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June 26, 1995 | Volume 82, Issue 25

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Kevin Garnett Cover - Sports Illustrated June 26, 1995

June 26, 1995 | Rick Bass
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June 26, 1995
Tim JorgensenLUXEMBURG, WIS.Jorgensen, a senior shortstop for Wisconsin-Oshkosh, earned his second straight Division III Player of the Year award. He set single-season division records for home...

June 26, 1995 | Edited by Franz Lidz and Christian Stone
Sweet Times for Salt Lake

June 26, 1995 | Edited by Franz Lidz and Christian Stone
Now that the New York Yankees have signed Dino look-alike Darryl Strawberry (top right), will they rename their stadium Jurassic Park? For those of you in a state of suspended animation, we offer...

June 26, 1995 | Edited by Franz Lidz and Christian Stone
Marv Marinovich, whose tyrannical style contributed to the chaos of son Todd's abortive football career, is writing a how-to book on child-rearing.

June 26, 1995 | Edited by Franz Lidz and Christian Stone
Jeremy HyamsNovice British marathoner on his 48-year-old frame: "I have the body of a man half my age. Unfortunately he is in terrible shape."

June 26, 1995 | Rick Reilly
A late surge by Corey Pavin won him the U.S. Open and admission to the fraternity of major-tournament winners

June 26, 1995 | Tim Layden
Youth jumped into contention at the nationals, but veterans again took home the titles

June 26, 1995 | Michael Farber
A lot more is at stake in the New Jersey-Detroit series than the Stanley Cup

June 26, 1995 | Phil Taylor
With its second title, Houston has ascended to the ranks of the best NBA teams of all time

June 26, 1995 | Ed Hinton
At 55, Mario Andretti came tantalizingly close to winning his first 24 Hours of Le Mans

June 26, 1995 | Tom Verducci
More in control of his pitches and himself, Seattle's Randy Johnson still scares hitters

June 26, 1995 | Jack McCallum
Kevin Garnett, a sure-shot lottery pick, is jumping from high school to the NBA

June 26, 1995 | Jack McCallum
Kevin Garnett, who only three weeks ago attended the Farragut Academy prom with girlfriend Corlis Strongs, figures to be among the lottery picks in next week's NBA draft. Here's how the draft...

June 26, 1995
Boys are supposed to grow into men. Obviously these coaches did not.R. DAVID COX, Galax, Va.

June 26, 1995 | Leigh Montville
Riddick Bowe silenced the trash-talking Jorge Luis Gonzalez with a sixth-round knockout

June 26, 1995 | Tim Kurkjian
Plugging All the Holes

June 26, 1995 | Tim Kurkjian
Make That Binge-amin.Mike Benjamin, a career utility player with the Giants, last week put together one of the best three-game hitting performances in this century, when he had 14 hits in 18 at...

June 26, 1995 | Gary Smith
<b>Roy Jones Jr., the best boxer pound for pound, was raised under the rules of cockfighting: win or die</b>

June 26, 1995 | Ken McAlpine
Drag-racing legend Connie Kalitta and his son, Scott, are in Top Fuel's top 10

June 26, 1995 | Cotton Fitzsimmons
Take it from a guy who has done both jobs: An NBA coach shouldn't be a general manager too

June 26, 1995 | Alan Shipnuck
The three finishing holes at Shinnecock proved to be a classic test, aced by a few and flunked by many

June 26, 1995 | Sally Jenkins
Saturday at Shinnecock Hills turned into a humiliating experience for some of the game's best players

June 26, 1995 | Walter Bingham
With 25-plus hours of coverage, NBC's first U.S. Open telecast since 1965 was too much of a good thing

June 26, 1995
We sent an artist to the Hamptons to gather impressions of the U.S. Open. He found that the golfers were the focus of attention but no more interesting than the gawkers, and that one's standing,...

June 26, 1995 | John Garrity
Jack Nicklaus was the toast of the Hamptons, despite talk that his Open days are numbered

June 26, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
The man whose career is defined by the U.S. Open may have played his final one last week. Andy North has won only three events in his 23 years on the PGA Tour, but two of them were U.S. Opens....

June 26, 1995 | John Garrity
From where Butch Harmon stood—on a hillside of trampled grass among hundreds of golf fans—Greg Norman looked about as big as a songbird on a fence post. Even so, the Texas club pro could tell, at...

June 26, 1995 | Matthew Rudy
The late-afternoon leader board last Thursday, the first day of the U.S. Open, was a veritable who's who: Nick Price (No. 1 player in the world), Jack Nicklaus (greatest of all time), Greg Norman...

June 26, 1995 | Alan Shipnuck
Sixty-three holes into the U.S. Open, Neal Lancaster was having a bit of a motivation problem. Eight over and demoralized by two straight bogeys, he came up with a resolution that would have made...

June 26, 1995 | Rick Lipsey
A look at the USGA's role at Shinnecock Hills shows there's more to staging the U.S. Open than meets the eye

June 26, 1995 | Jaime Diaz
When would-be Open qualifiers play terribly in the sectionals, they had better be ready with an excuse that will satisfy the USGA

June 26, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
Not Cutting It

June 26, 1995 | John Garrity
In its centennial year, the USGA is moving slowly, and that's not a bad idea

June 26, 1995 | Walter Bingham
Byron Nelson shot a final-round 63 to beat Jug McSpaden in Philadelphia for his seventh straight win

June 26, 1995 | Jaime Diaz
The other big winner at the Open was 10th-place finisher Bob Tway