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March 10, 1980 | Volume 52, Issue 10

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Jim Craig Cover - Sports Illustrated March 10, 1980

March 10, 1980 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Holding the ball aloft, Ray Tolbert and his Indiana teammates walked off with the Big Ten crown by beating Ohio State

March 10, 1980 | Kathy Blumenstock

March 10, 1980 | Kathy Blumenstock
Turning Olympic gold into NHL greenbacks was the order of the week, not only for Jim Craig, but also for six other members of the U.S. Olympic hockey team. Center Mark Johnson signed a three-year,...

March 10, 1980 | Ron Fimrite

March 10, 1980 | William Nack

March 10, 1980
Hoop heaven, the NCAA tournament, opens its portals to 48 teams in a frantic week of action that will reduce that record number to 16. Curry Kirkpatrick assesses the survivors and predicts which...

March 10, 1980 | Sarah Pileggi

March 10, 1980 | Anthony Cotton
Although Weber State, 26-2, won its conference, the NCAA test lay ahead

March 10, 1980 | Herm Weiskopf

March 10, 1980 | Herm Weiskopf
DeWAYNE SCALES: Louisiana State's 6'9" junior forward carried the Tigers to three victories and the SEC playoff championship with an MVP performance that included a total of 68 points, 26 rebounds...

March 10, 1980 | Joe Marshall
Earl Bell (vertical) and Larry Myricks (horizontal) measured up in the Garden

March 10, 1980 | Joe Jares

March 10, 1980 | Rick Telander

March 10, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
ON CHANGING THE ENDING

March 10, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Billy Paultz, on the adjustment he had to make after being traded from the San Antonio Spurs to his new team, the Houston Rockets: "The warmup pants here have snaps. That's more complicated than...

March 10, 1980
10, 11—Andy Hayt12—Rich Clarkson13—Andy Hayt17—Tony Triolo18, 19—Carl Iwasaki20—Fred Kaplan (top), Carl Iwasaki27—Manny Millan28, 29—R. J. Capak (top), Manny Millan43—Rod Hanna50—Harrison...

March 10, 1980 | Compiled by BROOKS CLARK
BASKETBALL—Kansas City is two games ahead of Milwaukee in the Midwest, but one wouldn't have known it from the result of their encounter early in the week. The Bucks won 94-72, holding the Kings...

March 10, 1980
JOHN HARJUTWO HARBORS, MINN.Harju, a 23-year-old carpenter, won the first Wilderness Trek cross-country ski race at Ely, Minn. over a field of 73. He skied the 46-kilometer course in 2:49:42,...

March 10, 1980
THE GAMESSir:And on the Eighth Day, God created the U.S. Olympic hockey team.CARL NIXONBarberton, Ohio