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September 20, 1993 | Volume 79, Issue 12

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Julio Cesar Chavez Cover - Sports Illustrated September 20, 1993

September 20, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
Stunning Runs

September 20, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
Brent Fanning, the driver of the Pontiac Trans Am shown above, has been suspended because of a stunt he pulled at the U.S. Nationals drag races in Indianapolis. Fanning is sponsored by a dairy,...

September 20, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Charles Flaherty, speaker of the Massachusetts House, on a proposed covered stadium for the New England Patriots: "Why do we need a domed stadium? So we can watch somebody kick a football 70 feet...

September 20, 1993 | William Nack

September 20, 1993 | Richard Hoffer
Notre Dame, attacked in a recent book, gave Michigan both chapter and verse

September 20, 1993 | Alexander Wolff
The U.S. Open was just so many crybabies and no-names until Pete Sampras and Steffi Graf dispatched the pretenders

September 20, 1993 | Paul Zimmerman

September 20, 1993 | Steve Rushin
The Orioles soared into the picture in the American League East

September 20, 1993 | Mark Mulvoy
Last year, a few months before he was named deputy picture editor for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, Steve Fine decided to introduce himself to SI reporter Beth Schmidt at the Winter Olympics in Albertville....

September 20, 1993 | Ron Fimrite
The skies, as they usually are this time of year, were clear and sunny except, of course, for patchy fog along the coast. The wind, predictably, was blowing briskly from the northwest. The bridges...

September 20, 1993 | Tim Kurkjian
The Atlanta Braves' David Justice had 106 RBIs through Sunday, Fred McGriff has been a true Padre-send, and Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Steve Avery are all contenders for the Cy Young Award. But...

September 20, 1993 | Steve Wulf
The time of the game was 2:11, But it really took Darryl Kile two years and live months to finish what he started.

September 20, 1993 | Ron Fimrite
Somewhat like Mrs. O'Learys cow of Chicago fire legend, Mark Whiten had no idea what a fuss he had kicked up last week. The St. Louis Cardinal outfielder's conflagration was ignited by his bat,...

September 20, 1993 | William Oscar Johnson

September 20, 1993 | Ken McAlpine
Always driving solo, Ivan Stewart has won 57 races, including 12 Baja 500s

September 20, 1993 | Jay Jennings
Finally, basketball camp is not just for lucky kids

September 20, 1993 | Amy Nutt
New Jersey's Jim Kelsey supplies many U.S. sports venues with a basic element—dirt

September 20, 1993 | Franz Lidz
Fusing roller-blading and hoops was an easy skate for ex-NBA center Tom LaGarde

September 20, 1993 | William F. Reed

September 20, 1993 | William F. Reed
OFFENSETulsa wide receiver Chris Penn, a senior from Lenapah, Okla., caught 11 passes for 211 yards and three TDs in the Golden Hurricane's 38-24 victory over Houston.

September 20, 1993 | Peter King

September 20, 1993
NikeI would like to thank Donald Katz for the article about Nike (Triumph of the Swoosh, Aug. 16). It was one of the best written and most complete stories I have read in a long time. Unlike many,...

September 20, 1993 | John Ed Bradley

September 20, 1993 | Belinda Luscombe
Buoyed by the success of his Clean Up Australia, Ian Kiernan is set to start scouring the globe

September 20, 1993 | Franz Lidz
'Rudy,' about a steelworker who fulfills his dream of playing for Notre Dame, packs sugar but no spice

September 20, 1993 | Franz Lidz
Crooked players. Crooked coaches. Crooked boosters. Faked math tests. Faked urine tests. Linemen with backed-up brains. A suicidal quarterback who reads SI while lying faceup on a median strip in...

September 20, 1993 | Kenny Moore
Dr. George Sheehan, sage of the running boom, is writing his own finish to his final race

September 20, 1993
Troy DumaisVENTURA, CALIF.Troy, 13, for the second straight year swept all three events (the one-and three-meter springboards and the platform) in the 13-and-under category at the National Junior...