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October 18, 1993 Table Of Contents

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To The Reader


By Mark Mulvoy

Faces in the Crowd


The Woman Who Runs with the Wolves

Biologist Diane Boyd has spent 14 years studying the animals in the far reaches of the Rockies

By Perri Knize

On The Scene

Old Masters to Go

Superb antique cars took to the track at Laguna Seca

By Bruce Newman


An Athlete's Ordeal

Emir Grci‚àÜí‚àö√ü, a former Bosnian soccer star and a Muslim, barely escaped his troubled homeland

By Christopher Merrill

Michael Jordan

'The Desire Isn't There'

Michael Jordan told the press he has nothing left to prove, but that may be only one reason for his abrupt retirement

By Jack McCallum

The NBA's Long, Cold Summer

By Phil Taylor

NL Playoffs

Stretching It Out

Philadelphia took a 3-2 series lead over Atlanta in a showdown of two teams that like their action to go long and late

By Steve Rushin

AL Playoffs

Backs to the Wall

The hotheaded White Sox got cooled off by Juan Guzman and fell behind the Blue Jays 3-2

By Tom Verducci

Florida State

One Giant Step

Florida State finally beat Miami. Now all it has to do to become national champion is defeat Notre Dame, Florida and five other teams

By Sally Jenkins

Kick Start

With placekickers deadlier and defenses stingier, NFL games are becoming field goal duels

By Peter King

Sports People

John McKissick

By Gary Smith

Bob Watson

By Steve Wulf

Dave Stockton

By Art Spander


the NFL

By Peter King

College Football

By William F. Reed


Triumph on Sacred Ground

After the Zambian soccer team perished in a plane crash, a new team rose to bring hope to a troubled nation

By Leigh Montville


The Arctic Circle Gambit

For nearly 1,000 years a tiny, desolate island to the north of Iceland was a hotbed of chess

By Michael Finkel

Horse Racing

The Iceman's Watering Hole

George Woolf's Derby, near Santa Anita, was the great jockey's personal haunt. It may still be

By William F. Reed


A Duffer's Shangri-la

You can now play the country's best-known holes on one extraordinary course in Texas

By Michael Konik


The Indomitable Snowman

Norman Vaughan first sledded in Antarctica at 24; he plans a return this year, at 87

By Amy Nutt

Harness Racing

Make It A Double

The Triple Crown of trotting eluded American Winner when he came up a loser

By William F. Reed

Point After

Knocked for a Loop

For sports fans in the Windy City, it was a turbulent and troubling 48 hours

By Rick Telander




Edited by Richard O'Brien