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February
8
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The Year In Sports - Special Issue
Contents - The Year (Sport in 1983 provided Cabbage Patch Kids of its own), Pro Football (The Raiders whipped Washington in a lopsided Super Bowl), College Football (Miami, The Little Engine That Could, derailed No. 1 Nebraska), Baseball (Baltimore put the wheeze on Philadelphia in the Series), Track & Field (Carl Lewis proved his mettle at the World Championships), Glad Tidings (Now the good news: Some very nice things happened in '83), Pro Basketball (First-place Philly and last-place Houston were both winners), College Basketball (Miracles never ceased for NCAA champ North Carolina State), Boxing (Larry Holmes got a new title, Roberto Duran a new image), Hockey (The Islanders grounded Gretzky and won the Stanley Cup), Tennis (Mac was No. 1 by a little, Martina was the one and only), Swimming & Diving (Greg Louganis plunged to two Pan American gold medals), Golf (Gary and Arnie skinned 'em alive in the fun event of the year), Gallery (A boat and runner from Down Under conquered America)
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April
9
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Georgetown - Houston
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Contents - The Final Four (Houston's Phi Slamma Jamma offense went up against the rock-hard defenses of Georgetown in the NCAA title game.), Flying Into a Stormy Haven (Teenage running prodigy Zola Budd forsook her South African homeland for England and a shot at the Olympics.), Oh, Were It Only The Racket (After a disturbing string of spiritless defeats, the question in women's tennis is: What's wrong with Andrea Jaeger.), From High Above The Western Sideline (Painting word pictures that have made him the Michelangelo of the air, Chuck Hearn is the enduring voice of the Lakers.) Departments - Scoreboard, College Basketball, Golf, Horse Racing, Swimming, Boxing, Motor Sports, For The Record, 19th Hole
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April
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The Beast Team in Baseball (The San Diego Padres devouring it's opponents), A Sky Hook for the Book (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar become the NBA's all-time leading scorer), The March of the Wooden Soldiers (Walt Hazzard becomes the next coach to try and recapture the magic of John Wooden), This Raider's a Real Riot (Linebacker Matt Millen), Searching for a Sea of Tranquillity (Golfer Mac O'Grady makes the tour on his 17th try)
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April
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Darryl Strawberry
Ben's Breakthrough (Golfer Ben Crenshaw), He Can Really Dish It Out (Michigan Panther Safety David Greenwood), The Perils of Darryl, Special Report (Acid Rain causing problems on Striped Bass), 'The Pleasure of His Life' (Jockey Angel Cordero)
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May
7
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Bernard King
Remembrance of Swings Past (Reggie Jackson and Dave Kingman are reviving their baseball careers), She's Running Like the Wind (Evelyn Ashford), Hero of a Showdown in Motown (Bernard King), Kentucky Derby Preview, The Great Snooker Craze, The NASL: Living on Death Row, A Star With Real Clout (Robert Redford makes The Natural
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May
14
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Mike Bossy
All's Swale That Ends Swale (Kentucky Derby), When Will The Bubble Burst (Detroit Tigers), The Great Ones Go After The Great One (Hockey), 'This One Was For My Friends' (Golfer Ben Crenshaw), A Hunk Hits The Road (Racer Danny Sullivan), A New Voyage For An Old Salt (Wels sailor-author Tristan Jones)
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May
21
V. Good The Soviet Boycott The Soviet Boycott (four articles), Sugar Ray Leonard beats Kevin Howard, Larry Bird and Celtics beat Knicks in playoffs, Soviet distance freestyler Vladimir Sainkov loses chance to compete 1
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June
11
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Bull Durham
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Tradegy at Sea (A squall overturned Marques, one of 42 vessels in the Tall Ships race, and only nine of the 28 aboard were found alive.), Fasmily Feud in Philadelphia (Hugging on the sideline and slugging in the batter's box, Phillies West (Chicago) took on Phillies East for first place.), The Ducks Did It With Cruz Control (Cheered on by a home campus crowd, Oregon won the NCAA track title as joaquim Cruz scored a nifty double.), Bulgaria's Vest-Pocket Hercules (Pound for 123 pounds, Naim Suleimanov is the world's greatest weightlifter, no small feat for someone who's 16.), Sparky & George (The Tigers' manager may be aptly nicknamed for his baseball persona, but away from the game, he's another fellow.)
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June
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Martina Navratilova
Contents - Worthy Of Really High Fives (At the French Open, Ivan Lendl won his first major championship and Martina Navratilova the Grand Slam - sort of), Taking A Ride On The Handlebars (What a relief it is for the Brewers to have the mustachioed Rollie Fingers back in form after a disabling elbow injury), They Took It Down To The Wire (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar lifted the Los Angeles Lakers to a 3-3 tie with Boston in the NBA championshop series), Hooked On Longhorns (A breed of cattle that once defined us as a nation - spunky and a bit wild - but nearly died out, is making a comeback), She's Set Her Sights On L.A. (Dara Torres, the world's best swimmer in the 50 free, is stretching to make the U.S. Olympic team in the 100), A Case Of Pride And Prejudice (Gerrie Coetzee is driven by a need to succeed and, as a champion boxer, haunted by his homeland of South Africa) Departments - Scorecard, Baseball, Track & Field, Indoor Soccer, TV/Radio, For The Record, 19th Hole
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June
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Carl Lewis
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Contents - Off To A Fast Start (Carl Lewis burst to the fore again as the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials got under way in the Los Angeles Coliseum.), The U.S. Open (Forced into a playoff by Greg Norman's miracle finish in regulation, Fuzzy Zoeller came back to crush the Aussie.), There Was No Doubting Thomas (By stopping Roberto Duran in two rounds, Thomas Hearns retained his championship and regained his nickname.), Green and White and Red All Over (The Boston Celtics beat the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 7 to give Red Auerbach his 15th NBA world championship.), Don't Knock The Rock (His drug problems behind him, the Montreal Expos' Tim Raines has become one of baseball's outstanding player's.), 'So, Why Can't You Smile?' (If he did, then the winner of all but one of his 84 matches would not be the raging genuis that is John McEnroe.) Departments - Scorecard, Baseball, Pro Football, Horse Racing, For The Record, 19th Hole
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July
2
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Dwight Stone Trials and Jubilation (of the U.S. Olympic Track team), Young Met pitchers, Olympic calibre water polo, Boxer Howard Davis loses to Edwin Rosario, Alan Eagleson rules hockey 1
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July
9
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Olympic Swimmer Jeff Float U.S. Olympic Swimming trials, Opening round of USFL playoffs, Mark Breland-Olympic boxing hopeful, AAA baseball in Maine, Teddy Tinling-tennis dress designer 1
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July
16
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John McEnroe
Talk About Strokes of Genius (Wimbledom), Their Fists Did All the Talking (U.S. Olympic Boxers), The Temple of Doom (Cleveland Stadium), Brothers and Brawlers (Wrestler brothers Dave and Mark Schultz), Still Carrying the Torch (Juan Antonio Samaranch)
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July
30
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Jack Lambert
It Ain't Over 'til It's Over (PGA), The Ball was White, The Grass Green (National Senior Women's Grass Court Championships), Those Dodger Kids are on the Ball, A Rose by any other Name (Jack Lambert), The Man who Never Loses (Edwin Moses)
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August
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"The Games Begin - Olympic Torchbearer Rafer Johnson"
The Olympics (Three seperate articles), Last One in is the U.S. Open Champ! (Golf), Up Against the Wall (Baseball's Jim Rice), In the Water, In the Air, In L.A. (Two men of L.A.)
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August
20
Good + Carl Lewis Olympics-Carl Lewis wins four, Mary Decker devasted, US boxers win nine, US men's and women's basketball victories, Greg Louganis and women's diving, US Men's Volleyball, Olympic wrestling, Rafer Johnson lighting the Olympic flame 1
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August
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Pete Rose
Roses and Rhubarbs, It's an Old Man's Game After All (Lee Trevino), It Was a Flight to the Finish (Horse Racing), An Oldie but Goodie (Race Horse John Henry), The World According to Garf (Basketball summer camp pitchman Howie Garfinkel)
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September
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Kosar / Marino
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Special Issue Pro Football - The Rush is On (The ballcarriers take center stage), He's Aiming to Make History (Walter Payton tries to break the all-time rushing record), Where Have You Gone, Johnny U (The author looks at quarterbacks of yore), No! No! No! Gastineau (The NFL questions his sack dance), Inside Slant on the Pros (Things Dr. Z didn't get to say in his scouting reports and stories), Scouting Reports, It's All In The Family (The history of NFL Films), Al To The World: Move Over (Al Davis and the Raiders keep pushing the establishment), Miami's Set of Sparkling Studs (Dan Marino and Bernie Kosar) College Football - Walk-Ons Are in the Running (Unrecruited players are having more success), Bo On the Go (The legend of Bo Jackson begins), Inside Slant on the Colleges (The lowdown on everything), At Every Tick of the Dial (As a result of a Supreme Court ruling TV will be rich but most schools will be poorer), Scouti9ng Reports, He's a One-Man Gang (Dick Foster and his Junior College stars), Oh, That Old College Spirit (A look at some vintage fans with attendance records that date back to 1911)
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September
10
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"Miami Bombs Washington"
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Contents - He Passed With Flying Colors (Dolphin's quarterback Dan Marino nearly got the max in the NFL quarterback ratings during a 35-17 rout of the Skins.), And May The Best Man Win (New York teammates Dave Winfield and Don Mattingly are in a tight battle for the American League batting crown.), A Cloudy Week In The Sunshine State (Miami edged Florida for its second win of the season, but the Gators lost much more than a football game.), 'I Know I'm Different' (He's rough. He's tough. And he speaks his mind. They just don't make 'em like Pittsburgh tackle Bill Fralic anymore.), What Happened To The Class of '81? (In 1981 Oakland's starters seemed to have brilliant futures, but only one of them has pitched in the majors this year.)
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September
17
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John McEnroe
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Contents - They Did Their Things (As foreordained, John McEnroe and Martina Navratilova put on clinics en route to winning their U.S. Open games.), They Lowered The Boom on Hogeboom (Led by Lawrence Taylor, the New York Giants made life miserable for Dallas and new quarterback Gary Hogeboom.), K.C. Has Become a Royal Pain (Kansas City didn't bother a soul the first half of the season, but now the Royals are fighting for first in the A.L. West.), Welcome to the Chocolate Factory (The silver salmon off Kodiak Island are so bountiful that anglers are in seventh heaven - and not too far from hell.), The Extraordinary Mr. X (Everyone jokes about his 10-cent swing, but Miller Barber - golf's Mr. X - laughs last...all the way to the bank.) Departments - Scorecard, TV / Radio, College Football, Baseball, Pro Football, For The Record, 19th Hole
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November
26
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"There They Go Again" - John Thompson, Ronald Reagan and Patrick Ewing
Just Like The Good Old Days (San Francisco 49ers), Olympic Fame Becomes Fortune (Olympic boxers turn pro), A Victory With Inches to Spare (Oklahoma beats Nebraska), College Basketball 1984-85, Dear Chris (Chris Washburn)
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December
10
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Michael Jordan
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The DeBacle at DePaul (UCLA loses to the Blue Devils), It Was a Matter of Survival (The Dolphins lose to the Raiders), His Ship Will Come In (Rick Sutcliffe will sign with the Cubs, or someone else), In The Driver's Seat (Michael Jordan starts his reign), Rough Chips Off the Old Block (The NHL's Hunter Brothers), Two Men and a Bored (predictions on the upcoming chess match between Karpov and Kasparov), The Happy Hunter (Kirk Gibson was happy with 1984)
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