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February 20, 1995 Table Of Contents

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On The Scene

Harlem in the Sagebrush

At Arizona's rustic Orme School, New York kids are hooping it up

By Kostya Kennedy

Maryland

Back From the Depths

Maryland is an ACC power once again, ending a decline that began with Len Bias's death

By Jack McCallum

Figure Skating

Queen For a Day

Nicole Bobek ruled at the nationals, but the ranks behind her are young and restless

By Johnette Howard

Golf

Dead Serious

All kidding aside, Tour funnyman Peter Jacobsen played great golf in winning back-to-back tournaments

By Jaime Diaz

Yachting

A Whole New Tack

As Shelley Beattie and Dawn Riley prove, the all-female America¬¨¬®‚Äö√¢• crew has both brawn and brains

By Kelly Whiteside

Pro Basketball

February Frenzy

The NBA's four days of All-Star madness even included a game

By Leigh Montville

Goalies

Seems Like Old Times

A new generation of star goaltenders like Felix Potvin (left) has emerged, recalling the days when netminders like Tony Esposito (above) ruled the game

By E.M. Swift

BASKING IN BERMUDA

Putting a fresh on a familiar vacation spot, our fair-haired models paint the island in splendid pastels

By Jule Campbell

Bermuda

THE ONLY WAY TO GO

Risking life, lamb, road rash and other perils, our intrepid reporter rented a scooter and took Bermuda by storm

By Kelly Whiteside

CAPTIVATED BY COSTA RICA

While exploring the rain forest, pristine beaches and mountain resorts, our raven-haired beauties add to the exotic flavor of Latin America's hottest new destination

By Jule Campbell

Costa Rica

LIKE FISH OUT OF WATER

Though loaded to the gills with piscatorial possibilities, Costa Rica was, for one bedeviled party of fishermen, a paradise lost

By E.M. Swift

Sports People

Mike Grier

By Gerry Callahan

Becky Spies

By Merrell Noden

Grace Ji-Eun Park

By Rick Lipsey

Lincoln McIlravy

By Douglas S. Looney

The Reids

Stormin' Mormons

Coach Roger Reid and sons Randy and Robbie have made BYU basketball a feisty family affair

By Austin Murphy

Fernandez-Zvereva

Terrible Two

Gigi Fernandez favors Armani; Natasha Zvereva digs Army surplus. But on the tennis court they join to form a perfectly matched set

By Sally Jenkins

Dan Donnelly

Donnelly's Arm

Revered Irish boxing champ Dan Donnelly died in 1820, but his once-feared limb endures

By Allen Abel

Red Klotz

The General Whose Army Never Wins

In a life of losing to the Globetrotters, coach Red Klotz of the Washington Generals has won over the world

By Tim Crothers

Inside

The NHL

By Christian Stone

High School Basketball

By Tim Crothers

The NFL

By Peter King

Bicycling

Where There's a Will, There's Rey

Acrobatic feats delight Hans Rey, king of the obscure sport of trials riding

By Preston Lerner

Perspective

Living Legacies

At the 1936 Games in Berlin, gold medalists got tiny oaks; some survive

By David Fleming

Point After

Let's Make a Deal

Despite a whiff in Washington, there's still a chance to save the 1995 baseball season

By Michael Bevans

Departments

TO OUR READERS

By Mark Mulvoy

Letters

FACES IN THE CROWD

Scorecard

Edited by Alexander Wolff and Richard O'Brien