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March 15, 1982 Table Of Contents

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Perspective

ISLANDS FOR LOONS MAY SEEM CRAZY, BUT THEY'RE SANE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE

By Allan Pospisil

Reggie Jackson

For Both Love And Money

Reggie Jackson is floating on Cloud 9 now that he has joined a glorious host of California Angels

By Ron Fimrite

SEC Tournament

Solution To A Thorny Problem

Alabama came out of Kentucky's "brier-patch" with the SEC crown

By Curry Kirkpatrick

George Allen

For Allen, This Is Alien Territory

The debt-ridden Montreal Alouettes have lured George Allen up north to do a job foreign to his free-spending nature

By Paul Zimmerman

TARGET GOLF IS THE AIM

Woe to pros who don't hit the spot at the Tournament Players Club, where Pete Dye has created a course that's sure to be a crowd pleaser

By Barry McDermott

Special Report

Anatomy Of A Man-made Drought

Somebody did something about the weather in Florida; now a looming disaster demands that it be undone

By Robert H. Boyle

College Basketball

Standing tall among the small

The nation's only perfect regular season mark belongs to tiny Biola

By Roger Jackson

THE WEEK (March 1-7)

By Herm Weiskopf

Pro Basketball

The 'wrong' rookie, right?

Maybe, but when Mark Aguirre got hurt, Jay Vincent became a power

By Anthony Cotton

Horse Racing

He's a cut above the rest

After years of claimers, two Boston butchers win big with Timely Writer

By William Leggett

Caves

BATTY ABOUT CAVES

Cavers are folks who get higher by heading down, none more so than Tom Aley, who has a heaven under earth in his Tumbling Creek Cave deep in the Ozarks

By Bil Gilbert

First Person

A WINTER-LEAGUER'S ENNUI IS BROKEN BY AN OBSESSION: FERNANDO TONIGHT

By Bobby Mitchell

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 1-7

Compiled by N. Brooks Clark

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

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