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February 11, 1985 Table Of Contents

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Spotlight

BONNIE GADUSEK CALLS HERSELF THE ANIMAL, BUT SHE IS A DREAMER, TOO

By Franz Lidz

Shopwalk

SKIERS WHO FIND GETTING WET IS NO PICNIC MAY WARM TO THE TAILGAITER

By Joan O'Brien

On Deck

A FOREIGNER THREATENS THE INSULAR WORLD OF JAPANESE SUMO WRESTLING

By Michael Shapiro

Sideline

THE ARCEL MEDICAL CENTER IS A START TOWARD THE CARE OF RETIRED BOXERS

By J. Austin Murphy

Footloose

ONCE HUNTED IN VAST NUMBERS, THE OL' BLACK DUCK IS NOW IN JEOPARDY

By Robert F. Jones

Crosby Golf

O'Meara Makes His Mark

Mark O'Meara, who had been big in winnings but never a big winner, hung tough over the closing holes of the Crosby to finally earn a big title

By Barry McDermott

He Did A Bang-Up Job

Brian Boitano gave it his best shot and won the U.S. crown

By Bob Ottum

Memphis State

Mighty Sweet Music In Memphis

Keith Lee and his hometown Tiger band have Memphis State making its way to the top of the charts

By Curry Kirkpatrick

America's Cup

THEIR CUP RUNNETH OVER

Sports, especially those in the great outdoors, are the Australians' cup of tea. In the next 72 pages SI serves up features on the local America's Cup fever, on some scenic locales and swimwear, and on dashing surf lifesavers

By Sarah Ballard

She'll Go A-Waltzing Australia With You

The island continent is endowed not only with splendid beaches but also with an intriguing interior, providing a rich and varied backdrop for our annual swimsuit spectacular. Here at Shark Bay on the west coast, Paulina Porizkova stretches out on a cushion of cockleshells in a bikini from Connie Banko ($38). Paulina leaves her imprint on the cover as well, in a lace-and-Lycra suit made in Israel by Gottex ($50).

By Jule Campbell

Lifesavers

'I Want Guts, Meboys!'

So cries a boat sweep, one of thousands of lifesavers who compete in a macho Aussie sport

By Gary Smith

College Basketball

In the heat of the Knight

Bob Knight made some odd moves, drawing boos from Indiana's fans

By Bruce Newman

THE WEEK Jan. 28-Feb. 3

By Roger Jackson

TV/Radio

He spent a lot to save a lot more

Ted Turner's costly superstation pact with baseball could be a coup

By William Taaffe

Perspective

A DECLINE IN TV RATINGS HAS MAJOR IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SPORTS WORLD

By William Taaffe

Yesterday

BACK IN THE EARLY 1900s, BICYCLING WAS BIG AND FRANK KRAMER WAS KING

By David Chauner

First Person

ON NEW YEAR'S EVE THE AUTHOR LANDS ONE STRIPER OF LASTING IMPORTANCE

By Clive Gammon

On The Scene

NBA PLAYERS COUNSEL LARRY FLEISHER WEARS A SECOND HAT AS AN AGENT

By Alexander Wolff

Focus

CHAMPION CALLER BILL PRIVOTT IS A MAN WHO USUALLY GETS HIS GOOSE

By Lawrence Maddry

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 28-Feb. 3

Compiled by Sandy Keenan

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum