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September 30, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

LONE STARS AT THE SOLHEIM CUP IN WALES, A SUPERIORITY IN SINGLES SPARKED A COMEBACK WIN BY THE U.S.

By John Garrity

CROWD PLEASER LIFE HAS CHANGED DRAMATICALLY FOR TIGER WOODS NOW THAT HE'S THE CENTER OF ATTENTION

By Jaime Diaz

THE WORD ACCORDING TO DAVE TO PROS AND DUFFERS ALIKE, THE WISDOM OF SHORT GAME GURU DAVE PELZ IS GOSPEL

By C.W. Nevius

MORRISON'S COMEBACK...SEATTLE'S FIRST SHORTSTOP SENSATION...A MAN NAMED MUD REMEMBERED...JOE SMITH CLEARED; ELIGIBILITY BATTLE (CONT.)...NFL THROWBACK CAMP

By Richard Hoffer; Matt Rudy EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

LOCH LOMOND HAD TWO STRIKES AGAINST IT BEFORE THE EVENT BEGAN CHIRKINIAN'S FINALE? PRESIDENTS CUP TO MOVE

By Tim Rosaforte

Environment

THE SPILL AND ITS SPOILS THE EXXON VALDEZ CRASHED IN 1989; THE DEBATE OVER RECOVERY STILL RAGES

By David Postman

NFL Extra

BUFFALOED BEATEN BADLY BY THE BILLS, DALLAS'S VAUNTED OFFENSIVE LINE LOOKED LIKE JUST ONE MORE COWBOYS PROBLEM AREA

By David Fleming; Austin Murphy; John Walters

WILL THE CHIEFS STILL BE PRO BONO WHEN THEY NEED TO GO 80 YARDS IN A TWO-MINUTE DRILL?

By Paul Zimmerman

College Football

IN HIS CHILD'S FOOTSTEPS AT HARNELL JUNIOR COLLEGE, JEFF SHAFFER HAS JOINED SON ADAM IN THE TRENCHES.

By RICHARD DEUTSCH

GATOR BAIT TENNESSEE FELL PREY TO A FAST-STRIKING FLORIDA TEAM THAT IS NOW RANKED NO. 1 IN THE NATION

By Tim Layden

DEVIL OF AN UPSET ARIZONA STATE ENDED NEBRASKA'S 26-GAME STREAK AND JOINED THE NATIONAL-TITLE RACE

By Tim Layden

Departments

Motor Sports

MORE BUMPING AND BANGING THAT (AND TONIER FANS) DISTINGUISHES PICKUP TRUCK RACING FROM THE WINSTON CUP

By Martin Dugard

FACES IN THE CROWD

Baseball

WHAT A WEEK! SEVEN DAYS IN SEPTEMBER WERE FILLED WITH FEATS ON THE FIELD AND PENNANT FEVER FROM COAST TO COAST, JUST LIKE IN THE OLD DAYS

By Tim Kurkjian; Tom Verducci; Gerry Callahan

Boxing [bonus Piece]

'The Fight's Over, Joe'

More than two decades after they first met in the ring, Joe Frazier is still taking shots at Muhammad Ali, but this time it's a war of words

By William Nack

NOTRE DAME COULD BREATHE EASIER AFTER SQUEAKING PAST THE LONGHORNS REVERSAL OF FORTUNE FOR LSU AND AUBURN

By Kostya Kennedy; Christian Stone

HOW THE UPSTART VIKINGS BLITZED THE PACK MANNING'S DRAFT OPTIONS MOUTHY GEORGE SLAPPED WITH SUSPENSION

By Peter King

COLLECTIVE INSANITY YOU DON'T NEED A PSYCHIC TO TELL YOU THAT NO BASEBALL IS WORTH HALF A MILLION BUCKS

By Gerry Callahan