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Golf Plus

FACE VALUE FANS IN MONTREAL BACKED STEVE JONES'S WIN AT THE CANADIAN OPEN BECAUSE HE MADE SUCH AN OPEN BOOK OF HIS EMOTIONS

By William F. Reed

NEWS AND NOTES

BOTTOM LINES

COMPILED BY Gary B. Smith

PHRASED OUT

By Peter Alliss

RAILROADED THE EUROPEANS DESERVE A BLACK EYE FOR SACKING MIGUEL ANGEL MARTIN

By John Garrity

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

Catching Up With...

GIANTS PITCHER JUAN MARICHAL AUGUST 9, 1965

By Paul Gutierrez

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Tennis

Venus Envy

Martina Hingis and Patrick Rafter reigned at the U.S. Open, but the play of Venus Williams was the bigger story, much to her peers' dismay

By S.L. Price

Pro Football

BACKUP POWER WITH STAR QUARTERBACKS DROPPING LIKE FLIES, SUBS ARE BEING CALLED ON TO GIVE THEIR TEAMS A JOLT

By Michael Silver

WHEN THE RESERVES SAVED THE DAY

By David Sabino

LOSING HIS HEAD BEARS LINEBACKER BRYAN COX IS A SWELL FELLOW--UNTIL THE GAME STARTS AND HE GOES STARK RAVING MAD

By Rick Reilly

Soccer

SURE SHOT TAB RAMOS'S GOAL MOVED THE U.S. PAST COSTA RICA AND CLOSE TO A BERTH IN THE WORLD CUP

By Tim Crothers

Boxing

MR.FIX-IT EMANUEL STEWARD, BOXING'S GURU, HAS CREATED A MECCA FOR FIGHTERS IN NEED OF REPAIR

By Richard Hoffer

College Football

NO MORE PUSHOVERS FLORIDA STATE SQUEAKED BY SOUTHERN CAL IN THE KIND OF EARLY-SEASON GAME THAT'S GRADUALLY REPLACING THE OLD-FASHIONED BLOWOUT

By Tim Layden

Special Report

TANGLED WEB MARCUS CAMBY WAS BOTH VICTIM AND VILLAIN IN HIS ILLICIT DEALINGS WITH AGENTS WHILE AT UMASS

By Phil Taylor WITH SPECIAL REPORTING BY Don Yaeger

Baseball

MATINEE IDOL MOVIE BUFF, MIMIC AND 20-GAME WINNER, THE BRAVES' DENNY NEAGLE MAKES QUITE AN IMPRESSION

By Michael Farber

THE CASE FOR PEDRO MARTINEZ

By Michael Farber

Motor Sports

ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL A MYSTIFYING AILMENT GIVES NEW URGENCY TO A LINGERING QUESTION: WHAT'S WRONG WITH DALE EARNHARDT?

By Ed Hinton

Inside The NFL

RHODES ROUSES HIS EAGLES TO UPSET GREEN BAY SAPP'S COMING-OF-AGE CAN COLLINS STILL LEAD THE PANTHERS?

By Peter King

DR. Z'S FORECAST

By Paul Zimmerman

Inside College Football

NOTRE DAME HAS SOME LEAKS THAT NEED FIXING THE MID-AMERICAN UPRISING WASHINGTON MAKES ITS CASE

By Ivan Maisel; Johnette Howard

MATT HARTL NORTHWESTERN'S BATTLING BACK

By Marty Burns

A SOLOMONIC SOLUTION TO REALIGNMENT FOR SOME FANS BASEBALL IS A RELIGION. IT ALL DEPENDS ON HOW DEEPLY YOU BELIEVE IN THE GAME

By Randy Alfred

Departments

LETTERS

FICKLE FATE OF FIRST-AT-BAT HOMER HITTERS...SELECTING THE U.S. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM...ROBOTS AT PLAY...BASEBALL CAREER RESURRECTED...PIGSKIN PRIDE SWEEPS L.A.

By SCORECARD STAFF WRITER Kostya Kennedy EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Hank Hersch

PHILADELPHIA, PA., SEPTEMBER 6, 1997 THERE WAS HOPE EVEN IN DEFEAT AS LA SALLE FIELDED ITS FIRST FOOTBALL TEAM SINCE 1941

By Jeff Pearlman