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September 20, 1954 | Harry Phillips
Now that we are riding hard into our sixth week of publication, I thought you might like to look at a guidepost which marked the trail at the very start. An early document of SI is one which Assistant Managing Editor...
October 11, 1954 | Bill Mauldin
Having recently taken to the air, Bill Mauldin launches his new column on flying with the stirring tale of his first solo flight
December 06, 1954
Sirs:I am a duck hunter and greatly admire your cover on the Nov. 15 issue. Would it be possible to buy a copy of the print suitable for framing. Usually it is the mallard or pintail that is glamourized, that is why...
December 13, 1954 | Harry Phillips
One of the truly pleasant things about sports is the way they stimulate the telling and retelling of experiences. You can always strike up a sports conversation, and you usually get a respectful audience because the...
February 14, 1955 | Bill Mauldin
Johnny Weissmuller, who dominated U.S. freestyle swimming in the 1920s and three times won Olympic titles, now occasionally loses a dash across his Los Angeles pool to Johnny Jr., who, at 14, is 6 foot 1 and has...