April 08, 1985
April 08, 1985

Table of Contents
April 8, 1985

TPC Golf
Title Fight
Gene Sarazen
Horse Racing
Pro Basketball
College Hockey
College Basketball
Grand Canyon
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


32 The NCAAs
In one of basketball's great upsets, Villanova's Wildcats beat Georgetown's defending champions to win the title
by Curry Kirkpatrick

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36 Big Trouble At Tulane
Allegations of point shaving at that respected university sent shock waves through basketball in Final Four week
by Douglas S. Looney

40 A Major Win, For Peete's Sake
Calvin Peete shot a spectacular final-round 66 to blow away the field in the Tournament Players Championship
by Barry McDermott

48 Better Than A Barroom Brawl
Middleweight champion Marvelous Marvin Hagler and challenger Thomas Hearns say their big fight will be short
by Pat Putnam

60 The Golden Double Eagle
Gene Sarazen has had an illustrious career in golf, but he's still best known for one rare shot struck 50 years ago
by Sarah Ballard

96 Grandeur And Torment
Traversing the Grand Canyon in midwinter is no picnic, the author found, especially with a go-go governor as guide
by Kenny Moore


27 Scorecard
71 Horse Racing
74 Pro Basketball
82 Swimming
86 College Hockey
90 College Basketball
123 For The Record
126 19th Hole

TWO PHOTOSRED MORGANLEADING OFF: Are these avid birders who have just spotted that rara avis, the pink-breasted chapeau hopper? No, they're horse fans on Flamingo Day, transfixed by a TV monitor's replay of the last race. The lady is a Hialeah security guard—undercover, so to speak.