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Oct. 23, 1995

RIK SMITS

When Rik Smits first arrived in Indiana, it was just like beingback on the playground in Eindhoven, Holland: Everyone waspicking on him.

Aug. 02, 1996

BAN THESE GAMES

By Gerry Callahan MEMO TO SYDNEY: IN OLYMPIC SPORTS, LESS IS DEFINITELY MORE

A few months before the Atlanta Games began, an informal surveyrevealed that sportswriters would like to see only one sportadded to the ...

Jan. 19, 1998

Hey, They Love This Guy!

Hose down the sports TV critics and hide the letter openers inthe Fox offices. John Madden may be bolting to ABC's MondayNight Football next ...

July 20, 1996

WE'RE IN A HEAP OF TROUBLE I WENT TO THE OLYMPICS AND A FLEA MARKET BROKE OUT

Now a good word for the pickpockets, muggers and thieves whohave descended upon Atlanta for the Olympics: At least they workfast. They stick a knife in your ...

July 22, 1996

FAB TWO TOM DOLAN WON THE 400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY AT THE EXPENSE OF--WHO ELSE?--MICHIGAN RIVAL ERIC NAMESNIK

Tom Dolan admitted he was having, trouble breathing, last night,but this time it wasn't just the asthma and the hot, heavyAtlanta air that were ...

March 27, 1995

SHOOTING FOR A GOAL THE FLYERS ARE MERELY AIMING FOR THE PLAYOFFS BUT MAY BE IN THE HUNT FOR THE STANLEY CUP

By Gerry Callahan PHOTOGRAPHS BY LOU CAPOZZOLA

As a team, their goal for this season is probably too lame tomake it onto the dressing-room blackboard or into any pregame peptalk.

July 05, 1999

Another Home Run? As he slugs away for the Brewers, Australia's David Nilsson ponders next season: Will he pass up free-agent riches to play in the Sydney Olympics?

There are voices in David Nilsson's head, and they sound as ifthey want to sell him a Subaru Outback. They speak with thateasy Paul Hogan lilt ...