TABLE OF CONTENTS
November 16, 1987 | Volume 67, Issue 21
A result of nays on stadiums: President Bill Bradley
•Suzanne Martin, wife of Washington Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke, on whether her husband gets upset if one of his players is injured: "Certainly. Yes, he does—as if one of our racehorses were hurt."
With star defenseman Paul Coffey on the sidelines in a contract dispute, the Edmonton Oilers are off to a so-so start
November 16, 1987 | Donald J. Barr
In the 29 years that Opera Buff Jo Schiano has managed the day-to-day operation of our art department, she has survived four art directors, seen Madame Butterfly 20 times and dealt with more...
On Jan. 26, 1982, Kermit Washington limped away from pro basketball. His knees ached, his back ached and when anyone asked about his infamous one-punch rearrangement of Rudy Tomjanovich's face in...
Dabney Coleman is a hit in 'The Slap Maxwell Story'
November 16, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
MIXED REVIEWS (CONT.)Ron Mix (So Little Gain for the Pain, Oct. 19) makes a strong case for sympathizing with the NFL players' strike because of the physical and mental abuse the players get from...
A DIFFERENT KICK
OFFENSE:Iowa quarterback Chuck Hartlieb and wingback Quinn Early hooked up for 10 completions and four touchdowns in a 52-24 win over Northwestern. Early's 256 yards receiving and Hartlieb's seven...
David Davis is deaf, but his message in the ring comes through loud and clear
November 16, 1987
LEO WILLIAMSAUBURN, MASS.Williams, 50, the soccer coach at Auburn High, earned his 200th career victory when the Dandies shut out Burncoat High 8-0. For his 20 seasons at Auburn, Williams has a...
PRO BASKETBALL—As the 42nd NBA season opened, the Los Angeles Lakers appeared eager to show that they could do what no team has done since the Boston Celtics of 1968-69: repeat as NBA champions....