October 16, 1989

The passions of fall ball 5253
SPORTS

The passions of fall ball

MVP Rickey Henderson stole the show
OPENING NOTES 1213

OPENING NOTES

Zbigniew Brzezinski makes a Soviet debut, Paul Newman confesses little, and José Canseco shoots the breeze
THE GREAT ESCAPE 3233
COVER

THE GREAT ESCAPE

THOUSANDS FLEE EAST GERMANY ON THE EVE OF ITS 40TH ANNIVERSARY
Dangerous liaisons 2021
CANADA

Dangerous liaisons

An Ontario inquiry hears a key witness
LOOKING FOR A BETTER LIFE 3637
COVER

LOOKING FOR A BETTER LIFE

REFUGEES FIND NEW HOPE IN THE WEST
LETTERS 1011

LETTERS

It certainly was a magical moment for those in attendance when Nelson Liriano hit a twoout, game-winning hit in the bottom of the 13th (“The myths of autumn,” Cover, Oct. 2). But was the writer really paying attention to the exodus of fans earlier, when the Blue Jays were in a hopeless two-out situation in the bottom of the 10th inning? By the time the game-winning hit was stroked, more than half of the 49,352 fans were sulking in downtown bars.
The ball sits in Ottawa’s court 14D15
ANOTHER VIEW

The ball sits in Ottawa’s court

On environmental questions, politicians have to risk being unpopular with the private sector—and with the people
Cutting back Via 1818A
CANADA

Cutting back Via

Ottawa sharply reduces rail services
Lament for a cherished asset 50B51
BUSINESS WATCH

Lament for a cherished asset

If the Connaught sellout is approved, Investment Canada’s director should be impeached and his joke agency disbanded
THE QUEEN’S MAN 1617
CANADA

THE QUEEN’S MAN

THE CHOICE OF RAMON HNATYSHYN AS CANADA’S ROYAL REPRESENTATIVE HAS WON HIGH PRAISE
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