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April 13, 1992 Table Of Contents

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Books

Hail to Thee, Blithe Stinkpot

In every marina there are a few ugly ducklings that are swans to their owners

By John Garrity

The Final Four

Hurley Burly

Bobby Hurley roused his Duke teammates and propelled the Blue Devils to a 71-51 victory over Michigan in the NCAA championship game

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Face Value

By Alexander Wolff

Inside

The Final Four

By Phil Taylor

Molly Rules In L.A.

By heeding savvy precepts, Molly Goodenbour led Stanford to the NCAA title

By Shelley Smith

Season on Ice

A late-season players' strike, the first in the National Hockey League's 75-year history, put the playoffs in jeopardy

By Steve Wulf

The NBA

By Jack McCallum

Oriole Park

A Splendid Nest

Baltimore's charming new downtown ballpark has Oriole fans chirping and baseball purists crowing with delight

By Tim Kurkjian

The Tradition

Down Memory Lane

At the Tradition, where Lee Trevino beat Jack Nicklaus by one stroke, the recollections were fond—and sometimes faulty

By John Garrity

The Cowboy

WHITEY, BUCK AND THE SINGING COWBOY

Gene Autry, whose Angels have not won a pennant in their 31-year history, has corralled a pair of old sidekicks to help him in his quest

By Ron Fimrite

Raymond Floyd

Up from the Ashes

A fire destroyed Raymond Floyd's house, but it rekindled his desire to win

By Bruce Newman

Horse Racing

Revved Up for the Roses

A.P. Indy accelerated toward the Kentucky Derby with a stretch-running win at Santa Anita

By William F. Reed

Hurricane Carter

True to His Words

HURRICANE CARTER, A TOP MIDDLEWEIGHT WHO SPENT 18 YEARS IN PRISON FOR MURDER, WAS EXONERATED WITH THE HELP OF A BOY FROM BROOKLYN AND SOME RESOURCEFUL CANADIANS INSPIRED BY HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY

By William Nack

For The Record

Palance was a pushy pug...Sergeant Tomba, carabiniere...Boom Boom, out go the lights

Edited by Jon Scher

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

The Silence Was Golden

For a precious few days, the New York Mets refused to talk to the press. Bartlett's will survive

By Ron Fimrite

Departments

FROM THE MANAGING EDITOR

By John Papanek

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Richard Demak