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March 11, 1985 | Volume 62, Issue 10

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Jack Nicklaus Cover - Sports Illustrated March 11, 1985

March 11, 1985 | John Creamer
Plays and musicals with sports themes have had a tough time of late on Broadway and Off Broadway. Dancing in the End Zone, about a confused star college quarterback, closed after three weeks....

March 11, 1985 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
A QUESTION OF AUTHORITYA stormy seven-hour emergency meeting of the Clemson board of trustees ended last week with two announcements: Bill L. Atchley, the university's president since 1979, would...

March 11, 1985 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•George Frazier, Chicago Cubs reliever, offering a qualified admission that he has thrown spitters and pitches doctored in other ways: "I don't put any foreign substance on the baseball....

March 11, 1985 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Antoine (The Judge) Joubert (11) and his backcourt mate, Gary (The General) Grant (25), have driven the Wolverines to the Big Ten title and No. 2 ranking

March 11, 1985 | Demmie Stathoplos
Sick of second place in the top races for 3-year-olds, trainer John Veitch was tickled pink to win the Florida Derby

March 11, 1985 | Kenny Moore
Zola Budd ran without incident at last but lost her race in Phoenix

March 11, 1985 | Douglas S. Looney
Frank Kush, a notorious taskmaster as a college coach, is back in Arizona as a USFL Outlaw, but he has a glove on the old iron fist

March 11, 1985 | Franz Lidz
Heavyweight champ Larry Holmes will be in deep water if David Bey can biff like his comic-book idol

March 11, 1985 | Jack McCallum
Led by 6'9" Charles Oakley, Virginia Union is unbeaten and unmatched

March 11, 1985 | Roger Jackson

March 11, 1985 | Roger Jackson
PATRICK EWING: Georgetown's 7-foot senior center scored 35 points, grabbed 21 rebounds and blocked nine shots as the Hoyas pummeled Big East opponents St. John's (85-69) and Syracuse (90-63).

March 11, 1985 | William Taaffe
A man of many mikes, Dan Kelly broadcasts 145 games for five outlets

March 11, 1985 | Jack Falla
After three rocky years, the Blues are top dogs in the Norris race

March 11, 1985 | Alexander Wolff
Injuries and dubious deals have turned a promising Knick season sour

March 11, 1985 | Barry McDermott

March 11, 1985 | Robert L. Miller
You won't find Sheldon Czapnik's name as a byline or picture credit in this or any issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, but he figures importantly in the life of the magazine as assistant managing editor...

March 11, 1985 | Franz Lidz
Looming in the dim light, eight enormous East African elephants stand ready to stampede. Behind them Grant's gazelle, hartebeest and brindled gnu graze near a copse of umbrella acacia. A few feet...

March 11, 1985
CAMMY MYLERWILLSBORO, N.Y.Cammy, 16, won the U.S. women's luge title and came in 13th at the world championships in Oberhof, East Germany, the best finish of any American luger. Last summer she...

March 11, 1985 | Compiled by N. BROOKS CLARK
PRO BASKETBALL—Midwest Division—leading Denver came from 23 points behind to edge Dallas 141-140 in overtime and negate a 46-point performance by Maverick Mark Aguirre. It was the Nuggets' fourth...

March 11, 1985
Sir:Congratulations on another great swimsuit edition (Feb. 11). They keep getting better. For the benefit of all the people who love this yearly feature, would you please reprint the covers of...

March 11, 1985 | John Seabrook
When it comes to fiction by and about defensive ends, I'll admit I'm a rookie. Pat Toomay's novel On Any Given Sunday (Donald I. Fine, Inc., $15.95) caught me off guard. The prose is vivid, the...

March 11, 1985 | Bruce Anderson
Henry Helf stood at the base of Cleveland's 52-story Terminal Tower in his street clothes. He rolled up his shirtsleeves and put on his Goldsmith catcher's mitt. He looked skyward. It was Saturday...