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February 3, 1986 Table Of Contents

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On The Scene

ZAP! YOU'RE PHASERED, BUT FEAR NOT: PHOTON PHREAKS LIVE TO PLAY AGAIN

By Franz Lidz

Super Bowl XX

A Brilliant Case For The Defense

Playing the most devastating D in Super Bowl history, the Chicago Bears routed the Patriots for the NFL title

By Paul Zimmerman

The Bear In Mind

Predictably unpredictable, Jim McMahon labored long to make all of that hucksterism and hype work for him

By Curry Kirkpatrick

World Cup Skiing

Just Like A Three-Ring Circus

Everything is out of whack on the World Cup circuit—the weather, the schedule, even the winners

By Anita Verschoth

Fighter

'I Want It Twice As Much'

In the face of controversy, amputee Craig Bodzianowski is now doubly determined about his boxing career

By William Nack

College Basketball

Cal rises to the occasion

After 25 years and 52 games, the Bears finally won one from UCLA

By Alexander Wolff

THE WEEK (Jan. 20-26)

By Austin Murphy

Hockey

Let's not blubber over the Whalers

So the NHL playoff structure hurts; Hartford might get there anyway

By Bob Kravitz

Journey

JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY

At midseason, the champion Lakers traveled east to see how they measured up against the Celtics, their old antagonists. Conclusion: Best-team-ever reports about the Lakers are premature, for sure

By Jack McCallum

Spotlight

SEASONED RELIEF PITCHER AVAILABLE: HAS GLOVE, WILL (AND DOES) TRAVEL

By Bruce Anderson

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 20-26

Compiled by James E. Reynolds

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff And Robert Sullivan