updated 01/30/1984 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 01/30/1984 AT 01:00 AM EST
John McEnroe was on his best behavior during a doubles match in New York's Madison Square Garden, but that didn't prevent a pint-size patrol car from interrupting his game. When the remote-control vehicle came screeching onto the court during a break in the match, McEnroe good-naturedly chased it down. Jimmy Connors, who was at courtside waiting to play a singles match, was the alleged perpetrator. (The car belongs to his 4-year-old son, Brett.) McEnroe, with partner Peter Fleming, went on to win the $34,000 doubles title at the year's Volvo Masters tournament, as well as the $100,000 singles title.
Normally publicity-shy, Caroline Kennedy, 26, appeared at an L.A. television critics' meeting to promote a new video—not that Michael Jackson should worry. To Caroline, MTV means Museum Television: For the past three years, she has toiled in the film and television office of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Caroline coordinated production of New World Visions, a two-part series about American design, architecture and art, which will air on PBS in May. Of Caroline's contribution to the project, an associate reports, "She did what all coordinating producers do—which is everything."