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November 09, 1987 | Volume 67, Issue 20

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Eric Dickerson Cover - Sports Illustrated November 09, 1987

November 09, 1987 | Robert Sullivan
We are told that Ilie Nastase's second novel, The Net (St. Martin's Press, $16.95), has been "translated from the French." Despite the literary cachet of that phrase, the book seems to have gained...

November 09, 1987 | Douglas S. Looney
The Gamecocks rely on Todd Ellis and Sterling Sharpe

November 09, 1987 | Robert Sullivan

November 09, 1987 | Robert Sullivan
OFFENSE:Quarterback Troy Aikman of UCLA (above), the top passer in Division I-A, completed 22 of 31 attempts for 328 yards and two third-quarter TDs as the Bruins rallied to defeat Arizona State...

November 09, 1987 | Chris Warner
L.A.'s hottest ice show in the 1930s was USC vs. Loyola

November 09, 1987 | Douglas S. Looney
Emerson Fittipaldi came out of retirement to find new success driving Indy Cars

November 09, 1987 | Compiled By Merrell Noden
BOXING—THOMAS HEARNS knocked out Juan Roldan of Argentina in the fourth round to claim the WBC middleweight crown, in Las Vegas. Hearns is the first boxer to win titles in four weight classes. On...

November 09, 1987
TOM KEIMSPRINGFIELD, ILL.Keim, 33, a clerk with a 220 bowling average, rolled back-to-back 300 games in the Cosmos League at Strike N Spare West. Keim, who had never bowled a perfect game before,...

November 09, 1987 | Jack McCallum
There's more to it than the L——and the C——

November 09, 1987 | Edited By Steve Wulf

November 09, 1987 | Edited By Steve Wulf
•Billy Tubbs, Oklahoma basketball coach, on the similarity of his offense to that of the football Sooners: "We like to run, and nobody likes to pass."

November 09, 1987 | Austin Murphy

November 09, 1987 | Craig Neff
Ibrahim Hussein and Priscilla Welch were refreshing winners in New York's marathon

November 09, 1987 | E.M. Swift
The Irish have returned to the Top 10 with a bevy of backs, a brilliant receiver and a coach who just won't allow losing

November 09, 1987 | Pat Putnam
Blessings Came Twice To Gerry Faust's Akron Zips On Saturday. For openers it did not rain in the Rubber Bowl—after nine straight wet home games. Then the Zips beat Nicholls State 23-17, which is...

November 09, 1987 | Ralph Wiley
Thomas Hearns knocked out Juan Roldan to gain a singular boxing niche

November 09, 1987 | Rick Reilly

November 09, 1987 | Donald J. Barr
When senior editor Sandy Padwe was growing up in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., he often spent evenings at the 109th Field Artillery Armory in nearby Kingston, cheering on the local minor league pro...

November 09, 1987 | Jaime Diaz
Tom Watson, golf's slumping superstar, ended his drought, at the Nabisco

November 09, 1987 | Bruce Newman

November 09, 1987 | John Garrity
Talk about a power serve. Steve Hinman aced me with a heave that cleared the net by at least 15 feet, causing me to lose the ball for a moment in the ceiling lights, and it crashed at my feet like...

November 09, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
MIXED REVIEWS Ron Mix's clear and eloquent arguments on behalf of the professional football player (So Little Gain for the Pain, Oct. 19) should strike a sympathetic chord in anyone who works hard...

November 09, 1987 | Leigh Montville

November 09, 1987 | Jack McCallum

November 09, 1987 | Jack McCallum
Based on last season's statistics and approximate salaries, here's a novel way of looking at how a quintet of top players were paid for their performances in 1986-87.

November 09, 1987 | Jack McCallum

November 09, 1987 | Curry Kirkpatrick