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Books

Tattletales of the Tennis Racket

A new book dishes the dirt—and how—on pro tennis, and it's not a pretty picture

By Ron Fimrite

Reporter-At-large

A Somewhat More Modest Coup

As tanks rolled through Moscow, the author was in a remote corner of the Soviet Union landing the fish of his dreams

By Clive Gammon

Washington Redskins

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT

Washington proved its unbeaten record was no fluke by whipping up on Chicago 20-7

By Paul Zimmerman

The Roar of the Lions

By Peter King

Bobby Bonilla

Pirate on the Plank

Even as he tries to push Pittsburgh to postseason glory, free-agent-to-be Bobby Bonilla reckons that at season's end he may have to jump ship

By Bruce Newman

Cal-UCLA

Bear On the Loose

Once an object of derision at Berkeley, Russell White has led surprising Cal to a 4-0 record

By Austin Murphy

A New Leader of the Pack

By Douglas S. Looney

NHL Anniversary

Line Change

To commemorate the NHL's 75th anniversary, the Toronto Maple Leafs rode the rails to Montreal—and back in time

By Leigh Montville

Jock Dorms

Upstairs Downstairs

Athletic dorms have been legislated out of existence—they must close their doors by 1996—but many coaches, especially in the South, believe that the dorms are the best way to supervise players and produce winning teams.

By Alexander Wolff

Eric Green

The Beginning of the End

A fateful encounter put tight end Eric Green on track to become the most pivotal Steeler

By Peter King

Inside

THE NFL

By Peter King

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

College Report

COLLEGE REPORT

By William F. Reed

Baseball

Braves' New World

Upstart Atlanta won a thriller of a race for the title in the National League West

By Tim Kurkjian

Murray Pezim

YOU SHOULD HAVE IT SO GOOD

Murray Pezim, owner of the British Columbia Lions of the CFL, is one wild and crazy guy—and proud of it

By Douglas S. Looney

Yesterday

Syracuse's Bassackward Center

Fifty years ago an innovative coach turned his snapper around and turned college football on its head

By Matt Byrne

For The Record

A final lap for the King...Graf's grandeur grows...the Motor City becomes K-town

Edited by Michael Jaffe

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

'And Now I Say Goodbye'

In his Detroit Tiger radio farewell, Ernie Harwell showed far more class than his bosses did

By Steve Wulf

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Edited by Steve Wulf