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April 18, 1994 Table Of Contents

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Track And Field

Long May They Run

A hundred years of Riggy, wooooo and digging clams at the Penn Relays

By Merrell Noden

The Masters

Olè! Olè!

Josè María Olazàbal of Spain reigned at the Masters to become the sixth European winner in seven years

By Rick Reilly

SI's 40th Anniversary

You're All Right, Jack

This SI Classic from 1975 recounts how Jack Nicklaus fended off Tom Weiskopf and Johnny Miller to win his fifth Masters

By Dan Jenkins


Surprise, Surprise, Surprise

Opening Week glittered with unlikely heroes, none more stunning than Atlanta's Kent Mercker, who tossed a no-hitter

By Tim Kurkjian

Hockey And Hoops

No Fun In Philly

For four dreary days the Flyers and the Sixers played out the string at the Spectrum

By Leigh Montville

Miami Football

Hurricane Warning

The handwriting on the wall in Miami says that college football's baddest bunch just doesn't live here anymore

By S.L. Price

Sports People

Jeremy Fischer

By Shelley Smith

Jeffrey Lurie

By Peter King

Irbe & Ozolinsh

By Austin Murphy

Time in a Bottle

After 42 years of alcohol abuse, a legendary ballplayer describes his life of self-destructive behavior and hopes his recovery will finally make him a true role model.

By Mickey Mantle

Horse Racing

How the West Was Won

Brocco's victory at Santa Anita turned the subject to roses

By William Nack



By Tim Kurkjian

Point After

Scalp Treatment

Face it, Final Four tickets can't be had without a shakedown

By Rick Telander



By Mark Mulvoy




Edited by Richard O'Brien