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March 08, 1982 | Volume 56, Issue 10

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March 08, 1982
5—Walter Iooss Jr.20, 21—Rich Clarkson22, 23—Tony Tomsic24, 25—Lou Capozzola (5), Tony Tomsic (bottom right)26—George Tiedemann27—John Iacono28-30—Andy Hayt35—Tony Tomsic37—Russ Adams38—Lane...

March 08, 1982
CAITLIN BILODEAUCONCORD, MASS.Caitlin, 16, in her third year of fencing, won the under-20 women's foil title at the USFA Junior Olympics. She's No. 3 on the U.S. women's fencing squad and played...

March 08, 1982 | Compiled by Bruce Anderson
PRO BASKETBALL—Boston's Larry Bird had his bell rung Sunday in a first-half collision with Milwaukee's Harvey Catchings and spent the end of the second quarter and all of the third in the locker...

March 08, 1982 | Edited by Gay Flood
MILWAUKEE AND MONCRIEFSir:Thanks for the great article by Anthony Cotton on Milwaukee Guard Sidney Moncrief and the rest of the team (There's No Stopping the Bucks, Feb. 22). They are an excellent...

March 08, 1982 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum

March 08, 1982 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Doug Atkins, former Chicago Bear end recently elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, discussing his old owner-coach, George Halas: "I got along with Halas just fine. If he'd paid me a little...

March 08, 1982 | Curry Kirkpatrick
In their last game ever at 56-year-old Iowa Field House, the Hawkeyes lost to archrival Minnesota in triple OT

March 08, 1982 | Craig Neff
Record performances at the TAC championships were matched by record mix-ups

March 08, 1982 | Bruce Newman
The eyes of San Antonio may be upon the high-ridin' Spurs, but few others' are

March 08, 1982 | Sarah Pileggi
Barbara Potter, tennis' newest star, is half grown-up, half schoolgirl and, on the court, all hate-to-lose singlemindedness

March 08, 1982
And high time, too. After the strike and split-season absurdities of 1981, come the leisurely rites of spring, 1982, promising to cleanse and renew the spirit of the grand old game. Leisurely is...

March 08, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
One may wonder why Associate Writer Bruce Newman (shown here standing in front of a pizza parlor) is shown here standing in front of a pizza parlor. It all has to do with fame, obscurity,...

March 08, 1982 | Alexander Wolff
The network that grabbed the NCAA tournament is scoring in other ways

March 08, 1982 | Rick Telander
Tates Locke was willing to do just about anything to make Clemson a winner, and it almost destroyed him

March 08, 1982 | Jack McCallum
Thomas Hearns stalks a rematch with Sugar Ray Leonard

March 08, 1982 | Barry McDermott
Seton Hall's Danny Callandrillo is a high scorer who's low key

March 08, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf

March 08, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf
WILLIE JONES: The 6'8" senior center led Vanderbilt past Alabama 80-63 with his 15-for-19 shooting, 37 points and 14 rebounds. Earlier, in an 81-67 win over Florida, he came through with 32 points.

March 08, 1982 | William Leggett
Three top Derby colts got crushed by Distinctive Pro at troubled Hialeah

March 08, 1982 | Steve Wulf
The Baseball Encyclopedia giveth and The Baseball Encyclopedia taketh away. Smokey Joe Wood recently improved his won-lost record by 11 decisions, which is not bad for a 92-year-old man. It seems...

March 08, 1982 | Sam Moses
Every winter huge swells roll across the Pacific to Oahu to create the Banzai Pipeline—magnificent tunnels of roaring water that are surfing's greatest challenge