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January 5, 1981 Table Of Contents

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DePaul Vs. UCLA

DEAR RAY: MERRY CHRISTMAS

With Mark Aguirre playing Santa, No. 1-ranked but sometimes somnolent DePaul gave Coach Ray Meyer a belated Christmas present by thumping No. 3 UCLA

By Curry Kirkpatrick

LOSEIPEG REGAINS ITS GOOD NAME

Even the Queen couldn't contain herself when the Winnipeg Jets ended their 30-game winless streak

By E.M. Swift

NFL Playoffs

SAD SACKS AT THE HOMECOMING

The Oakland Raiders staged a not-so-welcome-home party for Kenny Stabler, sacking their old quarterback seven times while routing the Houston Oilers 27-7

By Paul Zimmerman

TONY D AND BIG D LAUGHED LAST

Humiliated by Los Angeles two weeks earlier, Dallas unleashed Tony Dorsett and a five-man defensive line and humbled the Rams 34-13

By Pat Putnam

The Winfield Bonanza

Richest Kid on the Block

Outfielder Dave Winfield has moved into The House That Ruth Built, and for that he will drag down a cool $22 million

By Ron Fimrite

AL GAVE IT HIS ALL

By William Oscar Johnson

IS THERE A CEILING?

By Jim Kaplan

Pro Football

Auditioning for the eternal highlight film

Dr. Z's 1980 All-Pro squad lines up with Cleveland's Brian Sipe at quarterback and enough muscle and mettle at the other positions to cast a DeMillean pigskin epic

By Paul Zimmerman

College Basketball

Return of the native

Jim Valvano left the big city to coach N.C. State. Last week he was back in New York—and finding credit very tight

By Bruce Newman

THE WEEK (December 22-28)

By Anthony Cotton

Olinek

'Greatest Legs to Ever Stride the Earth'

Gayle Olinek once wanted only to hide her magnificent gams, but now that she has become a world-class marathoner and a devotee of bodybuilding, they are a glorious revelation

By Dan Levin

For The Record

A roundup of the weeks Dec. 15-28

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

CREDITS

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