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May 13, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

QUIET KILLER UNASSUMING MARK BROOKS LET HIS DEADLY SHORT GAME DO THE TALKING IN HOUSTON

By Jaime Diaz

A KID IN CONTROL AT THE TITLEHOLDERS, ROOKIE KARRIE WEBB PROVED SHE'S NOW THE PLAYER TO BEAT

By Tim Rosaforte

FALDO'S NEW BALL

By Tim Rosaforte

ABSENCE OF MALICE NO HARD FEELINGS, BUT VALERIE HELMBRECK WILL SKIP THE LPGA CHAMPIONSHIP

By Amy Nutt

TIGER'S RECORD DAY TIGER'S 61

By Rick Lipsey

Books

SHARP EYE IN A SIMPLER TIME GEORGE BRACE'S ELEGANT PHOTOGRAPHS CAPTURE THE GOLDEN ERA OF BASEBALL

By Mark Mandernach

Hockey

HONEYMOON IN VEGAS CHRIS MCSORLEY LOVES COACHING THE THUNDER, BUT HE WANTS TO SETTLE DOWN IN THE NHL

By Evan Kanew

MANO A MANO JAROMIR JAGR AND MARK MESSIER WERE THE MAIN MEN AS PITTSBURGH AND NEW YORK TRADED PLAYOFF WINS

By Michael Farber

First Person

MORE THAN A 12-STEP PROGRAM EVEN WITHOUT KING KONG, THE RACE UP THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING WAS A BEAST

By Michael Finkel

Badminton

THE MOTHER OF ALL STREAKS MILLER PLACE HIGH HAS NEVER LOST A SCHOLASTIC MATCH--THAT'S RIGHT, NEVER

By Jim Harmon

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

A CHAMP'S CHAMPION

By Sally Jenkins EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

RINGING 'EM UP

By Alan Shipnuck EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

Kentucky Derby

COMING THROUGH GRINDSTONE MADE THE RIGHT MOVES AT THE RIGHT TIMES TO WIN THE KENTUCKY DERBY BY A NOSE

By William Nack

NBA Playoffs

OH, MY ACHIN' BACK! IT WAS THE KNICKS WHO WERE HURTING AS MICHAEL JORDAN OVERCAME SPASMS TO SCORE 44 POINTS

By Steve Rushin

TALK SHOW LOQUACIOUS GARY PAYTON LED THE CHARGE AS SEATTLE TOOK A 2-0 LEAD OVER HOUSTON

By Phil Taylor

Baseball

RUNS RAMPANT VIKINGS-LIONS? NO, TWINS-TIGERS. BASEBALL IS NOW SO EXPLOSIVE, MANAGERS HAVE THROWN AWAY THE BOOK

By Tom Verducci

CATCH A RISING STAR MIKE PIAZZA, THE HARD-HITTING RECEIVER OF THE LOS ANGELES DODGERS, MAY NOT BE OSCAR MATERIAL, BUT HE'S AUDITIONING FOR AN MVP

By Richard Hoffer

PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACH DID MOURNING'S POOR POSTSEASON HURT HIS VALUE? BUCKS MIGHT CALL THE DOC

By Jackie MacMullan

THE ORIOLES' ANDERSON IS HOMERING AT A RECORD PACE UNEXPECTED COMEBACKS OF ELSTER, GUZMAN AND DAVIS

By Tim Kurkjian

Pro Football

MIAMI HEAT JIMMY JOHNSON IS WASTING NO TIME, AND SHOWING NO MERCY, IN REBUILDING THE DOLPHINS

By S.L. Price

Education

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER NEW FLORIDA GRAD EMMITT SMITH IS AMONG A GROWING NUMBER OF ATHLETES WHO HAVE GONE BACK TO COLLEGE TO EARN THEIR DEGREES

By Jack McCallum

Olympics [bonus Piece]

LEAP OF FAITH ONCE SUNDAYS WERE NO LONGER SACROSANCT, ENGLAND'S JONATHAN EDWARDS EXPLODED INTO THE GREATEST TRIPLE JUMPER IN HISTORY

By Tim Layden

THE AGE OF INNOCENTS TO AVOID METAL DETECTORS AND OTHER TEENAGE HASSLES, SCHOOLBOY STARS SHOULD JOIN THE NBA

By Leigh Montville

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