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March 14, 1988 | Volume 68, Issue 11

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Pam Postema Cover - Sports Illustrated March 14, 1988

March 14, 1988 | Robert F. Jones
Who was the father of modern American fly-fishing? Most anglers would say, without pause, Theodore Gordon. Oh, a few might plump for George LaBranche, whose 1914 book The Dry Fly and Fast Water...

March 14, 1988 | Jay Jennings
Beep.

March 14, 1988 | Veda Eddy
As the Boeing 727 taxis on a remote runway at Ontario airport, east of Los Angeles, H.E. (Tex) Sutton, 66, whose equine air charter business flies the top racehorses around the country, is...

March 14, 1988 | Edited by Steve Wulf
BAD MOUTHING

March 14, 1988 | Edited by Steve Wulf
•Willie Hernandez, Detroit Tigers reliever, "apologizing" for dumping a bucket of ice water on Detroit Free Press columnist Mitch Albom: "A lot of people make mistakes. I believe I made a good...

March 14, 1988
At the Red Sox training camp in Winter Haven, Fla., a Boston pitcher said he would win the Fall Classic. No, he wasn't Roger Clemens; he was presidential hopeful Michael Dukakis.

March 14, 1988 | Alexander Wolff
Playing powerfully in the paint, Jerome Lane led Pitt past Syracuse for the Big East title

March 14, 1988 | John Garrity
Pam Postema, the only woman umpire in pro baseball, has a chance to make the majors

March 14, 1988 | Demmie Stathoplos
Brian's Time was overlooked at the Florida Derby until he blew by the favorites and into the Kentucky Derby picture

March 14, 1988 | Peter Gammons

March 14, 1988 | Clive Gammon

March 14, 1988 | Edited by Gay Flood
PEARLSI just put down this year's swimsuit issue (Pearls of the Orient, Feb. 15), and my winter-chilled heart has been warmed. I'm glad you chose Thailand as your location. I lived there last year...

March 14, 1988 | Jack McCallum

March 14, 1988 | Ralph Wiley
Goalie Clint Malarchuk is an odd bird, but he has put Washington atop its division

March 14, 1988 | Shannon Brownlee

March 14, 1988 | John Steinbreder

March 14, 1988 | John Steinbreder
DEBT

March 14, 1988 | Craig Neff
80-pound Phoebe Mills stole the American Cup

March 14, 1988 | Morin Bishop
THESE DOGS CAN BITE

March 14, 1988 | Morin Bishop
RIK SMITSMarist's 7'4" center scored a school-record 45 points and had 14 rebounds and five blocks in a 76-57 win over St. Francis. He also had 19 points and five blocks in a 52-49 defeat of...

March 14, 1988 | John Skow

March 14, 1988 | John Skow
An old-growth bureaucracy, like an old-growth forest, must be understood as a single, highly complex organism. Nothing else makes sense. The thing is alive and has motives, or at least tropisms. A...

March 14, 1988 | Robert Peterson
A bowling alley pinboy's life wasn't for the indolent

March 14, 1988 | Richard Conniff
Judge Hofheinz's private Astrodome quarters will soon be just a gaudy memory

March 14, 1988 | Compiled by Duncan Brantley
PRO BASKETBALL—On Monday, New Jersey, owner of the NBA's worst record (12-42), got a new coach, Hall of Famer Willis Reed. On Tuesday, the Nets ended a six-game losing streak by blowing out the...

March 14, 1988
DAWN BOWLESNEPTUNE, N.J.

March 14, 1988 | John Garrity
Show-off slam-dunking is junking up basketball