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January 29, 1996 Table Of Contents

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By Bill Colson

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

Pro Basketball

Toy Story

The Bulls are making child's play of foes as they shoot for a record 70 wins

By Phil Taylor

Figure Skating

A REAL GEM DANDY A SPARKLING PERFORMANCE BY MICHELLE KWAN AND A JEWEL OF A COMEBACK BY RUDY GALINDO PROVIDED THE HIGHLIGHTS AT THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

By E.M. Swift

Hockey

THE EAST IS A BEAST THE NHL, LIKE THE NFL, HAS ONE CONFERENCE THAT KEEPS CLOBBERING THE OTHER

By Michael Farber

College Basketball

TRYING TIMES AT PURDUE FACING INDIANA WAS THE EASIEST THING COACH GENE KEADY DID IN A WEEK FULL OF PERSONAL HARDSHIP

By Alexander Wolff

Swimsuits

SWIMMING TO SOUTH AFRICA

HOLD ON TO YOUR HATS AS WE SET OFF ON A THREE-PART ADVENTURE IN THE NEW SOUTH AFRICA: A DARING SAFARI IN A PRIVATE GAME PARK, A SWIMSUIT TOUR FROM THE CAPE PENINSULA TO THE KALAHARI DESERT AND A SEARCH FOR PROMISING YOUNG ATHLETES

WILD THINGS AT PHINDA, A PRIVATE GAME RESERVE IN THE NATAL BUSH, YOU CAN GET AS CLOSE TO THE ANIMALS AS YOU LIKE--SOMETIMES TOO CLOSE

By E.M. Swift

HOT SPOTS FROM THE BEACHES ALONG THE CAPE PENINSULA TO THE SANDS OF THE KALAHARI DESERT, OUR MODELS WARMED TO DAYS SPENT UNDER SOUTH AFRICAN SKIES

By Jule Campbell

SWINGING FOR THE FENCES SOWETO'S TALENTED YOUNG ATHLETES ARE STRIVING TO EXCEL, BUT THEY ARE HINDERED BY THE LEGACY OF APARTHEID

By Rick Reilly

Baseball

DO NOT DISTURB ROBERTO ALOMAR, THE ORIOLES' EXCITING NEW SECOND BASEMAN, KEEPS A LOW PROFILE OFF THE FIELD

By Tim Kurkjian

THE SIXERS PRACTICE PATIENCE WITH COLEMAN SIZING UP THE ANDERSON TRADE OUR ALL-STAR RESERVE CHOICES

By Jackie MacMullan

DANNY FORTSON IS A BEAR OF A CAT TEXAS TECH STANDS ATOP THE SOUTHWEST NEW ORDERS FROM PATTON

By John Feinstein

Super Bowl Xxx Preview

SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES THE COWBOYS AND STEELERS OF TODAY ARE HEIRS TO A CHAMPIONSHIP TRADITION THAT INCLUDES A COMBINED 11 SUPER BOWL APPEARANCES

RUNAWAY! THE COWBOYS' PUNISHING OFFENSE WILL TEAR THROUGH THE STEELERS' DEFENSE, AND DALLAS WILL WIN IN A...

By Peter King

NOT SO FAST IF THE STEELERS' DEFENSE CAN HARASS TROY AIKMAN AND SLOW EMMITT SMITH, PITTSBURGH MIGHT UPSET DALLAS

By Paul Zimmerman

SPITTIN' VENOM WHEN STEELERS LINEBACKER GREG LLOYD ISN'T LEVELING HIS FOES WITH DIRECT HITS, HE'S FLOORING SOMEBODY WITH HIS TONGUE

By Austin Murphy

ONE OF A KIND THE EMBATTLED BARRY SWITZER IS DOING THINGS IN HIS SINGULAR FASHION AS COACH OF THE STAR-STUDDED COWBOYS, AND HE'S SILENCING HIS CRITICS IN THE PROCESS

By Michael Silver

Super Bowl Xxx Preview [bonus Piece]

BRAZEN ARIZONA SUPER BOWL HOST CITY PHOENIX, LIKE THE REST OF THE 48TH STATE, IS SIZZLING, WITH MORE VISITORS, NEW RESIDENTS AND BIG-TIME SPORTS EVENTS THAN YOU CAN SHAKE A CACTUS AT

By John Walters

JUST THE RIGHT JOB HAVING SEPARATED FACT FROM FICTION, TAMPA BAY MADE A WISE CHOICE OF A COACH

By Peter King

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