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March 26, 1990 | Volume 72, Issue 12

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Bo Kimble Cover - Sports Illustrated March 26, 1990

March 26, 1990 | Edited by Craig Neff

March 26, 1990 | Edited by Craig Neff
•Clint Hurdle, minor league manager in the Mets organization, pondering the ethnically mixed name of pitching prospect Vladimir Perez: "I think some people in his family got together during the...

March 26, 1990 | William Nack

March 26, 1990 | Alexander Wolff

March 26, 1990 | Shelley Smith
The first full practice came two days after a campus memorial service for their friend and teammate. Yet even with the finality of that ceremony, Loyola Marymount's basketball players found it...

March 26, 1990 | Merrell Noden
Olympic heroine Janet Evans won three individual events for Stanford in the NCAAs

March 26, 1990 | Rick Reilly

March 26, 1990 | Franz Lidz

March 26, 1990
PLAYER OF THE YEARCongratulations on selecting Oregon State's Gary Payton as player of the year ('Gary Talks It, Gary Walks It,' Mar. 5). It is refreshing to see that an accomplished college...

March 26, 1990 | Douglas S. Looney

March 26, 1990 | Peter King

March 26, 1990 | Leigh Montville

March 26, 1990 | Walter Bingham
When Johnny Miller was young, golf for him was a string of 61s, but as he moved into his mid-30's, the game he had once played so effortlessly became more difficult. From a tee he would look down...

March 26, 1990 | Steve Wulf
Jockey Pat Day guided Unbridled to a four-length win in the Florida Derby

March 26, 1990 | Compiled by James E. Reynolds
PRO BASKETBALL—Detroit, tops in the Central Division, routed division-rival Chicago 106-81, out-scoring the Bulls 32-11 in the fourth quarter. The Pistons finished off a perfect week by beating...

March 26, 1990
BOB MULLENMONTICELLO, IOWAMullen, 77, coached his 900th girls' basketball victory in 51 years, as Central City High defeated North Linn High 54-53. Mullen, who also coached boys' basketball for 15...

March 26, 1990 | William F. Reed
Basketball coaches turned analysts are beyond belief

March 26, 1990 | Steve Rushin
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar chose to use his first name as the title of his second book, which means we're finally past formalities with the man who first wrote of himself in Giant Steps. In that 1983...