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Reminiscence

WHENEVER NOTRE DAME TOOK TO THE FIELD, FAMOUS FAN ABBY'S IRISH ROSE

By Earl H. Smith

On The Scene

AN EXPERIENCED NASCAR DRIVER NOW DOUBLES AS CO-OWNER OF HIS VEHICLE

By Bob Ottum

Viewpoint

A TEXAS LAWYER CRITIQUES SI'S PLAN FOR CLEANING UP COLLEGE ATHLETICS

By Charles Alan Wright

College Football

Splish, Splash, Iowa Took A Bath

The Hawkeyes lost their grip on No. 1 as they fell to Ohio State, but Florida and Penn State remained undefeated—and so did Air Force

By Hank Hersch

Their Hall-mark Is Winning

By Rick Reilly

Lionhearted, At Least

By Jack McCallum

Soar, Falcons, Soar

By Douglas S. Looney

An outgun 'em kind of guy

Big Brian McClure throws strikes for still unbeaten Bowling Green

By Jack Falla

THE WEEK

By Austin Murphy

Breeders' Cup

Some Kind Of Day At The Races

The Breeders' Cup lived up to its all-star billing and Proud Truth's stretch run was a fitting finale

By William Nack

Blowing A Fuse Over The News

Bad tidings about their beloved basketball team had Kentucky's fans whistling a foul on a paper

By Alexander Wolff

Berghmans

Handle At Your Own Risk

Don't mess with Ingrid Berghmans. Belgium's world judo champion tears through opponents—and through life, too

By Barry McDermott

Pro Football

By Design, He's Different

Dennis Swilley, Vikings center, artist and architect, is back in the NFL after skipping the 1984 season to build his dream house

By Jill Lieber

EXTRA POINTS

By Jill Lieber

Karate

Competing mainly for kicks

Pro champ Jerry Clarke doesn't make much money but he's high on his sport

By Pat Putnam

Saberhagen

ATTABOY, BRET

Bret Saberhagen became a dad, won Game 7, caught ticker tape and met the Prez, all in a week, and he'll have more sweet dreams—if he can get to sleep

By E.M. Swift

First Person

THIS STRICTLY WORKING RELATIONSHIP TURNED INTO A HEART-TUGGING AFFAIR

By David E. Brown

Sideline

CENTRAL PARK'S SAILORS REMAIN ON SHORE BUT ARE AWASH IN ENTHUSIASM

By N. Brooks Clark

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 28-Nov. 3

Compiled by Bailey Breene Gendron

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 H. Boyle