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October 05, 1987 | Volume 67, Issue 15

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Lloyd Moseby Cover - Sports Illustrated October 05, 1987

October 05, 1987 | Robert Sullivan
When you think of the great mountains of Nepal and Tibet, you think of a ferocious wilderness—barren, windswept, yet starkly beautiful and pristine in its isolation. The facts are more mundane....

October 05, 1987 | Edited by Sarah Ballard
STRIKING TRIVIAThe Tonawanda (N.Y.) Cardinals of the Niagara Youth Football League (ages 11 and 12) staged a mock work stoppage last week. Their demands: a dollar per game, more water during...

October 05, 1987 | Edited by Sarah Ballard
•Carlton Fisk, White Sox catcher, on his call for a slider, which pitcher Floyd Bannister shook off in favor of a fastball, which Seattle's Harold Reynolds hit for a single, which cost Bannister a...

October 05, 1987 | Peter Gammons

October 05, 1987 | Alexander Wolff
Tabbed for the cellar last spring, another won't-quit Canadian club is still alive

October 05, 1987 | Hank Hersch

October 05, 1987 | Paul Zimmerman

October 05, 1987 | Donald J. Barr
At 3 a.m., while most of us are asleep, CBS news correspondent Judy Muller is leaving her home in Metuchen, N.J. By 4:10 she's in her Manhattan office preparing her four-minute radio commentary....

October 05, 1987 | Jill Lieber
The strike had members of the Cowboys, like other NFL players, checking their wallets and their consciences

October 05, 1987 | William Taaffe
NBC, which used to be more interested in yuks and studio audiences than in hardnosed journalism on its NFL pregame show, beat CBS up and down the line of scrimmage in coverage of the strike. On...

October 05, 1987 | David Remnick

October 05, 1987 | Jaime Diaz

October 05, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'I haven't finished reading my Sept. 7 issue, because Leigh Montville's article on Southern California (Everything under the Sun) made me stop to write immediately. Montville had...

October 05, 1987 | Craig Neff
Mike Pigg won the USTS title on Hilton Head Island

October 05, 1987 | Robert Sullivan

October 05, 1987 | Robert Sullivan
OFFENSE: Holy Cross quarterback Jeff Wiley completed 27 of 39 passes for 414 yards and seven TDs—both school records—in a 63-6 rout of Lehigh. Wiley, a junior, amassed 313 of those yards in the...

October 05, 1987 | Ron Fimrite
Dave Stewart, once washed-up, is now awash in success

October 05, 1987 | Peter Gammons
WHAT A DIFFERENCE A YEAR MAKESIn our last look inside the 1987 season, we note that as the final week began, three of the '86 division champions, the Red Sox, Angels and Astros, had losing...

October 05, 1987 | Peter Gammons
EDDIE MURRAY, 1B, ORIOLESThe glory days are over. Woeful Baltimore could use...well, everything.

October 05, 1987 | Gary Smith
A RITUAL FISTFIGHT HIGH IN THE BOLIVIAN ANDES REVEALS A PROFOUND BUT SIMPLE TRUTH ABOUT MEN AND BOXING

October 05, 1987 | Judy Muller

October 05, 1987 | Jim Kaplan
Roberto Clemente's sports center is taking shape

October 05, 1987 | Compiled by Amy Lennard
BOATING—JIM KROPFELD, 46, of Cincinnati earned 825 points in the Las Vegas Silver Cup event on Lake Mead to win his second consecutive national unlimited hydroplane racing championship.

October 05, 1987
LAURA CHAPOTNESHANIC STATION, N.J.Laura, 15, rode off with the American Horse Shows Association Hunter Pony championships, in Culpepper, Va. Laura and her gray mare pony, Bon Soir, won the model,...

October 05, 1987 | Ron Fimrite
How I rate Reggie Jackson. And how he rates himself