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Books

ONCE POWERFUL, STILL PROUD ONLY WAR MEANT MORE THAN FOOTBALL IN THE GAME'S EARLY DAYS AT THE IVY SCHOOLS

By Ron Fimrite

Golf Plus

BETTER THAN EVER AFTER AN UNHAPPY YEAR OF CHANGE ON AND OFF THE COURSE, DOTTIE PEPPER HAS COME BACK STRONG

By Alan Shipnuck

A GRAND PLAN FOR A GOLF STADIUM IS CLOSE TO BECOMING A REALITY DALY FALLS OFF THE WAGON OLD COURSE UPDATED

By Tim Rosaforte

THE THRILL IS GONE BECAUSE THE SENIOR TOUR HAS LOST ITS STAR POWER, THE AUTHOR HAS LOST INTEREST

By Jaime Diaz

Pro Football

HOW ZEBRAS GET THEIR STRIPES THE NFL RECRUITS OFFICIALS WHO THRIVE UNDER STRESS--ON AND OFF THE FIELD

By Rick Lipsey

ONE MORE RUN STAKING YET ANOTHER CLAIM TO SUPER BOWL CONTENTION, THE AGING BILLS KNOCKED OFF THE UNBEATEN COLTS

By Austin Murphy

DELAY OF GAME THE NEXT GENERATION OF STAR QUARTERBACKS, WHO SHOULD BE UP AND COMING BY NOW, INSTEAD ARE DOWN AND OUT

By Peter King

NFL Extra

BUCKING BRONCOS WITH A MORE BALANCED ATTACK AND A NEW FAMILY ATTITUDE, FRISKY DENVER IS OFF TO A SURPRISING 5-1 START

By David Fleming; John Walters

PASSING YARDAGE IS DOWN, BUT DEFENSIVE SCHEMES DON'T DESERVE ALL THE CREDIT

By Paul Zimmerman

Baseball

HIS MEMORY IS PERFECT DON LARSEN RECALLS DETAILS OF HIS FLAWLESS GAME IN 1956 AS IF IT WERE YESTERDAY

By Kostya Kennedy

GAME SHOW IN THE DIVISION SERIES, COMPELLING ACTION BETWEEN THE LINES UPSTAGED THE ENDLESS CONTROVERSIES THAT HOUND BASEBALL

By Tom Verducci

PUBLIC ENEMY NO. 1 APOLOGIES AND POSTSEASON HEROICS HAVE NOT BEEN ENOUGH TO RESURRECT THE REPUTATION OF ROBERTO ALOMAR

By Tim Kurkjian

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Golf

JACKPOT! BY WINNING IN LAS VEGAS, IN ONLY HIS FIFTH START AS A PRO, TIGER WOODS PROVED BEYOND A DOUBT THAT HIS TIME HAS COME

By Gary Van Sickle

College Football

ALTERED STATES OHIO STATE VAULTED TO NO. 2 IN THE LAND AFTER MANHANDLING HIGHLY REGARDED PENN STATE 38-7

By Tim Layden

ANSWERED PRAYER DANNY WUERFFEL, THE CLEAN-LIVING, HARD-DRIVING QUARTERBACK AT FLORIDA, IS ALL A COACH COULD ASK FOR

By William Nack

Pro Basketball [bonus Piece]

SO YOUNG, SO OLD JAYSON WILLIAMS, THE NETS' RUGGED REBOUNDER, IS A 28-YEAR-OLD GRANDFATHER STILL HAUNTED BY THE DEATH OF TWO SISTERS FROM AIDS

By John Ed Bradley

Inside College Football

THE SOONERS AREN'T EVEN THE BEST TEAM IN THEIR STATE THESE DAYS NORTHWESTERN STILL HAS THE MAGIC TOUCH

By Christian Stone

Inside The NFL

CAN THE 49ERS FIND A WAY TO KEEP GRBAC? THINGS AREN'T SO SUPER FOR LARRY BROWN A GOLDEN AGE FOR PUNTERS

By Peter King

BASEBALL'S SPITTING IMAGE THE NATIONAL PASTIME WAS ALL WET LONG BEFORE ROBERTO ALOMAR LET FLY

By Rick Reilly

Departments

BUNGLED ALOMAR DECISION...NOTRE DAME SHAKES UP WOMEN'S SOCCER...DEATH OF A SHERPA...SPORTS MUTUAL FUND...A YANKEE BELLE?...LAND-SPEED-RECORD RUN SLOWED

By Tom Nawrocki EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Franz Lidz SCORECARD WRITER/REPORTER Kostya Kennedy