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Golf Plus

FROSTED! TIGERMANIA SOARED TO NEW HEIGHTS AT THE COLONIAL, BUT WOODS HIMSELF STUMBLED OVER A BUMP IN THE ROAD

By Gary Van Sickle

HOT SHOT PAUL STANKOWSKI USED TO THINK IT WAS COOL TO BE WILD AND CRAZY, BUT THESE DAYS HE'S CONTENT TO TERRORIZE THE TOUR WITH HIS GAME

By Gary Van Sickle

NEWS AND NOTES

BOTTOM LINES

COMPILED BY Gary B. Smith

A MEMORIAL TO LOVE

By Jim Furyk

Track & Field

THE LADIES ARE TIGERS WITHOUT MAJOR STARS LSU HAS RULED NCAA WOMEN'S TRACK FOR 10 YEARS

By Steve Harrison

Catching Up With...

AUTO RACER DAN GURNEY MAY 27, 1963

By RICHARD DEUTSCH

Yesterday

TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN MATCH RACES ARE NOTHING NEW; PASSIONS RAN HOT IN SUCH DUELS 400 YEARS AGO

By Pat Butcher

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Baseball

HOME AGAIN FRANK ROBINSON IS BACK WHERE HE BELONGS: IN THE GAME

By Michael Bamberger

STRIKE BACK IMPROVED PITCHING IN BOTH LEAGUES HAS COOLED OFF THE HOT HITTING OF 1996, SO FAR

By Tom Verducci

CAT QUICK HE MAY HAVE A FAST BAT, BUT THE ROCKIES' ANDRES GALARRAGA IS EVEN FASTER TO FLASH A SMILE

By Michael Farber

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

Motor Sports

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO INDY? ECLIPSED BY NASCAR AND BESET BY A FOOLISH BATTLE OF HIGH-OCTANE EGOS, THE INDIANAPOLIS 500 HAS LOST ITS PLACE AS AMERICA'S PREMIER AUTO RACE

By Ed Hinton

NBA Playoffs

THE BIG CHILL THE BULLS PROVED THAT EVEN WHEN THEIR SHOOTING WASN'T SO HOT, THEIR DEFENSE COULD ICE THE HEAT

By Phil Taylor

TWILIGHT OF THE GODS IN THE WEST, AGING STARS OF THE ROCKETS AND THE JAZZ GAVE IT THEIR BEST--AND PERHAPS LAST--SHOT

By Richard Hoffer

Lacrosse

OUTTA SIGHT PRINCETON SHOCKED MARYLAND WITH AN EARLY FLURRY AND THEN ROMPED TO ANOTHER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

By Michael Bamberger

NHL Playoffs

DOWN AND DIRTY IN THE FIERCEST RIVALRY IN PRO SPORTS, THE RED WINGS UPSET THE AVALANCHE TO SET UP A FACE-OFF WITH THE FLYERS FOR THE STANLEY CUP

By Michael Farber

THE COMPLETE PACKAGE ERIC LINDROS HAS IT ALL--SIZE, SPEED, A NASTY STREAK--AND NOW, FINALLY, A CHANCE TO WIN THE STANLEY CUP

By Gerry Callahan

Inside Baseball

A 6' 10" SCHOOLBOY HAS RANDY JOHNSON HEAT THE TRIBE'S JUSTICE WILL NOT BE DENIED VAUGHN AND THE PADRES HIT BOTTOM

By Tim Crothers

NBA Draft

IMPOSSIBLE DREAM A RECORD 47 EARLY ENTRANTS APPLIED FOR THE NBA DRAFT, MANY HARBORING QUIXOTIC VISIONS OF STARRING ON BASKETBALL'S BRIGHTEST STAGE

By Alexander Wolff

LET THIS CUP PASS REQUIRING A 12-YEAR-OLD GIRL CATCHER TO WEAR A BOY'S PROTECTOR WAS A LOW BLOW

By Steve Lopez

Departments

LETTERS

TIGER, TIGER...THE MARV ALBERT CASE...RECALLING THE ABA... COLLEGE BOWL GAMES ON CAPITOL HILL...SOCCER STAR TAKES A STAND AGAINST CHILD LABOR...BIG CHILL FOR AL DAVIS

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