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November 04, 1985 | Volume 63, Issue 20

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November 04, 1985 | Robert L. Miller
It didn't take long for senior writer William Nack to find out what it meant to be a stranger in the tight-knit, troubled farm community of Glenville, Minn. "I walked into Don's Market the day...

November 04, 1985 | Compiled by BAILEY BREENE GENDRON
BASEBALL—The KANSAS CITY ROYALS shut out the St. Louis Cardinals 11-0 in the seventh game to win the World Series (page 22).

November 04, 1985
SARAH MOOREKALISPELL, MONT.Sarah, 12, beat 37 older women to win the 5K Autumn Run near Kalispell in 19:04. Two weeks earlier, in a field of some 380 women, she ran a 19:06 and finished second to...

November 04, 1985 | Edited by Gay Flood
ARGUELLO'S RETURNSir:I read with deep interest and a mixture of emotions Gary Smith's superb account of the fall of Alexis Arguello (Adrift In A Sea Of Choices, Oct. 21). I reacted both as a...

November 04, 1985 | Edited by Robert Sullivan

November 04, 1985 | Edited by Robert Sullivan
•Joel Hilgenberg, New Orleans Saints center, whose brother, Jay, plays the same position for the Chicago Bears: "We're the only family I know that plays catch not facing each other."

November 04, 1985 | Ron Fimrite

November 04, 1985 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Long before John Tudor put his gone-south paw through a dugout fan; before Joaquin Andujar put his mouth where his brain might have been; before the rest of the St. Louis Nuthouse Gang attempted...

November 04, 1985 | William Taaffe
The best managerial move of the '85 Series was not made by Whitey Herzog or Dick Howser but by Roone Arledge. It was Arledge, ABC's president of news and sports, who effectively locked Howard...

November 04, 1985 | Rick Telander
William (The Refrigerator) Perry, the Bears' favorite appliance, is one cool commodity in Chicago

November 04, 1985 | Rick Telander
Move over, Refrigerator. Here are some other guys who are unlikely to carry the ball—but who could.

November 04, 1985 | Rick Reilly

November 04, 1985 | Hank Hersch

November 04, 1985 | Hank Hersch
OFFENSE: Joe Dudek of Plymouth (N.H.) State scored five touchdowns in a 35-15 win over Bridgewater to surpass Walter Payton's career record of 66. He also gained 274 yards to top the 5,000 mark.

November 04, 1985 | Austin Murphy
Steely-eyed, sternly handsome coach Jeff Davis is a menacing presence on the practice field—until he opens his mouth. Then you wonder if Richard Simmons has had a makeover. Beneath a pitiless...

November 04, 1985 | Barry McDermott
Jim Thorpe won the rich PGA Tour finale, dubbed "Beman Roulette"

November 04, 1985 | Nancy Traver
Upstart Gary Kasparov has world champion Anatoly Karpov on the ropes

November 04, 1985 | Jill Lieber
Paul Zimmerman reports from Anaheim on Sunday's Rams-49ers game: It was a textbook lesson on offensive football, and after it was over, after San Francisco had risen from the dead to hand the Rams...

November 04, 1985 | Jill Lieber
OFFENSE: San Francisco's Roger Craig carried 14 times for 63 yards and one TD and caught six passes for 132 yards, including a 73-yarder, and another TD as the 49ers handed L.A. its first loss, 28-14.

November 04, 1985 | Bob Kravitz
High-scoring Michel Goulet has yet to win the hearts of Quebec's fans

November 04, 1985 | William Nack

November 04, 1985 | David Mamet
Marksmanship appeals to two basic aspects of our American character: the love of skill and the desire to hear things go boom.