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December 07, 1964 | Sidney L. James
Ever since Charles Darwin made nature popular, nature writers have tended to fall into two categories: the dryly scientific and the wetly sentimental. When a writer of one school looked at a ferret, for example, he...
November 30, 1964
College basketball moves to center in the annual Special Issue. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED scouts the top teams, picks Bill Bradley as best in the nation, analyzes zone defenses.
June 15, 1964 | Sidney L. James
On a May morning some two weeks ago Arnold Palmer woke before 8, scanned a morning paper in bed, took breakfast, drove to the airport near Latrobe, Pa. and shuttled off in his Aero Commander for a golf date in...
May 18, 1964
VINDICATIONSSirs:Robert Creamer's The Transistor Kid (May 4) was a wonderful article about a truly great baseball announcer, Vin Scully. In San Diego we are so well entertained by Scully's broadcasts that if Vinny...
April 20, 1964
Claude Harmon, one of golf's famed teachers, distills his experience into an instructional series which includes the unique notion that you should not try to hit the ball straight.