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Footloose

AN OREGONIAN GOES OUT IN THE COLD TO FISH TIDAL POOLS AND SEE LIONS

By Michael Baughman

Booktalk

VIC BRADEN'S WAY OF MAKING TENNIS A LOVE GAME AMONG THE YOUNGER SET

By Arnold Schechter

The Browns

HANG ON TO YOUR SEATS

Brian Sipe (17) and the Browns leave Cleveland fans gasping but things usually work out all right

By Paul Zimmerman

KENTUCKY PUTS THE BIG HURT ON THE BIG TEN

Charles Hurt and other youngsters few people had ever heard of led the Wildcats to punishing wins over Ohio State and Indiana

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Lloyd Free

As the World Turns, So Do the Warriors

There were once a lot of doubters, but Golden State's Lloyd Free now seems to have convinced almost everyone that his nickname isn't the biggest joke under the sun

By John Papanek

THE LOOK OF THE NORTH

By Jule Campbell

Carmichael

AND THE STREAK GOES ON

Often working at dizzying heights, the Eagles' 6'8" Harold Carmichael has caught at least one pass in 126 straight games over a 10-year span

By Ray Kennedy

College Basketball

Small fry love the tough guy

Charles Bradley of Wyoming may be a real intimidator on the court, but off it, he can be very friendly, yes he can

By Anthony Cotton

THE WEEK (December 1-7)

By Herm Weiskopf

Judo

Taken down a few pegs

The U.S. was the favorite at the first women's world championships in New York, but when the tournament was over it was Austria and France that were preeminent

By Dan Levin

College Football

Florida States its case

The Seminoles, who feel they've been underrated, are now No. 2 and battling for the national title, thanks to their win over Florida and USC's upset of Notre Dame

By Mike DelNagro

Beaver Creek

THIS COULD BE THE LAST RESORT

After nine years of wrangling and frustration, Colorado's spectacular Beaver Creek ski area will finally open next week, but the happy occasion may also mark the end of an era

By William Oscar Johnson

First Person

IN WHICH A SOLITARY SKIER TRAVERSES THE ICY REMAINS OF A GLACIAL EPOCH

By John Hildebrand

For The Record

A roundup of the week Dec. 1-7

Compiled by Craig Neff

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Philip G. Howlett

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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