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April 5, 1999 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

The Week March 23-29

Hocus Focus Dottie Pepper had that look in her eye last week, and, sure enough, by the end of the Dinah a major record had disappeared

By John Garrity

Bombs Away! Augusta's attempt to slow down the long hitters actually gives them a bigger edge

By Jaime Diaz

Augusta National

Major Problems Phil Mickelson has more wins than any other twentysomething on Tour, but there's one big hole in his record

By John Garrity

Stop The Presses They say that everything in the Augusta paper about the National is okayed by a member, but he isn't talking

By Michael Bamberger

The Supper Club The most exclusive spot in the game? A place at the table for the Masters' past champions' dinner

By Alan Shipnuck

Hanging On For Dear Life After a suicide try and a battle with the bottle, Allen Miller has vowed to make the most of his second chance

By Mark Hyman


Edited by Cameron Morfit

My Shot So what if my buddy JoAnne Carner is older than dirt? Her money's still good with me

By Tammie Green Edited by Cameron Morfit

'What The Hell Are You Doing?' Bob Jones has seen the changes at Augusta National, and he's not happy

By Walter Bingham

Catching Up With...

Bud Ogden, Santa Clara Forward February 10, 1969

By Richard Deitsch

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By Franz Lidz

Indecent Overexposure Today's saturation TV sports coverage leaves nothing to a fan's imagination

By Jeff MacGregor

Inside The NHL

No Looking Back A blinding accident hasn't stopped David-Alexandre Beauregard

By Kostya Kennedy

Inside College Basketball

Inside College Basketball

By Seth Davis; Kelli Anderson

Faces In The Crowd

Faces In The Crowd

Final Fours

Conn Artists In a tour de force of defense and grit, UConn created a hardwood masterpiece, shocking Duke to win the national championship

By Jack McCallum

Pot Boiler After Purdue's top scorer was felled by injury, her best friend took charge and carried the Boilermakers to victory over Duke in a melodrama-rich NCAA final

By Kelli Anderson


Like Father, Like Son By winning the Players, unflappable David Duval assumed the world's No. 1 ranking and matched his dad's win on the Senior tour earlier in the day

By Jaime Diaz


Son Of Sammy Which hitter is most capable of replicating Sammy Sosa's stunning 1998 power surge? That's a no-brainer: It's the Indians' Manny Ramirez

By Gerry Callahan

Right Where They Left Off

By Tim Crothers


We Told You So After years of saying they would dominate the sport, Venus and Serena Williams proved they were on their way by meeting in the Lipton final

By L. Jon Wertheim


Winging It The struggling Red Wings took a flier on four deadline deals that brought them talent, toughness, depth and new hope for a third straight Stanley Cup

By Michael Farber



Inside Hockey

Inside Hockey

By Brian Cazeneuve; Michael Farber

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan

All Points Bulletin

By David Sabino

Kurt, As In Hurt Healthy at last, the Knicks' Kurt Thomas is inflicting pain, not enduring itAt the end of a timeout during New York's 97-86 win over the Nets on March 7, Knicks forward Kurt Thomas draped his arm around teammate Larry Johnson and exhorted

By L. Jon Wertheim

Inside Motor Sports

Inside Motor Sports

By Ed Hinton

The First Lady Of CART Diane Holl is the lead engineer for the McDonald's team

By Paula Hunt

Inside College Football

Inside College Football

By Ivan Maisel

Top 10 Questions To Ponder During Spring Practice

By B.J. Schecter

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Jeff Pearlman; Stephen Cannella

Pro Football [bonus Piece]

Heavy Freight CECIL COLLINS comes with lots of baggage and little college experience but enough talent to be one of the first running backs taken in the NFL draft

By John Ed Bradley

That Signature Moment In Sports

By Rick Reilly


Spring Break For Seniors Retirees love the chance to work at training camps

By Jeff Pearlman

Not Fast Enough in Belfast At the world championships, an American is outrun by the Africans--again

By Leigh Montville

Leading Off

Ambassador Arnie

By Walter Bingham

The French Connection Two pals raised on the Riviera helped bring Auburn another title in Indy

By Ian Thomsen


Air Aid

By Mark Bechtel

Master of a Small Domain World champion Ricardo Lopez of Mexico rules the lightest weight classes

By Franz Lidz

On Top Of The Worlds Russia may be crumbling, but its skaters increase their international domination

By E.M. Swift


By Mike Silver Edited By Mark Mravic And Richard O'Brien