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Shopwalk

PARKER BROTHERS GOT A MONOPOLY BY MAKING THE LIVING ROOM NERF TURF

By Steve Wulf

NFL Playoffs

Turnover in Tampa Bay

Recovering this fumble helped the once humble Bucs beat the Eagles as underdogs prevailed in three of the four playoffs

By Joe Marshall

THE STOLEN SIGNALS CAPER

By Paul Zimmerman

THE RAMS HORN IN ON A DYNASTY

By Dan Jenkins

NOT EVERY UNDERDOG HAD HIS DAY

By Ron Reid

The Three-Pointer

NOW IT'S BOMBS AWAY IN THE NBA

Traditionalists may blanch, but pro basketball is going downtown with the three-point shot. The Celtics especially have fired shots heard round the NBA world, but most teams have yet to exploit the three-pointer fully

By Bruce Newman

Making Tracks

REALLY MAKING TRACKS

Engineers have given indoor runners faster tracks, but opinions differ widely as to which one is "fastest"

By Dan Levin

College Basketball

He has reached the Gola

Until recently Michael Brooks was overshadowed at La Salle by famed alumnus Tom Gola, but as he zeroes in on Gola's records he has built a rep of his own

By Roger Jackson

THE WEEK (Dec. 23-29)

By Herm Weiskopf

Fencing

A man who's rarely foiled

You can look it up: Mike DeCicco is Notre Dame's most successful coach

By Herman Weiskopf

Chip Hilton

A HERO FOR ALL TIMES

Out of print, but enduring, are the 23 novels by legendary coach Clair Bee about the equally legendary Chip Hilton

By Jack McCallum

For The Record

A roundup of the weeks Dec. 17-30

Compiled by Craig Neff

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Myra Gelband

CREDITS

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