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Games

An Art Course for the Masses

An artist-designed miniature golf course will be touring nationally

By Candace Putnam

Upsets

Poll Vaulting

There's an upsetting trend in college ball this season, and it's proving disastrous for No. 1 teams

By Alexander Wolff

A Picture of Parity

By Ned Zeman

The Kerrigan Assault

Anatomy Of a Plot

Even in their version of events—which differs from Tonya Harding's—the confessed conspirators in the Nancy Kerrigan assault were at once goons and buffoons

By E.M. Swift

Golf

Aged To a Tee

Johnny Miller made broadcast news at 46 in the AT&T

By Rick Reilly

Sarajevo Revisited

The Killing Ground

Sarajevo once held the sweetest Olympic Games in the author's memory, but now it stages bloodbaths

By William Oscar Johnson

Swimsuits '94

OFF THE DEEP END

Seduced by the sparkle of those turquoise waters, America has fallen head over heels in love with the swimming pool

By Bruce Newman

THE BLACK-LINE BLUES

With the first million laps behind him, the author has a good shot at circumnavigating the globe. Totally awesome!

By Gilbert Rogin

EVERYBODY INTO THE POOL

By Jule Campbell

SUPERMODEL CONFIDENTIAL

Angie Everhart is really a redhead, loves her little white dog and has stamina to burn. Just ask the author, who for three days shared the fast lane with her

By Kelly Whiteside

High School People

Jawauna McMullen

By Beth Schmidt

Mark Smith

By Kelly Whiteside

Kristin Folkl

By Julie Hanna

Andy Benes

the SURVIVAL GAME

In paint ball or baseball, San Diego Padre pitcher Andy Benes is a wanted man

By Kelly Whiteside

Emmitt Smith

A Man Of VISION

Emmitt Smith's X-ray eyes have led to more MVP honors than even he could have seen coming

By Leigh Montville

SI 40th Anniversary

O Unlucky Man

This SI Classic, reprinted from February 1991, tells the tale of Sonny Liston, upon whom fortune never smiled, even when he was the heavyweight champ

By William Nack

Dick Baldwin

A Life in the Shadows

Since 1947 Dick Baldwin has shunned the big time to coach small-college hoops in upstate New York

By Alexander Wolff

Inside

College Football

By John Walters

The NBA

By Phil Taylor

Point After

What's the Net Worth?

Certainly not $90 million, if you're talking about Derrick Coleman of the New Jersey Nets

By Phil Taylor

Departments

TO OUR READERS

By Mark Mulvoy

Letters

FACES IN THE CROWD

Scorecard

Edited by Jack McCallum