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The Masters

A LESSON FROM A MASTER

In a showdown among the eight top tennis players of last year, Bjorn Borg left no doubt that he is still in a class by himself

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Super Bowl XV

IT'S NOT FOR GOODNESS' SAKE

While some view the Superdome showdown as a morality play, in the end the game will be won by the better defense, and don't be surprised if the roguish Raiders, not the eager Eagles, earn the halos

By Paul Zimmerman

CONCOCTIONS FOR THE DEFENSE

Cornerback Lester Hayes and Linebacker Ted Hendricks are Oakland's master thieves, and each believes he has the magic potion that will help steal the title

By Ron Fimrite

JUST GOOD OLD JAWS

With Ron Jaworski eating up yardage, the waters may be unsafe for Oakland

By E.M. Swift

FOOTBALL'S LITTLE BIGHORN?

Super Bowl tickets are being scalped for as much as $500—and there are allegations of scandal

By William Nack

College Basketball

Far above the crowd

Kansas' Lynette Woodard, already the alltime leading scorer among women, is now seeking new heights

By Roy S. Johnson

THE WEEK (January 12-18)

By Herm Weiskopf

Boxing

Marvin's mystery guest

Middleweight champ Hagler's obscure No. 1 challenger was sent into oblivion

By Pat Putnam

Bobby Knight

The Rabbit Hunter

Bobby Knight may be tremendously successful on the court, but off it, Indiana's controversial basketball coach often stalks the insignificant

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 12-18

Compiled by N. Brooks Clark

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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