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BELTING IT OUT OF THE PARK ANTHEM ANNIE AIMS TO SING IN EVERY BASEBALL STADIUM IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES

By Franz Lidz

Golf Plus

GO-TO GUYS WHEN THE RYDER CUP GETS ROUGH, ALL EYES TURN TO THE MEN WHO ARE TOUGH IN THE CLUTCH

By Jaime Diaz

GOING FOR BROKE THERE WAS NO LETUP IN SIGHT DURING A PHOTO FINISH AT THE CANADIAN OPEN

By Tim Rosaforte

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

CLASS ACT THREE ROOKIES ARE ABOUT TO GO WHERE NO GROUP OF FIRST-YEAR PLAYERS HAS EVER GONE BEFORE

By Rick Lipsey

THE GANG'S ALL HERE! AS THE AUTHOR LEARNS, HAVING A GOOD TIME IS HARDLY A HANDICAP AT THE WORLD'S LARGEST TOURNAMENT

By Austin Murphy

By Tim Rosaforte

THE LAST DANCE "IF EUROPE CAN'T WIN, THE RYDER CUP WILL TAKE A GIANT STEP BACKWARD"

By Jaime Diaz

Design

GETTING INTO THE SWIN CHEMICAL HEIR HENRI DU PONT'S NEW GAME PUTS A POPULIST SPIN ON GOLF

By Joanna Cohen

NFL Plus

By David Fleming

By John Walters

By William F. Reed

By Paul Zimmerman

By Mark Mulvoy

CARL BANKS FASHIONING A NEW CAREER

By David Fleming

BRIAN WASHINGTON A CHIEF BY DAY, A CHEF BY NIGHT

By John Walters

KEVIN BUTLER GETTING HIS KICKS

By William F. Reed

HENRY ELLARD AERIAL PURSUITS

By Julian Rubinstein

Bicycling

TO REACH NEW HEIGHTS TRIPS FOR KIDS SHOWS DISADVANTAGED YOUTHS THAT THEY CAN CLIMB MOST ANY MOUNTAIN

By Eileen Hansen

Perspective

THE MAN FOR ALL SEASONS WASHINGTON POST COLUMNIST SHIRLEY POVICH, 90, IS ONE OF SPORTS' LIVING MONUMENTS

By Saul Wisnia

On The Scene

OF DENIM AND VENOM EVERY MARCH RUSTLERS WRANGLE RATTLERS AT A ROUNDUP IN SWEETWATER, TEXAS

By Jennifer Briggs

Tennis

ACE OF HEARTS FOR STEFFI GRAF AND PETE SAMPRAS, THE U.S. OPEN WAS NEVER SO SWEET

By S.L. Price

Surfing

CHAIRMAN OF TH LONGBOARD IN OR OUT OF WATER, THE ENDLESS SUMMER'S ROBERT AUGUST IS A MASTER CRAFTSMAN

By Michael Cannell

College Football

THROWN FOR A LOSS WHILE PENN STATE BARELY WON AND FELL IN THE POLLS, NEBRASKA KEPT ON ROLLING, EVEN AMID CONTROVERSY

By Tim Layden

Baseball

WHO'S THE BOSS DAVEY JOHNSON MAY HAVE CINCY IN FIRST PLACE, AND RAY KNIGHT WENT 0-2 IN A CAMEO, BUT THE REDS KNOW...

By Tom Verducci

FEAR OF FAILURE HIS LIFETIME AVERAGE IS .335--AND CLIMBING!-- BUT AS TONY GWYNN ZEROES IN ON A SIXTH BATTING TITLE HE STILL HONES HIS STROKE AND OBSESSES OVER HIS VIDEOTAPES

By Richard Hoffer

Pro Football

BACK WITH A VENGEANCE EMMITT SMITH AND THE RESURGENT COWBOYS CRUSHED THE BRONCOS--AND ARE PRIMED TO GET EVEN STRONGER

By Austin Murphy

NOW IT'S D AS IN DOLPHINS

By Gerry Callahan

COWBOYS FOR SALE THE NFL IS NOT AMUSED BY MAVERICK OWNER JERRY JONES

By Richard Hoffer

Environment [bonus Piece]

THE LAST DAYS OF FLORIDA BAY TRASHED BY POLLUTERS AND ABANDONED BY BUREAUCRATS, A GREAT AMERICAN WILDERNESS IS BEING STARVED OF ITS LIFEBLOOD: FRESH, CLEAN WATER

By Carl Hiaasen

By Tim Kurkjian

By Peter King

By Christian Stone

THE PLEASURES OF HIS COMPANY "THE WORST THING ANYONE EVER SAID ABOUT CAL RIPKEN IS THAT HE NEVER MISSES A GAME."

By Tom Verducci

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