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April 5, 1982 Table Of Contents

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Yesterday

NO ONE YELLED "KILL THE UMP" WHEN AMANDA CLEMENT WAS A MAN IN BLUE

By Sharon L. Roan

Replay

FOR 47 SECONDS, THIS LITTLE LEAGUER WAS THE BEST BALLPLAYER ON EARTH

By Franz Lidz

NCAA Basketball

Nothing Could Be Finer

Than to be with Carolina after it had at last won the big one for Dean Smith, beating Georgetown 63-62

By Curry Kirkpatrick

The Rich Get Richer, High-Tech Style

By Barry McDermott

Classic Defense Did In The Defender

At the NCAA hockey championship, North Dakota beat 1981 titlist Wisconsin with "professional" D

By E.M. Swift

NCAA Swimming

There Was Really Something Bruin

When defending champion Texas went flat, UCLA hopped to it, taking the NCAA swimming title with a win in the last event

By Craig Neff

Tom Kite

Tale Of A High-Flyin' Kite

Will Tom Kite, top money winner in golf last year, finally take home a major? Would we string you along?

By Dan Jenkins

Stanley Floyd

In The Fast Lane Again

This season Stanley Floyd proved himself to be the No. 1 sprinter indoors. Now he wants to regain that same ranking outdoors

By Craig Neff

Tom McMillen

Aspiring To Higher Things

All-America, Rhodes scholar, NBA player, Tom McMillen is emulating Bill Bradley. Next, elective office

By Bil Gilbert

Baseball

Keeping close watch on Fernando

Minute by minute, what went down when the Dodgers' ace showed up

By Steve Wulf

Horse Racing

Shimmy shakes a Derby leg

South Dakota-raised speedball Shimatoree strides toward Louisville

By William Leggett

Wheaties

Famous Flakes Of America

For 50 years the Breakfast of Champions has been the champion of breakfasts, a sporting staple of all the country's kitchen cupboards

By Steve Wulf

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 22-29

Compiled by Rob Buchanan

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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