Feb. 20, 1984
Feb. 20, 1984

Table of Contents
Feb. 20, 1984

Track & Field
Pro Basketball
Van Breda Kolff
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


14 A The Winter Olympics
Despite a blizzard and early frustration for the U.S., the Sarajevo Games got a jump on being a glorious Olympics
by William Oscar Johnson

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'Have Fun! Have Fun! Have Fun!' 18
That's what America's Debbie Armstrong chanted in the giant slalom starting gate. Then she had a blast, winning gold
by William Oscar Johnson

A Rude Awakening to Cold Reality 22
Any hopes of another hockey gold medal for the U.S. were given a quick chill by Canada, Czechoslovakia and Norway
by E.M. Swift

The U.S. Found a Silver Lining 26
The skating pair of Kitty and Peter Carruthers exceeded expectations to give America its first medal of the Games
by Bob Ottum

30 The Son Has Also Risen
Now two notable Tarkanians, Jerry the coach and Danny the point guard, have UNLV runnin' and gunnin' once again
by Alexander Wolff

60 'I Made My Own Bed'
Butch van Breda Kolff, who came within a game of the NBA title and two of the NCAA, now coaches in high school
by William Nack


9 Scorecard
44 College Basketball
54 Track & Field
56 Pro Basketball
81 For the Record
82 19th Hole

Credits on page 81

PHOTOLEADING OFF: In a waste of wind-whirled snow, an exhausted but exultant Nikolai Zimyatov of the Soviet Union glides in first in the 30-km cross-country race in Sarajevo to add another gold to the three he won at Lake Placid.