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July 22, 1991 Table Of Contents

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TV

What Voice Through Yonder Mike Doth Speak?

'Tis the Orioles' Jon Miller, the bard of baseball's play-by-play men

By Franz Lidz

Cincinnati Reds

Dusted

The world champion Cincinnati Reds' slide from the heights continued as the Pittsburgh Pirates rudely swept them at home

By Tim Kurkjian

A Sizzler

Meg Mallon beat the heat and won a tense U.S. Open for her second major title in a row

By John Garrity

Where Eagles Care

As training camp opened in Philly, quarterback Randall Cunningham started mending fences with his once resentful teammates

By Peter King

Holyfield-Tyson

Let's Get Ready to Rumble!

Heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield will finally fight Mike Tyson because, after much wheeling and dealing, that's what both men want

By Richard O'Brien

Ben Johnson

CLEAN AND SLOWER

That Ben Johnson is not the runner he was on steroids is clear to everyone but Ben Johnson

By Kenny Moore

Dave Dravecky

'Let's Make the Best of It'

Ex-Giants Dave Dravecky hasn't lost faith after having his pitching arm and shoulder amputated.

By William Nack

A Fan's World

SPORTS IN THE YEAR 2001

Just by staying home, fans in the 21st century will become part of the action

By William Oscar Johnson

Sport In The Year 2001

WHAT IF THEY HELD A SPORTING EVENT AND NOBODY CAME?

The author decries a future in which television replaces the camaraderie of the crowd

By Ron Fimrite

Inside

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

Jack Clark

This is the life that Jack Built

Red Sox slugger Jack Clark looks back in anger

By Rick Reilly

Focus

Just Another Day at the Office

Siblings Brent and Chris Frohoff follow the sun on the professional beach volleyball and surfing circuits

By Richard Hoffer

For The Record

Arocha's adios...Brooks trades rolls for goals...the future looks bleak for Zeke

Edited by Michael Jaffe

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

A Father's Lament

A dad's joy over his kids' swimming is tempered by thoughts of the many children kept from play

By Rick Telander

Departments

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf