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October 27, 1986 | Volume 65, Issue 18

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Jim Rice Cover - Sports Illustrated October 27, 1986

October 27, 1986 | Edited By Robert Sullivan

October 27, 1986 | Edited By Robert Sullivan
•Clark Gillies, Buffalo Sabres left wing and a native of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, when asked where Moose Jaw is: "Six feet from the moose's behind."

October 27, 1986 | Ron Fimrite

October 27, 1986 | T. Nicholas Dawidoff
New National League president A. Bartlett Giamatti's kitchen was hotter than usual on Friday afternoon, the day before the first game of the World Series. "My older son calls me Benedict Arnold,"...

October 27, 1986 | Robert W. Creamer
It comes as something of a surprise to realize that teams from Boston and New York have met in the World Series only once before this year (assuming that Brooklyn, which lost to the Red Sox in...

October 27, 1986 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Listen up. Now's your chance. All those who hate the New York Letsgometstropolitans, who abhor the high fives, disdain the curtain calls, hold in extreme contempt the philosophy that pinstripes...

October 27, 1986 | Rick Reilly
As in 1985, Michigan-Iowa came down to a last-second field goal

October 27, 1986 | William Oscar Johnson

October 27, 1986 | Donald J. Barr
The city of Detroit may be known to many people as Motown, but we like to think we've helped rename it "Joe-town," the home of the great world heavyweight champion, Joe Louis.

October 27, 1986 | Kenny Moore

October 27, 1986 | Douglas S. Looney

October 27, 1986 | Douglas S. Looney
OFFENSE: In Texas A & M's 31-30 win over Baylor, Aggie quarterback Kevin Murray completed 25 of 40 passes for 308 yards and 3 touchdowns and ran for another score.

October 27, 1986 | Ivan Maisel
Sorry, Florida. Too bad, BYU. Nice try, Syracuse. The votes are in. No team has lobbied more ably for Flop of the Year than Tennessee. The Vols, 2-4 overall and 0-3 in the Southeastern Conference,...

October 27, 1986 | Jaime Diaz
Despite rosy predictions, soccer has yet to win the hearts of Americans

October 27, 1986 | Franz Lidz
In North Dakota, gambling quaintly reaps big bucks for local charities

October 27, 1986 | Paul Zimmerman
The Falcons, armed with a dogged defense, rule the NFL West roost

October 27, 1986 | Jill Lieber
SI correspondent Kevin Lamb reports on the Vikings' 23-7 upset of the Bears on Sunday:

October 27, 1986 | Jill Lieber
OFFENSE: Saints running back Rueben Mayes carried the ball 24 times for 172 yards—the second-best rushing performance in club history—and two TDs as New Orleans beat Tampa Bay 38-7.

October 27, 1986 | Clive Gammon

October 27, 1986 | Lisa Twyman Bessone
This fall, roughly 7,500 people will run 26.2 miles for the first time in the New York and Chicago marathons. Poor, unsuspecting innocents. Little do they know what vexing mind games lurk beneath...

October 27, 1986 | Franz Lidz
"Judas Priest!"

October 27, 1986 | Compiled by AMY LENNARD
BASEBALL—The World Series got under way in New York, where the Boston Red Sox swept two games from the Mets (page 18).

October 27, 1986
CLARENCE HICKEYCLARKSTON, GA.Hickey, 61, a retired musician and music teacher, won the 60-and-over age group during the Georgia Triathlon Series with a victory in the Great Race, in Callaway...

October 27, 1986 | Edited By Gay Flood
HERNANDEZ'S HARD TIMESSir:William Nack's profile of Keith Hernandez (He's Still Not Home Free, Oct. 13) was one of the most poignant pieces ever to appear in your magazine. I have been an avid fan...