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April 19, 1993 Table Of Contents

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Perspective

Black Is Golden

That's gospel in the lucrative world of sports marketing, in which sales for pro teams featuring black in logos and uniforms are red hot

By Franz Lidz

Rugby

Another Hein, Another Football

The grandson of an NFL Hall of Famer is tearing 'em up on rugby pitches around the world

By Austin Murphy

The Masters

Meisterful

Germany's Bernhard Langer put on a gutsy show to maintain Europe's stranglehold on the Masters

By Rick Reilly

Bo Jackson

Hip, Hip, Hooray

With one swing, Bo Jackson made the greatest comeback of them all

By Tom Verducci

Seattle SuperSonics

Peaking, Or Just Piqued?

SuperSonic coach George Karl is treading on egos to get his gifted team set for the playoffs

By Jack McCallum

North Stars

Spleen for Green

Norm Green is reviled in Minnesota for his decision to move the North Stars south

By Leigh Montville

The Legend Grows

Mario Lemieux and the Penguins have staked new claims to greatness

By Jon Scher

Quarterbacks

TWO for ONE

Drew Bledsoe and Rick Mirer are the draft's classiest passers

By Bruce Newman

Chris Webber

Beating the Blues

Chris Webber is doing just fine, thank you, after his infamous NCAA Tournament gaffe.

By Phil Taylor

Sports People

Michael Andretti

By Ed Hinton

Rene Arocha

By Steve Wulf

Chanda Rubin

By Sally Jenkins

Xeno Müller

By Michael Jeffe

Horse Racing

Bound for The Downs

Prairie Bayou is headed for the Kentucky Derby after winning the Blue Grass

By William F. Reed

Inside

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

INSTANT ANALYST

By Peter Hirdt/Elias Sports Bureau

Shoemaker

From Fame to Shame

Bill Shoemaker, a casualty of his own drunk driving, has lost respect by launching lawsuits to shift the blame for his tragic folly

By William Nack

Tennis

A Pal in Kalamazoo

George Acker's commitment to his players has brought Kalamazoo College title after title after...

By Stefanie Scheer

Boating

Full Throttle Offshore

California's Anna Dalva is spending pots of money to make a name for herself in Open Vee powerboat racing

By Sally Guard

Point After

A Hall of Shame Candidate

NHL president Gil Stein's rigged Hall of Fame election casts the NHL in a sorry light—again

By E.M. Swift

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SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum