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November 14, 1994 Table Of Contents

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NFL Plus

THE NFC CENTRAL

By Jill Lieber

Spotlight

Mike Morris

By Franz Lidz

Reporter At Large

The Money Game

In the newly capitalist Czech Republic, golf is regaining its former luster

By Cindy Hahn

Skiing

No Crowds, No Condos, No Cappuccino

All Montana's rustic Turner Mountain has is great runs and great powder

By Michael Finkel

FACES IN THE CROWD

College Football

The Volunteer Army

That's what Ed Reinhardt's folks recruited to fight his devastating injury

By Douglas S. Looney

Foreman-Moorer

KO'd

With one blockbuster right to the chin of Michael Moorer, George Foreman stunningly regained the heavyweight crown

By Richard Hoffer

Pro Football

A Leap Of Faith

By beating the Patriots to go 7-2, the defense-oriented Browns continued to defy the skeptics

By Paul Zimmerman

Tennis

Venus Rising

At 14, fledgling pro Venus Williams has it all—talent, charisma and a tennis dad

By Sally Jenkins

Football

The Centurians

Massillon—McKinley is always Ohio's game of the year. This one was the game of the century

By Leigh Montville

Here's Mud in Your Eye

Each fall, players in a New England classic get down and indescribably dirty

By Michael Finkel

Hockey

Home, Sweet Home

A team of idled NHL stars returned to Russia and got a hero's welcome

By Michael Farber

SI 40th Anniversary

40 Pictures To Remember

Our 40th anniversary celebration continues with a portfolio of work by photographers who have captured moments that last forever

Did You Believe in Miracles?

Iooss

Hot Shot

For more than three decades the images of Walter Iooss Jr. have defined sports photography

By Bruce Newman

Curt Marsh

HIGH COST OF GLORY

Former Raider Curt Marsh lost his right foot to amputation, probably because of an injury misdiagnosed by a team doctor

By Shelley Smith

Inside

The NFL

By Peter King

High School Football

By John Walters

Focus

Secretariat with Wool

Llama racing has its own Triple Crown winner, a fleet fur ball named Clancy

By Franz Lidz

Weightlifting

A Heavy Favorite

Konstantine Starikovitch aims to be the first ex-Soviet on a U.S. Olympic team

By Mark Jacobs

Equestrian

A Three-Day Wonder

For two decades Bruce Davidson has been the king of three-day eventing

By Susan Davis

Baseball

O Lucky Man

A twist of fate saved Jack Lohrke from the worst tragedy in minor league history

By Ron Fimrite

Departments

TO OUR READERS

By Mary Mulvoy

Letters

Scorecard

Edited by Alexander Wolff and Richard O'Brien