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October 29, 1979 | Volume 51, Issue 18

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Bill Rodgers Cover - Sports Illustrated October 29, 1979

October 29, 1979 | Jim Kaplan
If you've never heard of the New Games Foundation, you're missing one of the best things that ever happened to recreation. Armed with the slogan "play hard, play fair, nobody hurt," a group of...

October 29, 1979 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

October 29, 1979 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh Steeler quarterback, after nine turnovers helped Cincinnati upset the Steelers 34-10: "I just know the dog's going to bite me when I get home."

October 29, 1979 | Sarah Pileggi
A great, jostling horde of 11,553 started the New York Marathon, but, for the fourth straight year, Bill Rodgers was all by himself at the finish

October 29, 1979 | Ron Reid

October 29, 1979 | Paul Zimmerman

October 29, 1979 | William Nack

October 29, 1979 | E. M. Swift
At a small Wisconsin lake, a fisherman and a bald eagle waited patiently for Big Jumbo, the giant, native brown trout, to strike. It did

October 29, 1979
Old enemies Pittsburgh and Dallas, rivals in Super Bowl XIII, do battle at Three Rivers in what may be a preview of Super Bowl XIV. Paul Zimmerman reports on the duel between Terry Bradshaw and...

October 29, 1979 | Stan Isaacs
It is the seventh inning of a scoreless sixth game of the World Series, the Pirates' Tim Foli at bat, one out and speedy Omar Moreno on first. Foli hits a grounder over the mound to second base...

October 29, 1979 | Douglas S. Looney
Johnny Majors' Tennessee Vols jumped out to a big lead over No. 1-ranked Alabama, and, although they lost, happy days will soon be here again in Knoxville

October 29, 1979 | Herm Weiskopf

October 29, 1979 | Herm Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Charles White, Southern Cal's six-foot, 185-pound senior tailback, ran for a career-high 261 yards, scored four times and caught three passes as the Trojans exploded for a 42-23 victory...

October 29, 1979 | Kelso F. Sutton
Bill Eppridge, whose photographs of Canada's new wilderness road, the Dempster Highway, accompany Robert F. Jones' article beginning on page 76, was once described by an awestruck associate as "an...

October 29, 1979 | Ron Fimrite
Down 3-1 in the World Series, fired-up Pittsburgh burned Baltimore in seven

October 29, 1979 | Pat Putnam
John Tate, who was created wholly by God, battered Gerrie Coetzee and his vaunted "bionic" right hand in Pretoria to win the vacant WBA heavyweight championship

October 29, 1979 | John Papanek
The Kermit Washington-led defense has paved the Blazers' way to a fast start

October 29, 1979 | Robert F. Jones

October 29, 1979 | Milt Hopwood
For several football seasons I have missed something that annually went hand in hand with autumn afternoons, press releases on the mighty elevens and the AP and UP Top 20—the football bet card....

October 29, 1979 | Compiled by KATHLEEN ANDRIA
BASEBALL—PITTSBURGH defeated Baltimore 4-1 in the seventh game to win the World Series. Willie Stargell of the Pirates was named Series MVP (page 61).

October 29, 1979
6—Henry Lenartz22, 23—Manny Millan24—George Tiedemann25—Jerry Cooke (top), Manny Millan26, 27—John F. Jaqua28—Tim Koors-Phoenix Gazette (left), Fred Kaplan-TIME29—Tom Story-TIME30—John...

October 29, 1979
MARGARET GROOSNASHVILLEGroos, a junior at the University of Virginia, broke her 10-kilometer U.S. women's road-racing record by 28 seconds to win Boston's Bonne Bell race. Her 32:47 was also three...

October 29, 1979 | Edited by Gay Flood
WALTONSir:I've been a Bill Walton fan for about seven years. I have a collection of books, magazine and newspaper articles, videotapes and other things about him—more than 1,000 items, a 60-page...