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July 24, 1995 Table Of Contents

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Golf

THE ADVENTURE OF THE TREACHEROUS TRAPS DR. WATSON TELLS OF HIS TRIP TO ST. ANDREWS WITH SHERLOCK HOLMES 100 YEARS AGO

By Merrell Noden

By Mark Mulvoy

A MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH LITTLE-KNOWN SWEDE ANNIKA SORENSTAM MADE THE WOMEN'S OPEN HER FIRST PRO VICTORY IN THE U.S.

By John Garrity

Golf Plus

HEAVY DUTY AS CORPULENT COLIN MONTGOMERIE LEARNED AT THE SCOTTISH OPEN, LIVING UP TO ONE'S OWN EXPECTATIONS, AND THOSE OF A NATION AS WELL, CAN BE A WEIGHTY MATTER

By Tim Rosaforte

EDITED BY Franz Lidz AND Christian Stone

SWEAT EQUITY J.C. SNEAD HAD TO BEAT THE HEAT, AND JACK NICKLAUS, TO REDEEM HIMSELF IN THE SENIOR PLAYERS

By William F. Reed

A DAY AT THE RACES FOR NASCAR'S GROWING MULTITUDES THERE ARE 33 PILGRIMAGES THIS YEAR TO SHRINES WHERE SPEED AND COMPANY LOGOS ARE VENERATED

By Michael Silver

MAJOR HURDLE TO OVERCOME A HISTORY OF FAILURE IN THE PGA CHAMPIONSHIP, BYRON NELSON HAD TO BEAT A MAN WITH A PAST

By Walter Bingham

Baseball

Martinez Mania

Ramon's no-hitter is the latest feat by one of the myriad Martinezes who are having stellar seasons

By Tom Verducci

Departments

Pro Football

LUCKLESS IN SEATTLE A SUCCESSION OF OFF-FIELD CRISES HAS MADE THE SEAHAWKS THE NFL'S MOST TROUBLED TEAM

By Johnette Howard

THE AUTHOR FINDS OUT FIRSTHAND WHY THE ROAD HOLE AT ST. ANDREWS, SITE OF THIS WEEK'S BRITISH OPEN, IS THE WORLD'S HARDEST PAR-4

By Rick Reilly

By Tim Kurkjian

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BABYING HIMSELF STAR RUNNER MARSHALL FAULK OF THE COLTS HAS RUSHED TO THE PLACE WHERE HE'S MOST COMFORTABLE-- THE LAP OF LUXURY

By John Ed Bradley

FEAR STRIKES BACK AN ALL-STAR PLAYER DESCRIBES THE HORROR OF BEING HIT IN THE HEAD BY A BIG LEAGUE FASTBALL

By Kevin Seitzer