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Davis Cup
THEY FLUNKED FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Home-grown and rated No. 1, Indiana took a 2-0 lesson from San Francisco's outlanders in the NCAA soccer final. The odd thing was the way the Dons won the title: by taking over the Hoosiers' game and beating them at it.
Terry Bradshaw
LI'L ABNER FINALLY MAKES IT BIG
When Pittsburgh won two Super Bowls, Terry Bradshaw was praised primarily for his strong arm, but this season there's no denying his arrival as a play caller and the leader of the Steelers. Now they could win it all again
Mike Rossman
Jimmy Carter
Slick Leonard
SLICK GETS IN HIS LICKS
Bob Leonard, the combative coach of the embattled Pacers and a legendary player of hoops and cards, nowadays needs every trick in the deck to keep pace
College Basketball
Fishing
The Arkansas travails
It's not easy fishing, but if the weather is at all bearable and the generators at Bull Shoals are shut down, the White River yields giant trout the year round
Bowling
Their prix was 10 grand
Earl Anthony and Mark Roth practically gave Nelson Burton Jr. the $10,000 winner's check in the Grand Prix, but Cheryl Robinson needed no such largesse
Skiing
Twice as good a chance
The U.S. men's team is still looking for its first Olympic champion, but with Phil Mahre and his twin Steve gaining speed, the break could come at Lake Placid
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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