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March 16, 1981 Table Of Contents

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Footloose

INDOOR SKI RACING? IT TOOK A REAL WISE GUY TO PULL OFF SUCH A SNOW JOB

By Anita Verschoth

The Big Ten

AND THEN UP JUMPED INDIANA

The Hoosiers won their sixth Big Ten championship in the last nine years by catching and passing Iowa's Hawkeyes in the final week of a hectic regular season

By Bruce Newman

NEW ACTS FOR THE WHITE CIRCUS

In a breakthrough World Cup meet at Aspen, America's Phil Mahre slalomed past the vaunted Stenmark, a Canadian took a run at the downhill title and, wonder of wonders, a Russian actually won a race

By William Oscar Johnson

Milwaukee

The Trade That Made Milwaukee Famous

Although many teams have acquired outstanding players since the end of last season, probably none has strengthened itself as much as the Brewers

By Ron Fimrite

TV/Radio

ABC FIGURED IT WAS ON THICK ICE

By Robert Sullivan

UCLA Song Girls

EIGHT BEAUTIES AND A BEAT

UCLA's dancing, prancing song girls are college basketball's best halftime show

By Bruce Newman

Special Report: Boxing

TIME TO CLEAN UP BOXING AGAIN

Two nickel-and-dime outfits, the WBC and the WBA, now run the fights—to their own aggrandizement and to the detriment of the sport. First of two parts

By Pat Putnam

HOW THE WBC AND WBA ROSE TO POWER

College Basketball

THE WEEK (March 2-8)

By Herm Weiskopf

Pro Basketball

Sweet smell of success

Warrior fans turned up their noses, but Robert Parish is now savored in Boston

By Anthony Cotton

Figure Skating

A munchkin and a mind-set

As Scott Hamilton (above) whirled to the men's world title, a Swiss and her "Psychopädagogin" took to the clouds

By Bob Ottum

On The Scene

IN DEBRIS-LADEN RIVERS, THAT BEADY EYE FIXING YOURS MAY NOT BE A FISH'S

By Steve Raymond

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 2-8

Compiled by N. Brooks Clark

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

CREDITS

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