CONTENTS

April 23, 1984

20 Ben's Breakthrough
Ben Crenshaw, after a decade of high promise and low fulfillment, won the 48th Masters, his first major championship
by Dan Jenkins

28 He Can Really Dish It Out
Michigan Panther safety David Greenwood, a superb athlete, is a "lumberjack" who loves to cut opponents down
by Rick Telander

32 The Perils of Darryl
A rugged apprenticeship behind him, Darryl Strawberry of the Mets could be swinging into quite an amazin' future
by William Nack

40 SPECIAL REPORT
A Rain of Death on Striped Bass? Springtime pulses of acid rain may doom this legendary game and table fish
by Robert H. Boyle

68 'The Pleasure of His Life'
Riding horses is everything to Angel Cordero, probably the best—certainly the most controversial—jockey in racing
by Frank Deford

DEPARTMENTS

15 Scorecard
56 Baseball
60 TV/Radio
62 Pro Football
66 Boxing
87 For the Record
88 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Heinz Kluetmeier

Credits on page 87

THREE PHOTOSLEADING OFF: Plus fours blossomed like the azaleas in Augusta, Ga., where perennial fashion plate Payne Stewart got off to a red-hot start in Wednesday's par-3 tournament with a predominantly red ensemble. He and Billy Casper then donned orchidaceous hues as serious play began. But—shudders!—while Stewart stuck with the oldtimers golf cap, Casper donned one of those ever-so-common endorsement chapeaus. Tacky, Billy, tacky. No wonder you missed the cut. (Stewart finished tied for 21st.)
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)