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Dec. 17, 1984
Dec. 17, 1984

Table of Contents
Dec. 17, 1984

Redskins-Cowboys
Dickerson
Australian Open
Rodeo
Golf
College Basketball
Grand Slam
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CONTENTS

12 Uncowed By The Cowboys
Gutsy Joe Theismann paced Washington to a memorable win over Dallas and undisputed first place in the NFC East
by Paul Zimmerman

This is an article from the Dec. 17, 1984 issue Original Layout

16 He Put The Squeeze On The Juice
With 215 yards against the Oilers, the Rams' Eric Dickerson ran past O.J. Simpson to a single-season record of 2,007
by William Nack

20 Done In Down Under
An upset in the Australian Open by a new kid kept Martina Navratilova from becoming tennis's third Calendar Girl
by Frank Deford

30 Showdown At The OKC Corral
Donnie Gay set a record at the National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City, where the riders weren't throwing the bull
by E.M. Swift

38 Beware Of The Candy Men
BYU's offensive linemen don't talk or play nasty, but they're tough customers when it comes to protecting their passer
by Jack McCallum

66 There Are Ghosts Out There, Mon
They're hell to catch, but if you land a permit as part of a Turneffe Island grand slam, immortality is your reward
by E.M. Swift

DEPARTMENTS

7 Scorecard
48 Golf
50 Extra Points
55 College Basketball
62 Inside Pitch
83 For The Record
85 19th Hole

PHOTOLANE STEWARTLEADING OFF: Joe Wimberly and the rest of the bull riders at the National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City showed they certainly weren't cowed when it came time to remain astride the high-kickin' critters imported for the NFR.
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