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April 17, 1995 | Volume 82, Issue 15

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Ben Crenshaw Cover - Sports Illustrated April 17, 1995

April 17, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Christian Stone
Bulldogs with a Tark

April 17, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Christian Stone
Officials with the International Olympic Committee have granted provisional recognition to ballroom dancing as an Olympic sport.

April 17, 1995 | Rick Reilly

April 17, 1995 | Tim Kurkjian

April 17, 1995 | Michael Farber
As four Expos learned, there's no room for top-dollar players in the Montreal budget

April 17, 1995 | Gerry Callahan
Free agents in a special Florida camp wanted only to get out of there and onto a new club

April 17, 1995
Reggie Lewis was a rising star in the NBA. Let's remember him that way.QUENT THOMAS, WILLIAMSTON, N.C.

April 17, 1995 | Michael Farber

April 17, 1995 | Tim Layden

April 17, 1995 | Tom Dunkel

April 17, 1995 | Tim Layden
The parents answered their door one night last December and found themselves playing a scene from a gangster movie. There were two men standing on the doorstep of their home in an...

April 17, 1995 | Leigh Montville

April 17, 1995 | Mort Kamins
Jack Dempsey's 1940 'comeback' was a sad and mercifully short spectacle

April 17, 1995 | Amy Nutt
A former college rower recalls her last practice and the loss of a rare privilege

April 17, 1995 | T. Nicholas Dawidoff
Coach Hal Croft prepares his Reading Rockets for victory and for life

April 17, 1995 | William Nack
The Legend Lives!

April 17, 1995 | E.M. Swift
By changing rules as it sails along, the America's Cup has lost its place on the sports map

April 17, 1995 | Rick Lipsey
An unusual school in Florida sets problem students on a new course

April 17, 1995 | Michael Finkel
The Great Divide trail promises mountain bikers a stunning north-south ride

April 17, 1995 | Julian Rubinstein
George Mason U aims to win a 10th straight national shooting title

April 17, 1995
T.J. JaworskyEDMOND, OKLA.Jaworsky, a senior 134-pound wrestler at North Carolina, defeated Oregon State's Babak Mohammadi 13-6 to win his third straight NCAA championship. Jaworsky, who went 38-0...

April 17, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
For Trip Kuehne, the only good part about finishing second to Tiger Woods in the U.S. Amateur last August was that in reaching the finals, he qualified for the Masters. Kuehne, 22, nearly quit the...

April 17, 1995 | John Garrity
Augusta's back lawn is golf's most exclusive spot

April 17, 1995 | Jaime Diaz

April 17, 1995 | Tim Crothers
Phil Mickelson answered doubts with his strong showing in Augusta

April 17, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte

April 17, 1995 | Rick Lipsey
Jumbo Ozaki doesn't like hot dogs, apple pie or malls. That's too bad, because if he were a little more into the swing of things on this side of the Pacific, Ozaki, who shot 287 and finished 29th...

April 17, 1995 | Jaime Diaz
As he is now the first to admit, Mac O'Grady has always been his own worst enemy. His perfect swing was at the mercy of an imperfect head, his benevolent nature offset by a nasty aversion to...

April 17, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
When 44-year-old Danny Yates went back to work at his insurance office in Atlanta on Monday morning, he couldn't be blamed for dropping names. After all, how many golfers get to experience a...

April 17, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
One night last week at Calvert's, his favorite restaurant in Augusta, Gene Sarazen sat down to dinner with family and friends. They toasted the evening with the Squire's favorite peach wine and...

April 17, 1995 | Franz Lidz
Too many barbs got Gary McCord banned from last week's Masters

April 17, 1995 | Rick Lipsey
Jim Nelford has dreamed about the Masters his whole life, and last week he finally made his debut in the event. But the debut wasn't on the course. It was above it—about 20 feet above it, in the...

April 17, 1995 | Jaime Diaz

April 17, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte

April 17, 1995 | John Garrity
Augusta's front-nine blackout deprives TV fans of a total Masters experience