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Golf Plus

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT IN HAWAII, THE TOUR'S LEAST-KNOWN PLAYERS HAD A CHANCE TO BECOME THE BIG KAHUNA

By Gary Van Sickle

NEWS AND NOTES

BACKSPIN ANOTHER TAKE ON THE HEADLINES

By Gary B. Smith

CRITICAL MASS

By Brad Faxon

KING OF THE B'S MARK O'MEARA HAS BEEN A HIT ON TOUR, BUT A FLOP IN THE MAJORS

By Jaime Diaz

NBA Extra

A CHANGE OF VIEW AFTER 29 YEARS AS PRINCETON'S HEAD COACH, PETE CARRIL IS FINDING LIFE AS AN NBA ASSISTANT HAS ITS PLEASURES

By William F. Reed

MOST ELECTRIC ARENA?

By David Fleming

HAPPY TO BE HOME

By William F. Reed

HOOP SCOOP

By Marty Burns

MORE HELP THAN A GUY NEEDS MONSTER WEDGES, JUICED BALLS AND TRICK TEES DIMINISH GOLF'S OLD PLEASURES

By Walter Bingham

Perspective

MEN ON A MISSION THE 1974 HOWARD UNIVERSITY SOCCER TEAM WANTED TO WIN MORE THAN AN NCAA TITLE

By Grant Wahl

Catching Up With...

SLALOM CHAMPION JILL KINMONT BOOTHE JANUARY 31, 1955

By Grant Wahl

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By Grant Wahl

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Figure Skating Nationals

KID STUFF

TARA LIPINSKI, WHO'S JUST 14, WAS SWEETHEART OF THE SKATING NATIONALS, WHILE TO 16-YEAR-OLD MICHELLE KWAN FELL THE ROLE OF THE SPORT'S FALTERING GRANDE DAME

By E.M. Swift

Motor Sports

SAFETY IN NUMBERS JEFF GORDON AND HIS TEAMMATES GANGED UP ON THE DAYTONA 500 FIELD FOR AN UNPRECEDENTED 1-2-3 FINISH

By Ed Hinton

Pro Basketball

TO THE HOOP, HON! SINCE FIANCEE CRISTINA FERNANDEZ URGED HIM TO BE BOLDER ON THE COURT, THE HORNETS' GLEN RICE HAS BEEN ON A SCORING SPREE

By Phil Taylor

CHICAGO MOPE THAT'S ALL PEOPLE SEE WHEN THEY LOOK AT THE BULLS' MOODY SIXTH MAN, BUT THEY DON'T KNOW WHERE TONI KUKOC IS COMING FROM

By Michael Farber

Pro Football

SNAKE CHARMER ALL-PRO LINEBACKER AND AMATEUR HERPETOLOGIST CHAD BROWN SHED THE STEELERS AND MOVED TO A NEW HABITAT BY SIGNING A MONSTER OF A DEAL WITH THE SEAHAWKS

By Austin Murphy

Skiing

FIRST LADY HILARY IT WAS ALL DOWNHILL FOR THE U.S. AT THE WORLDS--UNTIL HILARY LINDH CAME THROUGH

By Michael Farber

Baseball

Long On Shortstops

The Yankees' Derek Jeter is part of a rich crop of young players who are redefining the position

By Tom Verducci

College Basketball

SCHOOL'S OUT BUDDING BASKETBALL STAR MARCUS LOVETT SAYS HE HAS BEEN ABUSED BY THE COLLEGE SYSTEM. OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY SAYS HE REFUSED HELP IT OFFERED HIM. NOW HIS VENUE IS THE COURTROOM, NOT THE COURT

By Alexander Wolff

Inside The NBA

TRADE FOR MASHBURN TURNS UP THE HEAT LAKERS COPE WITHOUT SHAQ LAETTNER PERSEVERES AGAINST RODMAN

By Tim Kurkjian; Michael Bamberger

Inside College Basketball

NEW MEXICO BURIES WAC OPPONENTS AT HOME UCONN WOMEN AGAIN FLIRT WITH PERFECTION RAISING NORTHERN ARIZONA

By Kelli Anderson; Dana Gelin

THE SWOOSHIFICATION OF THE WORLD CRACKING IN THE FACE OF A MARKETING BEHEMOTH, THE AUTHOR GOES LOCO OVER A LOGO

By Rick Reilly

Departments

LETTERS

BASEBALL AND BELLE'S GAMBLING...STRICKEN SWIMMER STRIKES BACK...OF STOGIES AND SPORTS...UNKIND NCAA CUTS...HERE'S HOPING WIT VAN SLYKE CAN HIT...MAMO WOLDE CHARGED

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