November 12, 1984 | William Jaspersohn
The best racing oars are not manufactured, as might be expected, in some high-tech European rowingwerk. No, the oar that has cornered the U.S. collegiate and national racing market is handcrafted out of the latest...
October 01, 1984 | N. Brooks Clark
OFFENSE: Ohio State tailback Keith Byars ran for 120 yards and two touchdowns, caught five passes—one for a TD—and threw a 35-yard scoring pass in the Buckeyes' 45-26 victory over Iowa.
September 05, 1984 | Morin Bishop
Everyone has nominations for the greatest high school football teams ever. Ohioans might give the nod to the Massillon dynasty of the 1950s. Or to Gerry Faust's Moeller High team of 1976, which, en route to an...
June 04, 1984 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Ed Lynch, New York Mets pitcher, marveling at the erudition of teammate Ron Darling, a graduate of Yale: "I don't understand the questions of things he can answer."
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....