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March 28, 1983 | Volume 58, Issue 13

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Dwight Braxton Cover - Sports Illustrated March 28, 1983

March 28, 1983 | William Nack

March 28, 1983 | Curry Kirkpatrick

March 28, 1983 | Kenny Moore
The U.S. women finished first in the World Cross-Country meet; the men took second

March 28, 1983 | William Nack

March 28, 1983 | Jack Falla

March 28, 1983 | Philip G. Howlett
Freelance writer Jack Falla, whose story on top NHL prospect Pat LaFontaine begins on page 38, has three rather disparate heroes. "The individuals I'm most intrigued by are Jacques Plante, the...

March 28, 1983 | Craig Neff

March 28, 1983 | Ralph Wiley
The USFL Breakers are winners at tiny Nickerson Field, losers at the bank

March 28, 1983 | Anthony Cotton
After injuries forced a change in style, New York began thinking playoffs

March 28, 1983 | Jeremiah Tax
For many months in 1976 and '77 the country's sports pages and television screens and conversations in medical, psychiatric and purely social circles were awash with the names Dr. Richard Raskind...

March 28, 1983 | Gary Smith
<i>Dick Vermeil burned himself out as coach of the Eagles. Now he's learning to enjoy living and his family, to smell the flowers.</i>

March 28, 1983
4—Steve Hansen9—Illustration by Sam Q. Weissman14, 15—Tony Triolo16, 17—Tony Triolo (left), John Iacono (right), George Tiedemann18—Jacqueline Duvoisin/ABC Sports (bottom), Tony Triolo (2)19—John...

March 28, 1983 | Compiled by FRANZ LIDZ
COLLEGE BASKETBALL—In the NAIA men's championship in Kansas City, COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON (S.C.) beat West Virginia Wesley-an 57-53.

March 28, 1983
TIFFANY CHINTOLUCA LAKE, CALIF.Tiffany, 15, the youngest member of the U.S. figure skating team, finished in ninth place among women at the world championships in Helsinki after placing third at...

March 28, 1983
COVERING PETE ROSESir:I enjoyed your superb March 14 cover showing the reunion of three terrific ballplayers—Pete Rose, Joe Morgan and Tony Perez—and the accompanying article In Philadelphia,...

March 28, 1983 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

March 28, 1983 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Joe Klein, Texas general manager, after country singer and former Negro Leagues ballplayer Charley Pride, a switch hitter, struck out twice for the Rangers in an exhibition game against the...