CONTENTS

October 20, 1991

34
THE BASEBALL PLAYOFFS

The Twins are on their way to the World Series after sliding past the Blue Jays in the American League series
BY STEVE RUSHIN

Pittsburgh withstood Atlanta's fast start and its raucous fans to take a three-games-to-two National League lead
BY HANK HERSCH

42
THREE FOR TEXAS
For the third consecutive year a favored Oklahoma team fell to the Longhorns in the annual Red River Riot
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

48
A HISTORIC CHIP
The conditions may have been ideal, but Chip Beck's round of 59 in Vegas was still a remarkable achievement
BY JOHN GARRITY

50
HIS TOUGHEST BATTLE
The defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins are pulling for their stricken coach, Bob Johnson
BY JAY GREENBERG

54
BEST IN HIS FIELD
The talented toe of Washington State's Jason Hanson gives him a long leg up on all other college kickers
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

66
EL MEJOR
In his home precincts, East L.A.'s aspiring Olympic boxer Oscar De La Hoya is simply known as the best
BY RICHARD O'BRIEN

72
THE 100-YARD DASHER
As he was in high school and college, Emmitt Smith of the Cowboys is again a triple-figure threat in every game
BY PAUL ZIMMERMAN

84
KATRIN THE GREAT
World sprint champ Katrin Krabbe and other athletes from the former East Germany are undergoing culture shock
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF and ANITA VERSCHOTH

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

27
SCORECARD

78
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

80
PRO FOOTBALL

103
FOR THE RECORD

104
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY DAVID WALBERG

PHOTOHEINZ KLUETMEIER/CBSHands Up: When they weren't Tomahawk Chopping during Game 3 of the National League Championship Series, fans in Atlanta cheered their Braves to a 10-3 victory by doing the Wave. Among the few who demurred was Jane Fonda, whose white cap can just be seen behind the railing of the box she shared with fellow celebrity celebrants (from left) Ted Turner and Rosalynn and Jimmy Carter (page 39).

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