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February 18, 1980 Table Of Contents

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Viewpoint

GOING THE WOOD-STOVE ROUTE HAS ITS ATTRACTIONS, BUT DRAWBACKS, TOO

By Michael Baughman

Millrose Games

Hail, the Conquering Heroine!

To the plaudits of the Millrose Games crowd that had cheered her to a world mark in the 1,500, Mary Decker triumphantly tours the Garden

By Joe Marshall

Indoor Soccer

THEY GET THEIR KICKS ON A HOCKEY RINK

Indoor soccer—two leagues, 20 teams coast-to-coast—makes the outdoor version look pale. There's lots of action, plenty of scoring and some surprising sellouts

By J. D. Reed

Campagnolo

LA CREMA DELLA CREMA

Italy's Campagnolo bicycle components have for decades been the best of the best, so much so that sporting them has become a sport itself

By Coles Phinizy

College Basketball

Pope, pols, Black Magic

Lewis Lloyd, No. 2 in rebounds and scoring, is Des Moines' latest rage

By Roger Jackson

THE WEEK (Feb. 4-10)

By Herm Weiskopf

Hockey

A major among the minors

They may not be ready for the NHL yet, but Philadelphia's farmhands are boffo at the box office in Maine and have provided the astute Flyers with key reinforcements

By Kathy Blumenstock

Tennis

Act Two for Bionic Boy

Vincent Van Patten, a sometime movie star, has become a hit on the pro tour

By Bill Colson

Pro Basketball

A chemical reaction

The K. C. Kings have put together a dynamite mixture that's made them the Midwest Division's most explosive force

By Bruce Newman

Ray Meyer

OUT FROM THE SHADOW OF THE EL

In his 37 seasons at DePaul, Coach Ray Meyer has commuted from the top to the bottom. Now, at 66, he is back on the right track with a basketball team that could transport him to his first national title

By Curry Kirkpatrick

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 4-10

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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