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March 27, 1989 Table Of Contents

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NCAA Basketball

THE CREAM RISES

Some little schools had huge moments in the NCAA first round, but the sweet 16 offers only the biggies

By Alexander Wolff

GREAT ESCAPE

Georgetown narrowly avoided a shocking loss to Princeton

By Alexander Wolff

KITE FINALLY TAKES FLIGHT

PGA Tour veteran Tom Kite's TPC victory made it two wins in a row for the 'other' guy from Austin, Texas

By E.M. Swift

Steffi Graf

UNSTOPPABLE STEFFI

Awesome in '88, Steffi Graf is even better now as she pursues a second straight Slam

By Bruce Newman

MITE MAKES RIGHT

Tiny Midori Ito of Japan leaped to the top at the world figure skating finals

By Douglas S. Looney

Spring Training

The Selling Of Spring

High-tech complexes, SRO crowds and bold commercialism are fast intruding on spring training's dreamy charm

By Ron Fimrite

METS MAGIC (OR ANATOMY OF A DE5AL)

By John Steinbreder

Inside Baseball

INSIDE BASEBALL

By Peter Gammons

NCAA Championships

AT LAST A TITLE FOR THE COWBOYS

Oklahoma State ended 18 years of drought, and the proud Hawkeyes placed sixth

By Bruce Anderson

ONCE MORE, WITH FEELING

New Stanford coach Richard Quick won his sixth title

By J.E. Vader

TERRIFIC WHITEWATER JOURNEY

The University of Wisconsin at Whitewater rose up and sank No. 1 Trenton State

By Pat Putnam

Hell's Angels

HELL'S ANGELS

MULLEN BROTHERS BRIAN (LEFT) AND JOEY PREPARED FOR THE NHL ON THE MEAN STREETS OF MANTTAN

By Stephen Kiesling

First Person

MY FATHER, THE BIKER

A new motorcycle draws a surprising reaction

By Jay Jennings

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week March 13-19

Compiled by Sally Guard

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

HERE TODAY, GONE TODAY

A coach may swear he's staying, but who can believe him?

By Rick Reilly

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Austin Murphy