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June 10, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Golf

BEAT THE CLOCK IT'S SPEED THAT MATTERS FOR MEMBERS OF THE FLYERS CLUB IN HANOVER, N.H.

By John GrossmanN

BACK IN THE SADDLE TOM WATSON REDISCOVERED HIS PUTTING STROKE AND ENDED A NINE-YEAR VICTORY DROUGHT, AT THE MEMORIAL

By Jaime Diaz

Golf Plus

SECOND COMING WITH HER DOUBLE IN THE WOMEN'S OPEN ANNIKA SORENSTAM INVITED COMPARISONS WITH ANOTHER BACK-TO-BACK OPEN CHAMP, BEN HOGAN

By Michael Bamberger

By Bill Colson

TIMELESS TRACK

By John Garrity

THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM NICK FALDO, OUR PICK TO WIN AT OAKLAND HILLS, ISN'T AFRAID TO CONTEMPLATE A GRAND SLAM

By Jaime Diaz

MADE TO MEASURE YARDOLOGIST GEORGE LUCAS HAS EVERY PLAYER ON THE TOUR GOING BY THE BOOK

By Rick Lipsey

NO WAY JOSE ARTHRITIS KEEPS JOSE MARIA OLAZABAL AT HOME AS ANOTHER MAJOR PASSES

By Jaime Diaz

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

FALL OF A GOLDEN GIRL

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

MAKING THE MONSTER IN 1951 TWO STRONG-WILLED MEN JOINED FORCES TO TURN OAKLAND HILLS INTO THE TOUGHEST OPEN VENUE EVER

By John Garrity

ALWAYS GAME GENE LITTLER TAMED THE MONSTER AT THE '61 OPEN, THEN FACED A STERNER TEST

By Ron Fimrite

IN HIS SIGHTS WITH AN EYE ON JACK NICKLAUS'S LEGACY, TIGER WOODS WON THE NCAA INDIVIDUAL TITLE

By William F. Reed

THE R&A REFUSES TO MAKE USGA PRESIDENT JUDY BELL A MEMBER FLOYD'S FREQUENT FLYING COUPLES REINJURED

By Tim Rosaforte

LADIES IN WAITING

By Amy Nutt

Viewpoint

A MODEST PROPOSAL IT'S TIME WOMEN BASKETBALL COACHES GOT THE CHANCE TO RUN MEN'S COLLEGE PROGRAMS

By Seth Davis

Mountaineering

FATAL ATTRACTION LIKE EVEREST, MOUNT MCKINLEY IS DEADLY BUT IRRESISTIBLE TO CLIMBERS

By Douglas Gantenbein

First Person

HOOP DREAM? DREAM ON THE AUTHOR HAD NO SHOT AT THE NBA, BUT THE LEAGUE INDULGED HIM--A LITTLE

By Jeff Pearlman

Books

IRON MEN OF THE STEEL CITY NEW VOLUMES ILLUMINATE THE LIVES OF BASEBALL LEGENDS HONUS WAGNER AND JOSH GIBSON

By Ron Fimrite

Focus

THE DUCK FAMILY WHEN IT COMES TO PAINTING WATERFOWL FOR STAMPS, THE HAUTMANS SOAR

By Tom Dunkel

Racquetball

THE KILLER SERVE THAT IS MICHELLE GOULD'S BIG WEAPON, AND VIRTUALLY NO OPPONENT SURVIVES IT

By Lisa Twyman BESSONE

NBA Playoffs

PRESSURE COOKER IN THE FINALS THE SONICS WILL FIND THAT NO TEAM TURNS UP THE HEAT ON DEFENSE THE WAY THE BULLS DO

By Phil Taylor

SEATTLE SLEW BETTER LATE THAN NEVER, THE SUPERSONICS FINISHED OFF THE JAZZ IN GAME 7 TO REACH THE NBA FINALS

By Tim Crothers

Pro Basketball

The $40 Million Man

No matter how lucrative a contract free-agent-to-be Michael Jordan signs, he won't get what he's worth

By E.M. Swift

Baseball

EYE OPENER ATLANTA'S JOHN SMOLTZ IS OFF TO A BLAZING START AND HAS HIS SIGHTS SET ON A CY YOUNG AWARD

By Tom Verducci

NHL Playoffs

RAT PACK FLORIDA'S UNLIKELY RUN TO THE CUP FINALS HAS MIAMI GIDDY OVER HOCKEY--AND RABID OVER RODENTS

By Leigh Montville

Pro Football

About Time

On his long road to becoming an NFL head coach, the Buccaneers' Tony Dungy learned hard lessons about race, life and pro football but never lost hope

By S.L. Price

Boxing

THE PUGILIST AND THE PROFESSOR OSCAR DE LA HOYA, SCHOOLED BY A NEW TRAINER, IS READY FOR HIS BIG TEST: A SHOWDOWN WITH JULIO CESAR CHAVEZ

By Richard Hoffer

THE FEISTY PHILLIPS HAS IGNITED THE WHITE SOX BELLE STRIKES SOUR NOTES HOFFMAN A RELIEF IN SAN DIEGO

By Tim Kurkjian

Olympics [bonus Piece]

SHE STANDS ALONE U.S. OLYMPIC SPRINTER GWEN TORRENCE MAY BE THE FASTEST WOMAN ON EARTH, BUT SHE'S SLOW TO MAKE FRIENDS AND EVEN SLOWER TO GIVE CREDIT TO HER COMPETITION

By Rick Reilly

STYLE POINTS AFTER MARY PIERCE DREW RAVES IN HER LITTLE BLACK TENNIS DRESS AT THE FRENCH OPEN LAST WEEK, A FASHION ARTIST SERVED UP DESIGNS--AND A RUG--FOR SOME OF THE STAR HUNKS

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