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March 11, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

STARTING OVER IN GOLF OR IN LOVE, NICK FALDO IS NOT AFRAID TO BEGIN ANEW, NO MATTER THE CONSEQUENCES

By Sally Jenkins

REMOTE CONTROL JUSTIN LEONARD HAS HIMSELF PROGRAMMED FOR A SUCCESSFUL CAREER ON THE PGA TOUR

By Sally Jenkins

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

PERFECTION IS HARD TO FOLLOW

By Dana Gelin EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

TEES PRODUCING THE GAME'S MOST HUMBLE TOOL IS A MATTER OF PRIDE, AND GREAT SECRECY

By Amy Nutt

ALTERNATE REALITY LIFE FOR PROS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PECKING ORDER CAN BE A NIGHTMARISH TRIP BETWEEN THE WORLDS OF THE PGA AND THE NIKE TOURS

By Alan Shipnuck

GREG NORMAN DOESN'T HOLD A GRUDGE AGAINST EAGLE TRACE WIEBE'S WICKED WORDS CALC'S IMPERFECT 10

By Tim Rosaforte

Hockey

King No More

By forcing Los Angeles to trade him, Wayne Gretzky escaped a losing team—but he also tarnished his image.

By Richard Hoffer

THE DYNAMIC DUO

By Michael Farber

Pro Football

FOR LOVE OF MONEY IN REJECTING THE STEELERS FOR THE JETS, NEIL O'DONNELL WENT FOR GOLD INSTEAD OF GLORY

By Peter King

Baseball

SECOND TIME AROUND PERSONAL CONCERNS DROVE RYNE SANDBERG TO QUIT. NOW, WITH A NEW WIFE AND A NEW OUTLOOK, HE'S BACK WITH THE CUBS

By Tom Verducci SPECIAL REPORTING BY Lester Munson

Golf

QUESTION OF BALANCE GREG NORMAN ALWAYS HAD ALL THE SHOTS, BUT HIS WIN AT DORAL PROVES HIS HEAD IS NOW IN THE GAME TOO

By Jaime Diaz

Pro Basketball

A REAL DOWNER WITH WAYWARD STAR GUARD ROD STRICKLAND IN REVOLT AGAINST COACH P.J. CARLESIMO AND THE TRAIL BLAZERS SUFFERING FROM CHRONIC FREE THROW FAILURE, PORTLAND IS IN DANGER OF DROPPING OUT OF THE RACE FOR A PLAYOFF BERTH

By Phil Taylor

Figure Skating

ON A ROLL THE ROAD TO THE TOP HAS BEEN ANYTHING BUT SMOOTH FOR RUDY GALINDO, U.S. FIGURE SKATING'S FIRST OPENLY GAY CHAMPION

By E.M. Swift

ROOKIE KEVIN GARNETT WOWS THE WOLVES JOHN STOCKTON IS THE COACHES' POINT OF CHOICE GREEN'S STREAK LIVES

By Jackie MacMullan

SURPRISING CYCLONES IOWA STATE IS THE BIG EIGHT SURPRISE

By John Feinstein

BABY BLUES DEAN SMITH HAS FOUND THAT FRESHMEN CAN DO MORE THAN HAUL BALL BAGS

By Tim Crothers

Medicine [bonus Piece]

THE HEART OF THE MATTER IN HIGHLY CONDITIONED ATHLETES, A BIG HEART--THE LITERAL, NOT THE METAPHORICAL KIND--IS A SIGN OF HEALTH AND POWER. BUT IN SOME CASES, IT CAN BE A DEADLY BURDEN, OFTEN TOO HEAVY TO BEAR

By David Noonan

IT'S QUITTIN' TIME! RUTGERS-CAMDEN TOOK THE EASY WAY OUT WHEN ITS LOSING STREAK HIT 108 GAMES

By Rick Reilly

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