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April 15, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

LAST TO FIRST PAUL STANKOWSKI, ATLANTA'S FINAL ALTERNATE, WON A TRIP TO AUGUSTA

By Ed Hinton

A RARE BIRD JACK NICKLAUS WON HIS 100TH CAREER TITLE WITH THE HELP OF AN ALBATROSS

By John Garrity

AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE CHAMPIONS' DRESSING ROOM AT THE MASTERS PRICE'S PUTTING PROBLEM WEISKOPF'S OUT

By Tim Rosaforte

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

RE-POE MEN

By Kostya Kennedy EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

Basketball

HOOPING IT UP ENTERTAINER BOB NICKERSON MIXES EXPERT JUGGLING WITH EXCRUCIATING JOKES

By Franz Lidz

Books

TURN OF THE CENTURY TWO NEW VOLUMES CELEBRATE THE FIRST 100 YEARS OF THE BOSTON MARATHON

By Walter Bingham

Pro Basketball

Bull Run

Matchless at home, Michael Jordan & Co. proved they are road warriors, too, beating the Magic in Orlando

By Phil Taylor

Soccer

Goal-Poor

Major League Soccer promised U.S. fans high-scoring games but kicked off its season with a quiet night in the nets

By Austin Murphy

Departments

Baseball

LEAVING LAS VEGAS HAVING PLAYED SIX GAMES IN THE CASINO CAPITAL, THE A'S WERE GLAD TO ESCAPE WITHOUT LOSING THEIR SHIRTS

By Gerry Callahan

Hockey

LOOKING FOR REDEMPTION THE PHILADELPHIA FLYERS HAVE THE TALENT TO CONTEND FOR THE STANLEY CUP, BUT CAN MALIGNED GOALIE RON HEXTALL PUT THEM OVER THE TOP?

By Michael Farber

Boxing

Gritty Woman

Christy Martin is knocking down stereotypes even as she refuses to champion the cause of women in the ring

By Richard Hoffer

THOMAS AND MCHALE GO AT IT ONCE AGAIN BARRY IS PUSHED TO THE EDGE DRAFT HOPEFULS ON THE RISE

By Jackie MacMullan

WEATHERING A MISERABLE OPENING WEEK A STORM OF OFFENSE IN BOTH LEAGUES OZZIE'S STILL SHINING

By Tim Kurkjian

Golf [bonus Piece]

ON TOP OF THE WORLD GREG NORMAN, THE BEST GOLFER ON EARTH, ISN'T HAPPY UNLESS HE'S RACING THROUGH LIFE AT THE SPEED OF AN F-14

By Rick Reilly

A FLEETING GLIMPSE OF THE PAST WITH A RARE WIN, CARL LEWIS GAVE HOPE, ALBEIT FAINT, THAT HE'LL FIND HIS RIGHTFUL PLACE IN HISTORY

By Tim Layden