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November 23, 1987 | Volume 67, Issue 23

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Dexter Manley Cover - Sports Illustrated November 23, 1987

November 23, 1987 | J.E. Vader
If a woman's smart, chances are she likes sports

November 23, 1987 | Paul Zimmerman

November 23, 1987 | Austin Murphy
Who in blazes are these NHL hotshots? The New Jersey Devils, that's who

November 23, 1987 | Douglas S. Looney

November 23, 1987 | Sam Moses
Key West's world offshore powerboat championships drew the fastest, fanciest field of racing machines ever

November 23, 1987 | Craig Neff

November 23, 1987 | Jaime Diaz

November 23, 1987 | Donald J. Barr
General managers of sports franchises supervise the front office, see that the bills are paid, make trades and negotiate contracts. As general manager of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, Ann Moore's duties are...

November 23, 1987 | Jim Kaplan
After seeing deck hockey, soccer baseball, Ping-Pong squash and Frisbee golf, I thought I had run the gamut of hybrid sports. Then one day on a plane I met a man named Rick Shapiro, who described...

November 23, 1987 | Craig Lambert
At the Falmouth Road Race on Cape Cod, friends and well-wishing strangers offer handshakes, smiles and greetings before the race starts. Along the 7.1-mile course, many of the 5,400 entrants do...

November 23, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood

November 23, 1987 | Jack McCallum

November 23, 1987 | John Garrity
Johnny Bailey's day started out like a bad dream. Halfway through the second quarter of Saturday's game at Abilene Christian, the Texas A & I tailback—who began the afternoon as the NCAA...

November 23, 1987 | Robert Sullivan

November 23, 1987 | Robert Sullivan
OFFENSE:Virginia quarterback Scott Secules completed 26 of 50 passes for 328 yards in a 20-17 win over North Carolina. In the final 4:44, he passed for 78 of the 83 yards on one touchdown drive...

November 23, 1987 | Jaime Diaz
Under Anson Dorrance North Carolina is winning big, men and women alike

November 23, 1987 | William F. Reed
The sale of Lady's Secret became a hush-hush deal

November 23, 1987 | Rick Reilly

November 23, 1987 | Edited by Steve Wulf

November 23, 1987 | Edited by Steve Wulf
•Mel Turpin, NBA center recently traded from Cleveland to Utah, on how it was that he reported to the Jazz at 280 pounds, 20 more than the Cavaliers said he weighed: "I love airplane food."

November 23, 1987 | Robert F. Jones

November 23, 1987 | William Taaffe
Sportswriters bring a new bite to sports on the tube

November 23, 1987 | Compiled by Merrell Noden
PRO BASKETBALL—Boston was off to its best start since 1972, when it went 10-0. Larry Bird averaged 29 points as the 6-0 Celtics beat New York 96-87, Indiana 120-106, Cleveland 128-114 and the...

November 23, 1987
JERRY PTAKNORTH MIAMI, FLA.Ptak, a 51-year-old salesman, beat Eileen Eliot, 43, by 8:32 to win the Miami Runners' Club Tropical 50 Miler with a time of 7:32:22. Only nine of the 40 entrants...