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October 28, 1991 | Volume 75, Issue 19

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Greg Olsen Cover - Sports Illustrated October 28, 1991

October 28, 1991 | Pat Putnam
Britain's Canadian Olympic champion Lennox Lewis has two titles, but little respect

October 28, 1991 | Edited by Michael Jaffe
CreditedBy the Daily Racing Form with his 7,000th career win, jockey Angel Cordero Jr., after riding Don't Cross the Law to a 4½-length victory in the eighth race at Belmont Park on Oct. 17....

October 28, 1991
Lenore MarvinSURREY, B.C.Marvin, 71, won three golds in the women's 70-74 age division at the World Veterans Track and Field meet, finishing first in the 10K (52:43.86) and the 5K (24:24.32) on...

October 28, 1991 | Rick Reilly
Native Americans have every reason to object to the way they're caricatured by teams

October 28, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak

October 28, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
[Thumb Up]To the state of Minnesota, for abandoning its proposal to allow people to play the state lottery using Nintendo systems (Scorecard, Oct. 7). Many legislators opposed the plan because...

October 28, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Wayne Gretzky, on 18-year-old hockey phenom Eric Lindros: "At that age, everybody thinks they know what's best. By the time you realize what your father was telling you was true, your own kids are...

October 28, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
The Breeders' Cup, which will be held on Nov. 8 at Churchill Downs, is an eight-year-old event consisting of seven races that are designed to determine the best thoroughbreds of the season. But...

October 28, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
In an introduction to The 1991-92 NCAA Basketball Preview, this passage appears: "College basketball, in particular, has grown dramatically since its days of infancy, surviving a devastating...

October 28, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Handsome Dan IX of Yale slobbered all over our Nov. 5, 1956, cover. (Handsome Dan XIII, is featured in this week's story on mascots, beginning on page 88.) Among the other enduring college...

October 28, 1991 | Steve Rushin

October 28, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian
The game-winning home runs in the Series by No. 9 hitter Greg Gagne and No. 8 hitter Scott Leius revealed a season-long secret of the Twins' success—the great balance of the Minnesota baiting...

October 28, 1991 | Pat Putnam
A rib injury to Mike Tyson forced him to postpone his bout with Evander Holyfield

October 28, 1991 | Paul Zimmerman
The Broncos' John Elway chose the plays and threw deep to defeat the Chiefs

October 28, 1991 | Jack McCallum

October 28, 1991
No EclipsePat Dye is a fine football coach (A New Head of State, Oct. 7). He has instilled in Auburn a winning fire. But to say he is "creating a legend that may one day eclipse even that of...

October 28, 1991 | Sally Jenkins

October 28, 1991 | Richard Hoffer

October 28, 1991 | Richard O'Brien
A thrashing of Tommy Morrison moved Ray Mercer squarely into the heavyweight picture

October 28, 1991 | William F. Reed
Who Needs the Rose Bowl?

October 28, 1991 | William F. Reed
OFFENSEMichigan State junior tailback Tico Duckett rushed 30 times for 241 yards, including touchdowns of eight and 88 yards, as the Spartans won their first game of the season, a 20-12 victory...

October 28, 1991 | John Garrity

October 28, 1991 | Franz Lidz
Tony Sands doesn't just dress for games; he dresses up for them. As a freshman, Sands, a senior tailback at Kansas, earned the nickname Tuxedo Tony after showing up for a game in homemade formal...

October 28, 1991 | Peter King

October 28, 1991 | Peter King
Doug Flutie has finally found his Pro Football Niche, albeit with the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League. Flutie, whose 5'9" height and mediocre arm plagued him in NFL trials...

October 28, 1991 | Franz Lidz