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March 18, 1996 Table Of Contents

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College Basketball

PERFECT COURTSHIP SAN FRANCISCO BOASTS THE NCAA'S ONLY HUSBAND-AND-WIFE COACHING TEAM

By Stacey Colino

A METHOD TO THE MADNESS AN INSIDER'S GUIDE TO THE NCAAS

By Alexander Wolff

Golf Plus

BABY BOOMER TIM HERRON WAS LONG ON DISTANCE AND SHORT ON ROOKIE ERRORS IN HIS FIRST TOUR WIN

By Tim Rosaforte

By Bill Colson

LOVE THE U.S.? THAT'S A MAORI

By Robinson Holloway

CHECK OUT CEJKA ALEXANDER CEJKA, A CZECH WITH ROOTS IN THE COLD WAR, HOPES TO HEAT UP THE EUROPEAN TOUR

By Jaime Diaz

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

WHEN CURTIS GETS HECKLED, IT'S FALDO TO THE RESCUE AUTOGRAPHS: INAUSPICIOUS SIGNS

By Robinson Holloway

VIVA LAS VEGAS UNLV AIMS HIGH

By Christian Stone

THE HANDS OF HANS WERE CRUCIAL

By Robert H. Boyle EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

IS DOLE OUT OF THE WOODS?

By Christian Stone

College Hockey

ICE IN HER VEINS HARD WORK AND HEREDITY HAVE MADE MEAGHAN SITTLER THE TOP WOMEN'S PLAYER

By Christian Stone

Yesterday

A SHOT TO REMEMBER ERNIE CALVERLEY'S BUZZER-BEATER IN THE '46 NIT WAS THE GREATEST HAIL MARY OF ALL

By Jack Cavanaugh

Swimming

MAKING A SPLASH THE OLYMPIC SWIM TRIALS WERE AWASH IN COURAGE, CONTROVERSY AND COMEBACKS

By Leigh Montville

Departments

Golf

NO MORE DISGUISES MUFFIN SPENCER-DEVLIN STANDS TALL IN HER CHOSEN ROLE: THE FIRST LPGA PLAYER TO DECLARE SHE'S GAY

By John Garrity AND Amy Nutt

Pro Football

ON THE ROCKS IT'S GOOD THAT RANDALL CUNNINGHAM NOW HAS A MARBLE AND GRANITE SHOP, BECAUSE EMPLOYMENT AS A STARTING QUARTERBACK MAY BE OVER

By Peter King

Hockey

THE RED ARMY POWERED BY FIVE RUSSIANS, DETROIT IS VANQUISHING FOES AT A RECORD PACE

By Michael Farber

THE PACERS' MILLER MULLS A MOVE HAWKINS IS GETTING IN GEAR WITH THE SONICS WATCHING PIPPEN'S BACK

By Jackie MacMullan

A LAST LOOK BACK BEFORE MARCH MADNESS ENGULFS US COMPLETELY, LET'S NOT FORGET THOSE WHO MADE THE REGULAR SEASON MEMORABLE

By John Feinstein

Baseball [bonus Piece]

A Real Cutup

Seattle Mariners Slugger Jay Buhner May Look like a Fiend, But He's Actually a Fun-loving, Fan-friendly Star with Only One Revolting Habit

By Gerry Callahan

'TOO ROUGH, TOO SEVERE' AT 65, PETE CARRIL FOUND HE HAD LOST TOUCH WITH THE COLLEGE SCENE

By Alexander Wolff