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Reminiscence

FOOTBALL IN THE BIG HOUSE

By Andy Hjelmeland

Perspective

NEW KING BOFFO AT BOX OFFICE

By Paul Fichtenbaum

Reporter-At-Large

A FORMER MAJOR LEAGUER SAVORS ITALIAN BASEBALL

By Jay Jennings

On The Scene

THE TOPPS BIDS WERE OUT OF SIGHT

By Franz Lidz

Auburn-Tennessee

HIGH TIMES

By upsetting Auburn on a damp—and delirious—afternoon, Tennessee watched its winning streak soar to nine

By Austin Murphy

College Football

THIS IS FOR YOU, SAL

A week after quarterback Sal Aunese's death, Colorado routed Washington

By Bruce Newman

Pro Basketball

SITTING PRETTY IN ROME

With a huge salary and all the pasta he can eat, Danny Ferry doesn't regret having said ciao to the NBA and pronto to pro hoops Italian-style

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Browns-Broncos

NIPPED IN THE BUD

Bud Carson's Browns—still learning his intricate defense—stopped the Broncos

By Paul Zimmerman

NHL Preview 1989-90

THE HONEYMOONERS

A BEVY OF THE SOVIETS' MOST STUNNING STARS HAS BEEN WOOED AND WON BY THE NHL

By Jay Greenberg

OUT with the NEW, IN with the OLD

COACHING SHIFTS HAVE BROUGHT SOME FAMILIAR FACES BACK TO THE NHL, BUT ONE THING WON'T CHANGE: CALGARY WILL KEEP THE STANLEY CUP

By Jay Greenberg

Football's Week

THE NFL

By Peter King

Baseball

OH, WHAT A RELIEF IT IS

Led by its bullpen, Toronto finally won in the clutch

By Peter Gammons

Inside\Baseball

BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

Dan Hampton

COOL HAND DAN

Dan Hampton has been the soul of the Bears' defense for more than a decade because, whether on the field in Chicago or on the farm in Arkansas, he plays with all his heart

By Jill Lieber

Sideline

SCREWBALLS, ONE AND ALL

Why in the world would someone invent the Belly Ball?

By Sarah Boxer

Spotlight

DROPPING IN THE SERIES

Parachutist Mike Sergio's landing led off the startling events of Game 6 in 1986

By Stephen Kiesling

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Sept. 25-Oct. 1

Compiled By Sarah B. Schmidt

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

THERE'S STILL HOPE, ELVA

At 108, Elva Kling Reyburn kept rooting for the Cubs

By Rick Telander

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Hank Hersch