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AT THE TIME, THESE YOUNG GOLFERS THOUGHT A BAD LIE WAS A GOOD ONE

By Jim Strain

On The Scene

ONE MVP RELIVES HIS GREATEST GAME WHENEVER HE DRIVES HIS ALL-STAR CAR

By Jim Schottelkotte

Footloose

WHEN IT GETS COLD UP NORTH, ASTUTE RUNNERS HEAD SOUTH TO GAINESVILLE

By Richard Rogin

Marcus Allen

Reaching Out for Glory

Marcus Allen, the '81 Heisman winner who's new to the Raiders but not to LA., has his team surging for the top

By Ron Fimrite

The Hitman Becomes The Hit-And-Run Man

A renowned slugger turned boxer, Thomas Hearns separated Wilfred Benitez from his WBC super welterweight title

By Pat Putnam

The Kings

Old Times Are Forgotten In The Land Of Cotton

The bad old season of '81-82, that is, all because Cotton Fitzsimmons has K.C. cruising in the Midwest

By Bruce Newman

Bob Kuechenberg

The Star Of Star Island

Miami's Bob Kuechenberg, once an NFL reject, is now lord of a manor

By Paul Zimmerman

Jeff Ruland

A Tough Man In A Scramble

The Bullets have flipped over 6'11" Jeff Ruland, who's better than he was cracked up to be

By Bruce Newman

College basketball

He's a formidable forward

Tennessee's versatile Dale Ellis may be the country's best at his position

By Ralph Wiley

College Basketball

THE WEEK (Nov. 29-Dec. 5)

By Herm Weiskopf

Pro Football

He's scaling the heights

Cincy's Pete Johnson may be overweight, but he can sure bowl you over

By Franz Lidz

Movies

Now, here's a film worthy of its title

"That Championship Season": a win

By Frank Deford

Reminiscence

FOR A YOUNG QUARTERBACK, IT WAS A BIG DEAL TO BECOME A LITTLE QUAKER

By Jack Maley

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 29-Dec. 5

Compiled by Armen Keteyian

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 Robert W. Creamer

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