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Yesterday

Talk about Drooping the Ball

When catcher Mickey Owen did so in 1941, he made baseball history

By Jack Cavanaugh

First Person

A Jaw-Inspiring Swim, for Sure

With sharks in mind, the author ventured across the Santa Barbara Channel

By Ashby Harper

Perspective

Home on the Range

The Long Knockers Driving Range, in Philadelphia, is one urbanite's field of dreams

By Michael Sokolove

Games

It's the Real Thing, Virtually

The next wave in amusement is a something called "virtual reality," and it has already arrived in Chicago

By Franz Lidz

New Orleans Saints

Gumbo Ya-Ya

In other words, everybody in New Orleans is talking about the 5-0 Saints

By Ed Hinton

Ryder Cup

Blood, Sweat and Tears

The U.S. won the Ryder Cup, but not before many of the world's best golfers came a cropper

By John Garrity

Florida State-Michigan

Running Wild

Florida State tightened its grip on the No. 1 ranking with a fast and ferocious 51-31 rout of previously unbeaten Michigan

By Sally Jenkins

Beaten Like A Drum

It is even lonelier at the bottom than at the top, as the hapless Cleveland Indians can attest

By Steve Rushin

NHL 1991-92

Greed, Indeed

In its expansion strategy, as in too many other matters, the NHL has shown a passion for fool's gold

By Jay Greenberg

Why Not the Rangers?

In an era of parity, the New York Rangers—no dynasty they—will actually win the Stanley Cup

By Jay Greenberg

Blast From The Past

Jeremy Roenick, Chicago's fiery young center, is a throwback

By E.M. Swift

College Report

COLLEGE REPORT

By William F. Reed

Inside

THE NFL

By Peter King

DEION

By Peter King

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

Pat Dye

A NEW HEAD OF STATE

AUBURN COACH PAT DYE IS CREATING A LEGEND THAT MAY ONE DAY ECLIPSE EVEN THAT OF ALABAMA'S BEAR BRYANT

By Tom Junod

A TIGER'S TALE OF THE TAPES

By Tom Junod

Spotlight

Putting the Kart Before the Course

Champion go-karter Rich Hearn scraped together tuition for a French driving school, where he majored in chasing a Grand Prix ride

By Arthur St. Antoine

For The Record

For Connors and Seles, a purse of some worth...Philly's favored son an odd one...teachin' TJ

Edited by Michael Jaffe

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Rooting Against the Bullies

If the professionalized U.S. Olympic basketball team loses, this writer wants to be there

By Leigh Montville

Departments

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Richard Demak