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November 18, 1985 | Volume 63, Issue 22

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Dale Brown Cover - Sports Illustrated November 18, 1985

November 18, 1985 | Compiled by JAMES E. REYNOLDS
PRO BASKETBALL—The New Jersey Nets were winners in every way. They beat Washington 112-106, Chicago 106-97 and Milwaukee 126-123; and they kept Albert King by matching the New York Knicks'...

November 18, 1985

November 18, 1985 | Edited by Gay Flood
ROYAL CROWN, CARDINAL THORNSSir:Ron Fimrite did an excellent job on the Royals' World Series win (K.C. Had A Blast, Nov. 4), Curry Kirkpatrick's sidebar on the fall of the Cards was a classic, and...

November 18, 1985 | Jeremiah Tax
Many hunters, especially those who shoot birds, are finding it increasingly disturbing to participate in their sport because of growing disapproval and outright censure from friends and families....

November 18, 1985 | William Taaffe
Sports Illustrated's search began in the spring of '84. Somewhere, we believed, in a rural place, far from the media capitals, a superb radio announcer of high school games would be hard at work....

November 18, 1985 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle

November 18, 1985 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•Bob Golic, Browns nosetackle, on the Steelers' Mike Webster: "He's still the fastest, strongest and most talented center in the league. I say that, hoping that he'll read this and won't hurt me."

November 18, 1985 | Curry Kirkpatrick

November 18, 1985 | Bill Brubaker
This is not the first time eyebrows have been raised over the eccentricities of the LSU athletic program, specifically the recruiting practices of Dale Brown. On April 23, 1984 high school...

November 18, 1985 | Gary Smith

November 18, 1985 | Robert L. Miller
The honors keep piling up for senior writer Frank Deford. His SI profile of Angel Cordero (April 23, 1984) earned him his second Eclipse Award (the first came in 1975 for a story on another...

November 18, 1985 | Paul Zimmerman

November 18, 1985 | Michael Rozek
On the afternoon of June 9 at Seattle's Kingdome, thousands of people threw paper onto the field from the upper deck. Nothing would stop them.

November 18, 1985 | Ralph Wiley
Quarterback Steve Grogan has finally learned to keep his temper in check, and New England, at last, has discovered how to win

November 18, 1985 | Sam Moses

November 18, 1985 | Jack McCallum

November 18, 1985 | Hank Hersch
Arkansas's unrelenting wishbone kept it in the Cotton Bowl chase

November 18, 1985 | Austin Murphy
SOUTHWESTBy muffing a not-so-routine fly ball, Houston helped Texas score 14 unanswered points in seven seconds early in their SWC game. After kicker Jeff Ward's extra point gave Texas a 14-7...

November 18, 1985 | Austin Murphy
OFFENSE: Sophomore tailback Lorenzo White gained 286 yards on 25 carries and scored three touchdowns in Michigan State's 35-16 win over Indiana. He played less than a minute in the second half.

November 18, 1985 | Jill Lieber
Some NFL nerves are getting a bit frazzled as the season winds down:

November 18, 1985 | Jill Lieber
So, who has the more dangerous job—a longshoreman or an NFL umpire who finds himself caught between onrushing blockers and flailing linebackers? "Every job has an occupational hazard," says Hendi...

November 18, 1985 | Jill Lieber
The USFL lives—at least for the time being—in Baltimore. On Sunday, 10 months before the kickoff of the league's fourth season, 23 of the defending champion Stars, as well as a handful of free...

November 18, 1985 | Jill Lieber
OFFENSE: Lionel James, San Diego's 5'6", 172-pound running back, had 345 all-purpose yards (51 rushing, 168 receiving and 126 in kickoff returns) in the Chargers' 40-34 OT defeat of the Raiders.

November 18, 1985 | Pat Putnam
Waves of U.S.S.R. athletes ruled the Montreal world championships

November 18, 1985 | Anne Bernays