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November 30, 1992 Table Of Contents

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Perspective

The Vibes of Victory

Sports fans know that the strains of 'Rock and Roll Part II' can turn chumps to champs

By Lisa Twyman Bessone

Environment

A Sighting for Sore Eyes

At one time extinct in the area, Atlantic salmon have been seen spawning in a Connecticut river

By Sam Lardner

Boxing

From Russia with Glove

Sergei Kobozev hopes to make a name for himself as a fighter in the United States

By Steve Hymon

Shaq

Prince of the City

NBA rookie sensation Shaquille O'Neal brought his 7'1" act to New York last weekend, where he took in the sights, charmed the locals and then did battle with the Knicks and Patrick Ewing

By Jack McCallum

Miami-Syracuse

Close Encounter

Miami stayed No. 1 by hanging on for a narrow win at Syracuse

By Austin Murphy

Mystery

Mystery At Sea

After a massive sea and air search, the 60-foot racing sloop Coyote, was found capsized in the North Atlantic, but the fate of her skipper, round the world sailor Michael Plant, was still unknown

By E.M. Swift

L.A. Kings

Kings Again

No Gretzky? No problem. Rookie coach Barry Melrose has L.A. winning anyway

By Jon Scher

Cortez Kennedy

Just Warming Up

In his third pro season, Seattle's Cortez Kennedy has succeeded the late Jerome Brown, who was his best friend, as the NFL's best at his position

By Jill Lieber

Riddick Bowe

The Family Man

Heavyweight champion Riddick Bowe fancies himself a humorist, but he's dead serious about living up to his nickname: Big Daddy

By Steve Hymon

Inside

College Football

By William F. Reed

The NFL

By Peter King

PROFILE

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

Tennis

A Tale of Two Women

Monica Seles easily defeated Martina Navratilova in a telling year-end finale

By Sally Jenkins

Sports Fanatics

Out of Bounds

THERE ARE SPORTS NUTS, AND THEN THERE ARE REAL WACKOS LIKE THESE, WHO HAVE CROSSED THE LINE BETWEEN FAN AND FANATIC

By Franz Lidz

First Person

A Night with Tim

On a camping trip with his seriously ill nephew, the author discovers what really matters

By Sydney Lea

Design

Doing the Mnemonic Hop

Can bouncing on a floating trampoline really massage the memory?

By Franz Lidz

Football

A Gent Agent

By answering a letter, the author helped the Dallas Cowboys lasso a basketball player

By Dan Peterson

Point After

Youth Must Be Heard

College football players are demanding a say, and coaches ignore them at their own risk

By William F. Reed

Departments

FROM THE MANAGING EDITOR

By Mark Mulvoy

Letters

FACES IN THE CROWD

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum