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April 7, 1986 Table Of Contents

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Sideline

A BOOKSHOP OF MOUNTAINEERING LORE ON, APPROPRIATELY, THE FIFTH FLOOR

By T. Nicholas Dawidoff

Booktalk

IF YOU'RE AT SEA IN THE SEARCH FOR A GOOD BOOK, HERE'S A GRIPPING TALE

By Robert F. Jones

First Person

JOINED BY A TEAM OF STAR CLIMBERS, A NOVICE WEATHERED MOUNT RAINIER

By Tom Brokaw

Footloose

HERE'S A MEMORY LANE FOR BOWLING FANATICS WHO HAVE SOME SPARE TIME

By Jim Kaplan

Shopwalk

WHEN IT COMES TO THE INDY 500, TWO NEWSPAPERS ARE ON THE RIGHT TRACK

By Bob Brown

NCAA Championship

An Ace In The Hole

Center Pervis Ellison lifted Louisville to the NCAA championship

By Alexander Wolff

AN UP ENDING FOR MR. UP AND DOWN

By Curry Kirkpatrick

TPC Golf

Nipped At The Wire In The TPC

John Mahaffey gained four shots in eight holes to beat Larry Mize

By Rick Reilly

The Bird

The Bird Fell to Earth

For one fairy-tale year, Mark Fidrych was king of baseball, but the reign ended far too soon

By Gary Smith

Bill Laimbeer

A Crashing Success

Master of the theatrical fall, Detroit's Bill Laimbeer is one of the NBA's most disliked players—and its top rebounder

By Jack McCallum

Horse Racing

A Rebel without a pause

A.J. Foyt's Rare Brick survived a speed duel to win the Rebel Stakes

By Demmie Stathoplos

Bowling

New Latin twist on the pro tour

Venezuela's Amleto Monacelli is a striking figure on the PBA lanes

By Jaime Diaz

College Hockey

Fast finish for the Spartans

Surprising Michigan State beat Harvard to win the NCAA championship

By Bob Kravitz

Women's Basketball

The 'Horns hooked 'em

Texas wound up a perfect season, beating USC for the NCAA crown

By Austin Murphy

The Masters

Viewing THE MASTERS With A New Eye

Of God, Golf And Green Jackets

Even in a bad year for the azaleas, the Masters is a beautiful, though enigmatic, event. At least that's what the author discovered on his first trip to Augusta to observe this annual rite of spring

By Frank Deford

Reminiscence

A FATHER SAVORS HIS LITTLE GIRL'S GROWING ENTHUSIASM FOR BASEBALL

By John Gerlach

For The Record

A roundup of the week March 24-30

Compiled by Bailey Breene Gendron

FACES IN THE CROWD

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert Sullivan