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First Person

Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

The Dodgers' Tommy Lasorda isn't the only one who has been overworking his blender

By Penny Ward Moser

Television

And Now to the Tape

The sports highlights you see on the nightly news are often the work of Phoenix Communications

By Michael Jaffe

On The Scene

They Like Plane Living

Welcome to Spruce Creek, Fla., where you'll find an airplane in most every driveway

By John Grossmann

Meet a Runnin' and Ridin' Fool

There's precious little fame, to say nothing of riches, in ride and tie, but that doesn't dismay Tom Johnson

By Ken McAlpine

Environment

Ringing in a Second Century

Wing shooters and epicures are celebrating the ring-necked pheasant's centennial in the U.S.

By Michael Pearce

Softball

No Loafing Around Coach Meat

Marvin Lee Aday, a.k.a. rock 'n' roller Meat Loaf, is a devoted girls' softball coach

By Sally Guard

Motor Sports

Go, Granny, Go!

A septuagenarian with spunk who took up drag racing now reigns as queen of the strip

By Karen Karvonen

Design

Art You Can Really Get Into

Lance Richbourg draws on his baseball heritage as well as his talent as a painter to create unusual T-shirts

By Jim Kaplan

Inside

The Playoffs

By Tim Kurkjian

THE NFL

By Peter King

Pirates-Braves

It Was Touch and Go

Two one-run wins in Atlanta gave Pittsburgh an edge in the National League series

By Hank Hersch

Oklahoma-Texas

Three For Texas

For the third consecutive year a favored Oklahoma team fell to the Longhorns

By Austin Murphy

A Historic Chip

The conditions may have been ideal, but Chip Beck's 59 was still a remarkable achievement

By John Garrity

Bob Johnson

His Toughest Battle

The champion Pittsburgh Penguins are pulling for stricken coach Bob Johnson

By Jay Greenberg

Jason Hanson

BEST IN HIS FIELD

The talented toe of Washington State's Jason Hanson gives him a leg up on all college kickers

By Austin Murphy

Oscar De La Hoya

El Mejor

In his home precincts, East L.A.'s aspiring Olympic boxer Oscar De La Hoya is known as the best

By Richard O'Brien

The 100-Yard Dasher

As he was in high school and college, Emmitt Smith of the Cowboys is again a triple-figure threat

By Paul Zimmerman

College Report

COLLEGE REPORT

By William F. Reed

East Meets West

KATRIN THE GREAT

World sprint champion Katrin Krabbe and many other athletes from the former East Germany are undergoing culture shock

By Alexander Wolff

HEIKE DRECHSLER

By Alexander Wolff

HENRY MASKE

By Alexander Wolff

UDO BEYER

By Alexander Wolff

THOMAS LANGE

By Alexander Wolff

JÖRG HOFFMANN

By Alexander Wolff

Yesterday

Let's Hear It for the Rabbi of Swat

To boost attendance, the 1923 New York Giants signed minor league slugger Mose Solomon

By Ron Berler

Dogs

Dogged Determination

When a prize-winning Border collie works a herd during a sheepdog trial, there is no doubt who is in charge

By Donald McCaig

For The Record

LeMond's latest world-best not like the rest...Lindros's future looks fuzzy...Jose and his hard top

Edited by Michael Jaffe

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

A Real Birthday Bash

Even sacrificial lamb Cornell enjoyed Stanford's centennial celebration

By Richard Hoffer

Departments

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf

IN THERE!

Minnesota is World Series bound after sliding by Toronto in the American League Championship Series

By Steve Rushin