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May 3, 1993 Table Of Contents

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In a League of His Own

CBA commissioner Terdema Ussery II has risen from the back streets to the front office

By Kelly Whiteside


Learning to Live with Nature

A museum near San Francisco teaches visitors about their environment

By Nicholas Dawidoff


Daring Doctor of the Deep

On land Terry Maas is an oral surgeon; at sea he's a free diver who hunts huge tuna

By Ken McAlpine

No Baseball Heroes

Sign of the Times

Baseball idols like Joltin' Joe have given way to antiheroes like No Way Jose, players perceived as being greedy and aloof

By Tom Verducci

The Eagles

Rebuilding The Nest

The Eagles used the draft and a hectic week in the free-agent market to shake up their team

By Peter King

Inside the NFL Draft

By Peter King

Stanley Cup Playoffs

Twin Peaks

Grant Fuhr of the Sabres and Curtis Joseph of the Blues reached unexpected heights in leading their teams to shocking first-round upsets

By Jon Scher

Going for The Jugular

The Canadiens took a 3-2 series lead over the Nordiques in the eagerly awaited Battle of Quebec

By E.M. Swift

Penn State

Unhappy Days in Happy Valley

As Penn State prepares to tackle the Big Ten, insiders wonder if the new alliance has hurt the Nittany Lions

By William F. Reed

Lyn St. James

A Road Less Taken

After enduring years of macho scorn in racing, Lyn St. James has her own Indy Car team

By Jill Lieber

Sports People

Kevin McHale

By Leigh Montville

George Branham III

By Kelli Anderson

Veronica Ribot-Canales

By Douglas S. Looney

Chris Bosio

By Tim Kurkjian


the NBA

By Jack McCallum


By Tim Kurkjian


By Steve Hirdt, Elias Sports Bureau

The Unforgiven

By Tim Kurkjian

Charles Barkley

He's Everywhere

Charles Barkley is celebrated on buses in Phoenix, on basketball courts across the nation and in ads around the world

By Leigh Montville


Flying with Pasipo

A hang-glider pilot and his trained hawk soared above the mountains of Tanzania

By Carter Coleman

Motor Sports

Paving the Way to Indy

If Scott Goodyear doesn't win the 500, it won't be because he was unprepared

By Steve Hymon

Point After

A Discredit to Their Race

The weak field in the Kentucky Derby speaks for the state of the American racehorse

By William Nack



Faces in the Crowd


Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum