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Shopwalk

REPLICA GUNS RESTORE PIONEER FUN—AS LONG AS YOU'RE NOT FACING A BEAR

By Robert Cantwell

Booktalk

BEFORE IT UPSTAGES THE SUPER BOWL, U.S. SOCCER MUST RETAIN ITS FREEDOM

By J. D. Reed

Daytona 500

NOTHIN' COULD BE FINAH

...for Cale Yarborough, the man from Carolina, than to see the checkered flag being waved for him at the Daytona 500

By Sam Moses

ON THE TRIP TO THE PIT THE BRUINS GOT BIT

Venturing north, UCLA overcame pesty Oregon State, but in the venomous confines of Oregon's McArthur Court, the Ducks' hex proved all it was quacked up to be

By Larry Keith

ANOTHER RABBIT IS IN THE LETTUCE PATCH

Golfers you probably never heard of have been stealing headlines and money from big-name pros, which is what Tom Purtzer did in Los Angeles

By Sarah Pileggi

Banquet Circuit

'IN THE SPIRIT OF JOY AND SOME JOY OF THE SPIRIT'

The sports-award banquet circuit is one of the rites of winter, a time to get Tony Dorsett's autograph, drink a beer with Billy Carter and hear some jokes

By Ron Reid

TV/Radio

HERE'S HOW TO CALL THE SHOTS

By William Leggett

College Basketball

Perry is doing admirably

It's been smooth sailing this season for deadeye Ronnie Perry of Holy Cross, who has taken over the helm of the Crusaders and leads the nation's freshmen in scoring

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Nature

Its fate is up in the air

It's the El Segundo Blue against the Los Angeles International Airport—and the butterfly has friends in high places

By Robert H. Boyle

Swimming

But is it simon-pure?

A pariah in its native country because it gives out athletic scholarships, Canada's Simon Fraser University is going for its sixth straight national title—in the U.S.

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Pro Basketball

Moaning and winning in Motown

The Pistons feud constantly with their coach, but you couldn't tell by their play

By John Papanek

Hunger

they hunger for success

Most athletes consider food mere fuel for their bodies, but an increasing number look to get a competitive edge from their diet, be it mung bean sprouts, eight raw eggs per meal or a shot of Wild Turkey

By J.D. Reed

the healthiest diet?

By Julia Lamb

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 14-19

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Jack Meyers

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD