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November 25, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Books

A SAD TALE OF SELF-LOATHING MICKEY MANTLE WAS STRIVING TO EXORCISE HIS PERSONAL DEMONS WHEN DEATH INTERVENED

By Ron Fimrite

Rodeo

COWBOYS WITH COMMON SENSE SAFETY COMES FIRST AT THE CUSTER BROTHERS WAY OUT WEST BULLRIDING CLINICS

By LEO W. BANKS

NFL Extra

TAKING A NOSEDIVE LESS THAN TWO YEARS AFTER REACHING THE SUPER BOWL, THE CHARGERS HAVE LOST THEIR WINNING WAYS

By David Fleming; John Walters

TO OUR READERS

By Bill Colson

BY DOMINATING TEAMS AFTER HALFTIME, THE UPSTART PANTHERS HAVE JOINED THE PLAYOFF HUNT

By Paul Zimmerman

Environment

ON-CAMPUS HOUSING THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA BUILT A HOME FOR THE BATS THAT ROOSTED IN ITS STADIUMS

By Adele Conover

Reminiscence

ONCE REGAL, SOON TO BE RAZED FOOTBALL HISTORY WAS WRITTEN AT PRINCETON'S PALMER STADIUM FOR 82 SEASONS

By Ron Fimrite

Focus

THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER ARTIST GERMAIN GLIDDEN SEES BEAUTY IN SPORT AND STARTED A MUSEUM TO DISPLAY IT

By L. Jon Wertheim

Spotlight

DANCE OF THE MAGIC FEET NOBODY CAN KEEP A FOOTBAG ALOFT THE WAY KENNY SHULTS HAS FOR 20 YEARS

By Michael Finkel

Motor Sports

TOO OLD TO CHANGE NOW AT 73, DRIVER HARVEY JONES IS STILL IN HOT PURSUIT OF CHECKERED FLAGS

By ALLEN ABEL

On The Scene

THE WORLD'S LARGEST ICE RINK ONE CAN SKATE FOR ALMOST FIVE MILES ON THE RIDEAU CANAL IN CANADA'S CAPITAL

By John GrossmanN

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Perspective

SAVING SPORTS AT CENTRAL STATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR KEN HUDSON INHERITED A HEAP OF TROUBLE AT HIS ALMA MATER

By John Walters

Cycling

WOMAN WITH A WINNING HABIT WORLD MOUNTAIN-BIKING CHAMP ALISON SYDOR CRAVES COFFEE AND DECISIVE VICTORIES

By Franz Lidz

Pro Football

BLOCK PARTY THE BRONCOS RAN ROUGHSHOD OVER THE RESURGENT PATRIOTS TO SHOW THEY ARE WITHOUT A DOUBT THE CLASS OF THE AFC

By Austin Murphy

CRASH COURSE UNDERSIZED ROOKIE SENSATION ZACH THOMAS BRINGS THE SAME RECKLESSNESS TO LIVING THAT HE DOES TO DRIVING THE MIAMI D

By Rick Reilly

College Football

BORN TO BE A BUCKEYE ANDY KATZENMOYER OF OHIO STATE, A MERE FRESHMAN, IS THE LINCHPIN OF A FEROCIOUS DEFENSE

By William Nack

Pro Basketball

THE MAN BY SPEAKING HIS MIND, DEMANDING THE BALL AND DEFERRING TO NO ONE, GRANT HILL HAS SHOWN THAT HE'S NOW DRIVING THE PISTONS

By Jack McCallum

Soccer

HIGH AND MIGHTY ERIC WYNALDA, THE VOLATILE TOP SCORER FOR THE U.S. SOCCER TEAM, HAS TONED DOWN HIS ACT BUT HAS RAISED HIS GAME

By Michael Bamberger

College Basketball

A TIP-TOP TIP-OFF NO. 1 STANFORD GOT THE SEASON GOING WITH A ROUSING WIN OVER NO. 2 ALABAMA

By Richard Hoffer

Hockey

ICE FOLLIES THE ONCE BUMBLING OTTAWA SENATORS EARNED A PLACE IN HOCKEY HISTORY AS THE WORST EXPANSION TEAM EVER

By Tim Crothers

Inside College Football

HOW HOLTZ MEASURES UP THE HURRYING HUSKY SIGNAL CALLING AT AIR FORCE AND 'BAMA POKEY ALLEN'S RETURN

By Christian Stone; Tim Layden; Cheryl Rosenberg

Baseball

ROUNDING THIRD SEVERAL STROKES HAVE ROBBED TED WILLIAMS OF MUCH OF HIS FABLED EYESIGHT, BUT AT 78 HE'S AS CANTANKEROUS AS EVER AND ENJOYING FATHERHOOD AT LAST

By S.L. Price

Inside The NFL

WASHINGTON'S OBIT: DEFINITELY PREMATURE A LEAGUE WITH WORLDS OF VALUE A RUN ON FREE-AGENT RUNNING BACKS

By Peter King

WHEN ELVIS MET WILLIE WHO SAYS YOU CAN'T FIGHT CITY HALL? NOT A QUARTERBACK BLINDSIDED BY A MAYOR

By Rick Reilly

Departments

LETTERS

ANOTHER SHOT FOR CHRISTIAN PETER...THE FOUNDERING PIRATES...BOOK ON ALI REVIEWED...HIGH SCHOOL MISCREANTS...HUIZENGA'S NHL STOCK COUP...A STRONG PERFORMANCE

EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Kostya Kennedy