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February 10, 1986 Table Of Contents

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Viewpoint

A FLY-FISHERMAN IS DAZZLED BY THE VARIETY, AND COST, OF TODAY'S REELS

By Steve Raymond

On The Scene

SUPER-SENIOR TENNIS COURTS OLDER PLAYERS WHO STILL ENJOY COMPETING

By Michael Segell

Spotlight

HALL OF FAMER ART DONOVAN TACKLES A NEW FIELD, TELEVISION, AND SCORES

By Jamie Malanowski

Booktalk

A FINE SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHER'S BOOK IS A DELIGHT TO SEE BUT NOT TO READ

By Jeremiah Tax

Syracuse

Juicy Days For The Orange

Led by a real pearl, Syracuse has squirted to the top in the Big East

By Alexander Wolff

Watch Out, Carl, They're Gaining On You

In Dallas, Carl Lewis beat the wave of the future but lost to an old foe in the 60-yard dash

By Bruce Anderson

Towering Dream In Rocket Country

With a skyscraping duo, Houston hopes to crack the Big Three

By Jack McCallum

Patriots

The NFL And Drugs: Fumbling For A Game Plan

New England coach Raymond Berry, upset by inaction, tried to combat drugs and touched off a post-Super Bowl uproar

By Craig Neff

Shirley Muldowney

Fiery Return Of A Leadfoot Lady

Fit again after a horrifying crash, Shirley Muldowney had another brush with disaster in a comeback drag race

By Sam Moses

Ornaments Of Society

Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora: The very names evoke visions of a South Pacific paradise where palm trees sway beside endless beaches and the fragrance of frangipani fills the air. So what better locale for our annual salute to swimsuits than these pillars of the Society Islands?

By Jule Campbell

THE GAMES THEY PLAY IN PARADISE

Once a year languid Tahiti rouses itself for the Tiurai, a celebration featuring canoe racing, rock lifting, fruit-carrying runs and tattooing

By Bruce Newman

Golf

New name, same old tournament

Fuzzy Zoeller won the AT & T pro-am in wet weather that was pure Crosby

By Barry McDermott

College Basketball

Shooting to even up the score

Michigan State's Scott Skiles answers critics with points of his own

By Ivan Maisel

THE WEEK (Jan. 27-Feb. 2)

By Austin Murphy

First Person

EUROPE'S CLASSIC NORTH FACES GAVE THE AUTHOR SIX GRAND CHALLENGES

By Eric Perlman

Sideline

A BEACH BIKE PROVED JUST THE TICKET FOR SEXY LEGS AND A SUNNY MARRIAGE

By Pat Jordan

Update

WHEN HIS HOOPS CAREER DIDN'T FLY, BILL GREEN MADE EDUCATION HIS GAME

By Morin Bishop

Reminiscence

THE AUTHOR SAVORS THE MEMORY OF A RUN WITH HIS IDOL, MUHAMMAD ALI

By Matt Bowen

On Deck

MARTIAL ARTS CHAMP BRENDA MAXEY IS GRAPPLING WITH MEN'S WRESTLING

By Sandy Keenan

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 27-Feb. 2

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

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert W. Creamer