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November 26, 1990 Table Of Contents

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Design

THE BAMBINO FROM GRENADA

Ruth and other U.S. stars appear on foreign stamps

By Tom Palmer

Games

MAN WITH THE WORLD ON A STRING

San Francisco dentist Tom Kuhn is a high priest of high-tech yo-yos as well

By Joe Bower

Sideline

THESE GAMES ARE STRICTLY FOR LAUGHS

Sport meets improv in madcap competitions staged in theaters and clubs

By Steven Winn

Business

IT'S NOT EXACTLY A MIDAS TOUCH

In the realm of failed franchises, Lee Meade has seen it all

By Greg Breining

Spotlight

SHE'S THE QUEEN OF HILL AND DALE

Lynn Jennings became the world cross-country champion the hard way

By Merrell Noden

OLDER AND WISER, NOW HE'S FAST EDDIE FOR SURE

Formula One frustrations behind him, Eddie Cheever excels in Indy Cars

By Sonja Steptoe

Viewpoint

LO, THE TOOLS OF INTELLIGENCE

Catcher Terry Kennedy knows the game and the lore

By Ron Fimrite

Perspective

CREATOR OF A GLASS MENAGERIE

Artist James Houston designs wildlife sculpture for the Steuben glassworks

By Kent Black

Denver Nuggets

FAST BREAK TO NOWHERE

Denver's hurry-up offense and pressure defense have set the Nuggets to running—and their foes to romping

By Hank Hersch

TAKING A SHOT AT 200

By Hank Hersch

A BUFFALO STAMPEDE

The volatile Bills are 9-1 and, for once, are letting their talent do the talking

By Paul Zimmerman

The Slims

TRUE GRIT

Monica Seles, newly No. 2, won a historic five-setter in the women's season finale

By Sally Jenkins

WORTH THE WEIGHT

By Bruce Newman

The 1990 Season

THE MIGHTY KEEP FALLING

This most exciting and madcap of college football seasons has produced upstarts and upsets aplenty

By Douglas S. Looney

St. Louis Blues

BLUE HEAVEN

Smart trades and an open wallet have turned things around for St. Louis

By Jay Greenberg

Moe Gardner

A MAN NAMED MOE

Husband, father, serious student, noseguard, All-America, Moe Gardner of Illinois dreams of a house in the country, not of the NFL

By Sally Jenkins

John Madden

Busman's Holiday

Coast-to-coast commuter John Madden likes what he sees as he rolls across America in his suite on wheels

By Peter King

Golf

SIDE BY SIDE BY SOLHEIM

Gerring and Mochrie, a matched pair, helped win the inaugural Solheim Cup

By John Garrity

College Report

COLLEGE REPORT

By William F. Reed

Inside

THE NFL

By Peter King

Roger Clemens

a moment of madness

Who is Roger Clemens—a hothead who boiled over in the playoffs or an overgrown kid driven by obsession?

By Liegh Montville

Focus

A DREAM WITH A KICK TO IT

A U.S. devotee sees a great future for a Thai sport

By Robert Horn

Books

AN UNUSUAL SENSE OF MISSION

The fictional trials of a quixotic college football coach

By Ron Fimrite

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Nov. 12-18

Compiled by Amy Nutt

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

EQUALITY BEGINS AT HOME

It's time to give black football coaches a chance

By William F. Reed

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Edited by Merrell Noden