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April 11, 1966 | Gwilym S. Brown
The golfer who cares not so much how he swings as where will enjoy a new book called Golf: New Horizons (Thomas Y. Crowell, $5.95), written by Gene Sarazen and Peter McLean in conjunction with Pan American Airways....
March 01, 1965
Indoor track had never looked more fetching. At last week's two-day AAU meet in New York fans were treated to the spectacle of lithe young women leaping, running and soaring in a colorful selection of Capri stretch...
December 23, 1963 | Edwin O. Reischauer
THE AMERICAN AMBASSADOR TO JAPAN, EDWIN O. REISCHAUER, IS A RARE MIXTURE OF AUTHOR, DIPLOMAT, POLITICAL SCIENTIST AND ORIENTAL SCHOLAR. HERE HE COMMENTS ON THE DIVERSE INFLUENCES IN EASTERN AND WESTERN SPORT THAT...
December 23, 1963 | Sidney L. James
Tokyo's forthcoming Olympic Games will be the first ever held in Asia, and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED decided early in 1963 that this special year-end issue would be a salute to the sportsmen of that vast, fascinating—and...
May 20, 1963 | Pamela Knight
For those hundreds of thousands of nomadic chefs who use the trailer as their base of operations, one rule governs the cooking device that has to fit in with all the luggage and camping gear: the simpler the better....