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December 9, 1991 Table Of Contents

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Perspective

After the Fall

A tragic accident on Mount Washington left the survivor groping to understand the death of his climbing partner

By Andrew Nemethy

Tennis

The Man Who Reshaped Tennis

Inventor, novelist, curator, engineer Siegfried Kuebler made fat a force with his widebody racket

By Franz Lidz

Interview

Wilt Chamberlain

He seeks his place in a world where guards dominate and sex isn't safe

By John Garrity

Skins Game

Cash Cow

Rookie John Daly was the big winner at the lucrative Skins Game, though he didn't take home the most money

By John Garrity

To the Top with A Rush

Florida capped a remarkable two-year turnaround by putting the clamps on Florida State

By William F. Reed

Detroit Pistons

Engine Trouble

The Pistons are sputtering—and muttering—as they try to regain championship form

By Jack McCallum

Cincinnati Bengals

This Team's A Scream

Goaded by a vociferous Sam Wyche tongue-lashing, the Cincinnati Bengals upset the New York Giants. Still, their stunning decline isn't over

By Peter King

The NIT

Ridin' Roughshod

Oklahoma State's Byron Houston ramrodded the Cowboys to the NIT title

By Phil Taylor

French Toast

Cooking at home, France unexpectedly burned the U.S. to win the Davis Cup for the first time since 1932

By Sally Jenkins

Dikembe Mutombo

No Holding Him Back

With unrestrained play, Nugget rookie Dikembe Mutombo has shown he's no 'project'

By Leigh Montville

IN HIS GRASP

The sure-handed acrobatics of Michigan's Desmond Howard should make next week's announcement of the Heisman winner a mere formality

By Sally Jenkins

Boxing

Big Win for Little Mac

Buddy McGirt battled brilliantly in seizing the WBC welterweight crown from Simon Brown

By Pat Putnam

Inside

College Basketball

By Phil Taylor

The NFL

By Peter King

Tough Mothers

TWO TOUGH MOTHERS

Bettie Taylor and Bonnie Lindros want the best for their sons, pitcher Brien Taylor and center Eric Lindros, and they aren't intimidated by major league baseball or the NHL

By Charles P. Pierce

Equestrian

Clearing Life's Hurdles

For 1991 Rider of the Year Margie Goldstein, overcoming obstacles is second nature

By Jon Scher

For The Record

Flying sticks and other tricks...Will Straw and Davis mix?...The Famous Chicken's in a fix

Edited by Jon Scher

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

In a Class by Himself

When Badger Bob Johnson died on Nov. 26, U.S. hockey lost its biggest and best booster

By E.M. Swift

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Mark Mulvoy

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf