CONTENTS

February 13, 1989

A FLIGHT SO FANCY 14
Tamara McKinney ended a U.S. losing streak with a win at the Alpine world championships
by William Oscar Johnson

THE POWER OF THE PRESS 22
The New York Knicks' swarming defense is bad news indeed for rivals of the Atlantic Division leaders
by Jack McCallum

DAYTONA'S PARK-IN 30
Fog trimmed the 24 Hours to a mere 20 hours, as a Porsche won in a dramatic nose-to-tail duel with a Jaguar
by Sam Moses

MUCH SWEETA FOR AOUITA 32
Olympic bust Said Aouita of Morocco found redemption in the 3,000 meters at the Millrose Games
by Merrell Noden

FIND THE GOLF HERE? 58
During an unprecedented golfing boom, the women's tour is still struggling to find an image that will sell
by Jaime Diaz

THE IOWA GIRL STANDS TALL 76
The game is called six-on-six, and every winter it captures the state's fancy the way no boys' sport does
by Kevin Cook

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 4
Scorecard 7
College Basketball 68
Wrestling 72
For The Record 90
Point After 92

Cover Photograph by Tim DeFrisco/Allsport USA

PHOTOJOHN W. MCDONOUGHTHE ULTIMATE NOSE JOB: Junior Saunders of Arizona State (top) did some very special surgery on Oklahoma State's Mark Toarmina in helping the Sun Devils to an upset of the No. 1-rated Cowboys (page 72).

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Bogey (+1)
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