CONTENTS

October 26, 1987

TWIN WINS 46
Home-standing Minnesota stunned St. Louis 10-1 and 8-4 to win Games 1 and 2 of the World Series
by Peter Gammons

ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN 54
The issue of who won the NFL strike may be as up in the air as the postpicketing race to the Super Bowl
by Paul Zimmerman

VERY TOUGH NIGHT AT THE OFFICE 64
Tyrell Biggs got $1.25 million for fighting heavyweight champ Mike Tyson, and he really earned it
by William Nack

THE ORANGE HAS THE JUICE 70
Surprising Syracuse stayed undefeated through six games by putting the big squeeze on Perm State, 48-21
by Pat Putnam

HOOSIER BIG TEN FAVORITE NOW? 74
Indiana's 18-17 win over Minnesota put it atop the conference, where the mighty and the masses now mix
by Hank Hersch

WHITE NIGHTS, RED FACES 76
A historic Arctic outing by some American anglers left their hosts in the Soviet Union a little embarrassed
by Clive Gammon

THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPES 84
The pioneering—and successful—Cincinnati Academy of Physical Education is a school geared to fitness and sports
by Craig Neff

DOUBLE DIP FOR DALY CITY 106
Just like his boyhood chum John Madden, the Los Angeles Rams' John Robinson has made it big in the NFL
by Kenny Moore

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 41
Hockey 91
College Football 94
Cross-Country 103
For The Record 131
Point After 132

Cover photograph by Ronald C. Modra

PHOTORONALD C. MODRAA BIG TAIL WIND: Umpiring the first indoor World Series game was a breeze for Dave Phillips, who cooled out by a Metrodome ventilator. At least this fan didn't call him any names (page 46).

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)