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September 23, 1991 | Volume 75, Issue 13

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Desmond Howard Cover - Sports Illustrated September 23, 1991

September 23, 1991 | Sally Jenkins

September 23, 1991 | Austin Murphy
Houston's David Klingler had a long rough night in Miami

September 23, 1991 | Richard Hoffer
Down-home Atlanta took two of three games from way-out L.A. to remain atop the National League West

September 23, 1991 | Paul Zimmerman
Led by the running and catching of Thurman Thomas, the Bills stayed unbeaten—barely

September 23, 1991 | Rick Reilly

September 23, 1991 | John Papanek
Since February, when we changed the format of our for the record section—from a roundup of the week's sporting news to a much more select compilation of items on sports personalities—the section...

September 23, 1991 | E.M. Swift
Kim Zmeskal of the U.S. made history in Indianapolis by winning the women's all-around at a stormy World Gymnastics Championships

September 23, 1991 | Leigh Montville

September 23, 1991 | Peter King
Now Hear This

September 23, 1991 | Peter King
After each of his first three NFL seasons, with the cowboys, Eagles and Dolphins, respectively, running back Mark Higgs was left unprotected—eligible to sign with any team that wanted him—under...

September 23, 1991 | Peter King
Chip's Shots Go a Long Way

September 23, 1991 | Michael Ray Taylor
A view of two very different people who share an unusual talent: a high aptitude for playing tournament Scrabble

September 23, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian
Alive and Kicking

September 23, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian
Just Another Day at the Park

September 23, 1991 | William F. Reed
The Fall of the Spartans

September 23, 1991 | William F. Reed
OFFENSEFreshman running back Marshall Faulk of San Diego State, subbing for an injured teammate, set an NCAA single-game rushing record of 386 yards on 37 carries and scored seven TDs in a 55-34...

September 23, 1991
Dave BingWhat a joy it was to see Dave Bing get some well-deserved recognition that, to a degree, eluded him during his 12-year career in the NBA (Life Lessons from a Man of Steel, Aug. 19). Back...

September 23, 1991 | E.M. Swift

September 23, 1991 | Robert Horn
A Bangkok stockbroker has capitalized on the golf boom in Thailand by speculating in country club memberships

September 23, 1991 | Franz Lidz
Ethan Allen also played in the first night game, roomed with Dizzy Dean and coached George Bush at Yale

September 23, 1991 | Ron Fimrite
A commissioner, a fallen idol and a union chief are players in two recent volumes

September 23, 1991 | Edited by Michael Jaffe
MarriedIn a traditional ceremony at the Union Missionary Baptist Church in Lansing, Mich., Los Angeles Laker guard Magic Johnson to his college sweetheart Earletha (Cookie) Kelly, one year after...

September 23, 1991

September 23, 1991 | Roy Terrell
Fans, says this old hand, too often take the short view when assessing sport's greatest moments

September 23, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak

September 23, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
[Thumb Up]To retired Boston Bruin defenseman Gord Kluzak, who, after studying off and on at Salem (Mass.) State for the last few years, begins classes this week as a sophomore at Harvard. The...

September 23, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Willie Wilson, Oakland A's outfielder, when told that the A's would be flying to Toronto on a commercial flight rather than on a charter: "You mean we got to go with people?"

September 23, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Steve DeBerg, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, has played 15 NFL seasons, more than any other active quarterback. In that time, he has taken his share of hits, so we asked him to recall the 10...

September 23, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
In a recent survey of professional dry cleaners (amateurs were excluded), Joe Montana and Chris Evert were voted the best-pressed athletes. John McEnroe and Martina Navratilova were selected as...

September 23, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
The multitalented Maury Wills appeared on our Sept. 27, 1971, cover after his Dodgers pulled to within one game of the Giants. One of the FACES IN THE CROWD in that issue was Walter Ray (Deadeye)...