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CONTENTS

Oct. 07, 1985
Oct. 07, 1985

Table of Contents
Oct. 7, 1985

Tennessee-Auburn
Theismann
Blue Jays
Spinks
TV/Radio
Pro Football
Baseball
College Football
Mauch
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CONTENTS

18 The Vols Had A Ball
Tony Robinson's four touchdown passes and a rugged Tennessee D left Bo Jackson and Auburn in ruins, 35-20
by Rick Reilly

This is an article from the Oct. 7, 1985 issue Original Layout

24 California Dreamin'
Brad Gerlach surfed past the world champ, Aussie Tom Carroll, and won the Stubbies Pro in Oceanside, Calif.
by Dan Levin

26 Everybody's Picking On Poor Joe
Joe Theismann's troubles mounted as the Chicago Bears handed the Skins their third loss in four games, 45-10
by E.M. Swift

34 Winning In A Jaywalk
A first-class organization built by one Wolley Segap is why Toronto's unsung Blue Jays have dominated the AL East
by Hank Hersch

44 Champ With Strange Ideas
Michael Spinks upset Larry Holmes, thanks in part to a novel training plan that took the light out of heavyweight
by Pat Putnam

72 'A Man Has To Care'
So says the Angels' Gene Mauch, who is in hot pursuit of his first pennant in his 24th year as a big league manager
by Ron Fimrite

DEPARTMENTS

13 Scorecard
55 TV/Radio
58 Pro Football
62 Baseball
69 College Football
91 For The Record
92 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Ronald C. Modra

PHOTOCHUCK SOLOMONLEADING OFF: It was nip and tuck for a while, but last week Toronto just about kissed its rivals goodby. Here, Tony Fernandez of the Blue Jays gets up close and personal with Daryl Boston of the White Sox.
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