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Golf Plus

THE BEAT GOES ON TIGER WOODS DIDN'T HAVE HIS BEST GAME AT THE BYRON NELSON CLASSIC, SO HE HAD TO GRIND HIS WAY TO ANOTHER TOUR VICTORY

By Gary Van Sickle

MAJOR LEAGUE CHRIS JOHNSON LEFT NO DOUBT THAT SHE'S A BIG-TIME PLAYER WITH HER VICTORY AT THE LPGA CHAMPIONSHIP

By Kelli Anderson

CLUB PROTOTYPE MARY HAFEMAN HAS GONE WHERE FEW WOMEN HAVE GONE BEFORE: TO A HEAD PRO'S JOB AT A MAJOR RESORT

By Gary Van Sickle

NEWS AND NOTES

BOTTOM LINES

COMPILED BY Gary B. Smith

THIS IS YOUR LIFE

By Thomas Henderson

Catching Up With...

BLACKHAWKS CENTER STAN MIKITA JANUARY 31, 1966

By Grant Wahl

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

NBA Playoffs

Coming Up Big

Aided mightily by the Knicks, who blew their cool, the Heat battled back to beat New York

By S.L. Price

SHOW STOPPER THE JAZZ'S BRYON RUSSELL IS MAKING FANS TAKE NOTICE WITH HIS DAZZLING POSTSEASON PLAY

By Johnette Howard

NHL Playoffs

A SHARED GOAL AGAINST THE ODDS, THE FLYERS ARE OUT TO WIN THE STANLEY CUP WITH THE NETMINDING-BY-COMMITTEE OF RON HEXTALL AND GARTH SNOW

By Michael Farber

Baseball

RUNNING START FOLLOWING A ONE-YEAR HIATUS FROM THE DIAMOND, DEION SANDERS HAS REJOINED THE REDS AND TAKEN HIS GAME TO A NEW LEVEL

By Gerry Callahan

A BRIGHT OUTLOOK THOUGH GLAUCOMA IN HIS RIGHT EYE ENDED HIS CAREER, KIRBY PUCKETT STILL SEES THE WORLD IN A GOOD LIGHT

By Steve Rushin

Golf

WHAT A TRIP TIGER WOODS'S CADDIE, A DEADHEAD CALLED FLUFF, IS STILL CRUISING ALONG ON THE RIDE OF HIS LIFE AFTER THEIR LATEST WIN, AT THE BYRON NELSON CLASSIC

By Rick Reilly

Horse Racing

TRIPLE THREAT SILVER CHARM WON THE PREAKNESS BY A HEAD AND CLOSED IN ON RACING'S MOST COVETED SWEEP

By William F. Reed

Pro Football

GUT CHECK ROD WOODSON IS BENT ON PROVING THAT HIS BEST NFL DAYS AREN'T BEHIND HIM

By Michael Silver

Inside Baseball

PEDRO MARTINEZ IS THRIVING BY BACKING HITTERS OFF THE PLATE SCHEDULED CHAOS BELL RINGING IN K.C.

By Tim Crothers

Inside The NBA

LAKERS TO VAN EXEL: GET WITH THE PROGRAM INDIANA JONES FOR MULLIN? JACKSON MAY SIT RATHER THAN SPLIT

By Jackie MacMullan

Tennis [bonus Piece]

The Passion of Pete

Pete Sampras may pretend that he doesn't care, but he fiercely wants to be remembered as the greatest ever

By S.L. Price

PARALYSIS BY URINALYSIS MARY SLANEY'S DISPUTED DRUG TEST PROVES ONE THING: TRACK AND FIELD ISN'T MAKING THE GRADE

By Tim Layden

Departments

LETTERS

STEINBRENNER'S SUIT...THE BROWNS LIVE IN CLEVELAND... SIDELINE CELTICS...WASHED OUT IN NORTH DAKOTA... RECORD SWIM...ERIC CANTONA RETIRES...TEENAGE DRAG CHAMP

EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Hank Hersch SCORECARD STAFF WRITER Kostya Kennedy

CUBA TO THE KEYS

By Christian Stone

ENGLISHTOWN, N.J., MAY 18, 1997 A HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR PASSES ON HER PROM TO MAKE A RUN AT DRAG-RACING HISTORY

By John Walters