Feb. 13, 1984
Feb. 13, 1984

Table of Contents
Feb. 13, 1984

The Crosby
Pete Rose
Bernard King
Donald Trump
Track & Field


34 The Bumper Pool Crosby
Two sensational bank shots on 18 at the Crosby Pro-Am propelled Hale Irwin to a playoff, which he proceeded to win
by Dan Jenkins

This is an article from the Feb. 13, 1984 issue

40 His Recipe Is a Mix of Sugar and Curry
Donald Curry is hoping, perhaps in vain, that his win over Marlon Starling will lead to a big bout with Ray Leonard
by Jaime Diaz

42 Out to Prove He Can Pull His Weight
At 42 going on 4,000, Pete Rose has a new team, the Expos, and new challenge—lifting another club to a title
by Ron Fimrite

48 It Was a 50-50 Proposition
The Knicks' Bernard King became the first NBA player in 17 seasons to score 50 points a game on successive nights
by Bruce Newman

53 The USFL's Trump Card
Builder Donald Trump, owner of the New Jersey Generals, is making a big-bucks bid to turn his league into a winner
by Robert H. Boyle

64 'A' You're Adorable
The ABCs of the Netherlands Antilles—Aruba, Bonaire and Cura√ßao—are the setting for our swimsuit spectacular
by Jule Campbell and Paolo Curto

106 Eyeball to Eyeball with Weirdies
Bonaire may defy the postcard image of a tropical paradise, but its varied undersea life makes it a mecca for divers
by Robert F. Jones


31 Scorecard
89 Track & Field
92 Motor Sports
96 Pro Football
100 College Basketball
145 For the Record
146 19th Hole

Credits on page 145

Cover photograph by Paolo Curto

PHOTOLEADING OFF: It's easy to take a shine to Kathy Ireland as she reflects on another sun-kissed day in the Netherlands Antilles while wearing a glittery bikini by Gottex ($150).