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Fitness

Go Make like a Washing Machine

Taking the line of greatest resistance in a pool is but one of the latest ideas in the wonderful world of fitness

By Lisa Twyman Bessone

Reminiscence

We Were All Just Wild about Harry

In '64, Harry Litwack guided Temple to a championship. His off-court guidance proved even more important

By B.G. Kelley

First Person

When the Weather Is Frightful, Go Fish

Venturing forth in the worst that winter can offer, to cast for steelhead trout, is some anglers' idea of heaven

By David Guterson

Perspective

A One-Man Spectacular: Holliday on Ice

Chicago's Larry Holliday has persevered during hard times to become skating's unlikeliest rising star

By Lisa Twyman Bessone

On The Scene

More than Just a Day at the Beach

A lifeguard's life is more than zinc oxide, SPF numbers and whistles, as the 1990 All-Women tournament proved

By Sally Guard

Focus

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Comet—TWINKLE!

An astronomer goes to great lengths to add Comet Austin to her life list. And a car thief gets an assist

By Penny Ward Moser

Spotlight

She's the Ponytailed Princess of Hoop

Pennsylvania's can't-miss miss will head for Notre Dame after finishing her phenomenal high school career

By Jack McCallum

Alpine Championships

White Heat

With the gulf war rumbling in the distance, the Austrian skiers sizzled on their home slopes and dominated the World Alpine Ski Championships

By William Oscar Johnson

Southern Miss

Spoon Dishes It Out

Clarence Weatherspoon has helped implement a Southern Miss surge

By Hank Hersch

The Winner Was a Zinger

Paul Azinger had the best line on three courses that made up the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

By John Garrity

Tim Hardaway

To the Point

Guard Tim Hardaway, an unlikely Warrior No. 1 draft choice, has become an NBA All-Star

By Bruce Newman

The Old One-Two

A sizzling Porsche hare (above) softened up the opposition for its victorious teammate at Daytona

By Richard O'Brien

Benito Santiago

Man With The Golden Gun

Benito Santiago has the arm that all other catchers covet. But his career as a Padre has yet to take off

By Bruce Newman

Xavier McDaniel

X

XAVIER MCDANIEL HAS ALREADY LEFT HIS MARK ON THE PHOENIX SUNS, WHO HOPE HIS ARRIVAL WILL HELP BRING AN NBA TITLE

By Bruce Newman

Mary Joe Fernandez

the Graduate

By choosing friends and school over a full-time tennis career, Mary Joe Fernandez proved that success can wait

By Austin Murphy

the next wave

Florida whiz kid Kelly Slater is revolutionizing surfing with his breathtaking aquabatics

By Franz Lidz

Swimsuits' 91

Nautical and Nice

By Jule Campbell

Swimsuits '91

French Revelation

Forget about beaming us up, Scotty. Club Med 1 is magnifique, and no one made us dance the hokey-pokey

By Steve Wulf

Mr. Stiv's Excellent Adventure

Or how I survived marauding monkeys, cheeky lizards and big fish and learned love Bali

By Steve Rushin

Robert Gamez

caught in the glare

Despite his Vegas roots, cocky walk and flashy pro golf debut, Robert Gamez isn't all glitz

By John Garrity

Carl Nafzger

Still a Cowboy at Heart

Though he has won horse racing's biggest prizes with Unbridled (right), Carl Nafzger remains a rodeo man deep down

By William F. Reed

Eric Manuel

Odd Man Out

Three years after the scandal that stained Kentucky, its coaches and three players, only Eric Manuel is still paying a heavy price

By Alexander Wolff

Hockey

Great While It Lasted

Pittsburgh's Mario Lemieux returned in fine fashion from an 11-month layoff, only to be reinjured

By Jay Greenberg

Pro Basketball

The NBA

By Jack McCallum

Inside

College Basketball

By Phil Taylor

THE PHOENIX RISES

By Hank Hersch

Butcher

THE DOGGED PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE

Susan Butcher is mushing towards record fifth win in the Iditarod race

By Sonja Steptoe

Business

He's in His Element in the Elements

Yvon Chouinard, the man behind Patagonia outfitters, does his best work in the rugged outdoors

By John Steinbreder

Update

Tiny Still Specializes in Making Assists

Nate Archibald, once the NBA's big little man, is now a big, big man to the poor who frequent a New York City shelter

By Franz Lidz

FOR THE RECORD

One school renamed...another unnicknamed...endangered manatees reprieved

Edited by Michael Jaffe

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

A Most Suspicious Snub

What are the real reasons for the annual rejèction of former tight end John Mackey by Hall of Fame voters?

By Rick Telander

Departments

FROM THE EDITOR

By John Papanek

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf