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March 30, 1987 | Volume 66, Issue 13

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Ray Leonard Cover - Sports Illustrated March 30, 1987

March 30, 1987 | Donald J. Barr
This is a special time of year for our letters department. Sort of the way the Flood was a special time for Noah.

March 30, 1987
ESPN, which may or may not stand for the Extra Sensory Perception Network, had it pegged all along on its Big Monday cablecasts: The Big East vs. the Big Ten for all the Marbles in New Orleans....

March 30, 1987 | Ralph Wiley
The Friars made believers of 'Bama and Georgetown

March 30, 1987 | Jack McCallum
After eight early NCAA exits, coach Jim Boeheim finally got Syracuse to the Final Four

March 30, 1987 | Curry Kirkpatrick
The Hoosiers survived a clawing LSU Tiger attack

March 30, 1987 | Alexander Wolff
Iowa gave the Rebels a run for their money, but UNLV cashed in out West

March 30, 1987 | Austin Murphy
The Calgary Flames took a brawling home-and-home series from archrival Edmonton

March 30, 1987 | Austin Murphy
Calgary 2 3 1——6Edmonton 0 1 2——3

March 30, 1987 | Bruce Newman
Sidelined for two years, the Knicks' Bernard King hopes his damaged knee will now hold up under the rigors of NBA play

March 30, 1987 | Douglas S. Looney
Iowa State denied Dan Gable (below) and Iowa their 10th straight NCAA championship

March 30, 1987 | Leigh Montville

March 30, 1987 | Leigh Montville
SHAVINGA blade (A) scrapes the surface of the ice.

March 30, 1987 | Bruce Anderson
The favorites fell to Chart The Stars in the San Felipe

March 30, 1987 | Peter Gammons
For Steve Carlton, it was now or never

March 30, 1987 | Paul Zimmerman
For a change, NFL brass got to talk football, not law

March 30, 1987 | Franz Lidz
Baltimore upset Washington to win the first title of a rowdy new indoor league

March 30, 1987 | Rick Reilly

March 30, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
FALLEN STARGary McLain's story as told to Jeffrey Marx (The Downfall of a Champion, March 16) is the best and most meaningful article I have read in SI in 20 years. It reflects what is happening...

March 30, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
Billy Goodwin of St. John's was listed in Gary McLain's story as a member of a Big East all-star team that traveled to Angola in 1982. In fact, Goodwin was listed on the team's roster but did not...

March 30, 1987 | Ed Burns
The starting lineups are set at the Astrodome. The Houston Cougars send out Don Chaney, George Reynolds, Ken Spain, Theodis Lee and the Big E, Elvin Hayes. The UCLA Bruins will defend their No. 1...

March 30, 1987 | Ivan Maisel
Readers of The Washington Post know that Tom Boswell is wedded to the national pastime. But they also have come to realize that golf is his mistress. His new anthology of columns, Strokes of...

March 30, 1987 | William Nack

March 30, 1987 | Arnold Schechter
It took peculiar skills to win the One Club Championship

March 30, 1987 | Robert F. Jones

March 30, 1987 | John Harvey
Like Ray Leonard, Harry Greb suffered a detached retina

March 30, 1987
JENNIFER CAPRIATILAUDERHILL, FLA.Jennifer, 10, beat Amy Mascotti 6-3, 6-1 to win the 14-and-under girls' title at the Lef Carrol junior tennis tournament in Jacksonville, Fla. Coached by Jimmy...

March 30, 1987 | Compiled by Bailey Breene Gendron
COLLEGE BASKETBALL—At the NCAA Division II championships in Springfield, Mass., KENTUCKY WESLEYAN beat Gannon 92-74 to win its fifth title, and NEW HAVEN upset defending champion Cal Poly-Pomona...

March 30, 1987 | Frank Deford
Every Cinderella and her brother make the NCAAs

March 30, 1987 | Edited by Craig Neff and Robert Sullivan

March 30, 1987 | Edited by Craig Neff and Robert Sullivan
•Tom Penders, Rhode Island basketball coach, when asked if he would like to coach the hapless L.A. Clippers: "It might be easier to straighten out the Middle East."