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June 3, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

ONE MORE BRIDGE TO CROSS MARK O'MEARA PASSED YET ANOTHER MONEY MILESTONE, BUT HIS QUEST IS FOR A MAJOR

By Robinson Holloway

MIND GAME FOR MIKE STANDLY, ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER IS A VERY REAL HAZARD

By Sally Jenkins

HOT SHOT AFTER WINNING AN NCAA TITLE FOR HERSELF, ARIZONA'S MARISA BAENA WON ONE FOR THE TEAM

By Shelley Smith

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

THE PITINO DERBY

By JACKIE MACMULLEN EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

BASEBALL'S LOSS

By Kostya Kennedy EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

WILL JOHN DALY TAME OAKLAND HILLS WITH HIS DRIVING IRON? THE COMPASS CAPER LANGER'S STREAK ENDS

By Tim Rosaforte

SLANEY: STILL IN THE RACE

By Tim Layden EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

THE BEST EATS ON TOUR

By Robinson Holloway

Motor Sports

Sunday Drivers

A wreck from the get-go, the CART-backed U.S. 500 did little damage to the Indy 500's reputation

By Ed Hinton

Essay

WHO STOLE THE SHOW? INDY IS ONE OF MANY GREAT SPORTING SPECTACLES DESECRATED BY THOSE CHASING THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR

By Steve Rushin

NBA Playoffs

WHEN IT COUNTS PLAYING BY THE NUMBERS, THE SEATTLE SUPERSONICS SEEMED ABOUT TO ADD UTAH TO THEIR TALLY OF VICTIMS

By Tim Crothers

GORED BY THE BULLS ORLANDO NOT ONLY GOT SWEPT BY CHICAGO IN THE EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS BUT ALSO FOUND ITSELF ON THE HORNS OF A DILEMMA ABOUT ITS FUTURE

By Phil Taylor

Departments

Baseball

ARMED AND DANGEROUS THE PITCHING-POOR TIGERS, LOSERS OF 31 OF THEIR LAST 35 AT WEEK'S END, ARE THREATENING TO SET NEW STANDARDS OF FUTILITY

By Gerry Callahan

Olympics

WRESTLEMANIA THE BRANDS TWINS, WHO LIVE TO INFLICT PAIN ON THE MAT, ARE ON TRACK FOR THE ATLANTA OLYMPICS

By Franz Lidz

Pro Football

WHITE TORNADO AL DAVIS IS STILL CUTTING A DESTRUCTIVE SWATH AS THE RAIDERS TRY TO REVIVE THEIR PROUD HERITAGE

By Michael Silver

WHY MOVING RIPKEN TO THIRD WOULD BE AN ERROR BY THE ORIOLES REMEMBERING SHARPERSON ABBOTT'S PLIGHT

By Tim Kurkjian

Basketball [bonus Piece]

PRISONERS OF WAR NINE YEARS AGO, AS YUGOSLAVS AND FRIENDS, THEY BEAT THE U.S. TO WIN THE WORLD JUNIOR BASKETBALL TITLE. NOW, AS BOSNIANS, CROATS AND SERBS, THEY'RE STILL STARS--BUT POLITICS HAS DRIVEN THEM APART

By Alexander Wolff

BURIED IN THE AVALANCHE THE SUCCESS OF COLORADO'S NEW NHL TEAM HAS THIS DENVERITE--AND A LOT OF OTHERS--SNOWED

By Rick Reilly