Feb. 27, 1984
Feb. 27, 1984

Table of Contents
Feb. 27, 1984

College Basketball
Motor Sports
Pro Basketball
Baseball Journal
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


14 They Saved the Best for Last
Led by its surprising Alpine skiers, the U.S. closed with a rush at Sarajevo, winning three golds in the final four days
by William Oscar Johnson

This is an article from the Feb. 27, 1984 issue Original Layout

23 Notable Triumphs, Wrong Notes
Scott Hamilton, Katarina Witt and Their Greatnesses hit golden chords in skating, but the U.S. pair got tuned out
by Bob Ottum

32 USFL'84
A glimpse of all 18 teams and a close look at Jim Kelly, the quarterback the league hopes will be its Joe Namath
by Jill Lieber and Rick Telander

64 A Here's to the Good Old Days
In a journal on events outside the white lines in 1983, the author recalls baseball as a pastime, not a product
by Jim Kaplan


9 Scorecard
46 College Basketball
50 Motor Sports
56 Pro Basketball
81 For the Record
82 19th Hole

Credits on page 81

Cover photograph by Tony Tomsic

PHOTOLEADING OFF: It's a bird! It's a plane! It's...just good ol' Ladislav Dluhosch, a Czech ski jumper who here appears to be way, way off course. Actually, he flew far—and straight—enough off the 90-meter hill in Sarajevo to finish 12th.