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November 21, 1994 | Volume 81, Issue 21

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Ricky Watters Cover - Sports Illustrated November 21, 1994

November 21, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolff

November 21, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolff
Leland's, a Manhattan collectibles dealer, will be putting $2 million worth of sports memorabilia on the auction block this weekend, including the four-room house in Commerce, Okla., in which...

November 21, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolff
IKEA, the home-furnishings chain, will offer free quiche to all males who visit its stores on Jan. 15, the day on which the NFL conference championships will be played, "to give a break to the men...

November 21, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolff
Russ FrancisFormer NFL tight end, on the hit movie "Forrest Gump": "[It's] the heartwarming story of a simpleminded Southern boy who leads a fantasy sports life. I kind of wish, though, that they...

November 21, 1994 | Rick Telander

November 21, 1994 | Austin Murphy
Every so often he will mangle the name of a player or struggle to identify a formation, but that's O.K. Barry Switzer is a delegator, a big-picture guy. Still, you would have thought that by...

November 21, 1994 | Richard Hoffer

November 21, 1994 | Mark Mulvoy
As a senior editor at PEOPLE magazine, where his duties once included coordinating coverage of England's royal family, Dick Friedman dealt with more stories about Prince Charles than about Sir...

November 21, 1994 | S.L. Price

November 21, 1994 | Tim Rosaforte

November 21, 1994 | Jaime Diaz
The Gary McCord flap at Augusta is one more sign that golf has joined popular culture

November 21, 1994 | Tom Verducci
Penn State coach Joe Paterno called the other day to ask about the alligator. In his campaign to persuade Bethlehem (Pa.) Catholic High senior Dan Kendra III to attend Penn State, Paterno figured...

November 21, 1994 | Franz Lidz
The first time Nick Charles and Fred Hickman occupied the same TV screen was at a 1970 high school football game in Springfield, Ill. Charles was a 24-year-old rookie sportscaster for...

November 21, 1994 | Bruce Newman
Michael Schumacher was trying desperately to make a left on Sunday as he entered the East Terrace turn at the Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide, but he wound up making three quick moves that led...

November 21, 1994 | Tim Kurkjian
A Black Republican running for a congressional scat in an Oklahoma district that's 90% white and predominantly Democratic is like a quarterback running the wishbone offense with a weak line, a...

November 21, 1994 | Tim Layden

November 21, 1994 | Tim Layden

November 21, 1994
Eddie PopeHIGH POINT, N.C.

November 21, 1994 | Bil Gilbert

November 21, 1994 | Gerry Callahan
Humberto Gonzalez beat Michael Carbajal in a disappointingly dreary rubber match

November 21, 1994
NESCAC athletics should be the model for varsity sports at all postsecondary schools in this country.BRUCE V. BAILEY, SEATTLE

November 21, 1994 | John Walters
Rising Tide

November 21, 1994 | John Walters
OffenseSouthern Cars Rob Johnson, a senior, completed 25 of 35 passes for 390 yards and three touchdowns, and ran for another TD, as the Trojans defeated Arizona 45-28.

November 21, 1994 | Rick Telander
Seeing prospects fill big league shoes would be better than seeing no baseball at all

November 21, 1994 | Tom Verducci

November 21, 1994 | Tim Rosaforte

November 21, 1994 | Tim Rosaforte
Wacky facts from the world of golf.

November 21, 1994 | Douglas S. Looney
Raymond Floyd and Jim Albus played the 18th hole five times in sudden death before Floyd prevailed to win the Senior Tour Championship at Myrtle Beach

November 21, 1994 | Jill Lieber
Sharper Than Sterling?

November 21, 1994 | Julian Rubinstein
Historians consider the turkey and venison feast shared between Pilgrims and Indians at Plymouth Colony, Mass., in 1621 to be the origin of the Thanksgiving Day tradition. But some football fans...

November 21, 1994 | Jill Lieber
Last February, Packer free safety George Teague finally admitted something was wrong. Despite constantly eating to feed a voracious appetite, Teague had been losing weight at an alarming rate...