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February 4, 1985 Table Of Contents

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Sideline

A NEW DIET WILL HELP THE U.S. SKI TEAM TO COMPETE MORE AND SNIFFLE LESS

By Bob Ottum

Booktalk

MIKE BURKE, PAL, THIS IS YOUR LIFE, BUT WHY DID YOU HAVE TO TELL IT THIS WAY?

By Jeremiah Tax

St. John's

A Taste Of Their Own Medicine

St. John's used an old Georgetown prescription—tough defense—to build a wide lead. Then the Redmen held on to break the Hoyas' 29-game win streak

By Alexander Wolff

He Threw A High, Hard One

Jim Howard, from Nolan Ryan's hometown, pitched himself to an American high jump record

By Craig Neff

Doug Flutie

Mr. Touchdown Scores Again

Doug Flutie became the third straight Heisman Trophy winner to go to the USFL when he agreed to a $7 million contract

By Steve Wulf

Tiffany Chin

Guaranteed To Keep The Chin Up

The next AlbrightFlemingHamill may be Tiffany Chin, who at 17 is skating out of the wings toward the U.S. women's title

By Bob Ottum

Livingstone Bramble

This Fighter's A Breed Apart

It's "Rasta vs. pasta" as Livingstone Bramble, top dog of the lightweights, eyes a rematch with Ray (Boom Boom) Mancini

By Franz Lidz

Skiing

'My father is always right'

So says Paola Magoni, who won Olympic gold thanks to her driven dad

By Anita Verschoth

College Basketball

He has taken some tough shots

An unbearable adolescence made Larry Krystkowiak a tough Grizzly

By Jaime Diaz

THE WEEK (Jan. 21-27)

Roger Jackson

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 21-27

Compiled by Sandy Keenan

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