1978

November 15, 1989

A get-together at Camp David ends happily, a gathering in Jonestown in tragedy. Saturday-night fever rages, and Bucky Dent gives the Red Sox a Monday-afternoon headache. Besides Dent's Yankees, the Steelers, Bullets, Canadiens, Kentucky in basketball, and Alabama and USC in football earn laurels.

INCIDENTALLY
CALL OF THE WILD
Branford Angier, author of Living off the Country, Survival with Style, Bobcats Before Breakfast, We Like It Wild, Edible Wild Plants and The Master Backwoodsman, lives in a condominium.

A big rapper's candy wrapper.

Nancy Lopez wins nine tournaments.

Billy Martin resigns.

Michael Jordan is 15.

In the Preakness, as in the Derby and the Belmont, its Affirmed (right) yea, Alydar neigh.

Arkansas's Sidney Moncrief contemplates a dunk.

Here, Leon Spinks takes Ali's title. Ali will reclaim it seven months later.

Woody Hayes punches out as Ohio State's coach.

RESODDED: Terry Bradshaw

PHOTO ILLUSTRATION NINE PHOTOS

"Kansas State hasn't won a Big Eight championship in 40 years. I told them that if I don't win a championship in that same length of time, I'll resign."
—JIM DICKEY, NEW WILDCAT FOOTBALL COACH

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)