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January
9
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Tony Rice
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The Irish are No. 1, The NFL Playoffs, Look Who's On Top (Cleveland Caveliers have the best NBA record), Up Where She Belongs (High Jumper Louise Ritter), The Second Time Around (Athletes after the cheering stops)
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January
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Ickey Woods
Road to the Super Bowl (Two articles about the teams to play in the Super Bowl), Is Anybody Happy Here? (Portland Trail Blazers), Is It Nyet or Not Yet? (Viacheslav Fetisov wants to play in the NHL), No Keeping Up With Jones (Golfer Steve Jones), Rising in the East (Big East Conference college basketball), Gold Amid the Coal (North Schuylkill Area High School wrestling), Much Ado About A 'Do (Dwayne Schintzius), Cold Courage (Climbing Mt. Everest)
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January
23
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"Kareem's Last Stand"
College Basketball, Hope For The Best (Steve Jones wins golf tournament), An Unhappy Ending (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar), Superbowl Preview, Hype
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January
30
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Jerry Rice
Joe Cool (49ers' win the Super Bowl), The Ordeal of Jim Valvano, Oh, You Kids, You (New York Rangers have\ success), Just Having a Fling (Golfer Ken Green), A Vision Fulfilled (Vail, Colorado)
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25th Anniversary
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Kathy Ireland
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In The Swim (Over the years the swimsuits have gone from the ridiculous to sublime), How It All Began (SI's swimsuit issue was created in 1964 to fill a winter sports gap), Lights, Camera, Action! (Our master at combining models with swimsuits and scenery, Up Against the Wall (For some collegians swimsuit photographs are dorm decor), Ole (C'mon in, the swimsuits are fine along Mexico's Pacific Coast)), Hola! Gracias! (The author reveals almost all you need to know about Mexico), Letters, More Letters (What do swimsuits have to do with sports" The mailman knows) Memories - Meet the 19 women who have graced the 25 SI swimsuit covers: Babette (1964), Sue Peterson (1965), Sunny Bippus (1966), Marilyn Tindall (1967), Turia Mau (1968), Jamee Becker (1969), Cheryl Tiegs (1970, '75, '83), Tannia Rubiano (1971), Sheila Roscoe (1972), Dayle Haddon (1973), Ann Simonton (1974), The Sylvander Twins (1976), Lena Kansbod (1977), Maria Joao (1978), Christie Brinkley (1979, '80, '81), Carol Alt (1982), Paulina Porizkova (1984, '85), Elle MacPherson (1986, '87, '88)
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February
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Mario Lemieux
Contents - Oh Me, Oh My O'Meara (Mark O'Meara had to conquer some of golf's most difficult holes to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am); Rock Of A Rook (Mitch Richmond, strongman for the Golden State Warriors, is at the top of the NBA's first-year class); Make Room For Lemieux (Where Wayne Gretzky at one time stood alone, Mario Lemieux of the Penguins now dares to tread); Tops At The Track (Shug McGaughey, the 1988 trainer of the year in thoroughbred racing, has Phipps Stable on the go); Good Scouts Indeed (The poor but proud Wilderness Scouts are being forced to do battle with the Boy Scouts of America); The Hit Man Hits Back (After his most trying season as a Yankee, Don Mattingly is back home in Indiana, reviving his game) Departments - Letters; Scorecard; College Basketball; For The Record; Point After
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February
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Patrick Ewing
A Flight So Fancy (Tamara McKinney wins at the Alpine world championship), The Power of the Press (New York Knicks), Daytona's Park In (24 hours of Daytona is cut to 20 due to fog), Much Sweeta For Aquita (Millrose Games), Find The Golf Here? (Women's Tour is still struggling), The Iowa Girl Stands Tall (Six-on-six)
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February
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"He's a Pistol - LSU Super Frosh Chris Jackson"
Ple! Bol!(Caribbean baseball series), New Girl in Town (Kristy Yamaguchi), Tempest at Mizzou (Basketball coach Norm Stewart), Mountain Melodrama (Ski tournament at Vail), A Show That Has The Goods (Super Sporting Goods show in Atlanta), The Hares Split (Indoor Track), Can't Hold This Tiger (LSU freshman Chris Jackson), On The Road Again (Texas football recruiter Bobby Jack Wright), The Death of an Athlete (Death from steroids)
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February
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Charles Thompson
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An American Disgrace (Three articles on problems in college football), The Suns Have Risen Again (Phoenix suns), 'Belt The Body (Pernell Whitaker beats Greg Haugen), About Time, Fella (Darrell Waltrip wins the Daytona 500), Strike Up The Band (Dixieland Brass wins at Gulfstream Park), Third-Degree Burns (Hockey coach Pat Burns), Dear mike (A letter to Mike Tyson)
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March
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Michael Jordan
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The Week That Was - Baseball, Tennis, Track & Field, Football, Hockey, Horse Racing.. Horns of a Dilemma (How much longer can Michael Jordan's body hold up from carrying the Bulls), Fanning the Flames (People are thinking Stanley Cup for Calgary), On The Brink Again (Indiana and Bob Knight try for another NCAA Championship), A Climate For Death (Weather conditions cause animal deaths in the American West), My Brother, My Teammate (Jason and Carlin Warley of Philadelphia), Born to Serve (Andre Agassi has been recently born again)
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March
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Michael Jordan
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The Week That Was - Baseball, Tennis, Track & Field, Football, Hockey, Horse Racing.. Horns of a Dilemma (How much longer can Michael Jordan's body hold up from carrying the Bulls), Fanning the Flames (People are thinking Stanley Cup for Calgary), On The Brink Again (Indiana and Bob Knight try for another NCAA Championship), A Climate For Death (Weather conditions cause animal deaths in the American West), My Brother, My Teammate (Jason and Carlin Warley of Philadelphia), Born to Serve (Andre Agassi has been recently born again)
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March
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Jimmy Johnson
Contents - College Basketball (The ACC tournament was a series of routs until North Carolina won it's grudge match with Duke in the final); (Transcending a season of troubles, Missouri took the measure of Oklahoma in the Big Eight tournament); Big Changes In Big D (New coach Jimmy Johnson's game plan calls for a very different brand of football for the Dallas Cowboys); Boxing (Evander Holyfield knocked out Michael Dokes and earned a heavyweight title bout against Mike Tyson); (In the latest lucrative fignt for over-the-hill guys, Macho Comacho narrowly defeated Boom Boom Mancini); No. 3 With A Bullet (The Red Wings Steve Yzerman, the NHL's third-brightest star, could climb even further on the charts); Not Just A Tall Tale (Montreal's 6'10" Randy Johnson, the loftiest major leaguer ever, is the giant among 1989's stellar new pitchers); Failure Most Foul (Cleveland's Chris Dudley and Denver's Jerome Lane are the latest on a long list of bricklayers in the NBA); Broken But Unbowed (Since he shattered his leg in the Super Bowl, Tim Krumrie of the Cincinnati Bengals has survived a nightmare); The Longest Ride (Jockey Robbie Davis, whose colt trampled and killed fellow rider Mike Venezia last fall, was a victim too) Departments - Letters; Scorecard; College Basketball; For The Record; Point After
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March
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Steffi Graf
The Cream Rises (NCAA tournament), Kite Finally Takes Flight (Tom Kite wins TPC), Unstoppable Steffi (Tennis), Mite Makes Right (World Figure Skating), Man's Best Friend (Iditarod), The Selling of Spring (The commercialism of spring training), Hell's Angels (Hockey playing brothers Brian and Joey Mullen)
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April
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Catcher Benito Santiago
Baseball Issue - West is Best (Eastern Divisions have fallen behind), Life at Home (Catching crisis), Calling a Game (Pitching from a Catcher's Point of View), All My Padres (San Diego Soap Opera), Scouting Reports, Slick can play (Andy Van Slyke), Great Scott! (Scott Fletcher), Street Smarts (Gary Sheffield), Ballpark Figures (Revelations from a full season of stats), Fabric of the Game (The flashy past of baseball uniforms)
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April
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Glen Rice
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Contents - The Final Four (Michigan knocked off Seton Hall 80-79 to win the NCAA basketball title in the Kingdome), Barry Breaks Away (Dad said to take the NFL money and run, and Barry Sandersm the Heismann Trophy winner, obeyed), Beating the Devil (Juli Inkster changed her putter and played like an angel to win the Dinah Shore tournament easily), A Red-Letter Day (Right-wing Serget Priakin became the first Soviet permitted to play in the NHL with the Calgary Flames), On The Money (As baseball commissioner, Peter Ueberroth used his public relations skills to produce record profits), The Spoils of Victory (For Florence Griffith Joyner, Olympic prowess and smashing looks have been lucrative - and costly), Augusta Overture (A pleasant prelude to the more serious stuff of Masters week is the Par-3 Contest, a Wednesday event with traditions all its own), A Master of Intimidation (Rick Mahorn, fined $11,000 so far this season for rough play, is the baddest ot the Bad Boys in Detroit), Accustomed to His Face (Lou Duva, patriarch of the boxing promoting Duvas, is now his sport;s most ubiquitous personality) Departments - Letters; Scorecard; Wrestling; NCAA Hockey; NCAA Women's Basketball; NCAA Swimming; For The Record; Point After
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April
17
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Nick Faldo
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Jolly Good Show (Nick Faldo wins the Masters), A Wake-Up Call (NHL Playoffs), Just Happy To Be Here (Chicago White Sox player Greg Walker), Who's Most Valuable (Choices for the NBA's MVP), Dark Forces (Advantages for teams dressed in black?), The Right Man for the Job (Steve Fisher named as basketball coach at Michigan), It's a Real Kick (U. S. Soccer team), A Gentleman and a Scholar (Bart Giamatti)
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April
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Tony Mandrich
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Dynasty Undone (Gretzky beats his old team), Anger, Then Death (Soccer tragedy), Returning Good For Evel (Robbie Knievel completes his father's failed trick), Flying At The Finish (Boston Marathon), Bump And Run (Toyota Grand Prix), A Wanted man (Seattle pitcher Mark Langston), The Big Enchilada (prospect tony Mandarich), Bridesmaid Revisited (Greg Norman close again), KJ!! (NBA guard Kevin johnson), Reflections on the Game (Five people tell of lives in baseball)
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May
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Nolan Ryan
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Rangers Risin' (Led by two newcomers, the ageless Nolan Ryan and the affable Julio Franco, Texas has really taken off), In Search of a Net Gain (Soviet tennis ace Natalia Zvereva told U.S.S.R. sports officials she wants to keep her winings and buy a Benz.), Big Man on the Block (Mark Eaton, the Utah Jazz's 7'4" center, is the sultan of swat on what has become the NBA's stingiest team), Maximum Exposure (Like other NFL hopefuls, Mike Elkins bared body and soul in a four-month odyssey that ended with the draft), Day of Reckoning (Easy Doer's jockey, Pat Day, has shed his evil ways and won almost every big race = except the Kentucky Derby), What is 'Jeopardy!'? (The category is television, for a thousand dollars. The question; the world's toughest game show. The answer is?)
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May
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Texas high school pitcher Jon Peters
An American Classic (Jon Peters wins 51 straight), Less is More (The Warriors lead the jazz), Toothsome Sacrifice (Blackhawks stick it to the Blues), Give Us a Smile, Hit It a Mile (Fred McGriff), Look Back in Anger (Florida safety Louis Oliver), A Tale of two Horses (Upcoming Kentucky Derby), The Ageless Warrior (Archie Moore)
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May
15
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Michael Jordan
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Contents - A Sunday Stroll (Sunday Silence made the best of a muddy day to beat Easy Goer in the slowest Kentucky Derby in years.), 'Un-Fath-Om-Able' (Michael Jordan performed many wonderous deeds as the Bulls upset the Cavs in the NBA playoffs.), An Old Habit of the Habs (Montreal exhibited a daunting defense as it took a 3-1 Stanley Cup semifinal lead over Philadelphia.), Suddenly, A Door-Mats (Everybody is trampling on Mats Wilander, whose reign as the top tennis player lasted a mere four months.), The Last Olympian (Months after his teammates had already turned pro, Roy Jones made a splashy ring debut of his own.), Hometown Hero (Reliever John Franco eats up batters for Cincinnati, but his heart - and stomache - are Brooklyn's.), Building a New Life (Thanks to his family and golf's Senior Tour, Al Geiberger finds himself with another shot at happiness.), A Show of Strength (The feats of Randy Barnes, the best American shot-putter in a decade, have given the event a hefty boost.), The Pain of Perfection (The Japanese have adapted baseball to mirror their twin obsessions, hard work and harmony.) Departments - Letters; Scorecard; Diving; Inside Baseball; For The Record; Point After
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May
22
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"Julie Krone, The Best Woman Jockey Ever"
NBA Playoffs, The Cup Heats up )Stanley Cup), The Wheels of Fortune (Tour de Trump bike race), Nunn Better (Boxer Michael Nunn), Are Their Day's Numbered (Statistical predictions concerning baseball's young pitchers), She Who Laughs Last.. (Julie Krone)
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May
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Kentucky's Shame
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Nose to Nose (Preakness horse race), A Real Bull's Market (Bulls beat the Pistons in NBA Playoffs), Dingdong Cup Clash (Stanley Cup Finals between Calgary and Montreal), Dodging a Bullet (NCAA penalizes Kentucky), The A's Find Ways (Oakland A's), All Sorts of Horsepower (Al Unser Jr.), Time For Big Ben (LSU pitcher Ben McDonald), O Rare Leviathan (Humpback whales)(br> 1
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June
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James Worthy
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NBA Playoffs (The Lakers swept the Suns in the Western Conference finals to earn a shot at a third straight NBA title), (The Pistons' Isiah Thomas blew hot and cold against the Bulls' Michael Jordan, who gave Detroit fits.)), A Bumper Car Indy (Emerson Fittipaldi won the Indianapolis 500 after a last-minute 200-mph brush with a forgiving Al Unser Jr.), These Reds Look Rosy (Despite the trials of Pete Rose, and other tribulations, Cincinnati was atop the National League West.), Montreal Goes up In Flames (Al MacInnis and his sizzling slap shot led Calgary to victory over the Canadiens for the Stanley Cup title.), The Hit man (Hagler, Leonard and Barkley beat Thomas Hearns, but they all got beat up as well. Now it's on to Leonard II.), Lady in Waiting (Vicki Herber is poised to inherit the throne from Mary Slaney as America's queen of the middle distances.), The Daily Double (An odd couple of Ivy Leaguers produce the most distinguished turf writing to be found in U.S. newspapers.)
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June
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Bo Jackson
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Contents - The Big Stick (With every swing, there's a chance Bo Jackson will do something extraordinary. So everyone watches.), Fast Lane For Phoenix (By investing millions to run the U. S. Grand Prix through its streets, this desert city hoped for a rich return.), Final Agenda (There are six big keys in the Detroit Pistons-L.A. Lakers series, with an NBA title in the balance.), Eight is not Enough (Martina Navratilova skipped the French Open because she has visions of her ninth Wimbledon plate.), Raising the Roof (The opening of the Toronto Sky Dome's retractable roof revealed a glimpse into the future of sports stadiums.), The Bald Eagle (At 76, Charlie Whittingham, trainer of Sunday Silence, is on the brink of winning the Triple Crown.), Hoch as in Choke (Scott Hoch blew a gimme putt to lose the Masters, but he has since proved a winner in more ways than one.) Departments - Letters, Scorecard, Soccer, Track & Field, Inside Baseball, Tennis, For The Record, Point After
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June
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Curtis Strange
Contents - King Of The Hill (Curtis Strange became the first back-to-back U.S. Open champion since 1951 when he stormed up Oak Hill); Back On The Track (Dashman Leroy Burrell and a pair of hurdling Patricks made powerful revivals at the weak TAC meet); Man in the Slow Lane (As the Detroit Pistons toasted their NBA title, Finals MVP Joe Dumars was the Most Invisible Player); Granny And The Giant (San Francisco's Kevin Mitchell leads the majors in homers and RBIs, and says he owes it all to Grandma), Paws (While the U.S. horse racing industry is in a slump, greyhound tracks throughout the country are booming); Mailman II (As the NBA draft nears, Randy White of Louisiana Tech is pumped to make a big name for himself); Serving Her Country (A Grand Slam may have brought Steffi Graf fame, but to West Germans she remains one of them) Departments - Letters; Scorecard; Rowing; Inside Baseball; Television; For The Record; Point After
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July
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George Foreman
Wunderbar! (West Germany sweeps Wimbledon), One Family's mountain (Pikes Peak Hill Climb), A Dandy Brandy (Gymnast Brandy Johnson), Chills and Thrills (The first half of the baseball season), Hell On Wheels (Wheelchair racer Craig Blanchette), Joy Ride (Casper Classic bicycle race), Still Hungry After All These Years (George Foreman returns to boxing)
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July
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"Shattering News! Wood Bats are Doomed"
End of an Era (By the end of the next decade, the wood bat may have disappeared from baseball, including the Majors.), Lean and Mean (Evander Holyfield sent a message to Mike Tyson with a knockout in the second round of Adilson Rodrigues.), Take Us Out to the Ball Game (The Billings Mustangs are a minor-league team, but other travelers get a major charge from meeting them.), The Comeback Chronicles (NFL training camp is it for Napeleon McCallum and two other players attempting to revive their careers.), It's a Small World (In the fledgling World Basketball League, the maximum height is 6' 47/8", but the players are thinking big.), Of Time and the River (Once polluted, Michigan's Kalamazoo River has been restored by a combination of natural and social forces.)
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August
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Michael Jordan
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Toe-To-Toe (As National League East pennant contenders slugged it out, the Mets won three straight from the Expos.), (In the Western Division, the Giants took the measure of the Astros, staying on top by winning two of three.), Sink, Blast You (The putts don't all drop for NBA superstar Michael Jordan, but he wants to compete on the PGA Tour someday.), On Top of the World (Michigan U's Mike Barrowman broke the world record in the 200 breaststroke at the long course national.), The Times of Our Lives (Spirits soared and records fell as 4,950 hoary but hale athletes competed at the World Veterans' games.), Reaching for the Ring (If wideout Anthony Carter can get his sure hands on the ball, this could be the year of the Minnesota Vikings.), College of Cardinals (Rejoice, ye young men who would play for the St. Louis Cardinals. For ye shall learn at the feet of thy elders.)
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August
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Troy Aikman
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Too Much, Too Soon (In a dramatic AL West series, the A's took two of three from the Angels in the teams' final meeting of '89.), Putting On The Style (The beknickered Payne Stewart made up five strokes in the final three holes on Mike Reid to win the PGA title.), A Duel in the Sun (Millionaire quarterbacks Troy Aikman and Steve Walsh are competing to be the Cowboys' starter.), The Gospel and Gaetti (Gary Gaetti went from banshee ballplayer to born-again Christian in '88, and the Twins are different too.) Sports and Japan - (Fueled by a booming economy, the Japanese are investing heavily in sports activities in the U.S. and elsewhere.), (Though Japan is a rich country and crazy about sports, it has few world-class athletes. This may change.), (A curious American explores the game of golf in Japan and finds that it has an amazing grip on that nation.)
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September
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Boris Becker
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Boom Boom (Boris Becker wins the U.S. open), The Unlucky Seven (Steffi Graf wins the Women's Title), Armed and Ready (Chicago Bears beat the Cincinnati Bengals), A Series to Shout About (A Cubs-Cardinals series finally means something), Very Sorry State (Penn State loses to Virginia), Captain Marvel (Tony Jacklin is the captain of Europe's Ryder Cup team), Echoes of an Equine Past (A new Arlington Racetrack near Chicago)
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September
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Raghib Ismail
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Content5s - Where Eagles Dare (The Buddy system and five TD passes by Randall Cunningham gave the Eagles a win over the Redskins.), Huge Move, Hugo (Hugo Perez really used his head in leading the U.S. to a crucial 1-0 World Cup prelim victory over El Salvador.), Way Above Average (Will Clark of the Giants and Tony Gwynn of the Padres battled for a batting - and a division - championship.), Notre Dame vs. Michigan (The No. 1 Fighting Irish beat the No. 2 Wolverines 24-19 on two long runs by a kick returner extraordinaire.) (Notre Dame's Raghib Ismail has brilliant speed on the football field, but he is, if anything, more dazzling off it.), Face of Genius (Manager Don Zimmer, a 40-year baseball man with a famous malleable mug, has guided the Cubs to the top.), The Year of the Blue Snow (In 1964, the Phillies blew the pennant and broke the author's heart. After 25 years, he relives the loss with its heroes.) Departments = Letters, Scorecard, Inside the NFL, College Football Report, Inside Baseball, For The Record, Point After)
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October
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Joe Montana
Fit To Be Tied (Ryder Cup competition), Loud And Clear (Horse racing), Say Goodbye To Fallball (Louisville college football), A Flight To The Finish (Orioles against the Blue Jays), That Man Again (Joe Montana), The Bucs Don't Stop Here (Tampa Bay on the rise), The Summer Of His Discontent (Jose Canseco), Something Must Be Done (College Football)
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October
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Russian Hockey
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High Times (Tennessee upsets Auburn), This Is For You, Sal (Colorado beats Washington a week after quarterback Sal Aunese dies of cancer), Sitting Pretty in Rome (Danny Ferry likes playing in Europe), Nipped in the Bud (Bud Carson's Browns beat the Denver Broncos), Hockey 1989-90 (Soviet stars and predictions for the season), Cool Hand Dan (Chicago Bears Dan Hampton)
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October
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The Baseball Playoffs (Athletics and Rickey Henderson beat the Jays and the San Francisco Giants beat the Cubs), Down and Dirty (The Philadelphia Eagles run past the Giants), On Top of the World (Air Force and it's quarterback Dee Dowis), A Pair of Aces (Hurdlers David and Sandra Patrick), Green Bay Sacker (Linebacker Tim Harris), You Can Count Them Out (The "stiffs" of boxing)
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October
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Herschel Walker
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The World Series - The Oakland A's lead the Giants 2 to 1, Ron Fimrite examines baseball by the Bay, Sudden Impact (Herschel Walker runs wild in his first game after the megadeal), Backhanded Compliment (Wayne Gretzky uses the shot Gordie Howe told him to work on to break his scoring mark), A Lid-Lifter in Texas (Texas A & M beats Houston and Andre Ware), Big Splash in Hawaii (Mark Allen wins the Ironman Triathlon), Dreams Do Come True (Art Shell becomes the first black coach in 64 years and he does it for the team that he loves), Bionic Man (Mark Spitz tries for a comeback), Paws! (Football and ol' Frank Howard put Clemson on the map)
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October
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"Earthquake - The Day the World Series Stopped"
The Earthquake (three articles: First person account, Destruction of the new house of Bob Welch and the work of commissioner Fay Vincent), College Football (Notre Dame beats Southern Cal, Florida athletes in trouble with the NCAA and the law, Alabama beats Tennessee and the University of Maine tearing up Division I-AA), Wiseguy (Houston coach Jerry Glanville), Blood Brothers and Bluegrass (Upcoming Breeder's Cup)
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November
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Rumeal Robinson
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The Boys of Winter (The Senior Professional Baseball Association has everything but fans), A Run For The Roses (Michigan seems to be heading for the Rose Bowl), Rocky Flight Into First (The Vikings have discord and trouble but they are in first) College Basketball Preview - The college game is on a rootin' - tootin' shootin' spree, UNLV is not just a basketball school, Rumeal Robinson of Michigan is from one happy home, Forget the Top 20 - the final 16 is what matters, Jennifer Azzi leads Stanford, For years no college scoring champion has lit up the NBA
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November
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"Five For The Heisman"
Out Of The Shadows (East German athletes since the wall came down), A Way Was Found (U.S. Soccer team), Who Will Bag The Prize (Heisman), Puzzling Penguins (Pittsburgh Penguins)m Return of the Pixies (Touring Olympians Olga Korbut and Mary Lou Retton), Choosing Sides (High School football dispute in Conway SC), White Heat (NFL's Reggie White), Living a Dream (Tennis player Zina Garrison), Sonic Boom (Seattle's Shawn Kemp), America's Sweetheart (Steve Garvey)
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December
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"Revenge! Steve McGuire and Miami overpower No. 1 Notre Dame"
No. 1 No More (Miami beats Notre Dame), The Jayhawks Take Flight (Kansas beats No. 1 UNLV and No. 2 LSU), Now It Gets Grisly (Chicago Bears beaten by the Redskins), No Legs to Stand On (Ralph Sampson and his failing legs), Dog Days (Eric Dickerson and his frustration), The World According to Ray (Sugar Ray Leonard considers returning to the ring)
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December
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Larry Bird
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The Majik Show (Quarterback Dan Majkowski and the Packers beat the Bears), Leap To The West (Nadia Comaneci comes to the West), Hub of Emotion (The Celtics are not as good as before), Home At Last (Auburn beats Alabama at home), The Bluegrass Isn't So Blue (Kentucky is doing better with Rick Pitino), Rich Man's Game (Baseball wages are now out of sight), Onward, Christian (Christian Okoye of the K.C. Chiefs), How Much is Too Much (The top tennis players are being enticed by riches from their rivals), The Face of the Future (16-year old Eric Lindros seems to have a future in the NHL), Lord of the Rings (Al Davis and his Raiders)
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December
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Joe Montana, Magic Johnson and Wayne Gretzky
Face-Off! (ACC-Big East challenge), One For The Ages (Sugar Ray beats Duran), Wimps They Aren't (Denver's Super Bowl chances), It's Nifty Being 50 (Lee Trevino), No Rattling The Sabres (NHL), Masters Of The '80s (Montana, Johnson and Gretzky), A Perfect Fit (Coach Chuck Daly and the Detroit Pistons), Was It Worth The Risk (Arizona State player Mark Tingstad)
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December 25
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Greg LeMond
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Fight to the Finish (After a wild weekend that settled almost nothing, 17 teams still had a chance of making the NFL playoffs), The Ax Falls at Toledo (Being a good and honorable coach isn't always enough, as the firing of the Rockets Dan Simrell suggests.), Fast New Pace (The new-look Indiana Pacers have gotten off to a strong start this year, and they hope to prove it's no fluke.), A Long Way From L.A. (Darian Hagan, Colorado's quarterback, chose to head for the hills of Boulder to escape the streets of Watts.), Le Grande LeMond (Greg LeMond, 1989 Sportsman of the Year, rewrote is own legend with a heroic Tour de France finish.), Boy, Oh Boy, What a Year! (Chris Drury, of Trumball, Conn, though only is a World Series hero and a national hockey champ.), Pictures '89 (Herewith a 30-page portfolio of the most colorful, startling and evocative sports photographs from a year of roses and thorns.), They Never Gave Up (Five athletes, disabled while performing their sports, succeeded against long odds in building new lives,)
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