CONTENTS

April 18, 1993

14
MEISTERFUL
Bernhard Langer of Germany put on one gutsy show to maintain Europe's hold on the Masters
BY RICK REILLY

22
HIP, HIP, HOORAY
With one mighty swing, Bo Jackson of the White Sox made the most stirring comeback of them all
BY TOM VERDUCCI

32
PEAKING, OR JUST PIQUED?
Seattle coach George Karl is treading on some egos to get his gifted Sonics prepared for the playoffs
BY JACK McCALLUM

36
SPLEEN FOR GREEN
Norm Green is reviled by the Minnesota fans for his decision to move the North Stars south to Dallas
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

44
THE LEGEND GROWS
Mario Lemieux and the Pittsgurgh Penguins have staked even stronger claims to greatness
BY JON SCHER

48
TWO FOR ONE
Drew Bledsoe and Rick Mirer are the classiest of the passers available in the upcoming NFL draft
BY BRUCE NEWMAN

54
BEATING THE BLUES
Michigan basketball star Chris Webber is doing just fine, thanks, after his infamous NCAA gaffe
BY PHIL TAYLOR

70
FROM FAME TO SHAME
Bill Shoemaker, a casualty of his own drunk driving, has lost a lot of respect by launching lawsuits
BY WILLIAM NACK

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

6
FACES IN THE CROWD

9
SCORECARD

58
SPORTS PEOPLE

66
HORSE RACING

68
BASEBALL

84
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY DAVID E. KLUTHO

PHOTOJACQUELINE DUVOISINLooking Sharp: A fleet of mowers in perfect formation worked to keep everything shipshape at Augusta National for the Masters (page 14).

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Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
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