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The Hoosiers

HOORAY FOR THE HOOSIERS

Holding the ball aloft, Ray Tolbert and his Indiana teammates walked off with the Big Ten crown by beating Ohio State

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Jim Craig

The Flame is Still Burning Brightly

Georgians suddenly turned on to the alien sport of hockey last week, giving a lavish welcome to Olympic Goalie Jim Craig, whose pro debut with the Atlanta Flames was a rousing success, on and off the ice

By Kathy Blumenstock

Martin

BERKELEY BILLY COMES HOME AGAIN

Born in the Bay Area 51 years ago, Billy Martin is back in the neighborhood as manager of Charlie Finley's downtrodden Oakland A's, an assignment that, given the personalities of the principals, may not last the season

By Ron Fimrite

Heavies

THE FUTURE IS SOON

With Muhammad Ali overweight as well as overage, the heavyweight division is the pits, but some young boxers could pull it out of the hole

By William Nack

Fillies

FULL OF HEART IN AN EMPTY HOUSE

The Minnesota Fillies and the rest of the players in the WBL go for broke on the floor, while their struggling franchises go all but broke at the box office

By Sarah Pileggi

College Basketball

But is the Sky the limit?

Although Weber State, 26-2, won its conference, the NCAA test lay ahead

By Anthony Cotton

THE WEEK (Feb. 25-March 2)

By Herm Weiskopf

Track & Field

High, wide and handsome

Earl Bell (vertical) and Larry Myricks (horizontal) measured up in the Garden

By Joe Marshall

Swimming

The shrink of the drink

The use of a psychologist is among the different strokes making Iowa a power

By Joe Jares

For The Record

A roundup of week Feb. 25-March 2

Compiled by Brooks Clark

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

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Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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