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It was harder than he ever expected, but with a bravura performance in the postseason LeBron James made good on his vow to bring a title to South Beach. Will it be the first of many?
THE BATTERED FACE OF A WINNER
On the following pages are photographs by James Drake, George Kalinsky, Neil Leifer, Herb Scharfman and Tony Triolo and a report by Mark ...
The Hardy trout fly rod is honored by fishermen among the English gentry
He showed his new toy with some pride to his brother, John James Hardy, a man of inventive mind and generally a handy man with a fishing rod. John James ...
MIFFED AND ALSO MULISH
It is time to forget about tall ships and wagon trains. They have had their day, accomplished their Bicentennial missions, and have managed to ...
The Master List
The 50 greatest sports figures of the century from each of the 50 states
MARCH OF THE HIT PARADERS
In Los Angeles they called it The Night of the Champions, the show featuring, as it did, WBC featherweight titleholder Danny (Little Red) Lopez ...
A searching essay appraising the man and the football wizard whose sudden death shocked the sports world
THE TROUBLE WITH LEADING AN ARMY
Jack Nicklaus, the U.S. Open champion, got up from the breakfast table before the second round of the Professional Golfers' Association Championship last ...
HERKIMER TELLS HOW TO MAKE 'EM HOLLER
Lawrence R. Herkimer, a dark-haired, 36-year-old ex-professor, is endowed with muscle, bounce and some of the most elastic and durable vocal cords to be ...
NOT QUITE A TERRAPIN STEW
NOT QUITE A TERRAPIN STEW. In the NCAA lacrosse championship, a stall by underdog Johns Hopkins held mighty Maryland for a while.