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Letter From The Publishers

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

Booktalk

THE MUSINGS OF 'A MIND WARPED BY GOLF' ARE OF ENDURING EXCELLENCE

By Jeremiah Tax

Superbowl XIX

The Niners Were Never Finer

In San Francisco's 38-16 Super Bowl rout of Miami, it's hard to say which was better, the offense or defense

By Paul Zimmerman

A VERY FRUITFUL DAY FOR A SECOND BANANA

By Ralph Wiley

NO NEWS AND PLENTY OF IT

By William Taaffe

Bill Johnson

Rub-A-Dub-Dub, He Was Splashier In The Tub

Bill Johnson, the downhill hero of the '84 Winter Games, is off to a rather tepid start in the new World Cup season

By William Oscar Johnson

Duke

A Dukeout That Left Carolina Blue

After 18 losses in 18 seasons, Duke finally upended rival North Carolina in formerly unfriendly Chapel Hill

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Track & Field

Mary, Mary, still contrary

Mary Decker, her Olympic anger untempered, set a record in LA.

By Craig Neff

Horse Racing

Not just a kid on a pony

Wesley Ward, who's only 16, is the top apprentice jockey in the country

By Demmie Stathoplos

College Basketball

As he grows, so grows Navy

David Robinson sprouted to 6'11" and the Middies have never stood taller

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (Jan. 14-20)

By Roger Jackson

Boxing

A tale told in anguish

Donald Curry cut down a gutsy Colin Jones to retain his crown

By Pat Putnam

Hockey

The oldest is Young

At 29, Pittsburgh's Warren Young is the senior rookie in the NHL

By Jack Falla

BLY11

BASEBALL'S DUTCH TREAT

CLEVELAND'S NETHERLANDS-BORN STAR, PITCHER BERT BLYLEVEN, PUTS HIS PEDAL TO THE METAL ON THE FIELD AND OFF

By Steve Wulf

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 14-20

Compiled by Sandy Keenan

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

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