April 18, 1994
April 18, 1994

Table of Contents
April 18, 1994

Track And Field
The Masters
SI's 40th Anniversary
Hockey And Hoops
Miami Football
Sports People
Horse Racing
Point After


18 Olè! Olè!
Josè María Olazàbal of Spain reigned at the Masters with a stalwart final round
by Rick Reilly

This is an article from the April 18, 1994 issue

28 You're All Right Jack
This SI 40th Anniversary Classic recounts how Jack Nicklaus won his fifth at Augusta
by Dan Jenkins

36 Surprise, Surprise, Surprise
Baseball's Opening Week glittered with unlikely heroes, like Atlanta's Kent Marcker
by Tim Kurkjian

46 No Fun in Philly
For four dreary days the Flyers and the 76ers played out the string at the Spectrum
by Leigh Montville

52 Hurricane Warning
The handwriting on the wall in Miami says that college football's baddest bunch isn't
by S.L. Price

66 Time in a Bottle
After 42 years of alcohol abuse, a Hall of Famer describes a life of self-destruction
by Mickey Mantle


9 Faces in the Crowd

12 Letters

14 Scorecard

60 Sports People

78 Horse Racing

83 Inside Baseball

86 Point After

Cover Photograph by Michael O'Neill

PHOTOJACQUELINE DUVOISINShell Game: Some golfers are criticized for playing too slowly, but this threesome set a new standard for lollygagging on the links at last week's Masters (page 18).