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April 21, 1986
April 21, 1986

Table of Contents
April 21, 1986

Masters Golf
Hockey
Lou Holtz
Dodge Morgan

CONTENTS

18 Day Of Glory For A Golden Oldie
At age 46, Jack Nicklaus won his sixth and most dramatic Masters with a final-round 65 that had America cheering
by Rick Reilly

This is an article from the April 21, 1986 issue Original Layout

26 Turning Over Some New Leafs
Toronto upset Chicago in a three-game sweep to highlight an opening round of the Stanley Cup laced with surprises
by Bob Kravitz

34 Between The Rock And...
...a hard place is Notre Dame's new coach, Lou Holtz, as he tries to live up to Knute Rockne and other legends
by Douglas S. Looney

46 Ready, Set, Fish!
Sustained by winter-long daydreams of the occasion, anglers succumb to the lure of trout fishing's opening day
Photographs by Bill Eppridge

54 A Feat Of Global Dimensions
Dodge Morgan sailed his 60-foot cutter American Promise around the world nonstop in a record-shattering 150 days
by E.M. Swift

78 King Of The Sports Page
Jim Murray, America's premier sports columnist, keeps 'em laughing despite a series of tragedies that have beset him
by Rick Reilly

DEPARTMENTS

13 Scorecard
66 Pro Basketball
70 Baseball
103 For The Record
104 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Michael O'Bryon

PHOTOJAMES DRAKELEADING OFF: The wet look, pork pie hats and mod shirts may have gone out of fashion, but Jack Nicklaus certainly hasn't, as his six well-spaced Masters titles attest.
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