TRACK & FIELD
FOR THE RECORD
Manager Tommy Lasorda now has a revamped Los Angeles squad that is rich in talent. Or is it just rich?
BY TIM KURKJIAN
THE HOYA DILEMMA
Despite having two of the most imposing big men in college basketball, Georgetown is stumbling. How come?
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF
Fly So Free seems to have a first-class ticket to the Kentucky Derby after winning the Fountain of Youth
BY WILLIAM F. REED
A HAWK SOARS HIGHER
Forward Dominique Wilkins of Atlanta is having the best—and most well-rounded—year of his long career
BY RICK TELANDER
OUT OF THIS WORLD
For 17 days, U.S. and foreign prospects faced the brave new World League of American Football
BY PETER KING
THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE
No one controls action in a boxing ring like Richard Steele, a referee whose demeanor matches his name
BY MICHAEL LEAHY
A BITTER LEGACY
The tragic death of college basketball star Hank Gathers has begotten coast-to-coast suits and animosity
BY SHELLEY SMITH
COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY PETER READ MILLER
RONALD C. MODRA
Celebrity Bunter: That friend to the stars and renowned dieter, not to mention skipper of the revamped Dodgers, Tommy Lasorda, laid one down in Vero Beach, Fla., during a drill for catchers as spring training moved into its preliminary phase (page 18).