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Shopwalk

YOU CAN DO BATTLE WITH AS MANY AS FIVE OPPONENTS IN A NEW CHESS GAME

By Franz Lidz

Arttalk

THE WINTER OLYMPICS GET A SPORTING SALUTE FROM AN ART EXHIBIT ON TOUR

By Jim Kaplan

Super Saturday

SUPER SATURDAY!

The Illini Toss A Wild Champaign Party

By Steve Wulf

The Tigers Are Burning Bright

By Craig Neff

Carolina's Cookie Crumbled Again

By Jack McCallum

The Hurricane Watch Extends To Nebraska

By John Underwood

Torvill And Dean

Just The Perfect Couple

Ice dancers Torvill and Dean are nonpareil—on top of the Worlds and all but assured of Olympic gold

By Bob Ottum

THEY'RE AS AMERICAN AS FRED AND GINGER

By Bob Ottum

Joe Delaney

Sometimes The Good Die Young

The Chiefs' Joe Delaney would have been 25 last week had he not given up his life attempting to save two drowning boys

By Frank Deford

College Football

A winner who keeps losing

Columbia's quarterback, John Witkowski, is as good as his team is bad

By N. Brooks Clark

THE WEEK

By N. Brooks Clark

Gymnastics

The next stop: Outer Space

China won the title, the U.S.S.R. had the star

By Dan Levin

Pro Basketball

Putting on the ritz in Indy

The Pacers formally tipped off their renewal with tuxedos—and a loss

By Anthony Cotton

Pro Football

Call them unpredictable

Just when it seemed the New York Jets were a bust, they boomed the 49ers

By Paul Zimmerman

TV/Radio

Here's a Double A for effort

"Bay City Blues" paints a vivid—and banal—picture of bush league ball

By William Taaffe

Roberto Duran

'I Am Still a Pistol'

So says Roberto Duran, who three years after 'no màs' is challenging Marvin Hagler for his fourth world title

By William Hack

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 24-30

Compiled by Demmie Stathoplos

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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