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November 12, 1984 Table Of Contents

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Sideline

WHENCE CAME THE WAVE? COLORADO HOCKEY OR FOOTBALL IN WASHINGTON?

By Lisa Twyman

Replay

TINY MAXWELL CUT A WIDE SWATH AS A FOOTBALL PLAYER, REF AND WRITER

By Ralph Keyes

NFL

Dr. Z's Rx to Revive the NFL

Pro football is hurting, but it needn't be. The author names the ills and prescribes some remedies

By Paul Zimmerman

Don't Let It Go Down The Tube, Pete

By William Taaffe

Supercross

Flying Bikes And Wealthy Tykes

Those are major ingredients of Supercross, the wild invention of Mike Goodwin, who last week brought his cycle circus to the Coliseum

By Barry McDermott

Brigham Young

It's Possible: Brigham Young Could Be The One

Maybe its conference is WACy, and maybe its players are slow, but BYU is making a serious run—er, pass—at winning the national championship

By Douglas S. Looney

A New Kick On The Boot

Alfredo Primavera, an American in Italy, is an expert violinmaker who coaches spaghetti football

By Alexander Wolff

Hockey

Major descent to the minors

A one-week demotion left All-Star Buffalo goalie Tom Barrasso steaming

By E.M. Swift

Pro Football

Easley's something special

Seattle's strong safety Ken Easley is a high-powered punt returner, too

By Rick Telander

EXTRA POINTS

By Jill Lieber

Boxing

He's the king of Kingston

Champion Bill Costello pleased his hometown by foiling Saoul Mamby

By William Nack

College Football

Hart Lee anything he can't do

Schoolboy star Hart Lee Dykes has already made two halls of fame

By Alexander Wolff

Football

THE WEEK

By N. Brooks Clark

THE DAY THE GODFATHER DID IN THE GUNSLINGER

By Franz Lidz

Larry Brown

'Where You Gonna Be Next Year, Larry?'

The old question still haunts Larry Brown, though he's shown signs that coaching at Kansas could be the last stop in his odyssey

By Gary Smith

Shopwalk

DREISSIGACKER SYNTHETIC OARS HAVE SWEPT BY THE TRADITIONAL WOODIES

By William Jaspersohn

Perspective

FISHERIES BIOLOGIST WILLIAM RICKER IS A REAL HALL OF FAMER IN HIS FIELD

By Robert H. Boyle

For The Record

A roundup of the week Oct. 29-Nov. 4

Compiled by Bruce Anderson

FACES IN THE CROWD

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