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March 16, 1981 | Volume 54, Issue 12

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Rollie Fingers Cover - Sports Illustrated March 16, 1981

March 16, 1981 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
ON DEALING WITH FACES THAT EMERGE FROM THE CROWD

March 16, 1981 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Bob Stanley, Red Sox pitcher, whose children are named Kyle and Kristin: "We've got two K's. One more and we'll have the inning over on strikeouts.

March 16, 1981 | Bruce Newman
The Hoosiers won their sixth Big Ten championship in the last nine years by catching and passing Iowa's Hawkeyes in the final week of a hectic regular season

March 16, 1981 | William Oscar Johnson
In a breakthrough World Cup meet at Aspen, America's Phil Mahre slalomed past the vaunted Stenmark, a Canadian took a run at the downhill title and, wonder of wonders, a Russian actually won a race

March 16, 1981 | Ron Fimrite

March 16, 1981
The class of '81 is led by roly-poly Dodger rookie Fernando Valenzuela, a 20-year-old native of Mexico who didn't allow an earned run in 10 relief appearances for last fall. Steve Wulf reports and...

March 16, 1981 | Bruce Newman

March 16, 1981 | Pat Putnam

March 16, 1981 | Pat Putnam
In January of 1975 the WBC ordered Rafael Lovera of Paraguay to fight Luis Estaba of Venezuela for the vacated light flyweight title. At the time the president of the WBC was Ramon Valesquez, a...

March 16, 1981 | Pat Putnam
Discontent with the WBC and the WBA is worldwide and smoldering, but only one man has dared to fight back. Promoter Teddy Brenner has brought an antitrust suit against the WBC and its president....

March 16, 1981 | Pat Putnam
The WBA and its doubtful practices are scrutinized, notably the ordeal of junior middleweight Ayub Kalule, who was deprived of a title fight for two years.

March 16, 1981
In the summer of its 42nd year the National Boxing Association, a loosely knit collection of pompous amateurs, elected to balloon itself into the World Boxing Assocation. The year was 1962....

March 16, 1981 | Jack McCallum
Syracuse won the Big East crown, but three losers were the real winners

March 16, 1981 | Herm Weiskopf

March 16, 1981 | Herm Weiskopf
ELSTON TURNER: Mississippi's 6'5" senior forward sank 26 of 48 field-goal tries, scored 61 points, grabbed 24 rebounds, had eight assists and played his usual exemplary defense as the Rebels won...

March 16, 1981 | Anita Verschoth
As far as most of the 300 inhabitants of Cable, Wis. are concerned, Tony Wise's last name should be changed to Foolish. Wise, 59, is a certified son of the North Country; the problem is he sure...

March 16, 1981 | Anthony Cotton
Warrior fans turned up their noses, but Robert Parish is now savored in Boston

March 16, 1981 | Bob Ottum

March 16, 1981 | Jack McCallum

March 16, 1981 | Steve Raymond
IN DEBRIS-LADEN RIVERS, THAT BEADY EYE FIXING YOURS MAY NOT BE A FISH'S

March 16, 1981
16, 17—Rich Clarkson18, 19—Manny Millan22, 23—Richard Mackson24—Walter Iooss Jr. (left), Heinz Kluetmeier25—Walter Iooss Jr. (left), Peter Read Miller26—Walter Iooss Jr. (3)29—Paul Kennedy54—John...

March 16, 1981 | Compiled by N. BROOKS CLARK
PRO BASKETBALL—The week's biggest winner was Milwaukee, which clinched the Central Division championship with victories over Washington (137-107), Detroit (115-98), Atlanta (107-91) and New York...

March 16, 1981
DEBBIE CLEMBALTIMOREClem, 24, the girls volleyball coach at Catonsville High, guided the Comets to their second consecutive undefeated season (17-0) and a 15-1, 15-3 victory over Chesapeake High...

March 16, 1981 | Edited by Gay Flood
AMERICAN RENEWAL (CONT.)Sir:I have just finished reading John Underwood's article A Game Plan for America (Feb. 23), along with the editorial comment by Henry Grunwald, and it is the best material...