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BOTTOM LINES

May 26, 1997
May 26, 1997

Table of Contents
May 26, 1997

Faces In The Crowd
NBA Playoffs

BOTTOM LINES

COMPILED BY Gary B. Smith

U.S. OPENS ON TV: There will be 27 hours of coverage from
Congressional next month. The women will get 14 hours at Pumpkin
Ridge.

This is an article from the May 26, 1997 issue Original Layout

PHIL SIMMS: The U.S. Open entry of the former Giants
quarterback was the first one received by the USGA.

THE MASTERS: Ticket requests for the practice rounds must be
received by July 15. Think they'll sell out?

MARKET MOVER: Focused on Alan Greenspan's musings?
Price-earnings ratios? Here's a better indicator. The week after
Tiger Woods won the Masters, golf stocks rose 6%.

EQUAL RIGHTS: Connecticut passes a bill making it illegal for
private clubs to discriminate against women members. Look for
more states to force clubs into the 20th century.

DAVID LEADBETTER: He says Tiger "has a presence, an aura like
Norman had and Faldo still does." Norman had?

YIKES! SPIKES: Should the Tour ban metal spikes? "No," says Brad
Faxon. "That will never happen." Yo, Brad, last week at the
Cadillac NFL Classic, 72% of the Seniors went spikeless.

STEWART CINK: Everyone's preseason can't-miss has missed the cut
in four of his last five Tour starts.