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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...
September 26, 1983 | Robert L. Miller
Patience is a light opera the original team of Gilbert and Sullivan wrote. In the case of our pair, Special Contributor Bil Gilbert and Writer-Reporter Robert Sullivan, patience is a quality they had to possess in...
May 13, 1974
New champions are assured in both the NBA and the ABA this year. But who? Peter Carry and Pat Putnam report on the decisive Celtics-Bucks and Nets-Stars series.
October 11, 1971 | J. Richard Munro
One thing you learn quickly in the magazine business is that there are lots of people trying to make a living at writing. Our mail brings us nearly 5,000 unsolicited manuscripts a year from free-lancers all over the...
June 30, 1969 | Bil Gilbert
No U.S. sport—horse racing aside—enforces rules against drugs. Bil Gilbert explains how this shocking see-no-evil policy endangers not only the competitors—but sport itself.