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Golf Plus

CAREER CAPPER GRAHAM MARSH HAD WON ALL OVER THE WORLD, BUT HE NEEDED A VICTORY IN THE SENIOR OPEN TO FINALLY FEEL FULFILLED

By Alan Shipnuck

STILL THE ONE GREG NORMAN GOT JUST THE BOOST HE NEEDED WHEN HE ENDED A LONG DRY SPELL WITH A VICTORY IN STEAMY MEMPHIS

By William F. Reed

NEWS AND NOTES

BOTTOM LINES

COMPILED BY Gary B. Smith

DO YOU KNOW ME?

By Lisa Hackney

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Catching Up With...

HEAVYWEIGHT BOXER MARVIS FRAZIER JUNE 1, 1981

By Jeff Pearlman

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By Grant Wahl

Boxing

FEEDING FRENZY A RAGING MIKE TYSON DRAGGED HIS SPORT TO NEW DEPTHS WHEN HE SANK HIS TEETH INTO EVANDER HOLYFIELD

By Richard Hoffer

FEAR & CLOTHING IN LAS VEGAS THE FINERY AND THUGGERY OF A FIGHT-WEEK CROWD IN LAS VEGAS ARE BEYOND BELIEF--BUT THEN, SO WAS THE SURREAL AFTERMATH OF TYSON-HOLYFIELD II

By Rick Reilly

Soccer

MISSED SHOT WITH A LACKLUSTER TIE IN EL SALVADOR, THE U.S. SQUANDERED A CHANCE TO STRENGTHEN ITS WORLD CUP STATUS

By Michael Farber

Baseball

AN ARMFUL

DESPITE A BAD BACK, SEATTLE'S RANDY JOHNSON HAS OUTPITCHED GROVE AND KOUFAX

By Tom Verducci

Pro Basketball

HORN OF PLENTY BY DISPLAYING A CORNUCOPIA OF TALENTS IN PREDRAFT WORKOUTS, FORWARD KEITH VAN HORN BECAME A HOT NO. 2 CHOICE

By Phil Taylor

DRAFT DRAMAS THE CELTICS AND THE NUGGETS GOT HELP, THOUGH NOT EXACTLY THE HELP THEY WANTED

By JACKIE MACMULLEN

College Football

IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER RICHMOND FLOWERS AND HIS NAMESAKES CARRY A LEGACY OF ACCOMPLISHMENT AND THE BURDEN OF UNFINISHED BUSINESS

By William Nack

Inside Baseball

THE FANS VOTED. NOW THE MANAGERS AND SI WEIGH IN THE RANGERS' GAMER DAVIS BEGINS A COMEBACK FROM CANCER

By Tim Crothers

BE KIND TO YOUR WEB-FOOTED FRIENDS A DUCK COULD BE SOMEBODY'S MOTHER--OR A TEAM MASCOT WITH SENSITIVE FEELINGS

By Rick Reilly

Departments

LETTERS

THE NBA TWEAKS THE RULE...A BITING HISTORY...THE MARLINS ON THE BLOCK...BASEBALL BOOK WITH CHARM...FAREWELL TO DON HUTSON...VENUS WILLIAMS AT WIMBLEDON

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

WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND, JUNE 28, 1997 IN HER LONG-DELAYED DEBUT, VENUS WILLIAMS COULDN'T LIVE UP TO HER OWN BILLING

By S.L. Price