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October 17, 1994 Table Of Contents

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Horse Racing


Team Valor offers anyone a chance to own a piece of a pricey thoroughbred

By Stephanie Diaz


A Stitch in Time

Combining sports and embroidery changed the life of jailed felon Ray Materson

By Amy Nutt


The Aquatic Ambassador

To bring nations together, Lynne Cox swims across troubled waters

By Caroline Alexander

College Football

A Second Chance

Marshall's Chris Parker survived a tragic accident to excel on the gridiron

By Kostya Kennedy

Twice Is Doubly Nice

Boston College beat Notre Dame for the second straight year, this time with ease

By John Walters

Dust In the Wind

Colorado State took Arizona's Desert Swarm by storm

By Tim Layden


Trash at the Top

Conquerors of Mount Everest have left its base camps awash in garbage

By Jim Gullo


Routine Perfection

How did Tom Amberry set the world free throw record? Focus, focus, focus

By Jay Feldman



High Voltage

The undefeated San Diego Chargers electrified their fans by shocking the Kansas City Chiefs 20-6

By Tom Verducci


Proceed With Caution

Martina Hingis turned pro and another 14-year-old, Venus Williams, is about to, though almost everyone agrees they're too young

By Sally Jenkins


Putting On a Show

While the NHL slumbers, the International Hockey League is giving crowds a rousing time

By Michael Farber


Miami Whammy

The Hurricanes blew away Florida State's perfect record

By S.L. Price


Bluegrass Blues

It has been a grim year at Kentucky, where a player was murdered and the coach's wife threatened

By William F. Reed

Denver Broncos

Dire in Denver

After an 0-4 start, John Elway and the Broncos got finally got straightened out

By Peter King

World Amateur

Tale of a Tiger

Young Tiger Woods was a winner again, this time at the World Amateur Team Championship

By Jaime Diaz

Marv Levy

No Joke

Four Consecutive Super Bowl losses have made Buffalo Bill coach Marv Levy a target of jests, but seriously, folks, he's one of the NFL's best

By Rick Telander



By Peter King

College Football

By John Walters

On The Scene

Wagon Strain

The action is fast and furious at the national chuckwagon races

By Michael Ray Taylor


This Eight Is Great

The U.S. men's heavyweight eight is back on top of the world

By Kelli Anderson

Point After

Arrivederci, Mario

A long ride as one of auto racing's great drivers came to an end for Mario Andretti

By Bruce Newman




Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien