Showing 1 - 10 of 78 Stories for Donald Shapiro
The High Price Of Hard Living
Reckless years in the fast lane, fueled by alcohol and cocaine, have cost former New York Met phenoms Darryl Strawberry and Dwight Gooden the prime years of their careers
HORSEMAN OF ANOTHER COLOR
Neal Shapiro is not only a mainstay of the U.S. Olympic Equestrian Team, he is a pilot, an organist and a harness driver—but, listen, don't bet on him.
O.J. Simpson stands accused of brutally killing two people, one of them the woman he loved
BITTER MEDICINE EAGER TO HOLD ON TO THEIR VALUABLE SIDELINE PRACTICES, TEAM DOCTORS ALL TOO OFTEN STRIVE TO HELP THE CLUB, NOT HEAL THE PLAYER
DR. PAPPAS: It is not an injury most athletes would prefer to have. --Lawyer Donald Shapiro, questioning Dr. Arthur Pappas Barrett v. Pappas, U.S. District Court ...
Devon beat the virus and Kelley beat the band
Some of the top stables were home nursing their ailing horses but the large and fashionable Main Line crowds saw exciting competition
It was more than your money's worth
The most successful National in 25 years had too many horses
A Year of Turmoil and Decision
The third NCAA championship was a breeze. Much more difficult problems were the black boycott of the Olympics, Lew's change of religious affiliation and his choice between the rival pro basketball leagues
The Face of Uncertainty
The St. Louis Rams aren't yet sure what prized rookie running back Lawrence Phillips will amount to, but four games into his NFL career he is a liability on the field and a potential embarrassment off it
He Has Returned To His Roots
After a superb rookie summer in Baltimore, Mike Boddicker has gone home to "the baseball capital of the world"
'He Was the Rock That This Community Was Built On'
In Parkersburg, Iowa, it was a high school coach who led the townspeople out of the rubble of a tornado, showed them how to live a Christian life and brought honor to a football field he mowed himself. What they can't understand is why Ed Thomas was gunned down by a former player