April 10, 1989 | Compiled by Roger Jackson
COLLEGE BASKETBALL—MICHIGAN beat Seton Hall 80-79 to win the NCAA men's championship in Seattle (page 16). and TENNESSEE defeated Auburn 76-60 in the women's title game in Tacoma, Wash. (page 80).
April 10, 1989
SARA BUSWELLHOULTON, MAINE
Too many mentors spoiled the NCAA hoops TV broth
A FORFEITED CUP
•Bob Froese, New York Ranger goalie, after fans at Madison Square Garden showered the ice with plastic mugs given to them as a promotion: "I'm just glad it wasn't Machete Night."
April 10, 1989 | Curry Kirkpatrick
April 10, 1989 | William Nack
"BARRY SANDERS COULD CHANGE THE FACE OF THIS YEAR'S DRAFT." SAYS SAN Diego Charger general manager Steve Ortmayer. If the NFL approves Sanders's petition for eligibility in the April 23 draft, he...
Juli Inkster changed putters and playad like an angel In the Dinah Shore
April 10, 1989 | Crosbie Cotton
The Soviet Union's Sergei Priakin made his NHL debut with the Flames
April 10, 1989 | Donald J. Barr
Robert Wieferich's evocative watercolors of the Par-3 Contest, played at Augusta each year the day before the Masters begins (page 56), represent not only many hours in the studio but also some...
April 10, 1989 | Kenny Moore
April 10, 1989
A PLEASANT PRELUDE TO THE MORE SERIOUS STUFF OF MASTERS WEEK IS THE PAR-3 CONTEST, A WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON EVENT THAT HAS ITS OWN COURSE AND ITS OWN TRADITIONS
April 10, 1989 | Edited by Gay Flood
UNFIT KIDSRobert Sullivan's comments (SCORECARD, March 13) on the "Unfitness Boom" of the '80s are timely. As a student in the '60s and a physical educator today, I have been concerned about the...
Rick Mahorn, who this season has shelled out $11,000 in fines for rough play, is the baddest of the Bad Boys in Detroit
Jim Scherr's victory spurred the U.S. over the Soviets
Harvard defeated the Gophers in overtime to win its first NCAA team title
The Lady Vols'
money players lived up to their billing, but not without losing some loot
David Wharton was a sight to see in the 200 IM
Sam Hirschman is the game's youngest life master
Tony Leonard photographs equine greats