CONTENTS

February 15, 1993

12
HE DID ALL HE COULD
Arthur Ashe, paragon of tennis greatness, personal dignity and tireless devotion to noble causes, died last week at 49
BY KENNY MOORE

16
RIDDICK-ULOUS
Riddick Bowe, making the first defense of his heavyweight crown, knocked out an aging Michael Dokes in Round 1
BY PAT PUTNAM

18
WHO'S RUNNING THE BULLS?
Whether it's Phil Jackson or Michael Jordan who's really in charge, Chicago is finding winning another title won't be as easy
BY JACK McCALLUM

24
MOST VISIBLE PLAYER
Dallas Cowboy quarterback Troy Aikman's MVP performance in the Super Bowl spelled instant celebrity for him
BY JILL LIEBER

30
THE WILD THING
Al Iafrate, possessor of the NHL's hardest shot, likes motorcycles, heavy metal and playing defense for the Washington Caps
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

40
S.O.S. FROM THE AT&T
Playing in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, the author discovered, was a lot tougher than writing about it
BY RICK REILLY

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FINDERS, KEEPERS, LOSERS, SLEEPERS
College recruiting has become a spectator sport with fans all its own
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

NO PLACE LIKE HOME FOR A HAWKEYE
Iowans were determined not to let their best prospect leave the state
BY SALLY JENKINS

A LEG UP ON THE IRISH
Florida State's class includes a kicker once bound for Notre Dame
BY WILLIAM F. REED

DEPARTMENTS

4
FACES IN THE CROWD

7
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

46
SPORTS PEOPLE

62
COLLEGE BASKETBALL

64
PRO BASKETBALL

68
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY MICHAEL O'NEILL

PHOTOSTEVE LIPOFSKYLook What I Found!: In a magical moment during Larry Bird's retirement bash at Boston Garden, the honoree pulled back the familiar warmup jacket of a certain honorer to uncover a most unlikely T-shirt (page 46).

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