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July 11, 1994 Table Of Contents

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Oh, Brother, What a Team

The barnstorming Fredrickson boys were a baseball sensation of the 1920s

By Chad Millman

Beating the Bushes

Duke-bound Alaskan basketball star Trajan Langdon is playing baseball in the minors

By John Garrity

The Blue Days

After two World Series wins, the Toronto Blue Jays have crash-landed

By Tim Kurkjian

Horse Racing

Back on Track

At 87, Johnny Longden has been rejuvenated by a sleepy-eyed colt

By Stephanie Diaz


The Last Hurrah

Pete Sampras and Conchita Martinez were the winners at Wimbledon, but Martina Navratilova stole the show

By S.L. Price

World Cup

Out of Reach

Brazil was too much for a gutty but overmatched U.S. team

By Alexander Wolff

No Way To Die

A Colombian player was slain because of a mistake he made in a loss to the U.S.

By Jack McCallum


Firsts, But Not Equals

Glenn Robinson and Ed Jovanovski, the No. 1 picks in basketball and hockey, respectively, offer a study in contrasts

By Michael Farber

SI's 40th Anniversary

A Day of Prowess

For this 1956 SI Classic, America's greatest living poet sat in the grandstand and mused about an all-American affair, baseball's All-Star Game

By Robert Frost

Buddy Ryan


During his 37-year career Buddy Ryan, new coach of the Arizona Cardinals, has inspired two emotions: love and hate

By Gary Smith

Pro Football

Now Hear This!

The Audiblizer will stop noisy crowds from drowning out signals

By Christopher Botta


Swain's Way

His good manners aside, Cliff Swain seldom spares his opponents

By Bill Beuttler


Mulligan Stew

The game's most convenient tool has a most confounding history

By Tim Crothers



By Tim Kurkjian

Point After

The Hero Trap

Dwight Gooden's suspension is further evidence of the folly of worshiping sports stars

By Tom Verducci





Edited by Jack McCallum