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Reminiscence

Baseball in World War II

FDR let baseball continue, so we had a pastime played by graybeards, no-beards and other marvels

By William Jeanes

Sideline

Anaheim's Lost Patrol

Night after night, the angel of the parking precincts is Kevin (I'll Find Your) Carr

By Bruce Anderson

Blue Jays-Tigers

FLYING HIGH

The Blue Jays remained above the second-place Tigers in the American League East by winning a crucial series in Detroit

By Hank Hersch

Happy Days in Havana

Host Cuba powered its way to the gold medal in Pan Am Games baseball

By Merrell Noden

College Football '91 Preview

All Shook Up

Seismic shifts are altering the sport's landscape

By William F. Reed

THE stoppers

sweet dreams

Georgia Tech safety Ken Swilling's potential is no illusion

THE KID

Quarterback David Klingler of Houston gets free rein from his exuberant coach John Jenkins

By Bruce Newman

THE COACH

Houston coach John Jenkins has no apologies for his wild offense with the wide-open throttle

By Curry Kirkpatrick

BIG DADDY

Greg Skrepenak is the brute force behind No. 1 Michigan

By Hank Hersch

the top 10

By William F. Reed

DUDE with a 'TUDE

How good is Tennessee receiver Carl Pickens? Just ask him

By Austin Murphy

the second 10

CONFERENCES INDEPENDENTS

By Tim Crothers

DIVISION II

By Jeff Bradley

Clear Signals

For Gallaudet, a university for the deaf, the language may be different, but football is very much the same

By Bruce Newman

College Football '91

DIVISION I-AA

By Jeff Bradley

DIVISION III

By John Walters

Inside

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

Spotlight

Decision at Fayetteville

After a cardiac arrest that seemed to have snuffed out his life, MacKenzie Phillips is bidding to be a defensive standout for Arkansas

By Timothy Crothers

Nostalgia

Present at the Re-creation

Bob Robertson broadcasts baseball games the old-fashioned way—making it up as he goes along

By Doug Nufer

For The Record

Bout of the stout...pigskins in the pits...Hollywood's card Shark

Edited by Michael Jaffe

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

A Losing Bet

The line on legalizing sports gambling? The author says it's a bad idea

By William F. Reed

Departments

FROM THE EDITOR

By John Papanek

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf