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Golf Plus

ROLL CALL IN LAS VEGAS ALL THAT COUNTED WAS WHERE YOUR NAME ENDED UP ON THE FINAL MONEY LIST

By Alan Shipnuck

CLASS ACTS KELLI KUEHNE AND SE RI PAK GRADUATED WITH HONORS FROM THE LPGA Q SCHOOL

By Rick Lipsey

HOLY MOSES! WILL GARY MCCORD GIVE UP TV TO LEAD AN INCREASINGLY COLORLESS SENIOR TOUR OUT OF THE WILDERNESS?

By Gary Van Sickle

NEWS AND NOTES

BOTTOM LINES

COMPILED BY Gary B. Smith

A NEW BREED

By Debbie Massey

Books

IT'S A SMALL WORLD AFTER ALL THERE'S NO REGION ON EARTH TOO REMOTE TO MERIT A LONELY PLANET TRAVEL GUIDE

By Michael Finkel

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Nostalgia

TOY STORY MULTISPORT STAR JOHNNY HERO WAS THE GRANDDADDY OF TODAY'S SPORTS ACTION FIGURES

By Earl Shores

Baseball

JOY TOOK A BACKSEAT THE AUTHOR NEVER KNEW WHY A FELLOW WRITER RUINED HIS YEAR ON THE DREAM BEAT

By Michael Bamberger

Happy Ending

The Marlins' Stirring, 11th-Inning Come-From-Behind Defeat Of The Indians In Game 7 Redeemed An Otherwise Lackluster Series

By Tom Verducci

ON TOP OF THE WORLD AFTER 33 YEARS IN PRO BASEBALL, MARLINS MANAGER JIM LEYLAND FINALLY WON THE BIG ONE

By S.L. Price

Catching Up With...

USC RUNNING BACK CHARLES WHITE OCTOBER 2, 1978

By L. Jon Wertheim

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

Basketball

ALL HE DID WAS WIN BIG JOHN KUNDLA LED THE LAKERS TO FIVE EARLY NBA TITLES

By L. Jon Wertheim

Cross Country

ON THE ROAD AGAIN TONY DAROCHA HAS BROUGHT HIGH SCHOOL RUNNING IN BOSTON BACK FROM NEAR EXTINCTION

By Franz Lidz

Soccer

UNITED THEY STOOD A RESOLUTE, LATINO-DOMINATED CROWD SPURRED D.C. TO ITS SECOND MLS TITLE

By Michael Bamberger

College Football

SPARTAN LIFE AFTER A GRUELING WEEK OF PAIN AND PREPARATION, MICHIGAN STATE PUT ITS PRIDE AND HOPES ON THE LINE AGAINST MICHIGAN

By Tim Layden

Pro Football

LATE SHOW QUARTERBACK KORDELL STEWART, STARTING SLOWLY AS USUAL, RALLIED THE STEELERS PAST THE JAGUARS AND INTO FIRST PLACE IN THE AFC CENTRAL

By Austin Murphy

Hockey

VERMONT MADE JOHN LECLAIR OF THE FLYERS HAS BECOME A FORCE AT POWER FORWARD AND A HERO IN HIS HOME STATE

By Michael Farber

Inside Motor Sports

VILLENEUVE WINS F/1 TITLE--TOO FAST IN ATLANTA?--THE END FOR EMMO

By Ed Hinton

Inside The NFL

TAGLIABUE WANTS TO PUT AN EXPANSION TEAM IN CLEVELAND--GAMBLE PAYS OFF FOR MCNEIL--THE VALUE OF RICKY WATTERS

By Peter King

LITTLE FOR THE MIDDLE

By RICHARD DEUTSCH

DR. Z'S FORECAST

By Paul Zimmerman

Inside College Football

THE LOSS OF SYRACUSE WOULD HURT AN ALREADY STAGGERING BIG EAST--BU BOWS OUT--LONGHORNS ON THE SHORT END

By Ivan Maisel

SEBASTIAN JANIKOWSKI FLORIDA STATE'S BOOMING PLACEKICKER

By Ivan Maisel

Wrestling [bonus Piece]

ALL GUTS, NO GLORY THE WORLD WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS, IN SIBERIA, WERE NO PLACE FOR A U.S. ATHLETE TO FIND FAME, FORTUNE OR EVEN BASIC AMENITIES

By Leigh Montville

LOOK AWAY, DIXIE LAND IT'S TIME FOR OLE MISS TO ACKNOWLEDGE WHAT THE REBEL FLAG TRULY STANDS FOR AND BAN IT

By William Nack

Departments

LETTERS

NBA AGENTS TALK STRATEGY...MICHIGAN'S INTRUSIVE SEARCH...HUDSON RIVER BOOK...GAME-TIME TEMPERATURES...DON KING: CELLULOID HERO...JORDAN'S ENDORSEMENTS

By Kostya Kennedy EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Kostya Kennedy