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August 21, 1995 Table Of Contents

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Baseball

INTO THE WOODS JON MOYER'S CUSTOM-MADE KC SLAMMER IS BECOMING A MAJOR LEAGUE HIT

By Jack Cavanaugh

The Legacy of the Last Great Player on the Last Great Team

By Richard Hoffer

THE WILD-CARD CRUNCH PLAYERS HAVE CAUGHT THE FEVER, BUT THIS NEW KIND OF PENNANT RACE IS PERPLEXING

By Tom Verducci

Golf Plus

IN HIS DREAMS EASYGOING FRED COUPLES HAS VISIONS OF REGAINING HIS OLD FORM BUT NOT HIS OLD FAME

By Tim Rosaforte

By Mark Mulvoy

ON TO OAK HILL! AFTER AN 11TH-HOUR MIRACLE AND A CAPTAIN'S MIGRAINE, THE U.S. RYDER CUP TEAM IS READY FOR ROCHESTER

By Jaime Diaz

EDITED BY Franz Lidz AND Kostya Kennedy

A DAY AT THE RANGE

SHORT AND SWEET THE 10TH HOLE AT RIVIERA IS A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF HOW A TINY PAR-4 CAN FORCE A PLAYER TO MAKE A BIG DECISION

By John Garrity

THE WESTSIDE SIX IN LOS ANGELES THERE ARE ONLY A HALF DOZEN OASES WHERE THE RICH AND FAMOUS DO GOLF

By Alan Shipnuck

By Tim Rosaforte

THE TALK OF THE TOUR

By Rick Reilly

OH, BROTHER WIDE-EYED KELLI KUEHNE EXORCISED A FAMILY DEMON BY WINNING THE U.S. WOMEN'S AMATEUR

By Amy Nutt

IT'S TIME TO CHANGE "TO CEASE BEING THE MINOR MAJOR, THE PGA SHOULD GO BACK TO MATCH PLAY."

By Jaime Diaz

Focus

TREK STAR HIKER-PHILOSOPHER WARREN DOYLE JR. IS AN INSTITUTION ON THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL

By Tom Dunkel

Golf

DRIVING DOWNTOWN CHICAGO IS HOME TO THE FIRST GOLF COURSE IN THE HEART OF A U.S. CITY

By Marty Burns

NOTHING TO SNEEZE AT STEVE ELKINGTON OVERCAME ALLERGIES AND MADE HAY ON THE GREENS TO WIN THE PGA CHAMPIONSHIP

By Rick Reilly

Departments

Track And Field

SUPER MICHAEL MICHAEL JOHNSON CONQUERED THE WORLDS WITH THREE BLAZING GOLD MEDAL RUNS

By Kenny Moore

Pro Football

UP IN THE AIR AFTER A DISMAL OFF-SEASON, THE TROUBLED AFC CHAMPION SAN DIEGO CHARGERS CAN'T SEEM TO FIND THEIR FEET

By Peter King

Boxing [bonus Piece]

THE BIG QUESTION ACTUALLY THERE ARE THREE: WHO IS MIKE TYSON THESE DAYS? DOES HE HAVE ANYTHING LEFT? WILL THIS FIGHT PROVE ANYTHING?

By Richard Hoffer

THE WRONG ANSWER

By GERRY CALAHAN

By Tim Kurkjian

THE MAN BEHIND THE FARAWAY EYES "MICKEY MANTLE WAS A COUNTRY BOY, AND COUNTRY PEOPLE TEND TO DISLIKE PUSHY STRANGERS."

By Robert Creamer