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March 14, 1983 Table Of Contents

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Viewpoint

A MOTHER WHOSE SON SHINES ONLY IN SPORTS LAMENTS HIS CLOUDED FUTURE

By Val Wilson

Footloose

GOLFERS IN ZAMBIA SOMETIMES SAVE THEIR BEST STROKES FOR THE CROCS

By Franz Lidz

Herschel's Debut

Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks

Among the things Herschel Walker learned in his losing USFL debut was how to sit on the bench

By Paul Zimmerman

Davis Cup

Don't Cry For Them, Argentina

Guillermo Vilas and Jose-Luis Clerc do not shed a tear for each other, but they sent the U.S. Davis Cuppers home weeping

By Frank Deford

The Wheeze Kids

In Philadelphia, They're the Wheeze Kids

Former Reds teammates Pete Rose (left), Joe Morgan and Tony Perez are together in Philly, where they'll play at aptly named Veterans Stadium

By Steve Wulf

Dodgertown

Dodgertown

Since 1948, Dodgers of every stripe have convened at this crossroads in the Florida sunshine, minor- and major-leaguers studying together at Branch Rickey's "college of baseball"

By William Nack

College Basketball

The Blazers finally got hot

Its regular season in ashes, UAB caught fire in the Sun Belt tournament

By Alexander Wolff

THE WEEK (Feb. 28-March 6)

By Roger Jackson

Horse Racing

A long trip for a long shot

Croeso, at 85-1, galloped out of the West to win the Florida Derby

By William Leggett

Sarajevo

THEY WERE REAL TROOPERS

At the pre-Olympics, as visitors griped and the Yugoslav army diligently groomed the slopes, Sarajevans showed they can probably pull off the '84 Winter Games—in a style all their own

By Bob Ottum

NOW BRING ON THE TORCH

By Bob Ottum

For The Record

A roundup of the week Feb. 28-March 6

Compiled by Franz Lidz

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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