Shopwalk
Yesterday
Olympics
Showplaces
People
Design For Sport
Out of the sheath and into the showcase
There is an extraordinary boom in custom-made hunting knives—largely created by buyers who will never bloody a blade. Although serious hunters are well served, most of the new beauties go to collectors
College Football
Boxing
Pro Football
Getting old or just fashionably late?
First favored this season, then all but written off as too long in the tooth, the veteran Vikings hung on like a common cold Sunday to beat Detroit, and now they are back in the thick of the Central Division race
Pro Tour
O'ER THE LAND OF THE FEE
For the touring pros, most of whom are foreign, the U.S. is a tennis El Dorado, making it easier to accept other things about their adopted country
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments
IT'S ALABAMA IN A RUNAWAY
When last seen, Terry Davis and his Crimson Tide were rolling on, while bits of LSU were strewn over the field
YOU CAN'T BUFFALO THE SABRES
At least for the time being. Just another expansion patsy until this year, Buffalo's icemen have hacked their way high in the standings with a fiery young line, a cool old defenseman and a rejuvenated goalie