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April 03, 1967
The great debate—field-goal version—is settled as SPORTS ILLUSTRATED pits U.S. pro kickers against champion Rugby and soccer players on their English home grounds.
July 11, 1966
OPEN ADMIRATIONSirs:Alfred Wright's Open article (A Summit of Drama, June 27) sounded like one written by a press agent committed to the Hollywood star system. It was Palmer "Wham! zap! zowie!...that cataclysm with...
June 20, 1966
The toughest test in golf is the U.S. Open, held this year at San Francisco's Olympic Club. Alfred Wright describes how the modern pros solved an old-fashioned course.
June 06, 1966
The U.S. open is coming up. Alfred Wright discusses Olympic's challenge, Ken Venturi tells how to attack it and John Underwood writes of a club pro who gets into an Open.
January 17, 1966
INVOLVEMENTSirs:Congratulations to Alfred Wright on his article about the University of California at Berkeley (The Big Game and the Barricades, Jan. 3). As a '65 graduate of UCB I was delighted to discover that, for...