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18 Black And Blue Day In Big D
Firing in with a ferocity rarely seen, the unbeaten Chicago Bears dealt the Cowboys the worst defeat in their history
by Paul Zimmerman

26 Out To Show He's A Good Skate
Stung by criticism, St. Louis Cardinal pitcher John Tudor says that his World Series behavior was out of character
by E.M. Swift

34 Here's Mud In Your Eye, Gerry
After No. 1-ranked Penn State embarrassed Notre Dame 36-6, coach Gerry Faust's days appeared to be numbered
by Rick Reilly

42 The Cat's Meow At Key West
Swashbuckling George Morales drove his catamaran to victory in the turbulent World Offshore Championships
by Sam Moses

44 The Banger From The Balkans
Bulgaria's own Georgi Glouchkov is, so far, just about the only bright spot in the Phoenix Suns' dismal 1-10 season
by Jaime Diaz

46 The Rat That Roared And Prospered
His unsavory nickname is well deserved, but Boston center Ken Linseman makes points on the ice and in business
by Bob Kravitz

74 Nose To Nose Again
They have been at it for years, but Denver's Rubin Carter and San Diego's Don Macek know little about each other
by Gary Smith


13 Scorecard
56 Extra Points
60 Hockey
64 College Football
95 For The Record
96 19th Hole

Cover photograph by John Biever



LEADING OFF: Anyone who thought it might be hibernation time for the Bears was badly mistaken. Chicago sacked Dallas, and it was Cowboy quarterback Danny White who caught some unwanted Z's.