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April 08, 1991 | Volume 74, Issue 13

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Grant Hill Cover - Sports Illustrated April 08, 1991

April 08, 1991 | Robert Horn
At the Marshall Club in Manhattan's Greenwich Village, young masters mingle with the ghosts of legends

April 08, 1991 | Jack Cavanaugh

April 08, 1991 | Albert Kim

April 08, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf

April 08, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
[Thumb Up] To John Killeen, a caddie on the LPGA tour, for conceiving the idea of having the caddies at last week's Dinah Shore tournament (page 30) wear caps bearing the message CONQUER THE...

April 08, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
J.C. Snead, Senior PGA golfer, on his putting: "It's so bad I could putt off a tabletop and still leave the ball halfway down the leg."

April 08, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Opening Day is just around the corner, and many clubs' home openers will be sold out. Check your tickets—these are 10 of the worst seats in baseball.

April 08, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
The March 29, 1971, issue had two brother acts: a cover story on the Espositos, Bruin center Phil and Black Hawk goalie Tony, and a feature on pitchers Gaylord and Jim Perry of the Giants and...

April 08, 1991 | Alexander Wolff

April 08, 1991 | Curry Kirkpatrick
At the final curtain the former champions strode into history the same way they had tromped over the basketball planet for the better part of two seasons: proud, unlamenting, the hint of a sneer...

April 08, 1991 | John Garrity
Unheralded Steve Elkington beat some big names to win The Players Championship

April 08, 1991 | Sonja Steptoe
Sure, Amy Alcott can be smug and spacey, but she knows how to enliven a golf tournament. She certainly perked things up at the Nabisco Dinah Shore last week, which took some doing because her...

April 08, 1991 | Hank Hersch

April 08, 1991 | Richard Demak
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April 08, 1991 | John Papanek
During his 11 years at SI, senior writer Franz Lidz has demonstrated a true affinity for the idiosyncratic. For one thing, he has frequently written about unusual subjects, such as his story about...

April 08, 1991 | Merrell Noden
Cutup Shaun Jordan hogged the stage as Texas won its fourth straight NCAA title

April 08, 1991 | Richard Hoffer

April 08, 1991 | Richard O'Brien
Heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield isn't one to be taken lightly

April 08, 1991 | William F. Reed
Derby hopeful Meadow Star ran her unbeaten streak to nine by winning the Comely Stakes

April 08, 1991 | Phil Taylor
Summertime Blues

April 08, 1991 | Jay Greenberg
Northern Michigan needed three overtimes to defeat Boston University for the NCAA title

April 08, 1991 | Jack McCallum

April 08, 1991 | Rick Reilly

April 08, 1991
The ChiefThank you for Alexander Wolff's excellent cover story about Boston Celtics center Robert Parish (Still Going Strong, March 11). In his 10-plus seasons with the Celtics, the Chief has been...

April 08, 1991 | Franz Lidz
Synchronized swimming champions Louise and Fred Wing dominate their septuagenarian age group

April 08, 1991 | Michael W. Klein
Three brothers from New Jersey offer the fan a way to let his visage show where his loyalties lie

April 08, 1991 | Bil Gilbert

April 08, 1991 | Tim Crothers
In New York City, a printer, painter and sometime professor probes the soul of the national pastime

April 08, 1991 | Edited by Michael Jaffe
CitedSan Diego Padres shortstop Garry Templeton, by the San Diego Office of Administrative Services, as the Poway resident using the most water during the current California drought. Templeton was...

April 08, 1991
Dina KangasPINE RIVER, MINN.

April 08, 1991 | Leigh Montvilie
Duke won the big game, but its mascot lost his very being