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February 17, 1986 | Volume 64, Issue 7

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Danny Manning Cover - Sports Illustrated February 17, 1986

February 17, 1986 | Compiled by JAMES E. REYNOLDS
PRO BASKETBALL—The Pacific Division-leading Los Angeles Lakers won their two games in a week that culminated in the 36th All-Star Game. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who extended his record number of...

February 17, 1986
JILL BEITERFORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.Jill, a senior at Cardinal Gibbons High, averaged 11 spikes and six blocks in leading the Redskins' volleyball team to a 40-1 record and the state AAA title. She...

February 17, 1986 | Edited by Gay Flood
BEAR COVERAGESir:The Chicago Bears on three straight covers (Jan. 20, Jan. 27 and Feb. 3)? Not even Paulina is that good.KEVIN H. O'LEARYMiddletown, R.I.

February 17, 1986 | E.M. Swift

February 17, 1986 | Kenny Moore
Only hours after Sergei Bubka vaulted to a world-best 19'5", Billy Olson regained the mark with a dramatic leap of 19'5½"

February 17, 1986 | Pat Putnam
For three rounds against Billy Costello, 33-year-old Alexis Arguello looked ready for re-retirement. Then he exploded

February 17, 1986 | E.M. Swift

February 17, 1986 | Richard Demak

February 17, 1986 | Curry Kirkpatrick

February 17, 1986 | Donald J. Barr
When SI reporter Sally Guard was growing up, an esteemed member of the family for 15 years was a dog named Beauty, part sheltie, part whippet, all mutt. Beauty, a quirky, independent critter,...

February 17, 1986 | Jeremiah Tax
While partisans of other sports debate—usually with no more than subjective evidence—which is "fastest growing," which attracts the most spectators and which appears to wield the most influence,...

February 17, 1986 | Franz Lidz
The AL gave the NL the works in the Pizza Hut All-Star Softball Game

February 17, 1986 | Bruce Newman
The U.S. soared during the first freestyle championships in France

February 17, 1986 | Jaime Diaz
The whole city's in a fever over the surprising 23-1 Bradley Braves

February 17, 1986 | Austin Murphy

February 17, 1986 | Austin Murphy
REGGIE MILLER: UCLA's 6'7" junior forward scored 73 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and made six assists as the Bruins defeated Pac-10 rivals Washington, 94-89 in OT, and Washington State, 88-81.

February 17, 1986 | Edited by Craig Neff and Robert Sullivan

February 17, 1986 | Edited by Craig Neff and Robert Sullivan
•Hubie Brown, New York Knicks coach, to an old nemesis, Denver coach Doug Moe, when Moe asked him if he minded having been called a jerk by Moe on Moe's weekly television show: "You've done it in...

February 17, 1986 | Libby Riddles