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Reminiscence

A HANK BAUER BASEBALL CARD BRINGS RECOLLECTIONS OF PAST COLLECTIONS

By Jon Kelly Yenser

Pro Football

Bearing Up Mighty Fine

San Francisco shut out Chicago to win the NFC title last season, but on Sunday the Bears beat the 49ers 26-10 to go 6-0

By Paul Zimmerman

Don't scrap with Mr. Ironman

When Tampa Bay has the ball, James Wilder turns into a one-man gang

By Bob Kravitz

EXTRA POINTS

By Jill Lieber

A.L. Playoffs

By George, The Jays Are Some Tough Birds

Toronto survived George Brett's hitting heroics to go home with a 3-2 advantage over the Royals

By E.M. Swift

The Best Teams—Why Not The Best Umpires?

By Jim Kaplan

N.L. Playoffs

Surrender Just Wasn't In The Cards

After dropping two games in L.A., St. Louis returned home and swept three in a row from the Dodgers

By Craig Neff

Oklahoma-Texas

The Big D Was A Big Deal In Big D

Oklahoma's ferocious defense stopped the Texas attack in its tracks as the Sooners won the annual showdown in Dallas 14-7

By Pat Putnam

Neiman

LeRoy, You're A Real Piece Of Work

The critics be damned, there are folks out there who actually like LeRoy Neiman's flashy sports art

By Franz Lidz

College Football

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

By Hank Hersch

Pro Basketball

Welcome to 'Air Bol'

Stronger and heavier, the Bullets' 7'7" Manute Bol could be a force

By Jack McCallum

Arguello

Adrift in a Sea of Choices

Alexis Arguello once considered suicide as an escape from the contradictions and ambiguities that filled a rich life with betrayal and despair

By Gary Smith

On The Scene

WORLD CHAMPION DISC HURLERS HAD A SIX-DAY FLING FESTIVAL IN CALIFORNIA

By Austin Murphy

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 7-13

Compiled by Dan Levin

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert Sullivan