WISH YOU WERE HERE
•J.C. Snead, pro golfer, on his putting woes: "I could putt it off a tabletop and leave it short, halfway down a leg."
Loyola Marymount's Hank Gathers was at the top one minute. The next, he collapsed and lay dying as his mother stood mournfully by him
March 12, 1990 | Jay Greenberg
March 12, 1990 | Rick Telander
Britt Burns, in lockout limbo like many ballplayers, has had his comeback curtailed
As point-shaving charges rocked N.C. State's basketball program, coach Jim Valvano prepared to step aside
March 12, 1990 | John Garrity
March 12, 1990 | Donald J. Barr
In an SI exclusive, syndicated columnist George will admitted last week that when Sam Donaldson is rattling on about some foreign policy issue on This Week with David Brinkley, Will's thoughts...
March 12, 1990 | Leigh Montville
Los Angeles has been known to embrace a wide range of personalities, but Vlade Divac is the first to attain cult status on the basis of a Yugoslav military deferment. Well, that's not it entirely....
Unbeaten Mister Frisky is now a Derby favorite
MEN: Dayton's Negele Knight, a 6'2" senior guard, averaged 29 points and 10.5 assists as the Flyers defeated Notre Dame 97-79 and No. 19 Xavier 111-108. Knight made 22 of 30 shots from the field,...
March 12, 1990 | George F. Will
The slam dunk didn't die during the NBA's All-Star weekend last month, but the slam-dunk contest surely did. The fans in Miami Arena (as well as, presumably, a national television audience) found...
March 12, 1990
RAY TEXELWAYSIDE, N.J.Ray, 16, defeated 248 other riders at the American Horse Shows Association hunter seat equitation medal championships. In the finals he rode a new mount over a course that...
March 12, 1990 | Compiled by James E. Reynolds
PRO BASKETBALL—The Jazz increased its Midwest Division lead over the Spurs from two to three games with a 112-98 defeat of San Antonio, in which Utah's John Stockton scored 22 points and had 20...
Indoor track and field, once a booming sport, needs new zip
March 12, 1990
SPORTSWRITERS ON TVI always look forward to Rick Telander's articles. It seems the less serious his topic, the better he writes. His piece about The Sportswriters on TV (Not Just Pretty Faces,...