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CONTENTS

Sept. 28, 1981
Sept. 28, 1981

Table of Contents
Sept. 28, 1981

Tables of Contents
The Top
Air Coryell
College Football
Baseball
Movies
Goose!
  • Goose! 64

    Take a gander at Goose Gossage in mid-flight and you know why the Yankee pitcher is baseball's most feared reliever. His neck strains, his face contorts, his long arms and legs flail and his fastball comes blazing to the plate at 100 per

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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On Top of the World 18
On a hot desert night, Sugar Ray Leonard punched Thomas Hearns's lights out to become the undisputed welterweight champion
by Pat Putnam

This is an article from the Sept. 28, 1981 issue Original Layout

A Day of Purest Hell for Faust 34
Notre Dame and its new coach, Gerry Faust, were riding high until Michigan brought them down to earth...hard
by Douglas S. Looney

A Game They May Remember 36
The misguided actions of the U.S. Rugby Union may have endangered this country's role as the host of the 1984 Olympic Games
by Clive Gammon

The Chargers' Fancy Is Passing 40
San Diego Coach Don Coryell believes in victory through air power, and his team has gone 3-0 playing bombs away
by Paul Zimmerman

Goose! 64
Take a gander at Goose Gossage in mid-flight and you'll know why the Yankee pitcher is baseball's most feared reliever
by William Nack

The Departments

Scorecard 13
College Football 49
Baseball 56
Movies 63
For the Record 83
19th Hole 84

Credits on page 83

Cover photograph by John Iacono