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March 21, 1988 | Volume 68, Issue 12

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Larry Bird Cover - Sports Illustrated March 21, 1988

March 21, 1988 | Edited by Robert Sullivan
KING FOR A YEAR

March 21, 1988 | Edited by Robert Sullivan
•Roger Maltbie, PGA golfer, when asked what he had to shoot to win the Andy Williams Open: "The rest of the field."

March 21, 1988 | Austin Murphy

March 21, 1988 | Merrell Noden
Vicki Huber and Joe Falcon were double distance winners at the NCAA indoor meet

March 21, 1988 | Alexander Wolff

March 21, 1988 | Hank Hersch
Though he was in pain from a back injury, Rex Chapman lifted Kentucky past Georgia in the SEC tournament

March 21, 1988
Here's a glimpse of six of this year's leading rookies, plus a longer look at a future Met who may be the best of all

March 21, 1988 | Jill Lieber

March 21, 1988 | Frank Deford

March 21, 1988 | Donald J. Barr
As yet another baseball season begins and new faces appear at spring training, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED welcomes a new player to its starting lineup. Associate editor Hugh Delehanty joined the team on...

March 21, 1988 | Morin Bishop
BACK IN THE SADDLE

March 21, 1988 | Morin Bishop
BYRON LARKINXavier's guard had 70 points in wins over Loyola of Illinois (117-79) and Detroit (122-96) to lead Xavier to the Midwestern Collegiate title and to gain his third straight tournament...

March 21, 1988 | Craig Neff
A new law should restore fair play for women's athletics

March 21, 1988 | Gary Smith

March 21, 1988 | Edited by Gay Flood
RUSSELL VS. CHAMBERLAIN

March 21, 1988 | Franz Lidz
Financial analyst Karyn Marshall is a star weightlifter

March 21, 1988 | Chip Rowe
Being the last man on the league's worst team wasn't easy

March 21, 1988 | William Taaffe
CBS has made a good thing of the NCAA draw

March 21, 1988 | Compiled by Duncan Brantley
PRO BASKETBALL—The Los Angeles Lakers, the Pacific Division leaders, who had won 82% of their games this season, began the week in familiar fashion with victories over Philadelphia (110-104) and...

March 21, 1988
TERESA FRIEDRICHAURORA, COLO.Friedrich, a senior basketball forward at Evangel College in Springfield, Mo., broke the NAIA women's career total points record when she scored 33 in an 81-54 win...

March 21, 1988 | Curry Kirkpatrick
The author bares his heart as the NCAAs get under way