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Viewpoint

WHAT'S IN A NAME? TO CORPORATIONS THAT PROMOTE SPORTS, A GREAT DEAL

By Jim Kaplan

Booktalk

ALTHOUGH GRAND IN SCOPE, THIS NEW BIO OF BOBBY JONES IS, ALAS, SUBPAR

By Jonathan Yardley

The Steelers

This Could Be Their Last Grasp

Joe Greene got his first sack of the year and Pittsburgh its first win in four games, but both may have been too late

By Paul Zimmerman

SPURS THAT JINGLE JANGLE MANGLE

San Antonio's good-hit, no-field style has undergone an amazing transformation. Just ask its opponents

By John Papanek

Unbeaten No More

HEY, NOT EVERYBODY CAN BE PERFECT

Alabama, UCLA, North Carolina and Baylor—unbeaten, ranked in the Top 10 and aspirants for the national title—bit the dust

By Douglas S. Looney

Marques Johnson

AT THE TOP OF HIS PROFESSION

Marques Johnson, who may well be the best forward in the NBA, performs high above the opposition, stopping time, defying gravity

By John Papanek

Bear Hunt

BY BEARS GESMITTEN

With the dollar a bargain, a new breed of hunter is on the loose in America. Come out to Colorado and meet Felix, Franz & Co.

By Clive Gammon

Horse Racing

I got the horse right here

So boasted every contestant in the $50,000 World Series of Handicapping, as the country's top horseplayers raced neck-and-neck to the wire in a battle of the egos

By William Leggett

College Football

Cut 'em off with a pass

Brigham Young's offensive philosophy is that the quickest and easiest way into the other guy's end zone is to throw the ball and leave the running to the track team

By Joe Marshall

THE WEEK

By Herm Weiskopf

Soccer

It's happy days at Appy

Appalachian State is in the Top 10 thanks to a coach who knows the value of an African connection and understands that meal books go right to a player's heart

By J.D. Reed

TV/Radio

AT LAST, ALL ACTION AND NO TALK

By William Oscar Johnson

Perspective

A VETERAN HUNTER DISCOVERS THAT HE NEEDN'T USE A GUN TO ACHIEVE HIS AIM

By Michael Baughman

Reminiscence

AFTER A ROCKY START, THIS ROOKIE NURSED A SINGLE INTO A HOME RUN

By Jack Winter

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 27-Nov. 2

Compiled by Craig Neff

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

CREDITS

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