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July 17, 1995 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

BEWARE THE FORCE BILLY MAYFAIR WON THE WESTERN OPEN BY AVOIDING THE EERIE PITFALLS THAT BEFELL HIS COMPETITORS

By Jaime Diaz

EDITED BY Franz Lidz AND Christian Stone

OUT OF THE WOODS A RESTED TIGER IS HUNGRY ONCE MORE.

By Jaime Diaz

CORRECT COURSE TOM WEISKOPF'S SENIOR OPEN WIN WILL NOT DIVERT HIM FROM THE BUSINESS OF COURSE DESIGN

By John Garrity

QUALITY WINS WIMBLEDON'S FRACTIOUS FORTNIGHT DREW TO A CLOSE WITH ORDER RESTORED BY PETE SAMPRAS AND STEFFI GRAF

By Sally Jenkins

SAINTS ALIVE! OLD TOM MORRIS IS BUT ONE OF MANY LEGENDS ENCOUNTERED NEAR THE OLD COURSE AT ST. ANDREWS

By John Garrity

By Tim Rosaforte

THE BIG BOYS AND THE LITTLE BALL AT THE CELEBRITY CHAMPIONSHIP JOCKS LIKE JOHN ELWAY GAVE THE GAME A GREAT ENDORSEMENT

By Jaime Diaz

ROAD WARRIOR MICHAEL SCHUMACHER HAS MADE A SPLASH AS THE WORLD'S TOP RACER, DESPITE HIS BATTLES WITH FORMULA ONE LEADERSHIP

By Ed Hinton

TIGHTLY FOCUSED FOR MIAMI DOLPHIN COACH DON SHULA AND HIS QUARTERBACK DAN MARINO, IT MAY BE 1995 OR NEVER

By Johnette Howard

By Tim Kurkjian

Tennis

THE RETURN FOR TWO YEARS MONICA SELES HAS SUFFERED IN SILENCE ON THE SIDELINES OF THE GAME SHE LOVES. NOW SHE'S READY TO GET BACK ONTO THE COURT--AND TO DISCUSS THE DEMONS THAT HAVE BESET HER

By S.L. Price

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POINT OF VIEW WHILE GOLFING GREAT TOM WATSON REMAINS A HERO ON THE COURSE, HIS WAY OF LOOKING AT THE WORLD AND HIS PENCHANT FOR SPEAKING OUT HAVE TURNED HIM INTO A HEAVY OFF IT

By John Garrity

MAGIC'S REAPPEARING ACT EARVIN JOHNSON HAS A RIGHT TO ANOTHER NBA COMEBACK--BUT IS IT RIGHT FOR HIM?

By Phil Taylor