?The penalty meted out to Florida State receiver Peter Warrick for his celebrated department-store scam. Warrick pleaded guilty to petty theft and will do 300 hours of community service but no jail time. "A miracle from above," coach Bobby Bowden called the return of Warrick, who caught 11 passes but also dropped a couple in the Seminoles' 17-14 win over Clemson.
?A 376-yard drive by Jason Zuback (SCORECARD, Oct. 25), who four-peated at last Saturday's World Long Drive Championship in Mesquite, Nev.
?Former Twins and Senators owner Calvin Griffith, 87. In 1978 Griffith, whom SI once called a "penurious crank," told a Waseca, Minn., banquet crowd why he moved his team from Washington, D.C., to the North Star State: "Black people don't go to ball games, but they'll fill up a rassling ring.... We came because you've got good, hardworking white people here."
?Thomas Mikunda, with shotgun pellets fired by Indiana basketball coach Bob Knight. Mikunda took 16 pellets in the back and right shoulder when hunting buddy Knight accidentally shot him instead of a grouse. Knight paid $581 in fines, and his victim didn't grouse—maybe Mikunda felt honored to have been shot by the General.