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July 3, 1995 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

THE SHARK RESURFACES JUST WHEN IT LOOKED AS IF GREG NORMAN WAS GOING TO LOSE THE GREATER HARTFORD OPEN, HE BIT BACK

By Gerry Callahan

By Mark Mulvoy

DOUBTING THOMAS FRANK THOMAS OF THE USGA IS SKEPTICAL ABOUT CLAIMS THAT MODERN EQUIPMENT IS RUINING THE GAME

By Jaime Diaz

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Christian Stone

THE FAME GAME DID BETSY KING HAVE TO WIN THE SHOPRITE CLASSIC TO GET THE RECOGNITION SHE DESERVES?

By John Garrity

SWEPT AWAY

THE SURPRISING DEVILS CRUSHED THE FAVORED RED WINGS FOUR GAMES TO NONE TO WIN THEIR FIRST STANLEY CUP

By Michael Farber

Pro Football

JUST MOVE, BABY AL DAVIS LEFT L.A. TO RETURN HIS RAIDERS TO OAKLAND AND, HE HOPES, TO GLORY

By Austin Murphy AND Michael Silver

Rugby

BOK TO THE FUTURE WITH A UNITED NATION CHEERING, SOUTH AFRICA'S SPRINGBOKS WON A STIRRING WORLD CUP CHAMPIONSHIP

By E.M. Swift

Boxing

SECOND CHANCE MIKE TYSON DESERVES ONE IN THE RING, BUT WHETHER HE AGAIN MERITS THE PUBLIC'S ESTEEM IS ANOTHER MATTER

By Steve Rushin AND Sonja Steptoe SPECIAL REPORTING BY Evan Kanew

DOWN AND WAY OUT ON LAND, SEA AND AIR, FACING QUESTIONS ABOUT THEIR SANITY BUT NONE ABOUT THEIR COURAGE, EXTREME SPORT ATHLETES TAKE THEIR RIDES ON THE WILD SIDE

By Richard Hoffer

MERE CHILD'S PLAY ROCKIES FANS LOVE THE LITTLE KID LURKING IN THE BODY OF THE HOT-HITTING DANTE BICHETTE

By Tim Kurkjian

BEATEN TO THE PUNCH VINNY PAZIENZA FAILED TO SURVIVE EVEN THE MERCIFUL POUNDING DELIVERED BY ROY JONES JR.

By Richard Hoffer

By Tim Kurkjian

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WELCOME ELECTRONIC TO THE ARENA THE DIGITAL AGE IS UPON US, AND THE SPORTING WORLD WILL NEVER BE THE SAME

By Donald Katz

NAVIGATING THE WEB

By Mark McClusky

AN OLYMPIAN ACHIEVEMENT ANYONE WHO CAN COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FOR TICKETS TO THE '96 GAMES DESERVES A MEDAL

By Leigh Montville

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