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Shopwalk

THE HEAVYROPE IS FOR JUMPY PEOPLE WHO DO NOT TAKE EXERCISE LIGHTLY

By Steve Fiffer

Sideline

FOR THIS ANGLER, THE AROMAS OF A TACKLE SHOP ARE RICHLY EVOCATIVE

By Steve Raymond

Preview

NOTHING IS EVER CERTAIN ABOUT THE DERBY EXCEPT THAT IT'S IN KENTUCKY

By William Leggett

Perspective

IN THE WORLD OF CHESS, MAN THINKS OF HIMSELF AS KING, WOMAN AS PAWN

By Jim Kaplan

Update

EX-PRO BASKETBALL STAR DAVE BING NOW SCORES HIS POINTS IN BUSINESS

By Morin Bishop

Booktalk

BY SOLVING HIS TEAMMATE'S MURDER, A CENTERFIELDER BECOMES THE MVP

By Jeremiah Tax

Villanova

Shooting The Lights Out

Villanova played an almost perfect game to dethrone supposedly invincible Georgetown for the NCAA title

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Tulane

Big Trouble At Tulane

Allegations about another point shaving scandal have rocked the oft-scarred world of basketball

By Douglas S. Looney

TPC Golf

Call It A Major Win, For Peete's Sake

Calvin Peete shot a spectacular final-round 66 to blow away the field in the Tournament Players Championship

By Barry McDermott

Title Fight

BETTER THAN A BARROOM BRAWL

Middleweight champion Marvelous Marvin Hagler (right) and challenger Thomas Hearns both insist that their April 15 title fight will not go beyond the third round. Don't bet on that

By Pat Putnam

Gene Sarazen

The Golden Double Eagle

Gene Sarazen has had an illustrious career, but he's still best known for one rare shot struck 50 years ago

By Sarah Ballard

Horse Racing

A Flamingo for the birds

Chief's Crown won at Hialeah and then lost after a controversial inquiry

By William Nack

Pro Basketball

Moving up in the world

After six sorry seasons, the Cavs could be headed for the playoffs

By Jaime Diaz

Swimming

A cut above the rest

Aided by his new do, Matt Biondi broke four records at the NCAAs

By Demmie Stathoplos

College Hockey

Textbook engineering

Everybody worked overtime at the NCAAs, but RPI meshed the best

By Jack Falla

College Basketball

Hauling out the 'junk'

Old Dominion won the national title with scrappy, innovative defenses

By Jack McCallum

Grand Canyon

GRANDEUR AND TORMENT

Traversing the Grand Canyon in midwinter is no picnic, the author found, especially with a go-go governor as guide

By Kenny Moore

On The Scene

THE BROTHERS JOHNSTONE LAUNCHED A SUCCESS STORY WITH THEIR J BOATS.

By Sarah Ballard

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 25-31

Compiled by Duncan Brantley

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Franz Lidz