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CONTENTS

March 09, 1987
March 09, 1987

Table of Contents
March 9, 1987

Books
Death Penalty
Ripken & Sons
Notre Dame
Ray Bourque
Unsung Heroes
Katy Bilodeaux
Bobsledding
Indoor Soccer
Horse Racing
Calgary
First Person
Review
Point After

CONTENTS

SHAME ON YOU, SMU 18
The NCAA has hit the Mustangs with a sentence that includes a year's suspension of football
by Robert Sullivan and Craig Neff

This is an article from the March 9, 1987 issue

SOARING TO UNSEEN HEIGHTS 24
Long jumper Heike Drechsler and triple jumper Mike Conley set world records at the TAC championships
by Pat Putnam

ONE RIP-ROARING FAMILY AFFAIR 26
The Baltimore firm of Cal Ripken & Sons last week began restoring a once-proud club that had fallen on hard times
by Hank Hersch

ANOTHER CASE OF THE SOUTH BENDS 32
DePaul has become the third Top 20 team this season to go down to defeat on Notre Dame's perilous home court
by Austin Murphy

BULWARK OF THE BRUINS 36
Boston's Ray Bourque might resemble Linus at home, but on the ice he could be the NHL's premier defenseman
by Franz Lidz

CATCH THE RISING STARS 42
Which of the best players gets the least amount of ink? Herewith, SI selects its NBA All-Underrated team
by Jack McCallum

GETTING HER POINT ACROSS 54
Columbia senior Katy Bilodeaux is aiming to become the finest woman fencer the U.S. has ever produced
by Demmie Stathoplos

ONE YEAR TO THE HOEDOWN 72
Lacking only snow, Calgary is gearing up for what promises to be a fun-filled Winter Olympics next February
by E.M. Swift

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 13
College Basketball 59
Bobsledding 64
Indoor Soccer 66
Horse Racing 70
For The Record 94
Point After 96

Cover Photograph by Ronald C. Modra; Inset by John Biever

PHOTOJERRY COOKEA SMASHING TIME: The TAC Indoor Track and Field Championship 55 sprint came to a crashing halt with Lee McRae (125) winning and Carl Lewis planning to bounce back outdoors (page 24).