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Booktalk

AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT BOTH THE SEEMLY AND SEAMY SIDES OF AVERY BRUNDAGE

By Jeremiah Tax

NFL Playoffs

The 49ers Got Skinned

San Francisco's fourth-quarter heroics went for naught as the Redskins won 24-21 with more than a little help from some dubious penalties

By Paul Zimmerman

They Had A Corner On The Championship

By Ralph Wiley

UTEP

The Miners Are Still Going At It Pick And Shovel

Like its famed Texas Western forebears of '65-66, unbeaten UTEP is winning with ornery defense and hard rebounding

By Curry Kirkpatrick

It Was A Time For Revival And Survival

The Tucson match-play tournament was custom-made for Tom Watson

By Dan Jenkins

America's Women Are Flying High Once More

The U.S. broke years of dominance by East Germany with some bold strokes at the International meet

By Craig Neff

Musburger

Not Just A Pretty Face

Brent Musburger, television sports' most visible talking head, may be Mr. Goodperson to viewers but he can be Mr. Nasty to CBS colleagues

By William Taaffe

NFL-USFL

Can The USFL Cut The Mustard?

Pro football's new league is dogging hot prospects with big dough, and the NFL is beginning to battle back

By William Oscar Johnson

Pro Basketball

A new tune for the Jazz

Utah, which used to blow only cold, now has some very hot numbers

By Anthony Cotton

College Basketball

The young man and the sea

Noted cager Michael Cage is home away from home in fair San Diego

By Ralph Wiley

THE WEEK (Jan. 2-8)

By Roger Jackson

PERSPECTIVE

TO THIS HURLER, THROWING IS AN ART FORM, NOT A HIT-OR-MISS PROPOSITION

By Jonathan Walters

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 2-8

Compiled by Ivan Maisel

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LEADING OFF

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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