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January 23, 1956 | Martin Kane
SI's first boxing columnist, Budd Schulberg, whose writings in this magazine won him the Notre Dame award last spring, recently moved to Florida where he is busy with book and motion picture commitments. As a...
April 25, 1955
Sirs:Congratulations on the wrestling spread (SI, April 11). As one who knows this entertainment like the back of his hand I learned long ago the futility of disillusioning the wrestling fan. If you tell him the...
March 28, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Many of our readers undoubtedly read in last week's SPORTS ILLUSTRATED that Budd Schulberg had been named to receive the 1955 Bengal Bouts Award at the University of Notre Dame, as "the man who has done most for...
October 25, 1954 | Harry Phillips
Our original hopes that many people would want to read about sports in the way a weekly magazine could present them have been gratifyingly confirmed by our circulation, now more than 525,000, and growing each week.
December 28, 2009 | MARK BECHTEL
Roy DeCarava, 89 Best known for his 1955 book The Sweet Flypaper of Life, a collaboration with Langston Hughes about Harlem, DeCarava took photos for SI for 14 years.