TABLE OF CONTENTS
September 21, 1992 | Volume 77, Issue 12
September 21, 1992 | Sally Jenkins
The Bills and the 49ers raced from end zone to end zone, with Buffalo finally proving it can win a matchup with an NFC powerhouse
The champion Redskins got on a winning track, beating Atlanta to avoid an 0-2 start
New York has two quarterbacks, too many aging defensive players and, now, two losses
Julio César Chávez beat up Hector Camacho in a bruising bout between old acquaintances
A slump at home may have knocked the fatigued Baltimore Orioles from contention for the American League East title
September 21, 1992 | Austin Murphy
September 21, 1992
Football at St. John'sA big hoorah for Austin Murphy's piece about John Gagliardi's coaching philosophy at St. John's of Minnesota (The Gentlest Giants, Aug. 31). As a high school coach for 20...
September 21, 1992 | Richard Hoffer
OFFENSEColorado sophomore quarterback Kordell Stewart completed 16 of 17 passes for 251 yards and three TDs in a 57-38 win over Baylor. He left with an ankle sprain after the first half.
Make Room in Cooperstown
That's Why They're Called RookiesThe best theft of the week was pulled off by Padre outfielder Jerald Clark. When Dodger rookie catcher Mike Piazza went to the mound in the seventh inning to talk...
The improbable sport of handcar racing is on a roll
SIZZLE TO FIZZLE
In the midst of one of his best years ever, 50-year-old Ray Floyd made his debut on the Senior tour
September 21, 1992 | Steve Rushin
Morton Heilig "improves" familiar games and sports equipment
September 21, 1992 | Edited by Sally Guard
ArrestedTennis great Arthur Ashe, 49, and some 80 other protesters, for refusing to leave the median strip of Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House, where 1,000 people gathered on Sept....
September 21, 1992
Ted MoylenNEW PORT RICHEY, FLA.Moylen, 67, set four world age-group records and won his second 65- to 69-year-old drug-free world title in a row by squatting 429 pounds, benching 214 and...
A baseball fan, fresh from a trip abroad, returns to find his favorite game in a nightmarish state
Plan B, as in Bogus
Chuck Knox, Los Angeles Ram coach: "Most of my clichés aren't original."