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February 13, 1984 | Volume 60, Issue 7

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Paulina Porizkova Cover - Sports Illustrated February 13, 1984

February 13, 1984 | Alexander Wolff
Kansas coach Larry Brown is making his presence felt—at least for now

February 13, 1984 | Roger Jackson

February 13, 1984 | Roger Jackson
NAPOLEON JOHNSON: Grambling's 6'9" senior center scored 71 points, making 22 of 35 field goals and 27 of 31 from the line, and had 21 rebounds as the Tigers split a pair of Southwestern A.C. games.

February 13, 1984 | Robert F. Jones

February 13, 1984 | William Jaspersohn
I came to skiing—downhill skiing, that is—late and resisted lessons. I am, therefore, a bad downhill skier, one who, if faced with a trailful of fresh powder on some stumped and touristed slope,...

February 13, 1984 | Giles Tippette
On the platform above the bucking chutes, the rodeo announcer, Don Endsley, is saying: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, we come to that premier event in rodeo, the one you've all been waiting...

February 13, 1984 | Mitch Albom
In November 1982, I went to tiny Igls, Austria to spend some time with the U.S. National Luge Team, which was training there.

February 13, 1984 | Franz Lidz
When Aer Lingus flight 159 landed at Dublin Airport last Sept. 27, one of those on board was John McEnroe, who was about to set foot on the Auld Sod for the first time. Five years ago, when Pope...

February 13, 1984
4-6—Paolo Curto31—Bill Eppridge32—Thomas S. England34, 35—Peter Read Miller36, 37—Peter Read Miller (top left), Carl Iwasaki (top right), Richard Mackson (2)38, 39—Peter Read Miller (top left),...

February 13, 1984
JESSE JACKSON JR.CHICAGOJesse, a 180-pound senior back at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., ran for 889 yards and scored 15 touchdowns for the 6-3 Bulldogs, despite losing three games because...

February 13, 1984 | Compiled by IVAN MAISEL
PRO BASKETBALL—First-place Boston pulled to a startling 7½-game lead over Philadelphia in the Atlantic Division, and there was one clear reason for this unlikely turn of events: injuries. The...

February 13, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
FROM SWEATERS TO SHOESSir:I wouldn't be surprised if today's sneaker fees (Foot Soldiers of Fortune, Jan. 23) make Y.A. Tittle try to tear his hair. He played 20 years or so too soon. So did his...

February 13, 1984 | Jim Kaplan
The 68-year-old Greenwich (Conn.) YMCA, a magnificent structure of colonial red brick with Ionic columns and a copper dome, resembles a historical monument. Perhaps rightly so, because racquetball...

February 13, 1984 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

February 13, 1984 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Melvin Howard, freshman guard on Georgia's basketball team, on his limited playing time: "It's not the sitting that bothers me. It's the not playing."

February 13, 1984 | Dan Jenkins

February 13, 1984 | Jaime Diaz
Donald Curry hopes, perhaps vainly, that his win over Marlon Starling will lead to a bout with Ray Leonard

February 13, 1984 | Ron Fimrite
At 42 going on 4,000, Pete Rose has a new team, the Expos, and a new challenge—lifting yet another club to the pennant

February 13, 1984 | Bruce Newman
The Knicks' Bernard King became the first NBA player in 17 years to hit 50 points on successive nights

February 13, 1984 | Robert H. Boyle
Builder Donald Trump, owner of the New Jersey Generals, has bid big bucks to make his league a winner

February 13, 1984 | Robert L. Miller
Associate editor Jule Campbell plans each shot for our annual swimsuit issue with extraordinary care, but there are occasional surprises. This year it was marines and sailors. Campbell and...

February 13, 1984 | Jule Campbell
No wonder every smart sunseeker knows his ABCs. Aruba is adorable. Bonaire is beautiful. Curaçao is a cutie full of charms. And together they constitute the southernmost islands of the Netherlands...

February 13, 1984 | Craig Neff
Tyke Peacock longs for the NBA even as he sets high-jump marks

February 13, 1984 | Robert F. Jones
A trio of South Africans krauled mighty kwickly in the 24 Hours

February 13, 1984 | Jill Lieber
A 52,000-mile shopping trip made Warren Moon the newest NFL millionaire