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October 29, 1990 | Volume 73, Issue 18

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Chris Sabo Cover - Sports Illustrated October 29, 1990

October 29, 1990 | Clive Gammon

October 29, 1990 | Bruce Newman
Teenager Vicki Goetze has risen to the top in women's amateur golf

October 29, 1990 | Edited by Nicholas Dawidoff

October 29, 1990 | Edited by Nicholas Dawidoff
•Derek Harper, Dallas Maverick guard, on the clothing boutique opened in that city by his wife, Sheila: "It's her thing. Unless it takes off and makes a lot of money. Then it's our thing."

October 29, 1990 | Steve Wulf

October 29, 1990 | Tim Kurkjian
Two hours after Cincinnati won the World Series, A's pitcher Dave Stewart walked onto the semidarkened field of the Oakland Coliseum and yelled in his squeakiest voice, "Jose Rijo, where are you,...

October 29, 1990 | Steve Rushin
Could it be that Chris Sabo was chosen to live every little boy's dream last week precisely because he is every little boy? The third baseman with the buzz cut was playing astronaut in his bedroom...

October 29, 1990 | Sally Jenkins

October 29, 1990
ROY CAMPANELLARon Fimrite's portrait of former Dodger catcher Roy Campanella (Triumph of the Spirit, Sept. 24) is a magnificent story, a model for anyone who hopes to become a journalist. Without...

October 29, 1990 | Jay Greenberg

October 29, 1990 | Douglas S. Looney

October 29, 1990 | Leo W. Banks
Statuesque cacti are stolen and sold for small fortunes throughout the western U.S.

October 29, 1990 | Leigh Montville

October 29, 1990 | Robert Sullivan
Stephen Hendry takes a cue from the game's stars

October 29, 1990 | William F. Reed
KENTUCKY HOPEFULS

October 29, 1990 | William F. Reed
OFFENSEBob Christian, a senior running back for Northwestern, carried the ball 42 times for 220 yards and a touchdown, and caught six passes for 99 yards and two touchdowns in a 44-34 victory over...

October 29, 1990 | Franz Lidz
DeRhon Robinson strode along the sidelines last Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, S.C., with just a touch of the swagger of Escamillo, the toreador who struts through the gypsy camp...

October 29, 1990 | Peter King

October 29, 1990 | Peter King
DO YOU THINK BOOMER'S LICKING HIS CHOPS?Jerry Glanville's reputation for coaching a bruising defense is taking a beating. No team in NFL history has given up as many passing yards in the first six...

October 29, 1990 | Peter King
Bears at Cardinals. There was a time when this was one of the premier rivalries in sports. Imagine the Cubs and White Sox playing twice a year, with the outcomes counting in the standings. This...

October 29, 1990 | Peter King
The emergence of Barry Word in Kansas City and Rod Bernstine in San Diego gives those teams unusually hefty running attacks. The Chiefs are especially blessed in this department, with Christian...

October 29, 1990 | Peter King
Jerry Tarkanian's memory is a bit hazy about the game. After all, it was played 20 months ago, and it was no contest. Nevada-Las Vegas beat a San Jose State team made up mostly of walk-ons because...

October 29, 1990 | E.M. Swift
COACHES, MANAGERS AND GENERAL MANAGERS ARE FIRED SO OFTEN THAT WE ASSUME THEY HANDLE IT WITH EASE. BUT IN PRO SPORTS, AS IN THE REAL WORLD, GETTING THE BOOT IS ONE OF LIFE'S WORST BLOWS—AND ONE OF...

October 29, 1990 | Ron Fimrite

October 29, 1990 | Randy Welch
Outdoor World and Sportscastle are merchandising giants

October 29, 1990 | Jim Harmon
In 1939, Clay Puett's electric starting gate revolutionized the sport

October 29, 1990 | Compiled by Tim Crothers
BASEBALL—The CINCINNATI REDS swept the Oakland Athletics in four games to win the World Series (page 18).

October 29, 1990
KIM LOCICEROMORGAN HILL, CALIF.Kim, 10, a Softball first baseman in the Spirit of Morgan Hill League minor division (ages 7-10), led the Sunbeams to an 18-4 record and the league championship by...

October 29, 1990 | Leigh Montville
Labiomancy is dirty work when viewing jocks on TV