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D Magazine October 1985

A BUMPER CROP

Battling competition from the East and West, America strikes back in the car wars, and the result is A BUMPER CORP
By Daniel Charles Ross

A PARTNERSHIP

SMU and the community
By D Magazine

A Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe

Carry $4,500 in my underwear? Well, if you say so . . .
By Mark Donald

BACK TO FAIR PARK

An Art Deco treasure-and the city’s heart and heritage
By David Dillon

BEYOND THE HILLTOP

SMU alumni take center stage
By D Magazine

BUSINESS FLIGHT PLANS

The story behind the Southwest/Muse merger
By Scott Bennett

CONSUMER HARD BODY, HARD SELL

How to stay fit-without getting bit
By Angela Enright

DINING NEW ARRIVALS

The hottest new restaurants in the Metroplex
By D Magazine

EDITOR’S PAGE

What should a city magazine be?
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

HEARSAY

By Rob and Monica Allyn

In Fear of AIDS

As Dallas wakes up to the epidemic, the line between illness and political issue begins to blur.
By Tim Allis

INSIDER

By D Magazine

INSIGHTS

When you can’t go home again
By Chris Tucker

LETTERS

By D Magazine

MEDIA DATELINE: D/FW

When Delta 191 crashed, the media faced the biggest challenge since Nov. 22, 1963.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE

PERSONAL INVESTMENTS FINANCIAL FRONTIER

Planners are popping up on every corner
By Laurel Ornish

SPORTS SPORTS SHORTS

What’s Landry’s hat size? Where’s Ron Fellows’ heart? And who is Wilford White?
By Norm Hitzges

STREET TALK

By D Magazine

TALES OF THE CITY

Poverty is more than a state of mind
By John Bloom

THE PATHWAYS

Take the tour and begin an odyssey of education
By D Magazine

THE SAAB STORY

By Tina Rosenberg

WAR IN WACO

In a 10-part series, Channel 8 systematically ripped apart the Waco DA.
Investigation-or inquisition?
By Carlton Stowers

WINDFALLS

By Lucie Nelka

WINE AND SPIRITS THE ANGELS’ SHARE

Drinking in the mysteries of Cognac