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October 31, 1994 Table Of Contents

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Captain America

JoAnne Carner made the Solheim Cup into goodwill games and still led the U.S. to a rout of Europe

By Tim Rosaforte

Viva E1 Rancho

Since the 1920s, Rancho Park Golf Course has been an oasis in the sprawl of Los Angles

By Alan Shipnuck

On The Rise

This year Tom Lehman has established himself as one of the best golfers in the world

By Tim Rosaforte


By Amy Nutt

One Hundred Years of Pulchritude

The book celebrating the USGA's centennial is as beautiful as the game itself

By John Garrity

College Football

Frosty the Showman

Pacific Lutheran coach Frosty Westering proves you can have fun and win

By David Guterson

Wild, Wild WAC

In a battle of unbeatens, Utah whacked Colorado State in a typical topsy-turvy affair

By S.L. Price

NFL Plus


By Jill Lieber

A Play That Will Live in Infamy

By Nancy Morgan

Steve McMichael

By Jill Lieber

Pro Soccer

Now the Hard Part

Creating a U.S. Division I league hasn't been as easy as staging World Cup '94

By Hank Hersch


Rutgers Is to Die For

College football's 125th anniversary adds zest to a family passion

By Kelly Whiteside



Nothing but Net

In "Hoop Dreams" three filmmakers take on two prep stars, and all win

By James E. Reynolds

NFL Midseason Report

Money Can't Buy Success

At the halfway mark in the 1994 season, a simple truth about free agency has emerged: The highest bidder is not necessarily the biggest winner

By Peter King

MVP Stan Humphries

By Austin Murphy

Emerging Offensive Player Ben Coates

Emerging Defensive Player Darren Woodson

Life with Deion

Unsung Hero Bernie Parmalee

Off with Their Heads!

Slick Kick Theory



Away Games

The start of the Japan Series served as a stark reminder of what Americans are missing this fall

By Tom Verducci


Going For the Flag

Dottie Mochrie's aggressive play inspired a U.S. victory over Europe in the Solheim Cup

By Jaime Diaz

Golf's Grand Old Man

Harvey Penick, ace teaching pro and now best-selling author, just turned 90

By Tim Rosaforte

Ernie Irvan

On THE Mend

Ten weeks after a crash that nearly killed him, Ernie Irvan is back on his feet and is hoping to race again

By Ed Hinton

SI 40th Anniversary

The Sweet Life of Swinging Joe

In this 1966 SI Classic, Joe Namath slips comfortably into his new role as New York celebrity and football's first megabuck superstar

By Dan Jenkins


Rescue at Sea

When a boat skippered by Josh Hall (right) began to sink during an around-the-world yacht race, a competitor gallantly saved him

By Josh Hall



In the New England Small College Athletic Conference, athletes compete for one reason: love of the game

By Douglas Looney


College Football

By John Walters

Point After

The Sound of One Hand Clapping

The decision to pass out MVP and other baseball awards was as half-baked as the '94 season

By Steve Wulf




Edited by Alexander Wolff and Richard O'Brien