CONTENTS

October 30, 1989

THE EARTHQUAKE 22

Half an hour before the scheduled start of Game 3 of the World Series, severe tremors rocked the Bay Area
by Ron Fimrite

Bob Welch of the A's found his new house in San Francisco badly damaged but still thought himself lucky
by Peter Gammons

New baseball commissioner Fay Vincent, a relative unknown, distinguished himself during these tragic days
by Steve Wulf

COLLEGE FOOTBALL 36

After inciting a pregame melee, Notre Dame was fortunate to beat Southern Cal for its 19th straight win
by Douglas S. Looney

A number of Florida athletes and coaches are in trouble with the NCAA. The law is snooping around too
by Robert Sullivan

Alabama's Crimson Tide knocked off the previously undefeated Tennessee Vols to take first in the SEC
by William F. Reed

The University of Maine, led by players whom no one else wanted, has run roughshod through Division I-AA
by Pat Putnam

WISEGUY 58
Oiler coach Jerry Glanville has guts, wit and verve. Of course he expects to be fired just about any time now
by Franz Lidz

BLOOD BROTHERS AND BLUEGRASS 76
When Sunday Silence meets Easy Goer on Breeders' Cup day, the pride of two Hancocks will be at stake
by William Nack

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 8
Scorecard 17
Inside The NFL 66
College Football Week 70
Chess 97
For The Record 98
Point After 100

Cover Photograph by John Iacono

PHOTOR. MAIMAN/SYGMAA SOLEMN SEARCH: The World Series went on hold while workers like this woman in San Francisco pursued serious endeavors: rescuing earthquake survivors and surveying property damage (page 22).

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)