Never, but never has an Ivy League team won basketball's NCAA title, but this week hopped-up Princeton goes west, still the underdog, adding interest to the finals.
The wilder shores of sport rim the eastern edge of the Mediterranean. Beirut, no longer the secret sanctuary of oil-rich princes, offers exotic fare for travelers.
At 150 MPH, the rock-hard ball caroms around the court, a dangerous, erratic missile. The game is jai alai, and it is now played in six Florida cities by the Basques, who dominate it