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December 2, 1985 Table Of Contents

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On The Scene

ALTHOUGH SOME HOCKEY PLAYERS LIKE PLASTIC ICE, IT LEAVES OTHERS COLD

By J.E. Vader

Perspective

IN THE ANCIENT WORLD, 'KROTON' WAS SYNONYMOUS WITH OLYMPIC LAURELS

By Ed Burns

Pro Football

A Tower Of Power

The New York Jets' defense stood tall in a bruising 16-13 sudden-death victory over the New England Patriots in their showdown for first place in the AFC East

By Paul Zimmerman

Oops, Here Come The Raiders Again

By Ralph Wiley

Welcome To The Old Folks' Home

Playing in his first tournament as a senior citizen, Gary Player, just turned 50, came up with a victory

By Barry McDermott

Gloomy season, socko finale

A spirited Grey Cup made Canada's pro football miseries more palatable

By Bob Kravitz

EXTRA POINTS

By Jill Lieber

The Flyers

Coping With A Death In The Family

The close-knit Flyers, a team of immense promise, keep soldiering on after the loss of Pelle Lindbergh

By E.M. Swift

Heisman Trophy

What The Heck, Why Not Dudek?

Do the big names have the right stuff for a Heisman winner? No, but Joltin' Joe Dudek surely does

By Rick Reilly

Doug Flutie

Portrait Of A Hero In Limbo

All that has come to pass since the Pass has not been magical for the winner of last season's Heisman Trophy

By Sarah Ballard

Pro Basketball

It's a game of inches after all

Playing in the NBA is a tall order, but one that 5'7" Spud Webb fills

By Jack McCallum

College Football

Chewed up by the pound pups

Oklahoma's wild-dog defense held the second-ranked Huskers at bay

By Bruce Newman

THE WEEK

By Hank Hersch

L.L. Bean

USING THE OLD BEAN

Back in 1912, Leon Leonwood Bean (left) began his mail-order business with a boot that was returned by 90 of the first 100 buyers. Today, L.L.'s brainchild does $280 million in sales

By John Skow

Spotlight

BUBBA SHOBERT HAS LONG BEEN ON THE RIGHT TRACK. NOW HE'S A CHAMP

By Sam Moses

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 18-24

Compiled by James E. Reynolds

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 Craig Neff