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IT'S ALL IN THE CARDS
These three teams have some new cards to play—but not the right ones. At least there's one sure thing about playing the SEATTLE ...
A RECITAL OF THE UPS AND DOWNS OF MR. JAMES CARTER, A TALENTED TIGER WHO KNOWS HOW TO LOSE AS THOUGH HE WERE TRYING TO WIN
James W. Carter lost his lightweight title to Bud Smith in Boston a week ago. If the fight was wet around the edges, as some of the fans suspect whenever Jimmy ...
Postcards From the EDGE
There was a lot of carnage at last week's PGA, but David Duval was the sorriest sight. After opening with an 80, Duval was six over on his first ...
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT
INJURED WATER-POLO PLAYER ZADOR COMPLETES QUESTIONNAIRE. U.S. VICE-CONSUL C. T. YORK (SECOND FROM LEFT) OFFERS ASYLUM TO ...
Dèjà Vu All Over Again
In the rematch no one wanted, the Cowboys will go for two in a row, while the Bills will try to avoid the humiliation of another Super Bowl defeat
A franchise-first title is just one reward San Antonio's Sophia Young is closing in on; she might be the MVP too
"Hey, Bob," Nebraska Coach Joe Cipriano said the other day, welcoming the Converse shoe salesman to his office. "I can always count on you showing up.
At Louisville a dark horse won, an old champion made a comeback, and The Lemon Drop Kid conquered all
BACK IN THE RUNNING
n the second carry of the rest of his life, Buffalo Bills running back Willis McGahee juked left behind the line of scrimmage, stepped forward ...