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November 12, 1990 | Volume 73, Issue 20

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William Bell Cover - Sports Illustrated November 12, 1990

November 12, 1990 | Austin Murphy

November 12, 1990 | Douglas S. Looney
Iowa was smelling roses after Nick Bell waltzed for big yardage at Illinois

November 12, 1990 | Sally Jenkins

November 12, 1990 | Jill Lieber

November 12, 1990 | Donald J. Barr
This is my last hurrah in this space. After five years as publisher, I'm assuming a new job, as executive vice-president of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S parent entity, The Time Inc. Magazine Co., where...

November 12, 1990 | Jack McCallum

November 12, 1990 | Bruce Anderson
Tommy Walker converted six notes into a famous fanfare

November 12, 1990 | Robert H. Boyle
The auction market for sports collectibles is soft

November 12, 1990 | Kelli Anderson
When Kathy Kahan takes up a game, watch out

November 12, 1990 | Jay Greenberg

November 12, 1990 | Merrell Noden
Japanese-trained Douglas Wakiihuri won New York

November 12, 1990
THAT FIFTH DOWNColorado is throwing away a wonderful opportunity by not giving up the football game it won against Missouri on an illegal fifth down (COLLEGE REPORT, Oct. 15). The school's glory...

November 12, 1990 | Peter King

November 12, 1990 | Peter King

November 12, 1990 | Peter King
Falcons at Bears. A matchup for the '90s. Atlanta's up-and-coming passing game—Chris Miller throwing to Andre Rison, Michael Haynes, Shawn Collins, Floyd Dixon and Steve Broussard—ranks fourth in...

November 12, 1990 | William F. Reed

November 12, 1990 | William F. Reed
OFFENSECornell junior Scott Oliaro set an Ivy League single-game rushing record of 288 yards (on 35 attempts) in a 41-31 win over Yale. The old mark of 281 yards was set by Ed Marinaro, also of...

November 12, 1990 | Hank Hersch
Troy Kopp's well-heeled classmates at Mission Viejo (Calif.) High didn't know much about being down and out. They never had to make their home in a state park. And they didn't know what it was...

November 12, 1990 | Franz Lidz

November 12, 1990 | Edited by Steve Wulf

November 12, 1990 | Edited by Steve Wulf
•Jose Rijo, Cincinnati Reds pitcher and MVP of the World Series, when asked if he was a Democrat or a Republican: "I'm a Dominican."

November 12, 1990 | Ron Fimrite

November 12, 1990 | Peter Nye
Alf Goullet, still spry at 99, was cycling's darling in the six-day races of the 1920s

November 12, 1990 | Compiled by Amy Nutt
PRO BASKETBALL—In the abbreviated first week of the NBA season, the new-look Celtics beat the Knicks 106-103 at Madison Square Garden. Boston featured its new up-tempo offense in overcoming a...

November 12, 1990
LISA BUENTEUNIONVILLE, PA.Buente, a senior forward on the University of Man-land field hockey team, scored her fourth hat trick of the season as the Terps beat Richmond 5-0. Her 69 career goals...

November 12, 1990 | Rick Telander
At last, collegians may be able to test the pro waters