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August 22, 1983 | Compiled by Lisa Twyman
BOWLING—MARSHALL HOLMAN beat Kent Wagner 290-224 to win the $ 100,000 Venice (Fla.) Open and become the first bowler to win back-to-back titles this year.
September 05, 1983 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPSSir:What a fine, fine job of writing by Kenny Moore. His colorful accounts of the first track and field World Championships (Splendor and Agony in Helsinki, Aug. 15 and Putting It All on the...
December 26, 1983 | Kenny Moore
What a glorious conceit it is to pick a Sportsman of the Year. Can anyone really study the ranks of different champions and record setters and know who did best? Are not victorious golfers, hurdlers and tennis...
January 09, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEARSir:Excellent choice! Mary Decker is the consummate athlete: gifted, dedicated, resilient. She's also an inspiration. She has shown us that there's a place in this world for the insecure....
January 16, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
A&M'S TWELFTH MANSir: Now that the football season is over, please update Douglas S. Looney's story on Texas A&M that ran in your special football issue (Sept. 1). How did the Twelfth Man kickoff team do? Did it...