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February 13, 1989 | Volume 70, Issue 7

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Patrick Ewing Cover - Sports Illustrated February 13, 1989

February 13, 1989 | William Oscar Johnson

February 13, 1989 | Jack McCallum

February 13, 1989 | Sam Moses
Fog trimmed the 24 Hours to 20 hours, as Porsche outdueled Jaguar

February 13, 1989 | Merrell Noden
Olympic bust Said Aouita of Morocco found redemption in New York's Millrose Games

February 13, 1989
NCAA PROPOSITIONSConcerning the passage by the NCAA of Proposition 42 (A New Proposition, Jan. 23), I agree with John Chaney that "even a deficient student should have the opportunity to get an...

February 13, 1989 | Jaime Diaz

February 13, 1989 | Hank Hersch
Hank Gathers helped Loyola Marymount win 181-150

February 13, 1989 | Edited by Craig Neff

February 13, 1989 | Edited by Craig Neff
•Charles Barkley, Philadelphia 76er forward, who voted for George Bush for President: "My family got all over me because they said Bush is only for the rich people. Then I reminded them, 'Hey, I'm...

February 13, 1989 | William F. Reed

February 13, 1989 | William F. Reed
RAY DUDLEYAir Force's 6-foot guard had 31 points in an 86-79 win over Hawaii and 35 in an 87-69 defeat of San Diego State. Dudley, with an average of 27.4 a game at week's end, was fourth...

February 13, 1989 | Bruce Anderson
Arizona State upset No. 1 Oklahoma State in a rousing preview of the NCAA meet

February 13, 1989 | Kevin Cook

February 13, 1989 | Sarah Boxer
It's a blustery afternoon on the beaverkill River in New York's Catskill Mountains. The worm and night crawler vending machine in front of Bob Darbee's Sport Shop is busted. Small black clouds...

February 13, 1989 | Robert F. Jones
If your taste in prose runs to the purple, then Peter Hathaway Capstick is your man. Not since the heyday of such magazines as True, Argosy and Saga has an adventure writer so closely approached...

February 13, 1989 | Compiled by Roger Jackson
PRO BASKETBALL—At week's end the Clippers stood two defeats from equaling the NBA record for consecutive losses in a season (20), established by the 1972-73 Sixers. L.A. fell four times, including...

February 13, 1989

February 13, 1989 | Ron Fimrite
For today's stars, it ain't over till they sell some soap