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Watery Grave
INVITATION TO A WATERY GRAVE
Most pros agree that the 18th at Doral is a killer, the toughest finishing hole on the tour, and last week it proved just as lethal as ever—except to Hubie Green
MAKING SURE OF A SURE THING
Heavily favored Iowa, led by 150-pounder Chuck Yagla, who was named the tournament's outstanding wrestler, did even better than predicted in winning its second straight NCAA championship
NCAA Preview
'Tennis Everyone'
TV/Radio
College Basketball
Boating
'In my strategy, I have given up sinking'
So says one intrepid offshore powerboat racer, a soul mate of restaurateur Rocky Aoki, who took last week's Bushmills Grand Prix at Newport Beach, Calif. The new kid on the briny, Aoki is a racer who sinks or wins
Tennis
Court case for détente
World Team Tennis ventured to Moscow to open a five-match series with the Soviet Union. The net result was a U.S. win, a Russian grin
The Winner
THE WINNER WHO WALKED AWAY
A growing awareness of death rode with Phil Hill when he drove his Ferrari world championship in 1961, but in the self-examination of retirement he feels the fascination of racing's fatal spell
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
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