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WHEN IT CAME TO DUCK DECOYS, THE PAIUTE INDIANS MADE THEM TO LAST

By Rob Buchanan

Bramble-Mancini

Bloody, Beaten, But Unbowed

Though the judges said it was close, WBA lightweight champ Livingstone Bramble routed a courageous Boom Boom Mancini

By Pat Putnam

A Dubious Gambit In Moscow

Just when chess champion Anatoly Karpov seemed to be weakening, the challenger was abruptly checkmated

By William Oscar Johnson

Daytona 500

He Put A Feather In His Cap(s)

Bill Elliott drove his T-Bird to a scorching win in the Daytona 500

By Sam Moses

USFL '85

A Pocketful Of Dreams

If Doug Flutie can transfer his magic to the struggling USFL, the league's cloudy future will get a lot brighter

By Ralph Wiley

THE NETWORKS' CUPBOARDS WERE BARE

By William Taaffe

If It's 1985, This Must Be Portland

First there was Boston, then New Orleans. Now the USFL's Breakers are on the way to Portland and what they hope is finally a permanent home

By Rick Telander

Pat Bradley

Not Yet At Her Peak

Pat Bradley is too good a golfer to play second fiddle on the LPGA Tour forever

By Sandy Keenan

College Basketball

Big Ben's time is now

Foes are alarmed by the prowess of Creighton star Benoit Benjamin

By Jim Kaplan

THE WEEK (Feb. 11-17)

By Roger Jackson

A MAN AND HIS MOUNTAIN

Almost 50 years ago Dave McCoy first skied Mammoth Mountain; what he's done since is a mammoth achievement

By William Oscar Johnson

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 11-17

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