Feb. 22, 1982
Feb. 22, 1982

Table of Contents
Feb. 22, 1982

Millrose Games
The Bucks
The Sisters
Motor Sports


14 Not Alone at the Top
Ralph Sampson is the best, but not the only, reason that Virginia is the country's top-ranked college basketball team
by Curry Kirkpatrick

This is an article from the Feb. 22, 1982 issue Original Layout

18 A Matched Pair and a Matchless Miler
Hurdlers Candy Young and Stephanie Hightower and magnificent Mary Decker Tabb starred at the Millrose Games
by Craig Neff

22 There's No Stopping the Bucks
Despite injuries and a key holdout, Milwaukee is a big winner because of Sidney Moncrief's sparkling play
by Anthony Cotton

28 For Sisters, a Very Good Year

With Judy in bow and Carlie at stroke, the Geers are the best U.S. women double scullers
by Joan Ackermann-Blount

Paula and Pam McGee have led U.S.C. to the No. 2 spot in women's basketball 34
by Roger Jackson

Sarah and Mary Docter, best all-around U.S. speed skaters, are contrary: Mary likes to dance, Sarah has to win 38
by Anita Verschoth

54 Bang! Bang! You're Out
He wasn't the model of a major league umpire, but Ron Luciano had more fun than any man in blue
by Ron Luciano and David Fisher

The Departments

Scorecard 9
Motor Sports 42
Hockey 46
College Basketball 48
For the Record 71
19th Hole 72

Credits on page 71

Cover photograph by Tony Tomsic