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CONTENTS

Sept. 25, 1989
Sept. 25, 1989

Table of Contents
Sept. 25, 1989

Eagles-Redskins
Clark-Gwynn
Notre Dame-Michigan
Raghib Ismail
Don Zimmer
Phillies 1964
Point After

CONTENTS

WHERE EAGLES DARE 16
The Buddy system and five TD passes by Randall Cunningham gave the Eagles a win over the Redskins
by Paul Zimmerman

This is an article from the Sept. 25, 1989 issue

HUGE MOVE, HUGO 22
Hugo Perez really used his head in leading the U.S. to a crucial 1-0 World Cup prelim victory over El Salvador
by Clive Gammon

WAY ABOVE AVERAGE 24
Will Clark of the Giants and Tony Gwynn of the Padres battled for a batting—and a division—championship
by Bruce Newman

NOTRE DAME VS. MICHIGAN 32

The No. 1 Fighting Irish beat the No. 2 Wolverines 24-19 on two long runs by a kick returner extraordinaire
by Austin Murphy

Notre Dame's Raghib Ismail has brilliant speed on the football field, but he is, if anything, more dazzling off it
by Ralph Wiley

FACE OF GENIUS 58
Manager Don Zimmer, a 40-year baseball man with a famous, malleable mug, has guided the Cubs to the top
by Leigh Montville

THE YEAR OF THE BLUE SNOW 76
In 1964, the Phillies blew the pennant and broke the author's heart. After 25 years, he relives the loss with its heroes
by Steve Wulf

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 4
Scorecard 11
Inside The NFL 66
College Football Report 71
Inside Baseball 74
For The Record 89
Point After 92

Cover Photograph by Peter Read Miller

PHOTOJERRY WACHTERSPREAD EAGLE: Philadelphia's Al Harris does some supine celebrating after recovering a fumble and making a lateral to set up the Eagles' winning touchdown against the Redskins (page 16).