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June 25, 1956
With the Olympic flame from Greece, horses and riders from Caracas to Cambodia and an enthusiastic outpouring of European royalty, Stockholm was the capital of the equestrian world last week. A king, two queens,...
September 24, 1962
BY THE BOOKSSirs:This writer noted with interest your article The Bookies Close Up Shop (Sept. 3), and close up they have, throughout the country. But the net results of Bobby Kennedy's crusade against interstate...
December 23, 1963 | Alfred Wright
TO THE STATESMEN OF ASIA, MASTERY OF THE GAMES OF THE WEST IS MORE THAN RELAXATION: IT IS A LINK TO THE PEOPLE. LIKE MANY YOUNG FILIPINOS, PRESIDENT DIOSDADO MACAPAGAL (LEFT) LEARNED TO PLAY POOL IN HIS BOYHOOD,...
December 23, 1963 | Sidney L. James
Tokyo's forthcoming Olympic Games will be the first ever held in Asia, and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED decided early in 1963 that this special year-end issue would be a salute to the sportsmen of that vast, fascinating—and...
January 13, 1964
THE MANSirs:Pete Rozelle? Even the great iguana hunter, Richard Burton, has more credentials.BILL GILLISLancaster, Calif.