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March 06, 1989 | Volume 70, Issue 10

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Wade Boggs Cover - Sports Illustrated March 06, 1989

March 06, 1989 | Pat Putnam
After a tumultuous layoff of eight months, Mike Tyson returned to the ring and knocked out Frank Bruno

March 06, 1989 | Bruce Newman
The amazing 37-year-old Roberto Duran beat Iran Barkley in Atlantic City to win the WBC middleweight title

March 06, 1989 | Jaime Diaz
At the Doral Ryder Open, Bill Glasson grabbed the top prize, but the top praise of his peers went to Mark Calcavecchia

March 06, 1989 | William Oscar Johnson

March 06, 1989 | Paul Zimmerman
The first time I saw Tom Landry was in September 1949, and he was lining up as a defensive halfback—they didn't call them cornerbacks in those days—for the New York Yankees of the All-America...

March 06, 1989 | Douglas S. Looney
Speed skater Bonnie Blair, her post-Olympic hiatus over, won the World Sprints

March 06, 1989 | Jack McCallum

March 06, 1989 | E.M. Swift

March 06, 1989 | Edited by Gay Flood
TIDAL WAVESKathy Ireland deserved to be on your cover, and what better one than that of the 25th Anniversary Swimsuit Issue. Note to Kathy: Love your eyes.CHIP STONERNew Cumberland, Pa.

March 06, 1989 | Hank Hersch

March 06, 1989 | James Gorman

March 06, 1989 | William F. Reed

March 06, 1989 | William F. Reed
GLEN RICEMichigan's 6'7" senior forward scored 68 points in wins over Wisconsin and Ohio State. Rice converted all seven of his three-point shots and scored 38 points as the Wolverines beat the...

March 06, 1989 | Steve Wulf

March 06, 1989 | Ken Young
A triathlete's blindness does't impair his vision

March 06, 1989 | Compiled by Sally Guard
PRO BASKETBALL—Following a 118-92 loss to the Jazz, the Suns ripped the Warriors 139-121 and the 76ers 120-95 to whittle the Lakers' Pacific Division lead to a mere 1½ games. In their Sunday...

March 06, 1989

March 06, 1989 | Steve Wulf
A baseball fan goes to the Summit and discovers the NBA

March 06, 1989 | Edited by Craig Neff

March 06, 1989 | Edited by Craig Neff
•Jay Leno, comedian: "Oklahoma's football team has already been ranked 10th in the preseason polls—that's both UPI and FBI."