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Where Have You Gone, Roger Staubach?
Embroiled in a quarterback dustup and beset by drug rumors, Dallas needs to find a leader—and quick
Putting It All on the Line
Mary Decker won two golds and Carl Lewis three in track and field's magnificent first World Championships ever
'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
POOR LI'L MIDGETS TEXAS STYLE
In the richest midget-car races ever run, Houston's Astrodome unleashed top U.S. drivers on a cratered horror.
A Match Goes Down in History
It was Bjorn Borg's fifth consecutive Wimbledon title, but the five-set final will be remembered as much for its heroic loser, John McEnroe, who won the fans' plaudits
More distance racing, please!
The damaging effects of the American preoccupation with sprint racing are examined in Part II of the series (SI, Feb. 13), 'The Troubles of a Prosperous Sport'
The Question: As a rider, which do you consider the best track for horse racing in the country? The worst? (Asked of jockeys.)
JIM CANGEMIE, Astoria, N.Y.Burgess Stable"The best tracks are Belmont, Hialeah and Saratoga. I like the wide, sweeping turns. Rails are easier to ride.
Maria Sharapova was the latest 16-year-old to take Wimbledon by storm. But where will she be in a few years?
The fate of New Orleans's NFL team took a backseat to scenes of despair