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Shopwalk

HOW TO SATISFY HIS JIGSAW JUNKIES IS NO PUZZLE TO STEVE RICHARDSON

By Franz Lidz

Booktalk

A WRITER REFLECTS ON RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HUNTERS AND THEIR QUARRY

By Jeremiah Tax

Southern Methodist

It Rained On SMU's Parade

The formidable-Mustangs shut out Arkansas, only to be snubbed by the major bowls for lack of mass appeal

By Douglas S. Looney

Better Luck The Next Time, Celtics

Philadelphia's Andrew Toney shot down Boston and its latest case for the defense—Dennis Johnson

By Anthony Cotton

Cleveland Browns

Less Pizzazz, But More Pizzas

Pizzas are wins to Browns Coach Sam Rutigliano, who has learned it's better to pitch shutouts than interceptions

By Paul Zimmerman

College Basketball 1983-84

IT ALL STARTS HERE

The annual Peach Basket Festival in Springfield, Mass. celebrates the beginnings of basketball and the opening of every new season

By Alexander Wolff

A Towering Twosome

No other pair in the college game is at the level of Sam Perkins and Michael Jordan of North Carolina

By Curry Kirkpatrick

1 NORTH CAROLINA

By Alexander Wolff

2 KENTUCKY

By Alexander Wolff

3 HOUSTON

By Jack McCallum

4 MEMPHIS STATE

By Alexander Wolff

5 GEORGETOWN

By Bruce Anderson

6 LOUISVILLE

By Alexander Wolff

7 LOUISIANA STATE

By Alexander Wolff

8 MICHIGAN STATE

By Ivan Maisel

9 MARYLAND

By Bruce Anderson

10 UCLA

By Jaime Diaz

11 WICHITA STATE

By John Garrity

12 IOWA

By Ivan Maisel

13 ARKANSAS

By Jack McCallum

14 BOSTON COLLEGE

By Bruce Anderson

15 FRESNO STATE

By Jaime Diaz

16 OREGON STATE

By Jaime Diaz

17 UTEP

By Jack McCallum

18 DePAUL

By Ivan Maisel

19 WAKE FOREST

By Greg Kelly

20 VCU

By Sandy Keenan

THE REST OF THE BEST

When the NCAA tournament field is chosen in March, invitations will likely go to the Top 20 and these 33

By Roger Jackson

LOCAL GIRL MAKES GOOD

Kelli Litsch has led Southwestern Oklahoma State to two NAIA titles

By Jill Lieber

HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN

Thanks to a couple of boyhood buddies who stayed at home, Kentucky Wesleyan has regained its prestige in NCAA Division II

By Roger Jackson

College Football

The band played on and on

But Stanford's coach, Paul Wiggin, was out after another loss to Cal

By Ron Fimrite

THE WEEK

By N. Brooks Clark

Biathlon

She turns rabbits into rocks

Marie Alkire teaches gasping U.S. biathletes when to pull the trigger

By Robert Sullivan

Akeem The Dream

THE LIEGE LORD OF NOXZEMA

Houston's Akeem Olajuwon came out of Nigeria to give a new meaning to the term "faze jhob"

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Reminiscence

A BELEAGUERED YOUNG SANDLOTTER FINALLY HAS HIS MOMENT OF STARDOM

By Giles Tippette

For The Record

A roundup of the week Nov. 14-20

Compiled by Rob Buchanan

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

CREDITS

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