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March 4, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

HEAVY DUTY WHEN RIVIERA GOT ROUGH, IT FIGURED THAT A VETERAN LIKE CRAIG STADLER WAS ABLE TO HANG TOUGH

By Jaime Diaz

LIGHTS! CAMERAS! FORE! FUNNY THINGS ALWAYS SEEM TO HAPPEN WHEN GOLF GOES HOLLYWOOD

By Walter Bingham

A WISER NICK PRICE WON'T FALL INTO THE SAME TRAP THAT HE DID LAST YEAR WATSON EXPLAINS SEVE GETS AN EXTRA PICK

By Tim Rosaforte

THE TOUR'S MISSION IMPOSSIBLE HOW DO YOU GET THE GAME'S STARS TO COME OUT WHEN THEY MAKE MORE BY PLAYING LESS?

By Jaime Diaz

THE FINLEY HE KNEW

By Ron Fimrite EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

Skating

SWITCH BLADER IN-LINE CHAMP KC BOUTIETTE TOOK TO THE ICE WITH EASE

By Julian Rubinstein

Environment

FRIENDS OF A LIVING FOSSIL CONCERN FOR LAKE STURGEON SPAWNED A WISCONSIN GROUP TO PROTECT THEM

By Robert H. Boyle

Pro Basketball

Tricks of the Trade

With elbows and erudition, Dennis Rodman of Chicago rules over NBA rebounders

By Phil Taylor

Baseball

NOW HEAR THIS FOR SOME PLAYERS THE SPRING IS EARMARKED FOR FUN AND GAMES, BUT MOST TEAMS ARE ATTENDING TO SERIOUS QUESTIONS THAT NEED TO BE ANSWERED

By Tim Kurkjian

College Basketball

TOP GUN IN A CONFERENCE FULL OF HIGH-FLYING SHOOTERS, UCONN'S RAY ALLEN HAS PUT TOGETHER A SEASON THAT MAKES HIM THE BIG EAST'S

By Alexander Wolff

Pro Football

PAUP FICTION BUFFALO'S BRYCE PAUP, NFL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR AND SACK LEADER, HAD TO COOK UP A BUZZ-CUT, TOUGH-GUY DEMEANOR TO OFFSET A FAMILY-MAN IMAGE

By Austin Murphy

Horse Racing

FRIVOLOUS YOUTH BUILT FOR PLEASURE, AT 143-1, MADE A MOCKERY OF DERBY PROSPECTS IN THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

By William F. Reed

HEAT TRADES: FOR LOVE OR MONEY? LAETTNER FLIES SOUTH FOX FOCUSED AFTER TREATMENT FOR ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER

By Jackie MacMullan

GEORGE WASHINGTON ENDS UMASS'S BID FOR AN UNBEATEN SEASON UNSUNG STARS LEFTY'S LAST RIDE?

By John Feinstein

Boxing [bonus Piece]

DARK DAYS A YEAR AFTER NEARLY BEING KILLED IN THE RING, FORMER CHAMP GERALD MCCLELLAN IS BLIND, OBLIVIOUS AND BUFFETED BY THE FEUDING AROUND HIM

By Richard Hoffer

ABANDONED IN CYBERSPACE IT DOESN'T COMPUTE: COLLEGE COACHES CAN TALK FOR DOUGH, BUT PLAYERS MAY NOT SPEAK FREELY

By Alexander Wolff

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