October 01, 1973 | John A. Meyers
It may be a side effect of the jet age, or of satellite TV, or of increasing affluence the world around, but we find important sports stories are more and more turning up in settings far removed from conventional...
September 24, 1973 | John A. Meyers
Bill Johnson and Jerry Cooke, respectively writer and photographer, are a brace of inscrutable Occidentals. Almost as soon as their passports had been stamped and they were inside China with the U.S. basketball team...
January 31, 1972 | J. Richard Munro
Sports Illustrated's six-member Winter Olympic team arrived in Japan only a few days ago, but Senior Editor Bob Ottum and his crew have been living with, and around, the '72 Olympics for more than a year now. The...
January 26, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
Do all you people who watched Len Dawson confound the Vikings on the tube really believe what you saw? You're lucky. Luckier by far than Associate Editor William Johnson, whose five-part series on the wondrous...
February 19, 1968 | Garry Valk
One of the things we try to do in this magazine—to the distress of a few readers but, we think, to the delight of most—is introduce from time to time charming, slightly out-of-reach personalities from the fringe of...