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February
14
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Cheryl Tiegs
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Come Rain or Shine (As foul weather followed fair at the Crosby, Tom Kite shot a record Saturday round of 62 that set up his victory.), The Doggone Bruins May Go All the Way (Terrierlike goaltending and rabid forechecking have brought dreams of Stanley Cup glory back to Boston Gardens.), A Marriage Made in Glitzville (The union of Bjorn Borg and sleazy commercialism ill-suited him as he made a farewell exhibition tour in the U.S.), Our Chance to be Great (The Redskin quarterback tells how a good game plan and execution beat the Dolphins.), 'The Fairest Island That Eyes Have Beheld' (That's how Christopher Columbus described Jamaica. Now we've added new beauties.), Land of Sprinters and Dreamers (Jamaicans have long excelled in the dashes, perhaps because they're the fastest way to a better life.)
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February
16
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The Year in Sports Redskins beat Dolphins in Super Bowl, Penn State No.1, Cards win over Brewers in World Series, Track records fell, Lakers win NBA title, North Carolina wins NCAA title, Death and retirement in boxing, Hockey salutes Gretzky and the Islanders,  1
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February
21
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San Diego's Terry Cummings
They're SECond to None, Another Small Step Toward Greatness (Marvin Hagler), Suddenly a Horse was Gone (Kidnapping of Shergar), A Man Who Gets All the Breaks (Dr. Dick Steadman of the U.S. Ski Team), At the Head of His Class (Terry Cummings in the NBA), We All Had a Ball (Fantasy Baseball with the '69 Cubs)
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March
21
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"St. Johns: The Beast of The East"
Garden Party for the Redmen (St. Johns win Big East Tournament), Invaders of the Raiders Space (Oakland's U.S.F.L. team), They've Put the U.S. on Top of the World (Skiiers Phil Mahre and Tamara McKinney), A Pair of Young Sox with Sock (Ron Kittle and Greg Walker), A Family Tradition (John and Jim Paxson), 'And you Dream About Tomorrow' (Author Bobby Mitchell plays baseball)
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March
28
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A Crowning Achievement (Boxing), An Upset that was a Ute Beaut (Utah beats UCLA and qualifies for Sweet 16). It was a Muddy Good Show of Teamwork ((Women's CrossCountry), Starting Up the Long Road Back (Gerry Cooney is boxing again), A New Departure Toward Arrival (NHL draft), Leapin' Lizards, It's Lunk (Swimmer Steve Lundquist), A New Life (Dick Vermeil)
2
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April
4
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Gary Carter
On To Albuquerque (NCAA Final Four), The Smartina Show (Tennis with Navratilova), Baseball 1983, A Lingering Vestige of Yesterday (Clavin Griggith & the Twins)
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April
11
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N.C. State Wins the NCAA's
The Final Four (NCAA), Welcome to Miller Time (Women's NCAA), would he Rather be a Unitas or a Mantle (John Elway), Winning Was Her Just Dessert (Women's Golf), If The Hat Fits, Wear It (Lou Saban), Boxing: A Special Report
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April
18
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Tom Seaver
The Masters, It Was a Terrific Homecoming (Tom Seaver), Has it All Been Thrown Away (Art Schlichter), He Has Seen The Light(Football player John Reaves), Mother Fletcher (Fight judge Lucille Fletcher), Arming for a New Season (Pitching in Baseball)
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May
16
Good + Sunny's Halo at the Derby Sunny's Halo wins the Kentucky Derby, Joe Altobelli wins while managing the Orioles, John McEnroe wins on clay, Toronto pitcher Dave Stieb, Squash player Mark Talbott, South Africa toys with integration in sports 1
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May
30
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"Larry Holmes Barely Beats Tim Witherspoon"
Holmes Had a Spoonful, A Big Loss for a Gambling Quarterback (Art Schlichter), Are They the Greatest Ever? (New York Islanders), Bring on the Coconut Snatchers (L.A. Dodgers), Brother Are They Armed! (Track and Field's Crouser Brothers), Alone No Longer (Solo round-the-world sailers), Is This a Holy Place? (Mono Lake)
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June
6
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Moses Malone
Better by Leaps and Bounds (Philadelphia 76ers leading the Lakers), Udo Beyer Beware, the U.S. is There (U.S, Shotputters), The Block Party that Backfired (Indy 500), Going..Going..Gone! (Marvin Hagler), He's the Head Hog, by George (Coach George Starke), Then Zing Go the Strings (Tennis racket restringing)
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July
4
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Dale Murphy Opening trial of LA's Olympic track, Ralph Sampson's professional debut, Dale Murphy-NL MVP, Patriot linebacker Clayton Weishuhn, Summer pickup basketball, '81 Transpac winner Natoma 1
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July
11
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John McEnroe McEnroe and Navratilova win at Wimbledon, Herschel Walker is the star of the USFL, Smith and Ashford set 100 meter records, Julie Ridge to swim around New York, America's Cup trials begin, Boxer Bobby Chacon and his problems, K.C.'s pitcher Dan Quisenberry 1
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July
18
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Dawson / Steib
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A Tale of Two Cities (The two Canadian baseball team are division leaders), USFL Playoffs (The Philadelphia Stars rally to veat the Chicago Blitz) (The Michigan Panthers lower prices to get the fans in then lower the boom on Oakland), The U.S. Was Out of its Class (The Americans that took the time to go to the World University Games were not as good as the Soviets), Pearl is a Rare Old Gem (52 year old bodybuilder Bill Pearl is still getting better), He Ran, But Knew Not Why (Young Sydney Maree didn't realize it, but as he compulsively worked out in South Africa, he was running for his life)
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August
1
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Jets QB Richard Todd Milwaukee Brewers on a hot streak, US miler Steve Scott beats Sebastian Coe, Horse racing's Keeneland sales, Boxer Hector Comacho, Jets QB Richard TOdd, Motorcyclists Kenny Roberts and Freddie Spencer duel in Europe, Steroids being used by athletes (can you believe it?) 1
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August
22
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Carl Lewis Contents - Putting It All On The Line (Mary Decker won two gold medals and Carl Lewis three in track and field;s magnificent first World Championships.), At Last, Some D For San Diego (No Air Coryell lead was safe with the Chargers' alleged defense, but five rookies could change that situation.), A Yank Who's Cashing In (America's Cash Asmussen has taken to riding in France in grand style. Now he's vying for the top jockey award.), A Crown For The (N)iceman (It took two fights and 24 rounds for low-key Milton McCrory to beat Colin Jones for the WBC welterweight title.), Some Like It Hot (Chicago's pitchers do. After a frigid start they warmed up with the weather and led the Sox into first place.) Departments - Scorecard, TV/Radio, Baseball, Horse Racing, Boxing, Soccer, For The Record, 19th Hole 3
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September
1
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The Hands of a Center Gripping the Ball Just Before Hiking
Pro Football - A Problem Overdose (Drug troubles and rival leagues are NFL headaches as the 1983 seadon kicks off), The Corner (When offense and defense collide on the sweep, look out. A photographic essay), 'Let Me Say Something' (John Maddon's way with words has made him one of America's best known figures), Scouting Reports (Paul Zimmerman analyzes all 28 teams and predicts the finish in each division), A New Breed Of Speed (Impact players are those little burners who get big yards running and catching), 'I Want The Ball' (So said John Riggins to the Redskins in the '82 playoffs. The result: an NFL title) College Football - Tracking The Bear (Eddie Robinson of Grambling is closing in on Bear Bryants career victory record), Over The Top (More and more runners these days are taking to the airways. A picture portfolio), Scouting Reports (Full page previews of all the Top 20 teams as well as rundowns on the major conferences and independents and on the leaders in Divisions 1-AA, II and III), The Twelfth Man (After standing ready for 63 years, at last he will take the field for Texas A&M), Step Right Up (At times college football's main event is upstaged by side acts. A photo essay), Anatomy Of A Miracle (With five - count 'em, five - laterals, Cal pulled off the wildest kickoff return ever)
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September
5
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Mike Rozier College football season begins with Penn State against Nebraska, New rules against drug use in sports, Sydney Maree breaks the 1500 meter mark, Darryl Stingley faces life as a quadriplegic, Creating Borna National Park in Sudan 1
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September
12
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Edwin Moses L.A. Dodgers in NL West lead, Edwin Moses sets his fourth world record, Life after Herschel for Georgia, Dennis Conner and Liberty chosen to defend America's Cup, Cincinnati Bengals have trouble on and off the field, Alan Trammel and Lou Whitaker keep the Detroit Tigers going, Harvey Martin of the Cowboys begins to fade 1
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September
19
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Martina Navratilova U.S. Open tennis, Boxer Alexis Arguello loses to Aaron Pryor, Philadelphia Eagles in financial trouble, Cecil Cooper of the Milwaukee Brewers, Ray Perkins follows Bear Bryant at Alabama 1
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October
3
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Steve Carlton
Philly is Streaking for Home, Victory at Sea for Australia II (America's Cup), He Changed Hands as Did the Title (Gerrie Coetzee beats Michael Dokes), Suddenly the 'Eyes have it (Big Ten Football), Memories are Made of This (Johnny Bench and Carl Yastrzemski retiring), Special Report: Inside Interior (Part II of a report on Interior Secretary James Watt)
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October
17
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Eric Dickerson
The Baseball Playoffs, The Run also Rises (NFL), Texas Reaches Out and Hooks a Big One (NCAA Football), It's a Mighty Good Road (NCAA Basketball and the Jones Brothers), Who is This Mad Hatter? (NFL's Ted Hendricks)
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November
7
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Marvin Hagler & Roberto Duran "Marvin, you don't scare me!"
Super Saturday (Illinois beats Michigan, Auburn wins over Florida, Maryland wins against North Carolina and Miami trounces West Virginia), Just the Perfect Couple (Skaters Torvill and Dean), Sometimes the Good Die Young (Chief running back Joe Delaney), 'I am still a Pistol' (Roberto Duran prepares to fight Hagler)
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November
21
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Marvin Hagler and Roberto Duran Pittsburgh Steelers lead AFC Central, Hagler beats Duran, Auburn beats Georgia in college football, U.S. Speed Skating team has little hope, Norm Nixon traded from Lakers to San Diego, PAC-10 football nothing to brag about this year, Suicide of Pitt linebacker Todd Becker 2
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December
12
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Jim Brown
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Some Things Don't Change (No matter how many other teams the red-hot Oilers beat, they just can't get by the Islanders, who won 4-2 last week.), Pete, Today's Game Stinks (The author and oldtimers like Ray Nitschke offer the same message to Pete Rozelle. The NFL ain't what it used to be.), The Mavs Have Joined the Haves (NBA have-nots in their first three seasons, the Dallas Mavericks have made a leap to the top of the heap.), Blood's Young No More (Los Angeles Ram Defensive End Jack Youngblood, a 13-year veteran, is out of sync with both his game and his life.), "Do You Know Who I Am?" (Jeff Chandler, noted Groucho Marx look-alike, is the first world bantamweight champion from the U.S. since 1950.), Playing in a Dream World (The U.S. Olympic hockey team doesn't believe for a minute that it can simply toy with the mighty Soviets in Sarajevo.)
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Dec 26-
Jan 2
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Sportswoman of year Mary Decker Virginia tries to replace Ralph Sampson, Boxer Jeff Chandler beats Oscar Muniz, Dr. Z's All-Pro team, Sportswoman of the Year, Orange-Bowl bound Miami, Fisherman at Christmas Island, The first Olympic Winter games 1
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