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CONTENTS

Nov. 02, 1987
Nov. 02, 1987

Table of Contents
Nov. 2, 1987

World Series
Redskins-Jets
Bucks-Soviets
Tony Cherico
Jacksonville Oilers
Gymnastics
Pro Football
The Corner Man
First Person
Television
Point After

CONTENTS

SWEET MUSIC 26
Frank Viola pitched the Minnesota Twins to victory against the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 7 of the Series
by Steve Wulf

This is an article from the Nov. 2, 1987 issue

WELCOME HOME, GUYS-MAYBE 42
Atop the NFC East because their strike replacements didn't lose, the real Redskins barely defeated the Jets
by Rick Reilly

IN YOUR FACE, COMRADES! 50
In the first matchup between the U.S.S.R. and the NBA, the Milwaukee Bucks triumphed 127-100
by Jack McCallum

C'MON, TONY, LIGHTEN UP 58
Cornered by our intrepid reporter, Arkansas's star noseguard, Tony Cherico, agrees to say a few words
by Rick Telander

THIS BUD'S NOT FOR YOU 67
Franchise frenzy sizzled on in the NFL as Jacksonville, Fla., bid for—and lost—Bud Adams's Houston Oilers
by Frank Deford

THE CORNER MAN 92
Angelo Dundee may be fresh out of top fighters, but he's still keeping himself at the top of a tough business
by Gary Smith

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 21
Gymnastics 74
College Football 80
Pro Football 86
Television 113
For The Record 114
Point After 116

Cover photograph by Heinz Kluetmeier

PHOTOJOHN BIEVERTHE LAST RITES?
The Soviet national team was murdered by the NBA Bucks, but its players weren't left for dead. This is coach Aleksandr Gomelsky's way of cooling them off after practice (page 50).