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July 10, 1995 Table Of Contents

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First Person

A CARD-CARRYING KOOSMANIAC THE AUTHOR HAS A HOLD ON THE MOST VALUABLE STANDARD-ISSUE CARD SINCE 1955

By Bruce Anderson

Golf Plus

OUT TO PASTURE UNTIL KEN GREEN NEARLY WON THE FEDEX CLASSIC, THAT'S WHERE HE, JODIE MUDD AND IAN BAKER-FINCH SEEMED TO BE HEADED

By Tim Rosaforte

GET ME OUTTA HERE WATCHING THE GOLF CHANNEL FOR 48 STRAIGHT HOURS WAS NEARLY THE UNDOING OF THE AUTHOR

By Austin Murphy

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Christian Stone

By Tim Rosaforte

FRIENDLY RIVALS BYRON NELSON GOT ANOTHER WIN, AT THE VICTORY NATIONAL OPEN, BUT HIS PAL JUG MCSPADEN MADE HIM WORK FOR IT

By Walter Bingham

Baseball

THE PLAY'S THE THING FANS WHO BOYCOTT THE BALLPARK ARE MISSING SURPRISING DEVELOPMENTS ON THE FIELD

By Tom Verducci

FULL HOUSE WITH SELLOUT CROWDS AND THE BEST TEAM IN THE GAME, CLEVELAND IS THE MAJOR LEAGUE HOT SPOT

By Tim Crothers

THE BAD NEWS WITH CROWDS DOWN, THE OWNERS ARE SPLIT ON HOW TOUGH TO BE WHEN MEETINGS WITH THE PLAYERS RESUME

By Tom Verducci

Departments

Golf

FREE AT LAST IN WINNING THE SENIOR OPEN, TOM WEISKOPF BANISHED TWO DECADES OF DEMONS AND ONE VERY OLD FOE

By Jaime Diaz

LAST STAND THE GOAL FOR 41-YEAR-OLD TACKLE JACKIE SLATER IS TO RETURN FOR HIS 20TH SEASON WITH THE RAMS

By Paul Zimmerman

FIRST STEPS FOR JACKSONVILLE AND ITS FIRST DRAFT PICK, TACKLE TONY BOSELLI, LIFE IN THE NFL IS JUST BEGINNING

By Jill Lieber

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A HOUSE DIVIDED GRAVELY THREATENED BY CASINO GAMBLING, HORSE RACING CAN'T DECIDE WHETHER TO RUN WITH ITS RIVAL OR STAY ON A DIFFERENT TRACK

By William Nack

BRIDESMAID REVISITED THE AUTHOR DROPS IN ON GREG NORMAN, THE POOR SOD WHO KEEPS FINISHING SECOND IN THE MAJORS

By Rick Reilly