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March 19, 1984 | Volume 60, Issue 12

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Patrick Ewing Cover - Sports Illustrated March 19, 1984

March 19, 1984 | Robert L. Miller
So much has been written about baseball that it's rare for an author to uncover a fresh theme. But Kevin Kerrane has done just that with Dollar Sign on the Muscle: The World of Professional...

March 19, 1984
1—Jim Graham2, 3—George Tiedemann15—Illustration by Ed Renfro18—DANA Photography20, 21—Tony Tomsic22, 23—Manny Millan24, 25—Tony Tomsic (2), Manny Millan (bottom right)26, 27—Richard...

March 19, 1984 | Compiled by ARMEN KETEYIAN
PRO BASKETBALL—It was the matchup many frustrated Bulls' fans had been waiting for. Popular guard Reggie Theus, who had been traded by Chicago to K.C. on Feb. 15, was facing off against his former...

March 19, 1984
DUANE MEYERREADING, OHIODuane, a junior wrestler at Reading High, had a 27-2 record and was un-scored upon in the 185-pound class in the regular season for the Blue Devils. He pinned 18 opponents...

March 19, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
SUPER ROWSir:As one who lives close by Jim (Super Row) Rowinski's hometown of Syosset, N.Y., I remember going to see the twiggy shooting forward when he played for Syosset High, the school I now...

March 19, 1984 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

March 19, 1984 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Jerry Tarkanian, UNLV basketball coach, discussing the Rebels' nine seniors: "We probably won't feel the loss of them until they're gone."

March 19, 1984 | Curry Kirkpatrick
With Patrick Ewing at his formidable best, Georgetown won the Big East tournament and sallied forth into the NCAAs

March 19, 1984 | Pat Putnam
Tim Witherspoon beat Greg Page, a heavyweight in more ways than one, for the vacant WBC championship

March 19, 1984 | William Oscar Johnson
U.S. women and men Alpine skiers won six World Cup races in nine days, but they lost a pair of aces

March 19, 1984 | Barry McDermott
Patty Sheehan, LPGA Player of the Year for '83 and contender for '84, is long off the tee and long on heart

March 19, 1984 | Franz Lidz
Princeton grad Henry Milligan, the amateur heavyweight champ of the U.S., has Olympic hopes

March 19, 1984 | Jaime Diaz
Jim Zalesky's 90th consecutive win led Iowa to another NCAA title

March 19, 1984 | Craig Neff
Mike Conley won both the triple and the long jump at the NCAAs

March 19, 1984 | Bob Brown
Strawberry-flavored plastic worms. Apple-flavored plastic worms. Root beer-flavored plastic worms. These are just a few of the guises in which the modern fisherman's best friend, the artificial...

March 19, 1984 | Jack Falla
The defense never rests in Washington, home of the hottest team in the NHL

March 19, 1984 | Franz Lidz
Pittsburgh's boo-birds welcomed back whipping boy Cliff Stoudt

March 19, 1984 | Alexander Wolff
A five-time runner-up, Maryland coach Lefty Driesell finally won the toughest tournament of all

March 19, 1984 | Roger Jackson

March 19, 1984 | Roger Jackson
CARL HENRY: Kansas' 6'5" senior guard scored 69 points, made 29 of 46 shots from the floor and had 24 rebounds in three tournament games to lead the surprising Jayhawks to the Big Eight title.

March 19, 1984 | Kevin Kerrane

March 19, 1984 | Jeremiah Tax
With the publication of Babe in 1974 (SI, March 18 et seq.), Robert W. Creamer set a standard of excellence for sports biographies. Now, a decade later, Creamer has demonstrated his skill once...

March 19, 1984 | Michael Baughman
First, to avoid a common confusion of terms: There are dolphin fish—called dorado in Spanish-speaking countries and mahi-mahi in Hawaii—and there are also several species of dolphins that are...

March 19, 1984 | Laurence Shames
At the Lincoln Squash Club it was cats and dogs, oil and vinegar. The squash players played squash, the Nautilus guys did Nautilus, and hardly anybody ever crossed the dividing line. Why should...