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March 6, 1989 Table Of Contents

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Dallas Cowboys

'A CHAPTER CLOSED'

So said Tom Landry after the Cowboys' brash new owner installed a new coach in Dallas

By William Oscar Johnson

THE OTHER TOM LANDRY

By Paul Zimmerman

BRING BACK BONNIE

Speed skater Bonnie Blair, her post-Olympic hiatus over, won the World Sprints

By Douglas S. Looney

Dantley And Aguirre

AND THE WINNER IS...

Who got the better deal, Detroit in Mark Aguirre or Dallas in Adrian Dantley?

By Jack McCallum

Wade Boggs

FACING THE MUSIC

Wade Boggs stayed cool despite his ex-lover's steamy revelations

By E.M. Swift

Jay Burson

By the Skin Of His Neck

Ohio State basketball star Jay Burson fractured a vertebra, but he'll be able to pursue his latest dream, playing in the NBA

By Hank Hersch

College Basketball

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

By William F. Reed

STRETCH

THOUGH HIS 7'5" HEIGHT IS ESTEEMED, CHUCK NEVITT SEEMS CONDEMNED TO SIT AT THE END OF THE BENCH

By Steve Wulf

Spotlight

SEEING AND BELIEVING

A triathlete's blindness does't impair his vision

By Ken Young

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Feb. 20-26

Compiled by Sally Guard

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

MIRACULOUS CONVERSION

A baseball fan goes to the Summit and discovers the NBA

By Steve Wulf

Departments

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff

SMASHING!

After a tumultuous layoff of eight months, Mike Tyson returned to the ring and knocked out Frank Bruno

By Pat Putnam

STONEHANDS RULES AGAIN

The amazing 37-year-old Roberto Duran beat Iran Barkley in Atlantic City to win the WBC middleweight title

By Bruce Newman

GIVING OUT HIGH MARKS

At the Doral Ryder Open, Bill Glasson grabbed the top prize, but the top praise of his peers went to Mark Calcavecchia

By Jaime Diaz