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Sideline

PHONY FISH LACED WITH FLAVOROL MAY REPLACE ERSATZ WORMS AS BASS LURES

By Bob Brown

Booktalk

THIS BOOK PORTRAYS STENGEL AS A GENIUS AT MORE THAN OBFUSCATION

By Jeremiah Tax

Georgetown

Hang On To Your Hats...And Heads

With Patrick Ewing at his formidable best, Georgetown won the Big East tournament and sallied forth into the NCAAs

By Curry Kirkpatrick

The Whale Got Himself Whaled

Tim Witherspoon beat Greg Page, a heavyweight in more ways than one, for the vacant WBC championship

By Pat Putnam

World Cup Skiing

Hail And Farewell To Legends

U.S. women and men Alpine skiers won six World Cup races in nine days, but they lost a pair of aces

By William Oscar Johnson

Patty Sheehan

Nothing Pitty-Pat About Patty

Patty Sheehan, LPGA Player of the Year for '83 and contender for '84, is long off the tee and long on heart

By Barry McDermott

Henry Milligan

The Ivy's Irish Pug

Princeton grad Henry Milligan, the amateur heavyweight champ of the U.S., has Olympic hopes

By Franz Lidz

Wrestling

Putting the clamps on the crown

Jim Zalesky's 90th consecutive win led Iowa to another NCAA title

By Jaime Diaz

Track & Field

Truly a leap year double

Mike Conley won both the triple and the long jump at the NCAAs

By Craig Neff

Pro Football

A time for the Stoudt of heart

Pittsburgh's boo-birds welcomed back whipping boy Cliff Stoudt

By Franz Lidz

College Basketball

No more waiting for Lefty

A five-time runner-up, Maryland coach Lefty Driesell finally won the toughest tournament of all

By Alexander Wolff

THE WEEK (March 5-11)

By Roger Jackson

First Person

THE AUTHOR WAS HOOKED ON DOLPHINS AFTER THEY SWAM INTO HIS LIFE IN BAJA

By Michael Baughman

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 5-11

Compiled by Armen Keteyian

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Robert L. Miller

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

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