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On The Scene

An Artist's Field Day

Candlestick Park was the setting for Tom Rodrigues's daylong art show and baseball happening

By James Buckley Jr.

Atlanta Braves

Double Trouble

With Fred McGriff (left) and David Justice slugging, and four pitchers sizzling, the Braves closed in on the Giants

By Tom Verducci

Last But Not Least

Long Beach went to the end of its bench to get a hero and a Little League World Series title

By Jon Scher

NFL 93

HOW LONG WILL DALLAS REIGN?

As the NFL enters the '93 season, the questions it faces go far beyond what happens on the field

By Peter King

SUPER COLLIDERS

THE LAST ANGRY MEN

All the best linebackers play with chips on their shoulders

By Rick Telander

HARD CHARGER

San Diego's Junior Seau is at the crest of the new wave of NFL linebackers

By Jill Lieber

CONCRETE CHARLIE

Chuck Bednarik, the last of the 60-minute men, was a stalwart at both linebacker and center for the 1960 NFL champion Philadelphia Eagles

By John Schulian

PERILS OF A NEW ERA

Who knows what dangers lurk in the realm of the salary cap

By Peter King

KISS THAT PAST GOODBYE

A onetime street fighter, Dolphin Bryan Cox doesn't want his family to endure what he did growing up

By Jill Lieber

THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

Cleveland safety Eric Turner is out to erase the disappointment of last year with a hard-hitting '93

By John Garrity

JUST A KID AT HEART

Raider defensive end Anthony Smith has found his calling—helping kids from poor neighborhoods in L.A.

By Richard Hoffer

THE BIGGEST COWBOY

Erik Williams has emerged from obscurity to become one of the game's premier tackles

By Peter King

THE LIONS' MAIN FEATURE

Herman Moore, an incurable devotee of the silver screen, should have a leading role at the Silverdome this fall

By Peter King

GENTLE AS A GRIZZLY

Ram defensive tackle Sean Gilbert likens his disposition to that of a bear whose turf has been invaded

By Hank Hersch

Dr. Z's Scouting Report

afc east

By Paul Zimmerman

afc central

By Paul Zimmerman

afc west

By Paul Zimmerman

nfc east

By Paul Zimmerman

nfc central

By Paul Zimmerman

nfc west

By Paul Zimmerman

Tennis

He Was No Ordinary Joe

Fifty years ago a dashing Navy officer named Joe Hunt won Forest Hills in the last match of his life

By Bud Collins

Focus

Aunt Rosie, All-Star Seamstress

In half a century Rose Ficarelli has worked magic on most of the uniforms worn by Chicago's athletes

By Michael Finkel

Baseball

The Girls of Summer

In Chicago a six-year-old league offers women a chance to play the men's game

By Bill Beuttler

Point After

Mending a Broken Hart

Have you ever wondered what an injured football player goes through? Ask Hart Lee Dykes

By Leigh Montville

Departments

FROM THE MANAGING EDITOR

By Mark Mulvoy

Letters

Faces in the Crowd

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum