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CONTENTS

Oct. 14, 1991
Oct. 14, 1991

Table of Contents
Oct. 14, 1991

Books
Reporter-At-large
Washington Redskins
Bobby Bonilla
Cal-UCLA
NHL Anniversary
Jock Dorms
Eric Green
Baseball
Murray Pezim
Yesterday
Point After

CONTENTS

28
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
The Redskins demonstrated that their unbeaten record is no fluke by whipping up on the Chicago Bears
BY PAUL ZIMMERMAN

This is an article from the Oct. 14, 1991 issue

34
PIRATE ON THE PLANK
Pittsburgh heavy hitter and free-agent-to-be Bobby Bonilla reckons that soon he may well have to jump ship
BY BRUCE NEWMAN

42
BEAR ON THE LOOSE
Once an object of derision at Berkeley, Russell White has led surprising Cal to a 4-0 mark with dazzling running
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

46
LINE CHANGE
To commemorate an NHL anniversary, the Maple Leafs rode the railroad up to Montreal—and way back in time
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

52
UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS
Athletic dorms have been legislated out of existence, but many coaches feel they're the best way to supervise players
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

70
THE BEGINNING OF THE END
A fateful encounter in 1989 put light end Eric Green on track to become the most pivotal of the Steelers
BY PETER KING

90
YOU SHOULD HAVE IT SO GOOD
Murray Pezim, the owner of the British Columbia Lions of the CFL, is one wild and crazy guy, and he is proud of it
BY DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

21
SCORECARD

76
PRO FOOTBALL

84
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

87
BASEBALL

108
FOR THE RECORD

110
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY DAMIAN STROHMEYER

PHOTOAL TIELEMANSReaching for the Top: North Carolina State receiver Charles Davenport (in red) leapt in vain for this pass, but he and the rest of the Wolfpack soared to a 5-0 record—and into the ACC and, perhaps, the national title race—with a 28-21 defeat of Georgia Tech (page 44).