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February 04, 1980 | Volume 52, Issue 5

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Christie Brinkley Cover - Sports Illustrated February 04, 1980

February 04, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
QUOTE OF THE WEEKLord Killanin, the president of the International Olympic Committee, was asked the other day whether there was a possibility that the country which invaded Afghanistan might...

February 04, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Dave Graf, Cleveland Brown linebacker, on an ovation afforded teammate Dino Hall, who is 5'7": "When the crowd started chanting, 'Dino, Dino,' his parents must have felt five feet tall."

February 04, 1980 | Ron Fimrite

February 04, 1980 | Kenny Moore
In the weeks before last Saturday's Oregon Indoor Track & Field Meet in Portland, the first U.S. event in which Soviet athletes were to participate since President Carter first threatened an...

February 04, 1980 | Felix Rosenthal
Unlike the U.S. track and field athletes in Portland, the two coaches and 15 fighters on the American amateur boxing team that fought last week in Moscow were firm in their view of the Olympic...

February 04, 1980 | Bruce Newman

February 04, 1980
The Olympic stage is set, decorated lightly with snow and heavily with political perturbation, as Lake Placid welcomes athletes from 38 nations to the Winter Games. In words and pictures our...

February 04, 1980 | E. M. Swift

February 04, 1980 | Jule Campbell
Glittering in the Caribbean sun, the British Virgin Islands offer a haven for winter-ravaged sailors and sun worshipers. Here, where buccaneers once sailed, a constant trade wind entices weekend...

February 04, 1980 | Robert F. Jones

February 04, 1980 | Robert F. Jones
For those visitors who don't care to spend their time on either a bareboat or a crewed charter, the British Virgin Islands offer plenty of first-rate resort hotels, each with its special ambience....

February 04, 1980 | Jim Kaplan
Whatever happened to the classical ideal of the well-rounded athlete? When the ancient Greeks were in charge of the Olympics, many athletes were steeped in both sports and arts. In creating the...

February 04, 1980 | William F. Reed
When Maryland's Driesell downplayed Turk Tillman and Bill Bryant, they quit

February 04, 1980 | Herm Weiskopf
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February 04, 1980 | Herm Weiskopf
LES HENSON: Virginia Tech's 6'6" senior forward sank the longest shot ever—89'3"—to beat Florida State 79-77. Henson had 20 points in that game and then added 18 more as the Gobblers walloped...

February 04, 1980 | E. M. Swift

February 04, 1980 | Michael Baughman
It's taken a while—half my life or thereabouts, provided my luck and health hold out—but I've finally found a kind of fishing that suits my tastes perfectly. I think that those of us who love to...

February 04, 1980
18, 19—Evelyn Floret20—John Whitman (2), Lane Stewart (bottom)21—Lane Stewart (top), Medford Taylor (center)23—Enrico Ferorelli25—Richard Mackson56—Map by William Bernstein60—Bill Luster83—Jet...

February 04, 1980 | Compiled by BROOKS CLARK
PRO BASKETBALL—NBA: After starting the week with a 118-93 victory at Denver, Philadelphia had its winning streak stopped at nine games, losing 124-103 to Los Angeles. The 76ers stayed half a game...

February 04, 1980
RICK NEYPINE GROVE, PA.Ney, 18, a diesel fuel attendant, defeated Grover Clanton of Aurora, Colo. to win the 12th annual U.S. Open Darts Championships in Washington, D.C. He will represent the...

February 04, 1980 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:If the Soviet Union refuses to withdraw all combat troops from Afghanistan, I believe that sports fans and the national public should stand united and demand another location for the Olympic...