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Sideline

AN AMERICAN FINDS OUT THAT RUNNING WITH PYGMIES IS NO SMALL CHALLENGE

By Tim Schell

Viewpoint

TO THIS CHESS LOVER, PLAYING THE KNIGHT ISN'T JUST HORSING AROUND

By Jim Kaplan

Booktalk

A VOLUME ABOUT THE BRONX BOMBERS THAT EVEN YANKEE HATERS WILL LOVE

By Jeremiah Tax

NCCA Finals

State Had the Stuff

North Carolina State completed its astonishing run to the NCAA title by knocking off Houston 54-52

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Welcome To Miller Time

Cheryl Miller led USC to the NCAA women's title over Louisiana Tech

By Craig Neff

John Elway

Would He Rather Be A Unitas Or A Mantle?

Whether John Elway will choose football or baseball is a toss-up, but either way he's ticketed for stardom

By Ralph Wiley

Winning Was Her Just Dessert

Amy Alcott's Dinah Shore victory was her third in a major and her first step toward owning a sweet shop

By Barry McDermott

Lou Saban

If The Hat Fits, Wear It

Much Traveled Lou Saban, the football coach who can't say no, is now in his 18th job, at obscure Central Florida. Will this one cap his career?

By Douglas S. Looney

A Special Boxing Report

Too Many Punches, Too Little Concern

With boxing's ills under fresh public scrutiny, new research on brain damage in experienced fighters suggests a road to medical reform

By Robert H. Boyle

How Punchy Was Slapsie Maxie?

By Jeff Wheelwright

A Conversation With The Greatest

By Jeff Wheelwright

An Encounter To Last An Eternity

Boxers Benjamin Davis, 22, and Louis Wade, 16, knew each other for only two minutes, 57 seconds, but for both of them, that was far too long

By Frank Deford

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 28-April 3

Compiled by Franz Lidz

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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