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September 20, 1993 Table Of Contents

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Motor Sports

King of the Off-Road

Always driving solo, Ivan Stewart has won 57 races, including 12 Baja 500s

By Ken McAlpine

On The Scene

If You Gotta Have Hoops....

Finally, basketball camp is not just for lucky kids

By Jay Jennings


Doing the Groundwork

New Jersey's Jim Kelsey supplies many U.S. sports venues with a basic element—dirt

By Amy Nutt

Roller Basketball


Fusing roller-blading and hoops was an easy skate for ex-NBA center Tom LaGarde

By Franz Lidz


Beaten to the Draw

Pernell Whitaker outboxed Julio Cèsar Chàvez, but two judges denied him the win

By William Nack

Notre Dame

A Read On the Irish

Notre Dame, attacked in a recent book, gave Michigan both chapter and verse

By Richard Hoffer

U.S. Open

Serves and Follies

The U.S. Open was just so many crybabies and no-names until Pete Sampras and Steffi Graf dispatched the pretenders

By Alexander Wolff

A Few Feet Short

Unable to fill holdout Emmitt Smith's shoes, the Cowboys stumbled again

By Paul Zimmerman

Baltimore Orioles

Watch The Birdies

The Orioles soared into the picture in the American League East

By Steve Rushin

A Brave New World

By Ron Fimrite

Sports People

Greg McMichael

By Tim Kurkjian

Darryl Kile

By Steve Wulf

Mark Whiten

By Ron Fimrite

Beijing Olympics

An Upset by An Upstart?

Beijing appears to have the inside track to host the Summer Olympics in 2000

By William Oscar Johnson


College Football

By William F. Reed

the NFL

By Peter King

Jackie Sherrill


Is he one of America's greatest football coaches or is there something funny going on here?

By John Ed Bradley


Awash with Good Intentions

Buoyed by the success of his Clean Up Australia, Ian Kiernan is set to start scouring the globe

By Belinda Luscombe


Irish Blarney

'Rudy,' about a steelworker who fulfills his dream of playing for Notre Dame, packs sugar but no spice

By Franz Lidz

Point After

Death Has No Sting

Dr. George Sheehan, sage of the running boom, is writing his own finish to his final race

By Kenny Moore



By Mark Mulvoy


Faces in the Crowd


Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum