Jan. 28, 1980
Jan. 28, 1980

Table of Contents
Jan. 28, 1980

Super Bowl XIV
Italian League
College Basketball
Track & Field
Figure Skating
Horse Racing
Adirondack Park
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


President Carter delivers an ultimatum on the Moscow Olympics, and asks international support for his tough stand
by Jerry Kirshenbaum

This is an article from the Jan. 28, 1980 issue

Super Bowl XIV

Pittsburgh survived a tenacious Los Angeles attack and then rallied for two late TDs to win the best bowl yet
by Paul Zimmerman 10

What you see is what you get, and from the worst seat in the Rose Bowl, what you saw—and heard—were the loudspeakers
by Ron Fimrite 16

The big play for the Steelers was one that never went right in practice, but John Stallworth made it work in Pasadena
by Joe Marshall 20

CBS pulled out a lot of old Hollywood movie bits for its telecast, but one the network forgot was "Play it again...."
by Stan Isaacs 25

Basketball Italian Style 26
It's not the NBA, but some èmigrè's from the U.S. have found the game in Italy to be their cup of espresso
by Bruce Newman

The Land of the Also-Rans 32
The U.S. has more skiers, slopes and money than most countries, but we are mediocre at Olympic skiing. Why?
by William Oscar Johnson

"No Landscape More Brightly Gemmed" 62
Though Mark Twain and T.R. knew it, and Lake Placid lies within it, Adirondack Park is our "best-kept secret"
by Robert H. Boyle

The Departments

College Basketball 43
Track & Field 48
Figure Skating 52
Horse Racing 56
For the Record 78
19th Hole 80

Credits on page 78

Cover photograph by Walter Iooss Jr.

Next Week

Easy, Breezy Islands of the Caribbean, namely the British Virgins, are the backdrop of our annual swimsuit issue. Swimwear that Anne Bonny never dreamed of in those islands' piratical heyday adorns bonny creatures photographed by John Zimmerman in settings selected by Associate Editor Jule Campbell. Senior Writer Robert F. Jones climbs up to a rain forest on the highest mountain of the verdant island cluster, dives down to the underwater remnants of a 19th-century ship, samples the Virgins' hotels and reports on the burgeoning business of bareboat yacht chartering.