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January 28, 1980 Table Of Contents

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Special Report

THE OLYMPIC ULTIMATUM

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

Super Bowl XIV

They Were Just Too Much

The scrappy Rams had 'em on the ropes in Super Bowl XIV, but the Steelers' old pros prevailed once again

By Paul Zimmerman

WORST SEAT IN THE HOUSE

By Ron Fimrite

THE ANATOMY OF A TOUCHDOWN

By Joe Marshall

Italian League

BASKETBALL ITALIAN STYLE

It's not the NBA, but some emigres from the U.S. have found the game in Italy to be their cup of espresso

By Bruce Newman

Also-Rans

THE LAND OF THE ALSO-RANS

The U.S.A. has more skiers, more slopes, more leisure time and more money than just about any other country in the world, but Americans usually finish down the line in Olympic ski competition. Why?

By William Oscar Johnson

College Basketball

A classy guy with ball and books

SW Louisiana's Andrew Toney, an All-America, already has earned his degree

By Anthony Cotton

THE WEEK (Jan. 14-20)

By Herm Weiskopf

Track & Field

Fast track to...where?

Performances at two big indoor meets were overshadowed by Olympic turmoil

By William Nack

Figure Skating

Stumbling to Lake Placid

Linda crashed, Lisa-Marie tumbled, Tai and Randy made mistakes. Still, it all added up to a trip to the Olympics

By Bob Ottum

Horse Racing

Mr. Moneybags cashes in again

Trainer Bud Delp says it's just preseason for Spectacular Bid, who won the San Fernando Stakes to run his earnings to $1,774,917 and now is staring at some huge purses and a slice of history

By William Leggett

Adirondack Park

"NO LANdSCAPE MORE BRiGHTLY GEMMEd"

Though Twain and T.R. knew it, and Lake Placid lies within it, Adirondack Park is our "best-kept secret"

By Robert H. Boyle

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 14-20

Compiled by Brooks Clark

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

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