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Sideline

ALL RIGHT, TRIVIA NUTS. WHAT GOALIE WENT UP IN FLAMES AT A HOCKEY GAME?

By Jim Kaplan

Sport Medicine

KNEE BRACES ARE THE BEST FRIENDS THAT A BAD—OR GOOD—KNEE EVER HAD

By Larry McLaren

Booktalk

THE AUTHOR WOULD LIKE TO CATCH ON TO JUST ONE OF TOM SEAVER'S PITCHES

By John Curtis

NCAAs

Who'll Be Destiny's Darling?

Sentiment would answer coach Ray Meyer of DePaul, but the reality might well be otherwise in the NCAAs

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Hockey

Pat These Pats On The Back

Olympic stars Pat LaFontaine and Pat Flatley are lighting up the NHL

By E.M. Swift

Big Bucks In A Phone Booth

By J.E. Vader

Rick Carey

Putting His Back Into His Work

Intense, driven Rick Carey, a world record backstroker, goes all out for perfection in everything he does

By Craig Neff

The Simmonses

'My Teams Are Collages'

Sculptor Roy Simmons Jr. followed his dad as Syracuse lacrosse coach and last year won the national title

By Franz Lidz

Boxing

Rosario turned on the juice

The electrifying Edwin Rosario made short work of Roberto Elizondo

By Jack McCallum

Castañeda

GREAT FEATS ON FOOT

From humble beginnings walking for 18 straight hours on a high school track, Jesse Castañeda, here before Red Rock Cliff in New Mexico, has set world records and gained renown as a formidable perambulator

By Joan Ackermann-Blount

First Person

GOING FOR THE GOLD WAS FAR EASIER IN THE BEDROOM THAN ON THE TRAIL

By Dan Levin

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 12-18

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 Franz Lidz

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