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November 01, 1982 | Volume 57, Issue 19

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Moses Malone Cover - Sports Illustrated November 01, 1982

November 01, 1982 | Jeremiah Tax
The wrong people tend to read books like this one: A Conscious Stillness, by Ann Zwinger and Edwin Way Teale (Harper & Row, $18.95). These people know all about Teale, distinguished...

November 01, 1982
6—James Drake13—Illustration by Sam Q. Weissman18-21—Ronald C. Modra22, 23—Peter Read Miller (bottom left), Tony Tomsic (2)24, 25—Jerry Cooke, Tony Triolo (top right)26, 27—Heinz Kluetmeier (top),...

November 01, 1982 | Compiled by ARMEN KETEYIAN
BASEBALL—The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 6-3 in the seventh and deciding game to win the World Series (page 26).

November 01, 1982
ERIK AFFHOLTERAGOURA, CALIF.Erik, a junior at Oak Park High, broke a 53-year-old national high school record when he kicked a 64-yard field goal in the Eagles' 14-10 loss to Carpinteria High. The...

November 01, 1982 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:I appreciated William Nack's article on Marvelous Marvin Hagler ( Oct. 18). Hagler has paid his dues and is most deserving of respect and recognition. Thank you for showing him as he really...

November 01, 1982 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

November 01, 1982 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Johnny Carson, after the Angels blew a two-games-to-none lead and lost the American League playoffs to the Brewers: "Gene Autry has been in touch with Roy Rogers. He wants to know how to stuff a...

November 01, 1982 | John Papanek

November 01, 1982 | Craig Neff
Alberto Salazar had to fend off the challenge of Mexico's Rodolfo Gomez to win his third straight New York City Marathon

November 01, 1982 | Ron Fimrite

November 01, 1982 | Bruce Newman

November 01, 1982 | Anthony Cotton

November 01, 1982 | Alexander Wolff
Dress British and think Yiddish" is what BOSTON CELTICS Assistant Coach K.C. Jones says he has learned from Red Auerbach, who always seems to be getting something for nothing. By swapping the...

November 01, 1982 | Anthony Cotton
Q: What is 68 years old and has two heads, two bum knees, one aching back and 24 years of NBA experience?

November 01, 1982 | Alexander Wolff
Had it not been for Coach Doug Moe's wife, the DENVER NUGGETS might not have survived the summer. Last June the franchise was ailing—"We even owed the paper boy," says one former partner—when Jane...

November 01, 1982 | Anthony Cotton
Perhaps the best name for it is the Twilight Zone, the combination press-trap-zone defense that helped the LOS ANGELES LAKERS win the 1982 NBA championship. Was it or wasn't it a zone? Coach Pat...

November 01, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
Three clues: Twyman, Cincinnati, basketball. Easy, right?

November 01, 1982 | Kent Hannon
Terry Hoage's 10 interceptions have helped Georgia stay undefeated

November 01, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf

November 01, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Senior Quarterback Tony Eason of Illinois was on target with 37 of his 51 pass attempts (72.5%) for 479 yards and one touchdown in a come-from-behind 29-28 Big Ten win over Wisconsin.

November 01, 1982 | Dan Levin
Verdi High has only 35 students, a mere 15 players and a 7-0 record

November 01, 1982 | Demmie Stathoplos
If medical wonders don't cease, Sail On Bunny will become a millionaire

November 01, 1982 | E.M. Swift
Hmm, maybe Washington didn't take Montreal to the cleaners after all

November 01, 1982 | John Papanek

November 01, 1982 | Robert W. Creamer
They've put Jackie Robinson on a postage stamp, right up there in the same league with Thomas Jefferson and the woman who founded the Red Cross. The 20¢ Robinson stamp is the first to commemorate...