bob Welch

1 PITCH AT A TIME

With the same resolve that governs his life as a recovering alcoholic, Bob Welch has pitched his way to a Cy Young-caliber season

By Ron Fimrite

College Football

VIRGINIA DARES TO TRIUMPH

After 29 straight losses to Clemson, sweet victory

By Austin Murphy

College Report

COLLEGE REPORT

By William F. Reed

Inside

THE NFL

By Peter King

A GREAT OUTDOORSMAN

By Peter King

BASEBALL

By Tim Kurkjian

Reminiscence

THE BELOVED DUKE OF WAIKIKI

Duke Kahanamoku starred in two Olympics and made surfing popular worldwide

By Jim Gullo

Nostalgia

MY RELUCTANT RETRIEVER

Percy hated hunting, but he gave squirrels fits

By David Morine

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Sept. 3-9

Compiled by Michael Jaffe

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

A COMMITMENT TO CYNICISM

Al Davis is insulting fans in L.A. and Oakland

By William Nack

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff