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CONTENTS

Aug. 29, 1988
Aug. 29, 1988

Table of Contents
Aug. 29, 1988

Zurich Track
Diving
Pro Football 1988
Charles White
Bobby Beathard
Bernie Kosar
Horse Racing
Tennis
Update
Point After

CONTENTS

CHASING THE DREAM 20
Butch Reynolds shattered Lee Evans's luminous 20-year-old world record in the 400 meters, at Zurich
by Kenny Moore

This is an article from the Aug. 29, 1988 issue Original Layout

IT'S THE U.S.A. THE HOYA WAY 26
The Olympic basketball team, which has a very Georgetown look, fared well against teams from the NBA
by Alexander Wolff

FLYING OVER TROUBLED WATERS 28
Greg Louganis starred again at the Olympic diving trials, which were touched by controversy
by Craig Neff

NFL '88 36

Where have all the quarterbacks gone?
by Paul Zimmerman

Charles White: A visit to hell
by Rick Reilly

Bobby Beathard: The game's smartest man
by Paul Zimmerman

Bernie Kosar: The brainy Brown
by Rick Telander

AFC Scouting Report
by Paul Zimmerman

Washday in the NFL
by Penny Ward Moser

NFC Scouting Report
by Paul Zimmerman

Jerome Brown: Cool under fire
by Dave Scheiber

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 15
Horse Racing 116
Inside Baseball 118
Tennis 124
For The Record 138
Point After 140

Cover Photograph by Andy Hayt

PHOTOHEINZ KLUETMEIERON THE BRINK: Scott Donie kicked up his heels before taking the plunge at the Olympic diving trials, which were touched by controversy and dominated by three medal winners from the '84 Games (page 28).