Sports Illustrated-1995

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April
10
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Ed O'Bannon
Cover
The Final Four (UCLA whipped Arkansas to win its first NCAA championship since 1975.), Storybook Ending (Trailing Tennessee late, Connecticut got into gear to finish a charmed season.), Home Alone (Her attacker walks free, but Monica Seles still lives in troubled isolation.), Brushback (A high hard one from a judge ended the strike, but the basic dispute remains.), Special Report: Campus Gambling Part II (The bookies catering to - and profitting from - most college gamblers are fellow students.), Puttin' on the Dog (Big, bad pets help athletes build tough images, then turn them back into little boys.)
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May
1
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Cal Ripken Jr.
Contents - A Wing And a Prayer (The Spurs are soaring, but there's scant faith in their title chances), Now Hear This (Coach Pat Riley still drives his Knicks - often to distraction), Rod Is Watching (Video vigilance helps NBA Veep of Violence Rod Thorn catch perpetruators), Fat Chance (Axel Schulz didn't have a prayer against George Foreman), First And Long (The Panthers got a few good men in the NFL but don't expect miracles), Looking For Respect (Even after leading Nebraska to the top, Tommie Frazier has a lot to prove) Baseball '95 - The Best (A celebration of the players who are masters of the fundamentals), Down The Line (Stretching from home plate to the outfield wall, two simple white stripes provide a unique perspective on the game), The American League (SI predicts that the Yankees will win in the East, the Indians in the Central and the Mariners in the West), Close To The Heart (A grandmother's love put Cleveland's Kenny Lofton on track), The National League (Our choices for the division titles are the Braves in the East, the Reds in the Central and the Dodgers in the West), Drive For Show, Pitch For Dough (Atlanta ace Greg Maddux leaves nothing to chance on the mound) Departments - Faces In The Crowd, Letters, Scorecard, Point After
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August
7
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Cal Ripken Jr.
Contents - Man Of Iron (A private look at Cal Ripken Jr. reveals a tender side to baseball's toughest player), Drawing First Blood (Carolina beat Jackonsville in a meeting of the first NFL expansion teams in 19 years), Back In Full Swing (Monica Seles remained focused as she made a triumphant return to tennis), Special Report: Credit Risk (A tiny Bible college figures in what may be a big NCAA scandal), Vexed By Vertigo (U.S. Olympic platform diver Mary Ellen Clark has been laid low by dizziness), One More Drive (John Elway hopes a new coach and offense will help him earn a Super Bowl ring), Words To Win By (Hoping to fire up their forces, companies pay for sports celebraties canned wisdom) Departments - Letters, Faces In The Crowd, Scorecard, Inside Baseball, Point After
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August
21
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Mickey Mantle
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Contents - Baseball - Mickey Mantle (The legacy of the last great player on the last great team in the last great country.), The Wild-Card Crunch (Players have certainly caught the fever, but this new kind of pennant race is perplexing.) Golf - Nothing To Sneeze At (Steve Elkington overcame allergies and made hay on the greens to win the PGA Championship.) Track and Field - Super Michael (Sprinter's Michael Johnson conquered the worlds with three blazing runs for gold medals.) Pro Football - Up In The Air (After a dismal off-season, the AFC champion San Diego Chargers can't seem to find their feet.) Boxing - The Big Question (Actually, three: Who is Mike Tyson? Does he have anything left? Will this week's fight prove anything?) Departments - Letters, Faces In The Crowd, Scorecard, Inside Baseball, Point After
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November
6
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Atlanta Braves celebrating
Brave Hearts (Braves win the World Series), Red November (Nebraska football), Don't Look Back (Horse racing with Cigar), Zeier On Fire (Cleveland Browns football), Par For The Course (Billy Mayfair wins the Tour Championship), Bitter Medicine (Team doctors), Skins Game (Tattoos in football), 'This Isn't Babysitting' (basketball coach Lou d'Almeida)
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December
11
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Riley-Shula
Cover
The Joint is Jumping (Three articles about Miami sports), Ghost in the Ring (Azunnah Nelson beats Gabriel Ruclas), Peter the Great (U.S. Davis Cup team beats Russia), Another World (Corey Pavin), All-Purpose Weapon (Kordell Stewart), Little Magic (Steve Nash), Tell Laura I Love Her (Five days of sports on Direct TV) 1
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