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May 06, 1996 | Volume 84, Issue 18

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Albert Belle Cover - Sports Illustrated May 06, 1996

May 06, 1996
If Kentucky is good enough to earn the championship, why can't it earn the respect it deserves?COURTNEY TOMES, CANEYVILLE, KY.

May 06, 1996
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May 06, 1996
JFK's golf clubs fetched seven figures last week at Sotheby's, but when it come to priceless form, no one displayed it better than First Lady Jackie, shown here in 1961. Who knows what her sticks...

May 06, 1996 | Edited by Richard O'Brien and Kostya Kennedy

May 06, 1996 | Edited by Richard O'Brien and Kostya Kennedy
A few days after Greg Norman's spectacular collapse in the final round of the Masters, sportswriter Frank Deford mused on National Public Radio about the impact Norman's nationally televised...

May 06, 1996 | Edited by Richard O'Brien and Kostya Kennedy
Manchester United, one of the most popular soccer clubs in England, where fans are notorious for incidents of drunken violence, is marketing its own brand of whisky, Manchester United Premier Blend.

May 06, 1996 | Edited by Richard O'Brien and Kostya Kennedy
Bob Patterson

May 06, 1996 | Austin Murphy
In the NHL's fiercest first-round playoff series, the Blues upended the Maple Leafs to earn a shot at the powerful Red Wings

May 06, 1996 | Peter King
New England fumbled when it drafted Christian Peter and tried to recover by cutting him loose

May 06, 1996 | Jackie MacMullan
Both teams struggled as the harrumphing Lakers tried to put an early end to the hobbling Rockets' hopes of three-peating

May 06, 1996 | Bill Colson
At the start of the baseball season, freelance photographer Tony Tomsic was asked to help us illustrate a feature story on Albert Belle, the Cleveland Indians' tempestuous slugger, which appears...

May 06, 1996 | Phil Taylor
A loss to the Kings had the Sonics wondering if they were doomed to relive past pratfalls

May 06, 1996 | Gerry Callahan

May 06, 1996 | Michael Bamberger
Philadelphia schoolboy Kobe Bryant is headed straight for the NBA

May 06, 1996 | Franz Lidz

May 06, 1996 | Tim Layden

May 06, 1996 | Jackie MacMullan
Why sinking Phoenix may find it hard to rise again, Gervin and Thompson: from shame to Fame, Charlotte waits on Karl

May 06, 1996 | Tim Kurkjian
Montreal is riding high, despite the majors' lowest payroll, Tons of runs, California's closer quandary

May 06, 1996 | Michael Bamberger

May 06, 1996
François BourbeauBOUCHERVILLE, QUE.

May 06, 1996 | Michael Bamberger
Out of the blue, a father feels the urge that has sustained baseball for generations

May 06, 1996 | William F. Reed

May 06, 1996 | Alan Shipnuck
Greensboro, the Green Bay of the Tour, couldn't have ordered up a more fitting winner than Mark O'Meara

May 06, 1996 | Tim Rosaforte
Kennedy kept his passion for the game under wraps, Daly, Davies to team up, Nelson remembers McSpaden

May 06, 1996 | Tim Rosaforte
Between the ropes, Harold (Jug) McSpaden (right) was to Byron Nelson what Greg Norman is to Nick Faldo. But off the course, unlike many of today's superstars, McSpaden and Nelson were close...

May 06, 1996

May 06, 1996 | Jaime Diaz
The World Putting Championship is a long overdue celebration of the short game

May 06, 1996 | Ed Hinton