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November 14, 1988 | Volume 69, Issue 21

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Tom Landry Cover - Sports Illustrated November 14, 1988

November 14, 1988 | Steve Wulf
'Everybody's All-American' is a must-see film that clearly answers the question

November 14, 1988 | Compiled by Sally Guard
PRO BASKETBALL—Six teams got off to 2-0 starts, including the Pistons, who dealt the expansion Hornets a 94-85 loss. The Heal, this year's other expansion team, lost its debut at home, 111-91 to...

November 14, 1988
DAVE CIHASKYCHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS.Cihasky, 28, an architectural draftsman, broke his own course record by more than nine minutes in winning his second straight Wisconsin triathlon championship. He...

November 14, 1988 | Steve Courson
All we can do, this former player argues, is monitor usage

November 14, 1988 | Edited by Craig Neff
TENNIS TURMOIL

November 14, 1988 | Edited by Craig Neff
•John Brodie, NBC broadcaster, on the ever-changing girth of golfer Billy Casper: "He's won more titles at more weights than Sugar Ray Leonard."

November 14, 1988 | William Nack

November 14, 1988 | Rick Reilly
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November 14, 1988 | Paul Zimmerman
Doug Flutie, the Patriots' homegrown hero, is beating the big guys and the doubters

November 14, 1988 | Donald J. Barr
Senior writer Kenny Moore, who placed fourth in the marathon in the 1972 Olympics in Munich, has written about his experiences in that and other races, but we wouldn't want anyone to think he's...

November 14, 1988 | Jeffrey Marx

November 14, 1988 | Bruce Newman

November 14, 1988
CANDIDATESSportsman of the Year?

November 14, 1988 | Clive Gammon
When the judges in Seoul robbed Olympic boxer Roy Jones of a gold medal, they also bruised his will to pursue his craft

November 14, 1988 | Alexander Wolff

November 14, 1988 | Franz Lidz
Steve Jones and Grete Waitz lived up to their billings in the New York City Marathon

November 14, 1988 | William F. Reed

November 14, 1988 | William F. Reed
OEFENS: New Hampshire quarterback Bob Jean, a senior, completed 27 of 45 passes for a school-record 486 yards and three touchdowns, of 64, 62 and 82 yards, as the Wildcats crushed heavily favored...

November 14, 1988 | Paul Zimmerman