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Nov. 21, 1988
Nov. 21, 1988

Table of Contents
Nov. 21, 1988

Saints-Rams
Arkansas-Texas A & M
Arkansas-Texas A&M
Japanese Tour
Nabisco
Millard
Television
Hockey
Blanchard And Davis
Point After

CONTENTS

HOLD IT! 20
The New Orleans Saints grabbed the lead in the NFC West by beating the Los Angeles Rams 14-10
by Paul Zimmerman

This is an article from the Nov. 21, 1988 issue

VICE INTO VIRTUE 26
Life imitated TV as daring Don Johnson, the star of "Miami Vice," won a world powerboat crown off Key West
by Sam Moses

NOW 10 AND UH-OH 28
Southwest Conference champion Arkansas is unbeaten, untied and unloved, even by the Hogs' own fans
by Douglas S. Looney

HOW SWEET IT WAS 36
Sugar Ray Leonard knocked out Donny Lalonde to win two more titles—and savored every brutal second of it
by Pat Putnam

WHERE OREL GOT HIT 38
Even Orel Hershiser had trouble when a touring team of U.S. big leaguers encountered Japan's tough all-stars
by Steve Wulf

SOMETHING RICH AND STRANGE 42
The rains came, and so did the loot—an unreal $535,000 for the winner—as Curtis Strange won the Nabisco
by E.M. Swift

FULL SPEED AHEAD 46
Seattle Seahawks guard Bryan Millard pursues bass and opposing linebackers with the same extraordinary zeal
by Jill Lieber

HIS TIME IS MONEY 58
In 1988, Roger Penske's cars won the Indy 500 and the CART title, and his various businesses earned $2 billion
by Sam Moses

MR. INSIDE & MR. OUTSIDE 76
Doc Blanchard was the inside man and Glenn Davis ruled the outside for Army's fabled teams of the '40s
by Ron Fimrite

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 8
Scorecard 15
Television 67
College Football 68
Hockey 73
For The Record 95
Point After 98

Cover Photograph by John Biever

PHOTOJACQUELINE DUVOISINTHERE ARE BIRDIES...AND BIRDIES: There was no gulling the golf fans at the 6th green at Pebble Beach during the Nabisco Championships. They knew which of these flying objects could become an eagle (page 42).