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October 25, 1982 | Volume 57, Issue 18

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Robin Yount Cover - Sports Illustrated October 25, 1982

October 25, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
It wasn't until free-lance writer Arnold Schechter, whose sports-medicine piece on arthroscopy begins on page 18, developed throbbing pain in both knees that he finally sought the advice of Dr....

October 25, 1982 | Andrew Slough
"Are you sure you want to do this?" Barbara, my wife, said, glancing nervously toward the end of the Jeep trail. From there the headlights of our vehicle illuminated a single track, which crossed...

October 25, 1982
10—Lane Stewart23—Illustration by Sam Q. Weissman28, 29—Jerry Wachter30, 31—(clockwise from left) John Iacono, Manny Millan, Jerry Wachter, Ronald C. Modra32—Walter Iooss Jr. (top), Ronald C....

October 25, 1982 | Compiled by ARMEN KETEYIAN
BOWLING—MARK ROTH beat Tom Milton 216-205 to win a $55,000 PBA event in Limerick, Pa.

October 25, 1982
SHEILA BAIZESAN MANUEL, ARIZ.Baize, 33, the assistant principal and athletic director at San Manuel High, has coached the Miners' girls' softball team to an eight-year record of 134-7. The Miners...

October 25, 1982 | Edited by Gay Flood
HOCKEY FANSSir:Some time ago I wrote deploring the lack of hockey coverage in SI. I feel it only fair and fitting now to compliment you on your special hockey preview (Oct. 11) and a fine article...

October 25, 1982 | Steve Fiffer
At eight o'clock in the morning in the stand-up coffee shop on Chicago's Near North Side, almost everyone wears a sleepy expression. But one patron is percolating. Roland Hemond, the general...

October 25, 1982 | Franz Lidz
Baseball lore is full of tales of misread signs that led to disaster, but Third Baseman Jimmy Dykes's career was almost an anthology of major detours. Connie Mack traded him to the White Sox in...

October 25, 1982 | Arnold Schechter
Until fairly recently, athletes had a special dread of knee injuries, because such afflictions frequently led to surgery. An operation meant a hospital stay, a surgeon slicing into the knee,...

October 25, 1982 | Edited By Jerry Kirshenbaum

October 25, 1982 | Edited By Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Sandy Buda, Nebraska-Omaha football coach, on the Mavericks' 6'5", 257-pound defensive tackle, John Wayne Walker: "He's tougher than nine miles of detour."

October 25, 1982 | Steve Wulf

October 25, 1982 | John Papanek

October 25, 1982 | Jack McCallum

October 25, 1982 | Jack Falla
The first American-born Bobby Orr playalike is 18-year-old Phil Housley

October 25, 1982 | William Taaffe
When it comes to televising baseball, ABC can take lessons from its rival

October 25, 1982 | Craig Neff
Oklahoma State's Ernest (Plug) Anderson is running off with the rushing title

October 25, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf

October 25, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Long Beach State Quarterback Todd Dillon passed for 453 yards and two TDs while tying a Pacific Coast AA mark with 33 completions in 47 attempts during a 22-21 upset of San Jose State.

October 25, 1982 | Jule Campbell
Camouflage has been around for as long as hunters have tried to outwit the hunted. Whether the stalker was a Plains Indian draped in a buffalo hide or is a modern deer-slayer dressed in patchy...

October 25, 1982 | Rob Buchanan
It's all downstream for Can-Am champion Al Unser Jr., racing's favorite son

October 25, 1982 | Ahmad Rashad

October 25, 1982 | Ted Smiley
My brother John was afraid to enter the boxing tournament. He wasn't afraid of being hurt; God knows he'd lived with pain such as few have experienced and laughed it off. John was afraid he might...