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September 9, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Si Extra NFL

BACK TO THE PACK BRETT FAVRE RETURNED FROM OFF-SEASON REHAB AND PASSED THE BUCCANEERS SILLY

By David Fleming; John Walters

FACES IN THE CROWD

GUS FREROTTE OF THE REDSKINS IS TAKING HIS LUMPS NOW--BUT HIS FOES WILL PAY LATER

By Paul Zimmerman

SQUABBLE PLAGUES GYMNASTICS...TENNIS WILL MISS EDBERG'S GAME...SPURS SIGN MAD MAX...UPDIKE ON GOLF...THE WRONG SLANT ON CARM COZZA...ROCKY BALBOA STATUE

By Leigh Montville; S.L. Price; Michael Bamberger EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

Pro Football

MIAMI VISE THE DOLPHINS MADE JIMMY JOHNSON'S RETURN TO COACHING A SUCCESS BY PUTTING A SQUEEZE ON THE PATS

By Peter King

STEEL HURTIN' DEFENDING AFC CHAMPION PITTSBURGH TOOK HEAVY CASUALTIES IN A 24-9 LOSS TO UPSTART JACKSONVILLE

By Michael Silver

Baseball

HOME ON THE RANGE TAKING TWO OF THREE FROM CLEVELAND, FIRST-PLACE TEXAS EVEN HAD COWBOYS FANS ABUZZ

By Gerry Callahan

SCARY MAN A MIX OF POWER AND GLOWER HAS TURNED THE PADRES' KEN CAMINITI INTO ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS PLAYERS IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE

By Tom Verducci

Departments

Golf

ON THE JOB TRAINING IN MILWAUKEE THE PROFESSIONAL DEBUT OF AMATEUR CHAMP TIGER WOODS WAS A QUALIFIED SUCCESS

By Leigh Montville

Special Report

HASTE MADE WASTE CAL'S BASKETBALL COACH, TODD BOZEMAN, WAS A MAN IN A HURRY, UNTIL CHARGES OF WRONGDOING HALTED HIM

By Alexander Wolff; Don Yaeger

Tennis [bonus Piece]

AN INVASION OF PRIVACY AS RANCOROUS AS EVER, JOHN MCENROE FLAILS AWAY AT HIS SPORT AND PERMITS A RARE PEEK INTO HIS CURRENT PASSIONS: FINE ART, FAMILY AND ROCK-AND-ROLL

By Franz Lidz

MOLITOR IS A HALL OF FAMER NO MATTER HOW MANY HITS HE GETS AS A DH PIRATES' SURRENDER BOSTON'S IMPOSSIBLE DREAM

By Tim Kurkjian

O'DONNELL CAUGHT IN BRONCOS STAMPEDE CARTER, PHILLIPS RUNNING ON EMPTY HASKELL'S HAPPY RETURN TO THE SIDELINE

By Peter King

A WARM AFTERGLOW SI'S EDITOR, WHO STARTED AS A REPORTER IN 1965, RETIRES WITH A TROVE OF SPORTS MEMORIES

By Mark Mulvoy