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CONTENTS

March 29, 1993
March 29, 1993

Table of Contents
March 29, 1993

The NCAAs
San Diego Padres
Paul Molitor
Lillehammer
Don Cherry
Point After

CONTENTS

12
CHANGING OF THE GUARD
Among the early-round upsets at the NCAAs was that of defending champion Duke, which lost to Cal
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

This is an article from the March 29, 1993 issue Original Layout

24
SPOILED SPORT
Foul weather marred the Lipton Championships, but not as much as the players' whiny behavior
BY SALLY JENKINS

26
BULL SMELLS THE FLOWERS
Long-shot Bull Inthe Heather won the Florida Derby orchids to earn himself a run at the roses
BY WILLIAM NACK

28
PENNY PINCHIN' PADRES
Parsimony is the plan in San Diego, where players who come cheaper are replacing proven ones
BY TIM KURKJIAN

44
CAREER MOVE
After 15 notable—if unnoticed—years in Milwaukee, Paul Molitor has left for large-market Toronto
BY RICHARD HOFFER

50
THE LOOC OF SUCCESS
The Lillehammer Olympic Organizing Committee is on schedule and under budget for the Winter Games
BY WILLIAM OSCAR JOHNSON

58
CHERRY BOMBS
Don Cherry, part Rush Limbaugh, part Dick Vitale, is the most popular TV personality in Canada
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

6
FACES IN THE CROWD

9
SCORECARD

36
SPORTS PEOPLE

54
PRO FOOTBALL

56
PRO BASKETBALL

68
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN BIEVER

PHOTOGEORGE TIEDEMANNHold On There: Though Iowa won the team title, no wrestler at the NCAA meet was more exuberant than Nebraska's Tony Purler, who celebrated with his coaches after winning the title in the 126-pound division (page 40).