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Then And Now

ANNIVERSARY

EVOLUTION

WHAT EVER HAPPEND TO...?

By Albert Kim

Dateline: The Author Returns To Yesteryear To Report On A History-Making Football Game

BROWNS DESTROY EAGLES, 35-10, IN HUGE UPSET!

By Rick Reilly

CLASSIC MOMENTS

Twenty-five unforgettable scenes from the chronicle of sports

By Steve Wulf

Bob Cousy

COULD COUSY PLAY IN TODAY'S NBA?

Bob Cousy was brilliant in his day. But would he and his peers succeed in the game of the '90s?

By Alexander Wolff

COULD THE STARS OF TODAY SURVIVE THE OLD NBA?

By Alexander Wolff

SWEET MEMORIES

Orlando Cepeda

THE HEART OF A GIANT

Orlando Cepeda and San Francisco fell in love in 1958. The romance wavered but never died

By Ron Fimrite

33! Lakers

33! A STREAK TO REMEMBER

In November of 1971, the Los Angeles Lakers went on a roll. Twenty years later, their 33-game win streak is still the longest in pro sports history

Fait Elkins

THE TWISTS OF FAIT

An athlete of rare talent, Fait Elkins seemed destined for immortality but landed in obscurity

By Bil Gilbert

QUARTERBACKS QUANTIFIED

Can statistics decide who is best among history's great college QBs? Well, yes. And no

By Douglas S. Looney

Lenglen Vs. Wills

TENNIS EVERYONE?

When Helen Wills and Suzanne Lenglen clashed on the Riviera in 1923, the whole world awaited the news

By Franz Lidz

A Call To Arms

A CALL TO ARMS

World War II beckoned pitchers, boxers and all sorts of athletes to don a different kind of uniform. Here are the stories of five sportsmen whose lives were deeply affected by the war

By Ron Fimrite

What If?

BUBBLES AND THE BABE

A shocking suppositional revelation from an ex-showgirl

By Leigh Montville

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Mark Mulvoy