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January 21, 1980 Table Of Contents

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DePaul

DEPAUL IS DEONE

As in No. 1. The team is unbeaten, thanks to its wily coach, his son the recruiter and homegrown Chicago talent like Mark Aguirre (shooting against Marquette)

By Larry Keith

Super Bowl Preview

SUPER? THIS TIME CALL IT THE CRUNCH BOWL

Pittsburgh always comes up big in the big games, and XIV is nothing but a biggie. Ergo, when it's all over Sunday, Los Angeles will be rammed, bammed and slammed

By Paul Zimmerman

Masters Tennis

POP GOES THE NEW JORK YINX

In a week of upsets and dazzling tennis artistry, Bjorn Borg won in the Big Apple for the first time, besting a matchless field in the Colgate Grand Prix Masters at Madison Square Garden

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Gordie Howe

On And On And On And...

...on. Gordie Howe is skating in his fifth decade, and while his legs are not what they used to be, his heart, head—and elbows—are

By E.M. Swift

College Basketball

Hurrah for a no rah-rah guy

Economics major Joe Barry Carroll is a quiet, thoughtful person, but when he plays center for Purdue, he eloquently reaffirms his claim to All-America honors

By Larry Keith

THE WEEK (Jan. 7-13)

By Herm Weiskopf

Boxing

Spinks was no sphinx

Inscrutable Leon got his act together—for now—and KO'd Alfredo Evangelista

By William Nack

Golf

Now you can look it up

While Craig Stadler got the season under way with a win in the Hope, the scorers strived semi-mightily to get the numbers for Commissioner of Stats Beman

By Dan Jenkins

TV/Radio

THE SHOT HEARD 'ROUND THE LINKS

By Stan Isaacs

Pro Basketball

Mitch makes his pitch

Unsung Mike Mitchell, the Cavs' hot scorer, is claiming attention at last

By Bruce Newman

College Hockey

The beach boys on blades

Sorry, snowbirds, but playing at USIU isn't just suntan time in San Diego

By Kathy Blumenstock

Rozelle

WELCOME COMMISSIONER PETE ROZELLE & WIFE CARRIE

In 20 years Pete Rozelle has grown from the dauphin to unrivaled monarch of the NFL by twisting arms, doing P.R. and making everyone rich. But that may not do it in the '80s.

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 7-13

Compiled by Kathleen Andria

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Kelso F. Sutton

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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