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Jan. 21, 1980
Jan. 21, 1980

Table of Contents
Jan. 21, 1980

DePaul
Super Bowl Preview
Masters Tennis
  • In a week of upsets and dazzling tennis artistry, Bjorn Borg won in the Big Apple for the first time, besting a matchless field in the Colgate Grand Prix Masters at Madison Square Garden

Gordie Howe
College Basketball
Boxing
Golf
Pro Basketball
College Hockey
Rozelle
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CONTENTS

DePaul Is DeOne 12
As in No. 1, that is. The Blue Demons are unbeaten, thanks to their wily old coach, his son and a lot of hometown Chicago talent
by Larry Keith

This is an article from the Jan. 21, 1980 issue

Super? This Will Be the Crunch Bowl 16
No ifs, ands or buts about it, the Rams will be rammed, bammed and slammed by the Steelers when they meet Sunday
by Paul Zimmerman

Pop Goes the New Jork Yinx 20
In a week of upsets and dazzling tennis artistry, Bjorn Borg won in the Big Apple for the first time, besting a matchless field
by Curry Kirkpatrick

He Just Skates On and On and On 30
Gordie Howe is playing in his fifth decade, and while his legs are not what they used to be, everything else about him is
by E. M. Swift

Long Live the King! 100
In 20 years Pete Rozelle has become the unrivaled monarch of the NFL by twisting arms, doing P.R. and making everyone rich
by Frank Deford

The Departments

Scorecard 7
College Basketball 38
Boxing 81
Golf 84
TV Radio 88
Pro Basketball 91
College Hockey 94
For the Record 120
19th Hole 122

Credits on page 120

Cover photograph by Dan Baliotti

Next Week

It'll be some Sunday for either the Pittsburgh Steelers, who have won three Super Bowls, or the Los Angeles Rams, who've never even gone to one. Paul Zimmerman and a cast of photographers cover the action in XIV in Pasadena's Rose Bowl.

A forest primeval and other wonders are to be found in New York's Adirondack Park, which encompasses the site of the Winter Games. Robert H. Boyle writes of the park's rich history, present glories and the worrisome threat posed by acid rain.