This is an article from the March 1, 2004 issue
U.S. OLYMPIC BOX-OFFS >The top two Olympic trials boxers in each
class meet in Cleveland.
HARVARD (2) AT DARTMOUTH (4) WOMEN'S HOCKEY 7 PM >Crimson forward
Nicole Corriero's 1.24 goals per game leads the nation.
AMERICAN CUP GYMNASTICS NBC 4 PM >Future Olympic heroes invade
Madison Square Garden. In '84, the last time the event was in New
York City, Mary Lou Retton was champ.
U.S. INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS ESPN2 6 PM >Swifties in
Boston include sprinter Maurice Green and 18-year-old Allyson
ACCENTURE MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP ESPN2 10 AM and ABC 2 PM >Tiger
and Vijay are favorites in the 64-golfer field.
PEPSI SOFTBALL ALL-STAR GAME NBC 1:30 PM >Olympic pitcher Jennie
Finch became the first woman to participate in the annual game
between major leaguers (it was played on Jan. 11) when she faced
Mike Piazza and Brian Giles.
IN STORES: SUMMER IN THE CITY: NEW YORK BASEBALL 1947-1957 by Vic
Ziegel. Photos by Claus Guglberger. In the 11 seasons between the
debut of Jackie Robinson and the departure of the Giants and
Dodgers for California, New York teams played in 10 World Series.
Dem was the days.
BRUINS AT MAPLE LEAFS 7:30 PM >Burnin' Bs (on an 8-1-2-2 run) try
to bombard Belfour.
SPORTSCENTURY: PEGGY FLEMING ESPN CLASSIC 8 PM SI called her "the
face that launched a thousand Zambonis." Follow Fleming from
her Grenoble gold in '68 to her battle with breast cancer 30
GEORGIA TECH (18) AT DUKE (5) ESPN 7 PM > It's Madness Month and
Tech's Isma'il Muhammad (61.6% from the field) wants an upset.
WORLD POKER TOUR TRAVEL CHANNEL 9 PM >Ante up: The second season
has 14 new events and $30 million in overall prizes.
ROCKY MARATHON TURNER CLASSICS 8 PM >The first four, encompassing
all the great dialogue from "Yo, Adrian!" to "Go for it!"
DAYTONA BIKE WEEK SPEED 3 PM > The 10-day festival draws a half-
million bikers for the Daytona 200, a demolition derby, pig
roasts, concerts and a Blessing of the Bikes at St. Mary's