November 1987

Features

Feature
Every One a Victim

Nov 1, 1987 By Gary Cartwright

The parents of a confessed killer went to jail rather than testify against their son. Now the murder conviction has been reversed, and the family of the deceased must endure renewed anguish.

Feature
Sold!

Nov 1, 1987 By Patricia Sharpe

Never mind the million (no lie!) other houses for sale in Texas. If you follow our advice, yours will be the first to sell.

Feature
Old Times

Nov 1, 1987 By A. C. Greene

When newspaper entrepreneur William Dean Singleton bought the ailing Dallas Times Herald, people thought he was crazy. When he bought the Houston Post, they were sure of it.

Feature
Paper Boy

Nov 1, 1987 By Drew Jubera

When newspaper entrepreneur William Dean Singleton bought the ailing Dallas Times Herald, people thought he was crazy. When he bought the Houston Post, they were sure of it.

Feature
In Praise of Cowgirls

Nov 1, 1987 By William Coupon

Call them what you will. We call them the living, breathing spirit of the Western woman. A working definition, you might say.

Columns

Business
E.Z. Goes Crazy

Nov 1, 1987 By Bill Crawford

Houston discount whiz Elias Zinn sees nothing nutty in his big-bucks bid to take over raving high-tech retailer Crazy Eddie.

Sports
Spur of the Moment

Nov 1, 1987 By Gary Cartwright

San Antonio put a full-court press on basketball superstar David Robinson in hopes that he wouldn’t forget the Alamo City.

Miscellany

State Secrets
State Secrets

Nov 1, 1987 By Paul Burka

Yankees discover a Texas bumper sticker they like; UT and A&M get tough; Saudi Arabia’s crude tactics; an acid test for Dukakis.

Roar of the Crowd
Roar of the Crowd

Nov 1, 1987 By Texas Monthly

Cisneros in the public eye; cowboys in Washington; school boards all over Texas.

Reporter

Reporter
Texas Monthly Reporter

Nov 1, 1987 By Tom Curtis

Onward through the fall at SMU; home on the fringe with Rob Paul; good news from the catalog jungle; a taste of Longhorn.