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Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Golf Plus

MISS FORTUNE AFTER ANOTHER CLOSE CALL IN A MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIP, STAR-CROSSED COLIN MONTGOMERIE WAS PUT IN THE FAMILIAR POSITION OF QUESTIONING HIS DESTINY

By Gary Van Sickle

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT THE KILLER PAR-4 HOLES AT CONGRESSIONAL TURNED OUT TO BE A LOT TOUGHER THAN ANYONE HAD EXPECTED

By William F. Reed

BULLISH ON GOLF DAVID WHITE'S PRO CAREER WAS REJUVENATED BY A SPECIAL WEEK AT CONGRESSIONAL

By Kelli Anderson

THE RULING CLASS WORKING THE OPEN IS THE ULTIMATE ASSIGNMENT FOR GOLF'S RULES GURUS

By John Garrity

ON STRANGE TURF PETER TERAVAINEN, AN AMERICAN WHO PLAYS ABROAD, FELT LIKE A FOREIGNER AT HIS COUNTRY'S OPEN

By Michael Bamberger

NOT HALF BAD SOME COMPELLING PERFORMANCES IN THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF '97 GOT LOST IN TIGERMANIA

By Gary Van Sickle

NEWS AND NOTES

BOTTOM LINES

COMPILED BY Gary B. Smith

SECRET AGENT

By Adam Lenkin

A HARD LESSON THE COST OF HIS WAYWARD DRIVES MAY HAVE SET TIGER WOODS STRAIGHT

By Michael Bamberger

Catching Up With...

U.S. OPEN CHAMPION BILLY CASPER JUNE 27, 1966

By Seth Davis

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

NBA Finals

To the Top

By winning a fifth NBA title, the Bulls attained the imperial stature of the Celtics' and the Lakers' dynasties

By Phil Taylor

JORDAN'S HIT PARADE HERE ARE MICHAEL JORDAN'S 10 MOST MEMORABLE POSTSEASON PERFORMANCES

By Marty Burns

Hockey

CRUSHING BLOW CHEERS TURNED TO PRAYERS IN DETROIT AFTER A CAR CRASH LEFT RED WINGS STAR VLADIMIR KONSTANTINOV IN A COMA

By Austin Murphy

Golf

EASY DOES IT SWEET-SWINGING ERNIE ELS OUTLASTED A TRIO OF CHALLENGERS TO WIN A RAUCOUS AND RIVETING U.S. OPEN

By Rick Reilly

Pro Basketball

WHY BOTHER? EVEN IF YOUR TEAM GETS A STELLAR PLAYER LIKE TIM DUNCAN IN THE NBA DRAFT, IT PROBABLY WON'T MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE IN THE LONG RUN

By Jackie MacMullan

Track And Field

YOUTH MOVEMENT EYE-POPPING PERFORMANCES BY MARION JONES AND MAURICE GREENE BROUGHT NEW LIFE TO THE NATIONALS

By Tim Layden

Baseball

NICE TO MEET YOU EVEN PURISTS HAD TO CONCEDE THAT INTERLEAGUE PLAY WAS A BIG HIT IN ITS INAUGURAL WEEKEND

By Gerry Callahan

SPRING CLASSIC THE ORIOLES OUTDUELED THE BRAVES IN A POSSIBLE SNEAK PREVIEW OF THIS YEAR'S WORLD SERIES

By Tom Verducci

Inside Baseball

L.A.'S BICKERING PLAYERS DON'T LOOK LIKE CONTENDERS ONE PITCHER HAS GRIFFEY'S NUMBER REDS BECOME CHESSMATES

By Tim Crothers

GIVE ME THE WIDE-OPEN SPACES AS BASEBALL'S FENCES MOVE IN, SOME OF THE GAME'S MOST EXCITING PLAYS MOVE OUT

By Merrell Noden

Departments

LETTERS

MINNESOTA'S STADIUM STAREDOWN...UNFAIRNESS FOR AN AUSSIE BASKETBALLER?...COMPARING WINNERS' SHARES... HIGH-TECH THERAPY FOR SHOULDER INJURIES...THE BOXING HALL OF FAME

EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Hank Hersch

CANASTOTA, N.Y., JUNE 14, 1997 BOXING'S HALL OF FAMERS SHOWED THEY CAN STILL DELIVER A KO--IF ONLY OFF THE TEE

By David Fleming