CONTENTS

April 09, 1989

THE FINAL FOUR 16
Michigan knocked off Seton Hall 80-79 to win the NCAA basketball title, in the Kingdome
by Curry Kirkpatrick

BARRY BREAKS AWAY 24
Dad said to take the NFL's money and run, and Barry Sanders, the Heisman Trophy winner, obeyed
by William Nack

BEATING THE DEVIL 34
Juli Inkster changed her putter and played like an angel to win the Dinah Shore tournament easily
by Douglas S. Looney

A RED-LETTER DAY 38
Right wing Sergei Priakin became the first Soviet permitted to play in the NHL, with the Calgary Flames
by Crosbie Cotton

ON THE MONEY 41
As baseball's commissioner, Peter Ueberroth used his public-relations skills to produce record profits
by Daniel Okrent

THE SPOILS OF VICTORY 50
For Florence Griffith Joyner, Olympic prowess and smashing looks have been lucrative—and costly
by Kenny Moore

AUGUSTA OVERTURE 56
A pleasant prelude to the more serious stuff of Masters week is the Par-3 Contest, a Wednesday event with traditions all its own

A MASTER OF INTIMIDATION 66
Rick Mahorn, fined $11,000 so far this season for rough play, is the baddest of the Bad Boys in Detroit
by Ralph Wiley

ACCUSTOMED TO HIS FACE 84
Lou Duva, patriarch of the boxing promoting Duvas, is now his sport's most ubiquitous personality
by Bruce Newman

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 11
Wrestling 71
NCAA Hockey 74
NCAA Women's Basketball 80
NCAA Swimming 82
For The Record 100
Point After 102

Cover Photograph by John W. McDonough

PHOTOHEINZ KLUETMEIERA MONSTER FROM THE DEEP: No, that's not the creature from the Black Lagoon; it's Tennessee's Raymond Brown just before breaking the surface on the breaststroke leg of a 400 IM heat at the NCAAs (page 82).

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