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Aug. 16, 2004
Aug. 16, 2004

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Aug. 16, 2004

Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
Catching Up With ...
BASEBALL
Baseball
PRO FOOTBALL
THE OLYMPICS
2004 College Football Preview
The Life of Reilly
  • HEY, KIDS! HERE ARE COOL PUZZLES TO SOLVE WHILE WE WAIT TO SEE WHICH OLYMPIC MEDALISTS FLUNK DRUG TESTS IN ATHENS

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$0 Amount anyone named Martha Stewart will be charged to see the Richmond Roosters play for the rest of the season, the independent Frontier League team’s way of showing support for the disgraced domestic diva.

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22 Consecutive completions by Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Jason Maas against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on July 30, a CFL record.

6 Home runs allowed by Red Sox knuckleballer Tim Wakefield in an 11–9 win over the Tigers on Sunday, tying a major league record.

$25,000 Donation made to the American Cancer Society by the owners of Windsong’s Legacy after the trotter won the $1 million Hambletonian last Saturday--one week after minority owner Patricia Spinelli lost her husband, Ronald, to the disease.

$77 million Reported purchase price of Greg Norman’s 228-foot yacht, Aussie Rules, which was bought by Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga, who plans to add a helipad and rename the ship Floridian.

31 Distance, in feet, that French seaweed fisherman Alain Jourden, 43, expectorated an escargot to beat 110 challengers and retain the world snail spitting championship.