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CONTENTS

Feb. 08, 1988
Feb. 08, 1988

Table of Contents
Feb. 8, 1988

The Super Bowl
24 Hours Of Daytona
The West
Yzerman
NBA Fights
Swimming
Baseball
Superstition
Point After
Departments

CONTENTS

ONE SUPER SHOW! 14
Washington trailed until quarterback Doug Williams set off a Skins scoring burst in the Super Bowl
by Paul Zimmerman

This is an article from the Feb. 8, 1988 issue

THE CAT WINS A DOGFIGHT 34
In the 24 Hours of Daytona, a Jaguar "Tom Cat" severed a string of Porsche victories that date back to 1977
by Sam Moses

BIG UPRISING IN THE WEST 38
Let the lofty East take notice: There's a whole lot of basketball movin' 'n' shakin' going on out yonder
by Alexander Wolff

RED WING ON A ROLL 66
In Detroit all eyes are on Steve Yzerman, the high-scoring captain of the Norris Division's pacesetting team
by Austin Murphy

DISORDER ON THE COURT 72
The NBA may again put a third ref on the floor because fines and suspensions haven't ended the fighting
by Jack McCallum

BLACK CATS AND LADY LUCK 86
There's no end to the crazy things athletes will—or won't—do in attempting to charm Dame Fortune
by Jack McCallum

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 4
Scorecard 9
Swimming 79
College Basketball 82
Baseball 84
For The Record 99
Point After 100

Cover Photograph by John Biever

PHOTOWALTER IOOSS JR.IT'S THE REAL THING: Nine-year-old David Butz joined his father, Washington tackle Dave, on the sideline to savor the closing moments of the Redskins' stunning Super Bowl victory (page 14).