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March 8, 1982 Table Of Contents

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Stats

THE NEW BASEBALL ENCYCLOPEDIA HAS SOME IMPORTANT TOME IMPROVEMENTS

By Steve Wulf

Iowa-Minnesota

IT WASN'T A FOND FAREWELL

In their last game ever at 56-year-old Iowa Field House, the Hawkeyes lost to archrival Minnesota in triple OT

By Curry Kirkpatrick

A Meeting Of The Brilliant And The Bizarre

Record performances at the TAC championships were matched by record mix-ups

By Craig Neff

The Spurs

Best Team You've Never Seen

The eyes of San Antonio may be upon the high-ridin' Spurs, but few others' are

By Bruce Newman

Barbara Potter

Young And Old, Wise And Goofy

Barbara Potter, tennis' newest star, is half grown-up, half schoolgirl and, on the court, all hate-to-lose singlemindedness

By Sarah Pileggi

BASEBALL PUTS ITS BEST FEET FORWARD

TV/Radio

Rookie of the year? It's CBS

The network that grabbed the NCAA tournament is scoring in other ways

By Alexander Wolff

Tates Locke

The Descent of A Man

Tates Locke was willing to do just about anything to make Clemson a winner, and it almost destroyed him

By Rick Telander

Boxing

Punching and praying

Thomas Hearns stalks a rematch with Sugar Ray Leonard

By Jack McCallum

College Basketball

Danny is just one of the boys

Seton Hall's Danny Callandrillo is a high scorer who's low key

By Barry McDermott

THE WEEK (Feb. 22-28)

By Herm Weiskopf

Horse Racing

A blow by an unknown Pro

Three top Derby colts got crushed by Distinctive Pro at troubled Hialeah

By William Leggett

Banzai Pipeline

Thunder from the Sea

Every winter huge swells roll across the Pacific to Oahu to create the Banzai Pipeline—magnificent tunnels of roaring water that are surfing's greatest challenge

By Sam Moses

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 22-28

Compiled by Bruce Anderson

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Philip G. Howlett

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

CREDITS

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