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Another lesson from a master
Now 80 and long retired from tournament play, Harold S. Vanderbilt, inventor of contract bridge, has written a new book on his theories
Books A breezy read on the Yanks, but sentimentality clouds bios of Hank Aaron and Marion Jones
freelance writer and radio producer, Tolan examines Aaron's record-breaking, troubled and now increasingly overlooked career from every ...
Piling It On Once Again
Undefeated Ohio State has Buckeye fans wondering if this team stacks up with Woody Hayes's best
PAT ON THE BACK
ROBBIE BARDFor three years, 14-year-old Robbie Bard of Annandale-on- Hudson, N.Y. has been 1) tying trout flies and 2) enraging adult fishermen in the area.
A Break In The Action
There was no cheering to be heard in a heartbroken nation as sports paused to observe a moment of silence.
RUPP'S OLD FIEF IS FAR FROM BARREN
In his first year Hall guided the 'Cats to a 20-8 record and the finals of the Mideast Region, but Rupp, who still had his own postgame radio ...
Soul Survivor To a chastened Paul Azinger, winning the Sony Open for his first victory in seven years was cause for reflection instead of celebration
There is a difference between the Paul Azinger of today and theAzinger of 1993. The Azinger of today looks for meaning ineverything that ...
SI: Is it true you majored in radio, TV and motion pictures at. North Carolina? Fox: It is. SI: They don't offer that major at Duke, you know.
OH WOW! A CAREENING CARROT!
One entry, a tiny metal box with wheels that flew balloons and shot off small rockets, was radio-controlled. An entry called Amelia's Silver Cloud, ...
Once past the Iron Curtain, though, the Arsenals were presented as the best the world of darkness and capitalism could offer, according to Radio Moscow's view ...