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Games

DIABOLICAL DOGLEG SOLVING STAVE'S NEW GOLF PUZZLE IS PURE HELL

By John GrossmanN

Reminiscence

LITTLE ST. MARY'S BIG STAR THE AUTHOR WAITED 50 YEARS TO MEET HIS BOYHOOD IDOL, HERMAN WEDEMEYER

By Ron Fimrite

Catching Up With...

YANKEES RIGHTFIELDER HANK BAUER JULY 22, 1957

By Ron Fimrite

NFL Extra

YOUNG AT HEART STEVE YOUNG MAY BE GETTING OLDER AND NEAR THE END OF HIS DAYS AS A 49ER, BUT HE'S NOT DONE YET

By David Fleming; John Walters

THE COLTS' JIM HARBAUGH HAS BEEN BENT, FOLDED AND MUTILATED, BUT HE KEEPS SOLDIERING ON

By Paul Zimmerman

Focus

SOUND BODIES, SOUND MINDS THE FITNESS TEAM AT SOUTH BRONX HIGH SUCCEEDS IN COMPETITION AND IN CLASS

By Dana Gelin

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Track And Field

MASTER OF THE MILE STEVE SCOTT, NOW 40 AND A CANCER SURVIVOR, PLANS TO BREAK FOUR MINUTES AGAIN

By John Walters

Pro Football

HE HASN'T LOST A STEP BOB BLECHEN WAS SLOW TO BEGIN WITH, BUT HE'S STILL PLAYING SEMIPRO FOOTBALL AT 61

By Ken McAlpine

SKINS GAME UPSTART WASHINGTON DISPLAYED ITS YOUTHFUL VERVE AND GRIT IN BEATING THE GIANTS FOR ITS SIXTH CONSECUTIVE WIN

By Michael Silver

LATE BLOOMER FROM RELATIVE OBSCURITY, BRONCOS BACK TERRELL DAVIS HAS EMERGED AS THE NFL'S LEADING RUSHER

By Austin Murphy

Motor Sports

BIG DREAMER RALPH SANCHEZ BUILT A WORLD-CLASS TRACK NEAR MIAMI

By Bob Knotts

Movies

DOUBLE DUTY FORMER METS CATCHER GREG GOOSSEN HAS A SECOND CAREER AS GENE HACKMAN'S STAND-IN

By Franz Lidz

World Series

NO NONSENSE IT WAS BUSINESS AS USUAL FOR THE BRAVES, WHO TOOK THE FIRST TWO GAMES FROM THE YANKEES

By Gerry Callahan

REGULAR JOE A BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK AT EASYGOING YANKEES MANAGER JOE TORRE AS HE PREPARED FOR THE GAMES OF HIS DREAMS

By Tom Verducci

Golf

TOP CAT A TWO-TIME WINNER IN ONLY A FEW WEEKS, TIGER WOODS HAS BECOME THE MAN TO BEAT

By Rick Reilly

Soccer

UNITED WAY D.C. HUNG TOUGH AFTER A BAD START TO WIN THE FIRST MLS TITLE

By TIMOTHY CROTHERS

College Football

UNDER SIEGE MORE AND MORE TEAMS ARE EMBRACING THE DEFENSIVE PRESS, A BLITZ-HAPPY, FULL FRONTAL ASSAULT THAT IS GIVING OFFENSES FITS

By Tim Layden

High School Football [bonus Piece]

6 SHOOTERS A HALF-DOZEN PLAYERS TO A SIDE IS THE RULE IN THE WILD AND WOOLLY BRAND OF FOOTBALL PLAYED AT TINY HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE RURAL WEST

By John Ed Bradley

Inside College Football

THE FORMER IVY DOORMAT IS OFF TO ITS FIRST 5-0 START IN 51 YEARS THE THRILL OF OVERTIME, THE AGONY OF OVERTIME

By Alan Shipnuck; Tim Layden

Inside The NFL

COWBOYS-DOLPHINS LOSES ITS LUSTER BENGALS NEED MORE THAN A NEW COACH OUR MIDSEASON ALL-PRO TEAM

By Peter King

NEVER TRUST A STADIUM OVER 30 TAXPAYERS ARE FINDING THAT NOTHING LASTS FOREVER--NOT EVEN THE EIGHTH WONDER OF THE WORLD

By Michael Farber

Departments

WOMEN PROS TIP OFF...GUATEMALA SOCCER TRAGEDY... STINGLEY-TATUM FEUD... OLYMPIC SNAFUS DOWN UNDER... PAGEANT QUEEN GETS HER KICKS...SURPRISE! HOLMES UNRETIRES

By Leigh Montville EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien