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Reporter At Large

I've Got the Cheval Right Here

France's passion for horse racing is exercised in PMU betting cafès around the country

By Peter Mikelbank

Chess

The Harlem Gambit

The Raging Rooks had what it took at the national junior high school chess championships

By Franz Lidz

Powerlifting

Little Big Man

Andy Leonard, who came to America as a Vietnam War orphan, has become a very special champion

By Lisa Twyman Bessone

Basketball

When the Court Was a Cage

In the early days of pro basketball, the players were segregated from the fans

By Robert W. Peterson

Redskins-Oilers

Hog Heaven

With luck on its side, Washington prevailed in a grind-it-out overtime battle with Houston to stay unbeaten

By Rick Telander

Galloping like A Ghost

Arazi's stunning win in the Breeders' Cup evoked memories of the great Secretariat

By William Nack

Out of Their League

The Southwest Conference had a Texas-sized grin after Arkansas lost to Baylor

By Sally Jenkins

Auburn Football

The End May Be Nigh

After 10 years, Auburn coach Pat Dye appears to be losing his grip on his program as allegations of payoffs—and Tiger losses—mount

By William F. Reed

'91-92 NBA Preview

The Breaks Of the Game

IS THE OLD-FASHIONED FAST BREAK AN ENDANGERED SPECIES, OR IS IT JUST IN HIBERNATION?

By Jack McCallum

A Zone Of Their Own

ALONG THE OUTER EDGES OF HUMAN LIMITS, WHERE NBA PLAYERS PERFORM, THE GAME BECOMES A PHANTASM OF SPEED AND POWER

For Whom The Bulls Toil

BULLS COACH PHIL JACKSON USED DIPLOMACY—AND OCCASIONAL STRONG-ARM TACTICS—TO KEEP A FIRM HOLD ON HIS NBA CHAMPS

By Jack McCallum

Eye to Eye

CHICAGO AND PORTLAND SHOULD SQUARE OFF FOR TOP NBA HONORS, WITH THE BULLS WINNING A SECOND STRAIGHT LEAGUE TITLE

By Jack McCallum

The Shape Of Things To Come

REGGIE MILLER OF THE INDIANA PACERS IS ABOUT TO BECOME A FULL-BLOWN STAR

By Hank Hersch

the NBA

By Jack McCallum

Travels With Larry

WHEN THE BOSTON CELTICS TRAVELED WEST LAST FEBRUARY, THE AUTHOR GOT A CLOSE-UP OF LIFE WITH LARRY BIRD AND HIS TEAMMATES

By Jack McCallum

Inside

THE NFL

By Peter King

College Report

COLLEGE REPORT

By William F. Reed

Business

Baseball's Golden Oldies

Audiotapes of games past offer listeners a trip back through time

By Daphne Hurford

For The Record

Rider on the rebound...Ripken, the perfect O...now Prost can drive all the trucks he wants

Edited by Jon Scher

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Less Would Be More

Shortening the NBA's regular season would be healthier in every way

By Jack McCallum

Departments

FROM THE EDITOR

By John Papanek

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Richard Demak