Ghostly Bobs
A GHOSTLY GO FOR THE BOBS
The world bobsled championships on the new Olympic run at Alpe d'Huez, France turned into a shambles of crashing sleds on the rotten ice of a disastrous course
TEEN-AGER ON A COMEBACK TRAIL
Marie Mulder is not running any slower than she used to. It is just that everybody else is getting faster. Abby Hoffman beat her in a featured half mile last week, but Marie has only begun to fight
Tobacco Rogues
CHAPEL HILL'S TOBACCO ROGUES
They're the L&M kids, Bob Lewis and Larry Miller, two more in a long line of Yankees who have maintained North Carolina's prominence in basketball. An ACC title is the least of this team's ambitions
Swizzle Sticker
Silver Skiing
Skiing the Silver Country
Though New Mexico's image has long been one of hot sun, sandy desert and maybe a silver mine or two, the cold truth is that its towering mountains boast some of the best and most spectacular ski trails in the country
People
Golf
New twists for an old art
Extremely long, serpentine tees are just one of the original features that Golf Architect Desmond Muirhead is bringing to his distinctive courses
Horse Racing
The fillies may be better than the colts
That seems to be true in California, at least, where the Derby candidates are not in the same class as those based in Florida. The best prospect of all, however, may be a colt spending the winter in South Carolina
Wrestling
For The Record
Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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