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CONTENTS

March 30, 1992
March 30, 1992

Table of Contents
March 30, 1992

NCAA Tournament
Lipton Tennis
Andy MacPhail
James Toney
Wrestling
Cross-Country
Chris Mullin
Point After

CONTENTS

12
WHAT A TRIP
Our intrepid reporter saw nine games and covered 14,000 miles during the opening rounds of the NCAA tournament
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

This is an article from the March 30, 1992 issue

22
TRIBE OF THE FUTURE
By offering multiyear contracts, the Cleveland Indians are banking on their best young players
BY PETER KING

24
BACK WITH A BANG
Iran Barkley cemented his comeback with a bruising split decision over Thomas Hearns in Las Vegas
BY PAT PUTNAM

26
TEENAGE CONFIDENTIAL
For Jennifer Capriati, a losing semifinalist at the Lipton tennis tournament, 16 is anything but sweet
BY SALLY JENKINS

32
MASTER OF THE TRADE
When it comes to building a baseball team for the '90s, Twins G.M. Andy MacPhail is the best in the business
BY NICHOLAS DAWIDOFF

40
THE SINS OF THE FATHER
James Toney, the IBP' middleweight champ, yearns to punish the man who left him and his mother 22 years ago
BY CHARLES PIERCE

60
IN A GOLDEN STATE
Four years after entering alcohol rehab, Chris Mullin of the Warriors is in control of his life—and his game
BY RICK REILLY

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

7
SCORECARD

46
WRESTLING

48
PRO FOOTBALL

52
CROSS-COUNTRY

56
PRO BASKETBALL

70
FOR THE RECORD

72
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN BIEVER

PHOTOGEORGE TIEDEMANNFall Guy: By pinning Oklahoma's Shawn Harrison in the quarterfinals of the NCAA wrestling championships, 126-pound Terry Brands of Iowa advanced toward his second individual title in three years, while he and his fellow Hawkeyes defended their team title in Oklahoma City (page 46).