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TAKING STILLS OF SKIERS IN MOTION ISN'T AS DIFFICULT AS IT SOMETIMES APPEARS

By Mark Donovan

Booktalk

UPDIKE FINDS NEW AND INGENIOUS USES FOR AN OLD METAPHOR: LIFE AS A GAME

By Jonathan Yardley

Yesterday

TRUSSED LIKE A TURKEY, THE PROFESSOR SWAM FOR PALTRY PRIZE AND FLEET FAME

By George Gipe

Run Down

RUN DOWN BY A FORD

North Carolina was overlooked before the ACC tournament began, but won when its foes ran afoul of a frosh named Phil

By Barry McDermott

ANOTHER AUSSIE BLOWOUT

The beer flowed again last week; this time it was poured from the World Cup in Hartford

By Joe Jares

LIFTING OFF TO THE PLAYOFFS

Odd heroes abound on the Houston Rockets—would you believe an NBA starter looked down on by his sister?—but having learned the virtues of rugged dependence, they are blasting to new heights

By Pat Putnam

Canucks

AN AX CAN'T DO IT ALONE, YOU NEED A HAMMER

Vancouver was hanging in there with Gary (The Ax) Smith in goal, then 6'5", 225-pound Bob Dailey began throwing his weight around

By Mark Mulvoy

Putting

THE DEADLY STROKE

By Dan Jenkins

Big Punch

LITTLE MAN WITH A BIG PUNCH

Learning his trade as he fought, young Roberto Duran of Panama figured that a boy's best teacher was a hit in the head. Such lessons absorbed, he is still a brawler, but also the lightweight champion

By Tex Maule

College Basketball

Atop the pack in the MAC

Despite 32 points by a Bowling Green guard so eccentric that strange occurrences are named after him, Central Michigan captured the title

By Dan Levin

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Baseball

Opening of the Catfish season

Surfacing in Florida, a new Yank hooks into a fine-feathered feud

By Roy Blount Jr.

Motor Sports

Brother, can you spare a car?

Those weren't 1930s applecarts in the Ontario 500, but hard times are closing in on the speedways

By Robert F. Jones

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 3-9

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Sarah Pileggi

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD