CONTENTS

September 03, 1989

WAY TO GO, GANG 32
A U.S. team—from Trumbull, Conn.—won the Little League World Series for the first time in six years
by E.M. Swift

OH MAGNIFICA! 154
Deep-sea fishing off the Azores, a trout angler hooked an enormous marlin and lived to tell an incredible tale
by E.M. Swift

COLLEGE FOOTBALL 1989

ALL FOR 1 38
Don't listen to coach Lou Holtz: Notre Dame will march on to yet another" national championship
by Austin Murphy

TOP 20 64
The battle is on, among Wolverines, Seminoles, Trojans and Huskers, to topple the Fighting Irish
by William F. Reed

FUTILITY U 82
Kansas State, winless since 1986, has just one claim to fame: It is America's most hapless team
by Douglas S. Looney

KEYNOTE KID 106
At the piano or at quarterback, Frank Baur of little Lafayette is an individual of virtuoso performance
by Bruce Newman

A MOST UNUSUAL MAN 118
Roland Ortmayer has touched players' lives at Division III's La Verne for more than four decades
by Douglas S. Looney

A LIFE CUT SHORT 136
Though his life was tragically brief, running back Ernie Davis of Syracuse is still an inspiration to many
by William Nack

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 14
Scorecard 29
Inside Baseball 148
Golf 169
For The Record 170
Point After 172

Cover Photographs by Rob Kinmonth (Frank Baur), Bill Smith (Lou Holtz), Syracuse University (Ernie Davis) and Dale Dunaway/Cincinnati Post (Pete Rose)

PHOTOJOSEPH ARCURENO BLUES FOR THE MAIZE AND BLUE: Three points separated Michigan from an undefeated '88, so of course, the Wolverines will be out to prove they're victors valiant when they meet Notre Dame on Sept. 16 (page 64).

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