February 15, 1982 | Mike Delnagro
Michael Musyoki got in the spirit of the Gasparilla Festival's pirate motif by cutting down his mates with a record
February 15, 1982 | William Oscar Johnson
The amazing U.S. skiers carved up the world Alpine championships, winning five medals, including a gold by Steve—yes, Steve—Mahre
Playing in pain, with an ever-so-conventional white ball, Jim Simons shot a record score to overcome Craig Stadler's lead
February 15, 1982 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Praise the Lord and pass the ball to Terry Cummings, who is DePaul's Ralph Sampson
February 15, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
Dan Jenkins has been abroad in the land of late, plugging his latest book, Baja Oklahoma (Atheneum, $12.95). He dropped in at WLS-TV in Chicago for an interview with John Callaway, who said, "In...
With an outspoken Pole, Stan Terlecki, reborn Pittsburgh leads the MISL
That's Cassaleria, whose bold El Camino Real win may foreshadow roses
The Mountaineers are climbing toward their first NCAA berth since 1967
CARLOS CLARK: Mississippi's 6'4" junior forward
had 17 points and the winning shot at the buzzer to knock off Tennessee 55-53
in OT, and his 26 points helped the Rebels beat Alabama 79-69.
February 15, 1982 | Frank Deford
Here, in order, are Auerbach's top personnel maneuvers ranked according to the quality of the players involved and the degree of cleverness of the deal. For example, picking John Havlicek as the...
February 15, 1982 | Steve Raymond
Some nights Al Adams turns off the TV and watches salmon instead. Adams, a 52-year-old dentist, lives on the western shore of Mercer Island in Lake Washington, east of Seattle, and he just happens...
February 15, 1982
4—Tony Triolo14, 15—Steven Goldstein16—Jerry Wachter (top), Steven Goldstein17-19—Jerry Wachter20, 21—Lane Stewart (left), George Tiedemann22—Heinz Kluetmeier23—Jerry Cooke (bottom), Heinz...
PRO BASKETBALL—Detroit's Isiah Thomas may be only a rookie, but against Atlanta last week he did something no one in the NBA has ever done: He won a game with a four-point play. After the Hawks...
February 15, 1982
PETER NORBERGTUKTOYAKTUK, NORTHWEST TERRITORY
February 15, 1982 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:I tried to convince myself that this year's Super Bowl would be a bomb because my favorites. Dallas and San Diego, weren't involved, but then I finally broke down and watched the game. I was...
•Ken Anderson, Cincinnati Bengal quarterback, recalling the problems with interceptions that plagued him early in the 1981 season: "I'd go to the huddle in practice, and the offensive linemen...