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What a Passing Parade! 8
Terry Bradshaw strutted his stuff in Super Bowl XIII, throwing for four TDs as Pittsburgh beat Dallas 35-31
by Dan Jenkins

Weekend of Dauntless Duos 16
Hurdlers Renaldo Nehemiah and Greg Foster led a parade of peerless pairs in Philadelphia and New York
by Ray Kennedy and Anita Verschoth

The January Sails 22
With paintbrush and pen, artist Stanley Meltzoff portrays the quarry in the Masters Angling Tournament, a winter sailfish fixture off Palm Beach

The Wizard of Washington 28
Morgan Wootten's name is similar to John Wooden's, and so is his basketball coaching record. He is 612-85 at DeMatha High
by Larry Keith

Cold Jockey, Cold Horse 38
Triple Crown winner Affirmed lost his fifth straight and Jockey Steve Cauthen left Santa Anita after losing big, too
by William Leggett

Where It's Really At 50
His audience was unclothed and uncaring, but Chadwick jogged on, figuring that finishing a race might get him centered
by Barry McDermott

The Departments

Scorecard 5
College Basketball 34
Pro Basketball 42
Boxing 44
For the Record 61
19th Hole 62

Credits on page 61

Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.

Next Week

White Sands and Azure Seas in the faraway Seychelles provide a backdrop for our swimsuit issue. Fashion editor Jule Campbell and photographer Walter Iooss Jr. reveal the new beachwear, while George Plimpton explores the exotic islands.

The big bird and his flock are soaring. Larry Bird of Indiana State, the only unbeaten major-college basketball team, is not only the nation's top scorer but also the best player. Bruce Newman tells just how high Bird can be expected to go.