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September 30, 1985 | Robert L. Miller
In terms of just who stands where on this magazine, associate editor Anita Verschoth is definitely first in mileage on land, sea and in the air, first in jet lag, first in exotic places visited—and six weeks behind...
May 21, 1984 | Robert L. Miller
Few in America could have felt more distress over the Soviet Olympic pullout—news and analysis of which occupy a substantial part of this issue—than SI associate editor Anita Verschoth. She loves the Games, and since...
March 05, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:I want to congratulate Anita Verschoth on the fine job she did with her Olympic Medal Forecast (Feb. 6). Unlike William Oscar Johnson and many other Americans who had high hopes for as many as 17 medals for the...
February 06, 1984 | Robert L. Miller
All of us at SI—along with countless Olympic officials and athletes who have dealt with her over the past 10 Olympics, winter and summer—are keenly aware that associate editor Anita Verschoth is nothing if not...
May 05, 1980 | Kelso F. Sutton
Exactly 18 years ago, on the cover date of this issue, Anita Verschoth arrived in New York City from Germany at what was then called Idlewild Airport. Idlewild has since become John F. Kennedy Airport. What Anita has...