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CONTENTS

March 23, 1992
March 23, 1992

Table of Contents
March 23, 1992

Games
Hockey
SEC Tournament
Magic And Bird
Boone And Campanis
Bob Goodenow
Danny Tartabull
Harolad Smith
Moe Berg
Books
Yesterday
Point After

CONTENTS

14
MARCH MAYHEM
The first tournament of the enlarged SEC featured fisticuffs and a fabulous finish by the champion, Kentucky
BY CURRY KIRKPATRICK

This is an article from the March 23, 1992 issue

18
THIS COLT GOT RAPPED
The favorite, rap star Hammer's colt Dance Floor, failed to keep up with Technology in the Florida Derby
BY WILLIAM F. REED

20
LEAVING A HUGE VOID
Magic Johnson and Larry Bird rescued the NBA during its darkest days. Now can anyone replace them?
BY JACK McCALLUM

26
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON, LIKE...
Bret Boone and Jim Campanis are racing to complete the first genealogical triple play ever in baseball
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

32
A STRIKING CHANGE
Under tough new leader Bob Goodenow, the NHL's once docile players have authorized a labor walkout
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

56
BRIGHT LIGHT, NEW CITY
Free-agent signee Danny Tartabull wants to excel with the Yankees to demonstrate just how good he is
BY BRUCE NEWMAN

62
THE SECOND TIME AROUND
Harold Smith, the fight promoter who defrauded a bank of more than $20 million, has returned to boxing
BY RICHARD HOFFER

76
SCHOLAR, LAWYER, CATCHER, SPY
Moe Berg, baseball's Renaissance man of the '20s and '30s, was an atomic spy for the U.S. during World War II
BY NICHOLAS DAWIDOFF

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

7
SCORECARD

71
PRO BASKETBALL

74
COLLEGE BASKETBALL

90
FOR THE RECORD

92
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY HEINZ KLUETMEIER

PHOTODAVID E. KLUTHOLook, Skywalker: Vanderbilt's Dan Hall appeared to step up his game, while Kentucky's John Pelphrey remained ground-bound, in this encounter during the quarterfinals of the SEC tournament. However, it was Pelphrey and his fellow Wildcats who soared, past the Commodores and on to the conference title (page 14).