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November 15, 1982 | Volume 57, Issue 21

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Ray Leonard Cover - Sports Illustrated November 15, 1982

November 15, 1982
6—George Tiedemann26-28—Tony Tomsic29—John Iacono30, 31—George Gojkovich32, 33—Manny Rubio (bottom), Manny Millan34, 35—Heinz Kluetmeier36—Richard Mackson41—Heinz Kluetmeier44—Ronald C....

November 15, 1982
CHIP GATLINHARLETON, TEXASGatlin, a recent Harleton High grad, twice won the East Texas high school all-around cowboy award and was a two-time state runner-up in calf roping. He was also Class A...

November 15, 1982 | Compiled by ARMEN KETEYIAN
BASKETBALL—The losing streak of the Cleveland Cavaliers continued, compliments of Detroit (128-119), Chicago (118-111) and New Jersey (99-91). The loss to Detroit, No. 22 in a streak extending...

November 15, 1982 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE CARDS' SERIESSir:I can't remember ever reading a more enjoyable, more descriptive or more humorous article on a World Series than Ron Fimrite's piece on the sixth and seventh games between St....

November 15, 1982 | Harry Middleton
With autumn, there comes a sense of change, and it seems a good season to begin looking back at the year past, to take stock of profits and losses, to see just what a life led trying to get into...

November 15, 1982 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

November 15, 1982 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Doug Dieken, Cleveland Browns tackle, after he and several other NFL player reps met with Commissioner Pete Rozelle at Rozelle's office to discuss the strike: "The most significant thing that...

November 15, 1982 | Jack McCallum
Georgia's out-of-this-world tailback put the Bulldogs on top of the world in a 44-0 trouncing of Florida

November 15, 1982 | N. Brooks Clark
Before leading his players onto the field at Pitt Stadium last Saturday, Notre Dame Coach Gerry Faust gathered them in the dressing room and in his invariably hoarse, intense voice read them a...

November 15, 1982 | John Papanek
You could learn a lot about Coach Jerry Stovall and about his Louisiana State Tigers by asking him about LSU's schedule—the same way you could learn a lot about the bees in a hive by sticking your...

November 15, 1982 | Ray Charles Leonard
While the injury to the welterweight champion's eye figured in his decision to quit, the chief factor was that the excitement, the challenge was gone

November 15, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
It's one of the more familiar scenes in sports: There are the race drivers up on the victory stand, looking suitably oil-stained and rumpled, amid a great gushing of champagne (except at the Indy...

November 15, 1982 | Robert F. Jones
But will Randall Cobb be in there long enough against Larry Holmes to fire his 175 punches per round?

November 15, 1982 | Sam Moses
Indy car champion Rick Mears is often the first driver across the finish line because he is also the last one to cross The Line

November 15, 1982 | Ralph Wiley
Freshman I Back Marcus Dupree has Oklahoma running once again

November 15, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf

November 15, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Mike Rozier, a 5'11", 210-pound junior I back, led Nebraska to a 48-10 victory over Oklahoma State as he carried 33 times for 251 yards and scored on runs of four, 17, two and 37 yards.

November 15, 1982 | Jack Falla
New Coach Orval Tessier has cleaned up Chicago's old riot act—and how

November 15, 1982 | John Garrity

November 15, 1982 | John Garrity
Lane board numbers: Oil distribution

November 15, 1982 | Arnold Schechter
In tennis, line calling is the root of most evil. Major tournaments like Wimbledon and the U.S. Open use an electronic eye to call the service lines, but every other call is made—and often...

November 15, 1982 | Michael Baughman
Late last April, in preparation for the Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run in June, I began going on long, slow, weekly training runs through the southern Oregon mountains—sessions of from...