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November 19, 1979 Table Of Contents

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Shopwalk

AT VERMONT TUBBS THEY STILL MAKE SNOWSHOES THE WAY THEY USED TO

By Allan Pospisil

Booktalk

NANCY LOPEZ' ACCOUNT OF HER CAREER IS HIGH-SPIRITED BUT INSUBSTANTIAL

By Jonathan Yardley

Sideline

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WAS AN ATHLETE WHOSE IDEAS WERE AHEAD OF HIS TIME

By Jim Kaplan

Magic

DOING IT ALL FOR L.A.

When the Lakers signed Magic Johnson, they thought he could do everything with the ball but shoot it. Now he is scoring as well as passing

By Bruce Newman

IT'S FISHING SEASON FOR NOLAN RYAN

Using money as bait, George Steinbrenner and three other owners are out to hook baseball's strikeout king, now a free agent

By Larry Keith

NFL Armball

THE NAME OF THE GAME IS NOW ARMBALL

With the season 11 weeks old, it's clear that throwers are no longer losers in the NFL, where the 300-yard passing game is fast becoming the rule

By Paul Zimmerman

Dickey

THE DICKEY DILEMMA

Texas A&M Running Back-Sprinter Curtis Dickey must decide between signing with the pros and training for the Olympics

By Sam Moses

College Football

Praise the Lord and pass

California's Rich Campbell, first in the nation in percentage of completions and a Campus Crusader for Christ, is the latest leader of the Bears' passing parade

By Joe Jares

THE WEEK

By Herm Weiskopf

TV/Radio

A LOCAL GAME FOR THE LOCALS ONLY

By Stan Isaacs

Soccer

'Going for the big arteries'

That's how Goalie Randy Phillips and his rugged SMU team vaulted upward

By J. D. Reed

Road Racing

They're a long-running hit

In a little over three years California's Sue and Pete Petersen have raced in more than 40 marathons, and Sue at 35 has become a world-class competitor

By Barry McDermott

Hockey

Playing in the pros is kids' stuff

For the rich teeny-boppers skating all around the NHL, the future is right now

By Kathy Blumenstock

The Search

THE SEARCH FOR NADIA

The author plunges into the mists of Transylvania in quest of the world's favorite gymnast, Nadia Comaneci. She had been perfect. Then she had faded from view. Now, it develops, there is a new Nadia

By Bob Ottum

Yesterday

FRIDTJOF NANSEN SKIED 150 RUGGED MILES TO JUMP OFF A HILL IN OSLO

By Allan Pospisil

Reminiscence

WHAT A KARATE BUM FINDS IN OKINAWA IS FALLIBILITY, BUT NOT INSPIRATION

By Philip Singerman

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 5-11

Compiled by Bill Colson

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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