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January 25, 1988 | Volume 68, Issue 3

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John Elway Cover - Sports Illustrated January 25, 1988

January 25, 1988 | Rick Reilly

January 25, 1988 | Paul Zimmerman

January 25, 1988 | Craig Neff
Ben Johnson flew 2,800 miles to win twice in two days and set a world best

January 25, 1988 | Alexander Wolff
Bradley's Hersey Hawkins, the nation's top scorer, has raised his game in grand fashion

January 25, 1988 | Austin Murphy
High-scoring Calgary center Joe Nieuwendyk has put a clamp on the NHL's rookie-of-the-year award

January 25, 1988 | William Taaffe
Nah-nah-nah-nah-na-nah, CBS and NBC are feuding

January 25, 1988 | Bruce Newman

January 25, 1988 | Morin Bishop

January 25, 1988 | Hank Hersch
Lafayette (Fat) Lever may finally get the NBA All-Star recognition he deserves

January 25, 1988 | Edited by Gay Flood
DR. Z'S ALL-PROSPaul Zimmerman's All-Pro team (The Best of the Best, Jan. 11) is perfect, except for his choice of running backs Herschel Walker and Curt Warner over Charles White and Eric...

January 25, 1988 | Jaime Diaz
Steve Pate shone in a starless field at a rain-shortened TOC

January 25, 1988 | Morin Bishop

January 25, 1988 | Morin Bishop
DANA BARROSBoston College's 5'11" junior guard scored 57 points in two victories, 68-66 over Georgetown and 85-70 over Seton Hall. Barros played all but five seconds and committed only two turnovers.

January 25, 1988 | Alexander Wolff
The home arena and uniform look pretty much the same, even if the former isn't as full and the latter isn't as filled out. The face and playing style are familiar, too, though the mug is more...

January 25, 1988 | Robert Sullivan
A new selection process saved the day for sliders at the U.S. Olympic trials

January 25, 1988 | Frank Deford
I'm sorry to have to be the one to tell you this, but bowling may have an image problem. Why is this, and why should we, as citizens, care? It's not good for America for bowling to fret. Bowling...

January 25, 1988 | Michael Brody
There's a story behind this NFL official's number

January 25, 1988 | Compiled by Merrell Noden
PRO BASKETBALL—Celtic great Bill Russell got a standing ovation when he returned to Boston Garden for the first time as Sacramento coach, but that was all the courtesy that the Celtics showed him;...

January 25, 1988
SANDY McLACHLINDRESDEN, ONT.Sandy, 16, won the women's world horseshoe pitching title in Eau Claire, Wis. She pitched a world-record 88.2% ringers to beat Diane Cantin of Saint Raymond, Que., who...

January 25, 1988 | William Nack
Alysheba: Horse of the Year or Druggie of the Year?

January 25, 1988 | Edited by Sarah Ballard

January 25, 1988 | Edited by Sarah Ballard
•Reggie Jackson, on a $1 million-plus offer he has received to play ball in Japan next year: "Guys who play there say it gets awfully lonely. Hell, for the money they're talking, I can buy some...