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May 4, 1992 Table Of Contents

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Design

To Climb Every Mountain

These wheelchairs are designed to put disabled athletes on trails once reserved for off-road vehicles

By Stacey Colino

Soccer

An American Goes Dutch

Nick Theslof left his Ohio home for a chance to play topflight soccer in Holland

By Hank Hersch

North Stars-Red Wings

The Stars Shine Again

Working its familiar playoff magic, Minnesota pushed favored Detroit to the brink of elimination

By Jon Scher

New Dawgs, New Tricks

Spring drills reaffirmed that once ground-bound Georgia could soar with well-armed Eric Zeier

By William F. Reed

NFL Draft

Under Construction

The Packers, who once again have new leadership, laid the cornerstone for a fresh foundation by drafting Florida State's Terrell Buckley

By Peter King

Inside

The NFL Draft

By Peter King

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

America's Cup Trials

Storm Amid the Lull

America¬¨¬®‚Äö√¢• and New Zealand took leads in an America's Cup series enlivened by controversy and a Dennis Conner comeback

By E.M. Swift

Randy Johnson

PICTURE PERFECT PITCHER

Randy Johnson, the Seattle Mariners' 6'10" southpaw, is one of baseball's most explosive—and eccentric—moundsmen

By Richard Hoffer

Inside/Baseball

The Elias Analyst

By Steve Hirdt

Flashes In the Pan

FOR MANY PLAYERS, BASEBALL IS A SPORT OF METEORIC RISES AND FALLS—LIKE THE MAJOR LEAGUE FLAMEOUTS OF JOE COWLEY AND THREE OTHER SHOOTING STARS

By Franz Lidz

Interview

Leigh Steinberg

This agent to the stars insists that in the money game, he plays by the rules

By Franz Lidz

Horse Racing

A Long Shot Pays Off

Self-taught jockey Gwen Jocson, last year's top winning apprentice, attended the school of hard knocks

By Stefanie Scheer

Books

Two Wild and Crazy Guys

Dizzy Dean and Billy Martin are well served in these new baseball biographies

By John Garrity

For The Record

Carl & Co. are like a broken record...A clincher for the U.S. ...Holmes takes Foreman under advisement

Edited by Sally Guard

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Youth Has Been Served

The NFL has been tapping underclassmen, and the results have been mostly for the good

By Rick Telander

Departments

FROM THE MANAGING EDITOR

By John Papanek

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf

Rundown on the Pirates

Pittsburgh lost several key players during the off-season, but the two-time division champion hasn't missed a step

By Steve Rushin

HEAD TO HEAD

A mentor-protègè coaching rivalry heated up Seattle's series with Golden State

By Jack McCallum