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Nostalgia

GIVE HIM CREDIT FOR THE CHARGE

Tommy Walker converted six notes into a famous fanfare

By Bruce Anderson

Business

IT'S GOING, GOING—MAYBE

The auction market for sports collectibles is soft

By Robert H. Boyle

Focus

MEET A MOST SPORTING MOM

When Kathy Kahan takes up a game, watch out

By Kelli Anderson

Georgia Tech-Virginia

REVERSALS OF FORTUNE

On a Saturday of surprises, no team suffered as severe a blow as Virginia, which was stripped of its No. 1 ranking in a loss to Georgia Tech

By Austin Murphy

Reversals Of Fortune

BELL OF THE BALL

Iowa was smelling roses after Nick Bell waltzed for big yardage at Illinois

By Douglas S. Looney

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER

Colorado saved its best for last, upending Nebraska with four touchdowns in the fourth quarter

By Sally Jenkins

Herschel Walker

'I AM NOT A DOG'

Herschel Walker says his critics are barking up the wrong tree when they blame him for the Vikings' troubles

By Jill Lieber

NBA In Japan

East MEETS WEST

The NBA showed how to export a product to Japan, where the Jazz and Suns split regular-season wins

By Jack McCallum

Glen Sather

His CUPS Runneth Over

Glen Sather loses Wayne Gretzky, so what happens? His Oilers win again

By Jay Greenberg

Marathon

HAIL TO KENYA'S RISING SON

Japanese-trained Douglas Wakiihuri won New York

By Merrell Noden

Inside

THE NFL

By Peter King

College Report

COLLEGE REPORT

By William F. Reed

PACIFIC HEIGHTS

By Hank Hersch

Stallone

ROCKY THE ARTICLE

As the bell sounds for Round 5 of the Rock opera, Sylvester Stallone dreams of a box-office knockout

By Franz Lidz

Yesterday

BEST TEAM YOU NEVER HEARD OF

The '57 USF Dons were unbeaten—and unsung

By Ron Fimrite

Reminiscence

ONE OF THE BIGGER WHEELS

Alf Goullet, still spry at 99, was cycling's darling in the six-day races of the 1920s

By Peter Nye

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Oct. 29-Nov. 4

Compiled by Amy Nutt

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

RELAXING THE TIES THAT BIND

At last, collegians may be able to test the pro waters

By Rick Telander

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf