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Books

A MENU OF MANTLE'S HOME RUNS

By Robert W. Creamer

Death Penalty

SHAME ON YOU, SMU

Reacting to repeat offender SMU's latest transgressions, the NCAA has hit the recalcitrant Mustangs with a sentence that includes a one-year suspension of its football program

By Robert Sullivan

DARING TO TACKLE THE HOME TEAM

By William Taaffe

SOARING TO UNSEEN HEIGHTS

Heike Drechsler and Mike Conley set world records as mere warmup acts at Madison Square Garden

By Pat Putnam

Ripken & Sons

ONE RIP-ROARING FAMILY AFFAIR

The Baltimore firm of Cat Ripken & Sons last week began restoring a once-proud club that had fallen on hard times

By Hank Hersch

Notre Dame

ANOTHER CASE OF THE SOUTH BENDS

DePaul became the third Top 20 team to taste defeat on Notre Dame's home court

By Austin Murphy

Ray Bourque

Bulwark of the Bruins

Boston's Ray Bourque might resemble Linus at home, but on the ice he could be the best defenseman in the NHL

By Franz Lidz

Unsung Heroes

The NBA's Unsung Heroes

Which of the best players get the least ink? Herewith, SI's NBA All-Underrated team

By Jack McCallum

Katy Bilodeaux

Getting Her Point Across

Columbia senior Katy Bilodeaux is aiming to be the best woman fencer the U.S. has ever produced

By Demmie Stathoplos

College Basketball

BEST KREWE IN THE BAYOU

Way down yonder in New Orleans, the Bucs are rolling

By Hank Hersch

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Bobsledding

SLIP-SLIDIN' AWAY TO '88

At Calgary athletes and sleds displayed better form

By William Nack

Indoor Soccer

THE SHIRTLESS WONDER

Tatu scores with goals and discarded garments

By Jaime Diaz

Horse Racing

A STAKE IN THE FUTURE

A Flamingo win made Talinum a Derby contender

By Demmie Stathoplos

Calgary

COUNTDOWN TO THE COWTOWN HOEDOWN

Undeterred by a mostly snowless winter, Calgary is busily shining its boot for a western-style 1988 Winter Olympics, less than a year away

By E.M. Swift

First Person

A REAL GRIND DOWN UNDER

Here is America's Cup racing, as viewed from the pit

By Brad Lewis

Review

GAME FOR A GOOD MEAL?

At Krabloonik the moose is not 'au chocolat'

By Bruce Newman

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Feb. 23-March 1

Compiled by Bailey Breene Gendron

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

FACING THE SAD TRUTH

Courageous Dick Howser was just too ill to manage

By Ron Fimrite

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Sarah Ballard