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August 19, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Surfing

NO WAVE IS INSIGNIFICANT SURFING CAMP WITH THE PASKOWITZ CLAN IS ABOUT MORE THAN TECHNIQUE

By David Davis

Golf Plus

PAST TENSE FIJI'S VIJAY SINGH HAS ALWAYS BEEN RELUCTANT TO DISCUSS HIS EARLY YEARS AS A PRO, AND FOR GOOD REASON

By John Garrity

HEAD PRO OAKMONT'S BOB FORD IS THAT RAREST OF BIRDS, A CLUB PROFESSIONAL WHO CAN PLAY SOME, TOO

By Jaime Diaz

A GLIMPSE OF SUCCESS WITH HIS PLAY AT VALHALLA, NICK PRICE LEFT NO DOUBT THAT HE HAS OVERCOME TWO YEARS OF ADVERSITY

By Alan Shipnuck

THE PGA MAKES A COMMITMENT TO LOUISVILLE FOR 2000 AND BEYOND TWO STRAIGHT FOR KUEHNE CIGAR CRAZE

By Tim Rosaforte

DOUBLE DUTY

By Amy Nutt

FACES IN THE CROWD

MEDALISTS HIT THE TALK SHOWS...THE JUWAN HOWARD CONTRACT...MIDNIGHT HOOPS...FLY-FISHING THERAPY... HBO'S "ARLI$$" REVIEWED...OLYMPIC TENNIS RECONSIDERED

EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Alexander Wolff WRITER/REPORTER Kostya Kennedy

THAT'S THE SPIRIT THE MAJORS MAY HAVE MET THEIR MATCH IN TEAM EVENTS, WHICH ARE GAINING IN POPULARITY

By John Garrity

Yesterday

GOING DOWN SWINGING FAN FRANKIE GERMANO DELIVERED SWIFT JUSTICE WHEN AN UMP'S CALL COST THE BUMS A WIN

By Allen J. Abel

First Person

ICE CAPADES WHILE KAYAKING IN ALASKA WITH HIS DAUGHTER, THE AUTHOR GAVE GLACIERS A WIDE BERTH

By Franz Lidz

Baseball

DODGER BLUES IN A SEASON MARKED BY TURMOIL AND TRAGEDY, LOS ANGELES IS STRUGGLING IN ITS DEFENSE OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE WEST TITLE

By Tom Verducci

Golf

VICTOR AT VALHALLA MARK BROOKS BEAT A HOSPITABLE LOCAL HERO TO WIN THE PGA IN LOUISVILLE

By Jaime Diaz

Pro Football

A REAL BEAR OUTSPOKEN BRYAN COX HAS MADE HIMSELF RIGHT AT HOME AS THE NEW LEADER IN CHICAGO

By Peter King

RUNNING ON EMPTY THE 49ERS ARE NO CLOSER TO FILLING THE HOLES IN THEIR RUSHING GAME THAN THEY WERE AT THE END OF LAST SEASON

By Austin Murphy

Boxing

DOWN AND DIRTY ANDREW GOLOTA HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF A LOT MORE THAN THE LOW BLOWS THAT INCITED A MADISON SQUARE GARDEN RIOT

By Tim Crothers

Horse Racing

UP IN SMOKE WORN DOWN BY A SPEED DUEL, MIGHTY CIGAR SAW ALL HOPES VANISH FOR A RECORD WIN STREAK

By William Nack

College Football

TOUGH LOVE COACH BUTCH DAVIS AIMS TO SAVE MIAMI FOOTBALL NO MATTER HOW MANY PLAYERS HE HAS TO SUSPEND

By William Nack

CALIFORNIA NEEDS MORE THAN JUST A NEW MANAGER TO END ITS YEARLONG DOLDRUMS THE ASTROS' RISING RELIEF STAR

By Tim Kurkjian

Baseball [bonus Piece]

Lost In History

From 1929 to 1931, the Philadelphia A's were the best team in baseball, with four future Hall of Famers and a lineup that dominated Babe Ruth's legendary Yankees. So why hasn't anyone heard of them?

By William Nack

CAN ANYBODY HELP ME? THE AUTHOR WANTS TO UNDERSTAND PRO SPORTS WITHOUT GOING BACK FOR AN M.B.A. SILLY BOY

By Leigh Montville

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