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February 13, 1984 Table Of Contents

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FOR THE INVENTOR OF RACQUETBALL, FAME IS NOT THE NAME OF THE GAME

By Jim Kaplan

The Crosby

The Bumper Pool Crosby

Two sensational 18th-hole bank shots at the Bing Crosby Pro-Am lifted Hale Irwin into a playoff, which he won on the second hole

By Dan Jenkins

His Recipe Is A Mix Of Sugar And Curry

Donald Curry hopes, perhaps vainly, that his win over Marlon Starling will lead to a bout with Ray Leonard

By Jaime Diaz

Pete Rose

Pete's Out To Prove He Can Pull His Weight

At 42 going on 4,000, Pete Rose has a new team, the Expos, and a new challenge—lifting yet another club to the pennant

By Ron Fimrite

Bernard King

It Was A 50-50 Proposition

The Knicks' Bernard King became the first NBA player in 17 years to hit 50 points on successive nights

By Bruce Newman

Donald Trump

The USFL's Trump Card

Builder Donald Trump, owner of the New Jersey Generals, has bid big bucks to make his league a winner

By Robert H. Boyle

'A' You're Adorable, 'B' You're...

By Jule Campbell

Track & Field

He feels a bit constricted

Tyke Peacock longs for the NBA even as he sets high-jump marks

By Craig Neff

Pro Football

This cookie's in the chips

A 52,000-mile shopping trip made Warren Moon the newest NFL millionaire

By Jill Lieber

College Basketball

Here today, here tomorrow?

Kansas coach Larry Brown is making his presence felt—at least for now

By Alexander Wolff

THE WEEK (Jan. 30-Feb. 5)

By Roger Jackson

Perspective

THE VOLLEYS OF THE IRISH PRESS LEFT JOHN McENROE SPEECHLESS FOR ONCE

By Franz Lidz

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 30-Feb. 5

Compiled by Ivan Maisel

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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