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Golf Plus

BACK IN THE SWING SHOWING HER OLD HALL OF FAME FORM, BETSY KING WON THE DINAH FOR ONE FUNDAMENTAL REASON

By John Garrity

MAJOR PARTY WOMEN GO TO THE DINAH FOR THE GOLF AND FOR THE SCENE THAT HAS GROWN UP AROUND THE TOURNAMENT

By Stephanie Mansfield

ONE FOR THE AGES THINK TIGERMANIA IS AT A FEVER PITCH? WAIT UNTIL HE WINS THE GREEN JACKET NEXT WEEK IN AUGUSTA

By Jaime Diaz

SAY YOUR PRAYERS AMEN CORNER MAY BE MORE FAMOUS, BUT A STRETCH ON THE FRONT NINE'S MORE DANGEROUS

By Walter Bingham

THE ULTIMATE MASTERS TRIVIA QUIZ

HAPPY TO BE HOME WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM A GANG OF REGULARS AT BAY HILL, MR. PALMER BECAME ARNIE AGAIN

By John Garrity

NEWS AND NOTES

ANOTHER TAKE ON THE HEADLINES

By Gary B. Smith

PROS VS. THE PRESS

By Larry Guest

Special Commemorative Section

THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON UNHERALDED FROM THE START, THE YOUNG WILDCATS EXCEEDED EVERYONE'S EXPECTATIONS BUT THEIR OWN BY WINNING THEIR FIRST NATIONAL TITLE

By Kelly Whiteside

NBA Extra

THE WIN COLLECTOR UTAH COACH JERRY SLOAN LIKES TO SCOUR FLEA MARKETS, BUT ONE BAUBLE HAS ELUDED HIM

By Marty Burns

LOUSIEST RULE?

By Tim Kurkjian

EARNING HIS STRIPES

By Tim Kurkjian

HOOP SCOOP

By Marty Burns

Books

WE'RE TALKING BASEBALL FANS OF THE NATIONAL PASTIME HAVE FIVE NEW VOLUMES TO ADD TO THEIR COLLECTIONS

By Ron Fimrite

Catching Up With...

MARQUETTE GUARD BUTCH LEE APRIL 4, 1977

By Seth Davis

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

Perspective

THE MAN WHO TURNED THE WORM AGENT DWIGHT MANLEY HAS SHOWN CLIENT DENNIS RODMAN THE MONEY

By RICHARD DEUTSCH

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Environment

NOTHING TASTES LIKE ROADKILL TURKEY VULTURES WILL FLOCK TO A BIRD FEEDER IF IT'S WELL STOCKED WITH CARRION

By Robert H. Boyle

Running

A RACE WITH LITERARY PRETENSION IF JAMES JOYCE IS YOUR CUP OF TEA, THE RAMBLE 10K IS A RUN TO SAVOR

By Stephen Cannella

Focus

A SERIOUS FOOTWEAR FETISH RONNIE DUQUETTE, AKA SNEAKER MAN, COLLECTS SHOES WORN BY CELEBRITY ATHLETES

By Jeff Pearlman

Boxing

REINVENTING HIMSELF ALONZO HIGHSMITH, FORMER NFL BACK, HOPES TO BE A HEAVYWEIGHT CONTENDER

By L. Jon Wertheim

The Final Fours

SCRATCHIN'AND CLAWIN' IN A CAT FIGHT THAT WENT INTO OVERTIME, YOUTHFUL ARIZONA UPSET KENTUCKY TO WIN THE NCAA TITLE

By Alexander Wolff

SURPRISE, SURPRISE FEW PEOPLE EXPECTED TENNESSEE TO REPEAT AS NATIONAL CHAMPION, BUT GUESS WHAT?

By Kelli Anderson

Pro Football

BEST FOOT FORWARD BY RE-SIGNING SOLID CITIZEN DARYL JOHNSTON, THE COWBOYS TOOK A STEP TOWARD RESTORING CLASS TO THEIR ORGANIZATION

By Peter King

Pro Basketball

NEW STUFF IMPROVING AS THE SEASON ROLLS ALONG, SHAREEF ABDUR-RAHIM OF THE GRIZZLIES IS AT THE TOP OF THIS YEAR'S ROOKIE CLASS

By Phil Taylor

STRAIGHT SHOOTER

AFTER NINE YEARS IN THE NBA, THE BULLS' STEVE KERR IS STILL A HARDWORKING OVERACHIEVER

By Michael Silver

Tennis

OVER THE TOP MARTINA HINGIS BLEW THROUGH THE LIPTON AND BECAME, AT 16, THE YOUNGEST WOMEN'S NO. 1 EVER

By S.L. Price

Golf

SHOW OF SHOWS A WEEK OF WACKINESS COULDN'T UPSTAGE A RUNAWAY WIN BY STEVE ELKINGTON AT THE PLAYERS

By Rick Reilly

Hockey

SUPER STARS SUDDENLY SURGING DALLAS HAS A FEW WORDS FOR THE DEFENDING NHL CHAMPS: COLORADO, HERE WE COME!

By Michael Farber

Baseball

THE BIG PICTURE IN STRIVING FOR LONG-TERM SUCCESS, INDIANS GENERAL MANAGER JOHN HART HAS MADE TOUGH PLAYER MOVES THAT WEREN'T IMMEDIATELY POPULAR

By Michael Farber

Tickets [bonus Piece]

THE HUSTLE SCALPERS COME IN SEVERAL GUISES, BUT THEY ALL SEE THEMSELVES AS ESSENTIAL TO THE COMMERCE OF SPORT. INSIDE THIS LAST BASTION OF PURE CAPITALISM, ONLY ONE RULE PREVAILS--BUY LOW, SELL HIGH

By Tim Layden

Inside The NBA

THE CELTICS GREAT WANTS TO RETURN--BUT WHERE, AND AS WHAT? BIG LEAP FOR HEAT'S AUSTIN THE CALIPARI FLAP

By Jackie MacMullan

ART OF THE DEAL WITH A FEINT TOWARD THE DOOR, BASKETBALL COACHES CAN CASH IN BY STAYING WHERE THEY ARE

By Tim Crothers

Departments

LETTERS

REMEMBERING ROBINSON...ROOKIE OF THE YEAR FLOPS...THE WORM TAKES AN ACTING TURN...BYE TO THE HAPLESS WHALERS...BETWEEN BUSH'S LEAPS...NCAA HOCKEY: THE SIOUX DO

By Ira Glasser; Tom Nawrocki; Kostya Kennedy EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN MARCH 28-29, 1997 OF DRINKING SONGS AND RED LIGHTS: NORTH DAKOTA WINS THE OTHER FINAL FOUR

By Austin Murphy