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September 2, 1996 Table Of Contents

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On The Scene

PULLING OUT THE STOPS THE MOTHER OF ALL TUGS-OF-WAR IS HELD EACH FALL AT HOPE COLLEGE IN MICHIGAN

By Michael Finkel

Games

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD MONOPOLY IS SERIOUS BUSINESS FOR TIRE SALESMAN ROGER CRAIG, THE U.S. CHAMPION

By Franz Lidz

Focus

TO HELL AND BACK AFTER A DRUG-RELATED JAIL TERM, EX-NFL PLAYER EASON RAMSON IS RECLAIMING HIS LIFE

By Chuck Barney

49ERS QUARTERBACK Y.A. TITTLE NOVEMBER 22, 1954

By Ron Fimrite

Environment

A BAN THAT'S MAKING WAVES THE SAN JUAN ISLANDS HAVE LAID DOWN THE LAW: NO WET BIKES FOR TWO YEARS

By Douglas Gantenbein

Golf Plus

SORRY SITE AT THE WORLD SERIES IN AKRON, PLAY WAS ONCE AGAIN OVERSHADOWED, THIS TIME BY AN EXPLOSION

By Robinson Holloway

PALMER AND RANKIN PLAY IT SAFE WITH PRESIDENTS AND SOLHEIM CUP PICKS MIGHTY MITE DAVIES'S GAMBLING

By Tim Rosaforte

FACES IN THE CROWD

HAPPY CAMPERS AT THE LAST CADDIE CAMP, BOYS CONTINUE TO BE MADE INTO MEN THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY

By Rick Lipsey

U.S. OPEN DEBACLE...DOMINANT LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPS... NBC'S UNNECESSARY APOLOGY...POLL: NFL ROOKIES... DAWSON'S CAP PROBLEM...DEL MILLER: AN APPRECIATION

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Christian Stone

A VICTORY DANCE FOR TAIPEI

By Dana Gelin EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Christian Stone

AN IRON HORSEMAN

By William F. Reed EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Christian Stone

Departments

Golf

ROARING AHEAD IN HIS FINAL ACT BEFORE TURNING PRO, TIGER WOODS MADE HISTORY AT THE U.S. AMATEUR

By Jaime Diaz

College Football

TOTAL ECLIPSE BEHIND DOMINANT SOPHOMORE TAILBACK CURTIS ENIS, PENN STATE OUTSHONE USC 24-7

By Alan Shipnuck

NFL '96

BACK TO THE FUTURE IN A REMATCH OF THE FIRST SUPER BOWL, BETWEEN THE CHIEFS AND THE PACKERS, FOUR WORTHY MEN WILL REALIZE THEIR DREAMS

By Peter King

NOT JUST FOR KICKS AS THE LEAGUE GETS READY TO TEE THE BALL UP FOR A 77TH SEASON, A LOOK BACK AT 1995 SHOWS HOW OFTEN GAMES CAN TAKE A DECISIVE TURN ON THE PLAY OF SPECIAL TEAMS

EQUAL TIME THE ATTENTION NOW PAID TO THE KICKING GAME IS LONG OVERDUE

By Peter King

BOTTOM'S UP NO WONDER LONG SNAPPERS ARE THE GAME'S ODDBALLS: THE WORLD THEY VIEW BETWEEN THEIR LEGS IS UPSIDE DOWN

By Austin Murphy

TRUE LIES THE 1,000-YARD RUSHING YEAR, THE 300-YARD PASSING GAME, THE 100-CATCH SEASON DON'T MEAN WHAT THEY USED TO

By Michael Silver

AFC AGING BUFFALO IS GOOD FOR ONE MORE TITLE IN THE EAST, CINCINNATI WILL TEST PITTSBURGH IN THE CENTRAL, AND KANSAS CITY WILL HOLD OFF OAKLAND AND DENVER IN THE WEST

By Paul Zimmerman

AFC EAST

By Paul Zimmerman

AFC CENTRAL

By Paul Zimmerman

AFC WEST

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC DALLAS FACES A STIFF CHALLENGE FROM PHILADELPHIA IN THE EAST, GREEN BAY WILL RULE THE CENTRAL FOR A SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR, AND SAN FRANCISCO IS STILL THE TEAM TO BEAT OUT WEST

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC EAST

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC CENTRAL

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC WEST

By Paul Zimmerman

NFL '96 [bonus Piece]

UP FROM THE ASHES PACKER REGGIE WHITE PREACHES THAT GOD CAN RAISE A MAN TO THE SUPER BOWL AND A CHURCH FROM RUINS

By Johnette Howard

FIDDLING WHILE BASEBALL BURNS OWNERS SHOULD HAVE SIGNED THE NEW LABOR DEAL RIGHT AWAY, BUT IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO DO SO

By Tom Verducci