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March 5, 1979 Table Of Contents

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The Tigers

THE TIGERS ARE ROARIN'

Basketball has usually been bad ball at LSU ever since Bob Pettit left. Now, with Mr. Inside and Mr. Outside, bayou fans have had a ball watching the Tigers claw to the top of the SEC

By Larry Keith

CANDY WAS DANDY AND LIQUORI WAS QUICKER

...at least swift enough to win his third title at the AAU indoor track and field championships. But it was 16-year-old Candy Young who lit up Madison Square Garden with her dazzling world record in the hurdles

By Joe Marshall

A RUN FOR THE MONEY

The U.S. has a slick new $4.5 million Olympic luge run, the hemisphere's first. But, as usual, East Germany won the meet

By William Oscar Johnson

Lieberman

THE KID'S ALL HEART

Lehigh's Mark Lieberman is not the most talented of college wrestlers, but he's the guttiest—and the best

By Douglas S. Looney

Back To School

BACK TO SCHOOL

EASY AS THREE TO ONE

By Jim Kaplan

College Basketball

Carter's little thrills

Mad Dog used to be one of the most charged-up players in the NBA, but now Fred Carter gets his kicks as the successful coach of his alma mater's women's team

By Nancy Williamson

THE WEEK (Feb. 19-25)

By Herman Weiskopf

TV/Radio

TWO MOUTHS ARE BETTER THAN ANYONE

By Larry Keith

Boxing

This was the fight that wasn't

Some stubborn bureaucrats who could not agree embarrassed their sport and KO'd the Galindez-Rossman title bout

By Pat Putnam

Leifsen

A HOUSE DIVIDED

The author, heretofore your basic laid-back mom, found herself turned into an uptight stage mother when college basketball coaches came around to pursue her son, the center

By Marian Leifsen

Yesterday

NO PLAYOFF GAME WAS EVER AS FOULED UP AS SYRACUSE VS. BOSTON IN 1953

By Marc Onigman

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 19-25

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Kelso F. Sutton

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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