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Golf Plus

MCCUMBER'S RULES DID MARK MCCUMBER COMMIT THE GAME'S CARDINAL SIN? ONLY HE KNOWS FOR SURE

By Michael Bamberger

THE TOUR'S SECRET POLICE

By Jaime Diaz

STILL HURTING CURTIS STRANGE CAN'T ESCAPE THE NIGHTMARE MEMORIES OF HIS RYDER CUP COLLAPSE

By Tim Rosaforte

SCHOOL'S OUT ON '95

By Tim Rosaforte

A QUICK NINE WITH LEE JANZEN

By Lee Janzen

By Tim Rosaforte

Football

AN UNFLAGGING QUARTERBACK FORTY-YEAR-OLD BOB BUTARA IS A LEGEND IN THE U.S. FLAG AND TOUCH LEAGUE

By Joe Bower

NFL Plus

By David Fleming

By John Walters

By William F. Reed

By Paul Zimmerman

By Mark Mulvoy

LEE JOHNSON ALWAYS READY WITH STOCK ANSWERS

By David Fleming

DON MOSEBAR THE PROTOTYPICAL RAIDER

By John Walters

HENRY THOMAS THE ROAD TO RICHES

By William F. Reed

Soccer

WE CAN PLAY, BUT CAN WE ROOT? SAM'S ARMY WANTS TO TRAIN AMERICAN SPECTATORS TO BE WORLD-CLASS FANS

By Devon Jackson

Bicycling

WOODSTOCK ON WHEELS EVERY SUMMER THOUSANDS OF CYCLISTS REVEL IN RIDING EN MASSE ACROSS IOWA

By Michael Cannell

Focus

NONE WHO HAVE PLAYED IT ARE WELL AT VENERABLE ETON, BOYS ARE TOUGHENED BY THE BRUTAL, INCOMPREHENSIBLE WALL GAME

By Pico Iyer

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy; William F. Reed

Perspective

LITTLE LEAGUE'S CIVIL WAR IN '55 A BLACK ALL-STAR TEAM WAS SIDELINED BY A RACIAL BOYCOTT IN SOUTH CAROLINA

By Gene Sapakoff

Pro Football

Countdown

On Oct. 16, Brett Favre of the Packers began preparing for Sunday's game against the Vikings. Almost from the moment that Favre lifted himself, slowly and painfully, from his bed, SI's Peter King was at his side—at home, on the practice field, in team meetings. King's chronicle of Favre's week takes readers into the head and heart of one of the NFL's best young quarterbacks

By Peter King

REASON TO CHEER BACKUP QUARTERBACK ELVIS GRBAC PLAYED LIKE AN ALL-PRO AS THE 49ERS ROLLED OVER THE RAMS

By Michael Silver

Cross-Country

GOING THE DISTANCE WISCONSIN COACH PETER TEGEN ALWAYS HAS HIS WOMEN IN THE RUNNING FOR NCAA TITLES

By Lisa Gaumnitz

Baseball

THE FIRST INDIAN PENOBSCOT TRIBE MEMBER LOUIS SOCKALEXIS INSPIRED CLEVELAND'S NICKNAME

By Joanna Cohen

World Series

NAILED THE BRAVES WON GAMES 1 AND 2 WHEN THEIR PITCHERS LAID LOW THE INDIANS' VAUNTED HITTERS

By Tom Verducci

College Football

IRISH RISING QUARTERBACK RON POWLUS REDEEMED HIS FADING REPUTATION, AND NOTRE DAME REVIVED ITSELF, WITH A CONVINCING UPSET OF SOUTHERN CAL

By Tim Layden

0:00 TO GO TIME HAS RUN OUT ON THE SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE, BUT WHAT A TIME IT WAS

By Gary Cartwright

By Peter King

By Christian Stone

BRAIN STORM IN THE BIG TEN "IF NORTHWESTERN'S SEASON HAS BEEN HARD TO BELIEVE, IT HASN'T BEEN HARD TO ENJOY."

By Jeff Siegel

Celebrity

WHAT BO KNOWS NOW BO JACKSON HAD ALL THE FAME AND RICHES A TWO-SPORT CAREER COULD BRING. THEN HE DISCOVERED WHAT REALLY MATTERS

By Richard Hoffer

High School Football

SIDELINED EAST ST. LOUIS FOOTBALL COACH BOB SHANNON WAS A BEACON OF HOPE AMID DESPAIR. NOW HE'S OUT OF A JOB

By Darcy Frey SPECIAL REPORTING BY Don Yaeger

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