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August 27, 1956 | Harry Phillips
In last week's issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED the possible future of golf took form, in The Age of Sport, through the eyes of our golf editor, Herbert Warren Wind. Next week Bernard Darwin looks the other way and...
May 11, 1959 | Dr. William J. Long
All living creatures are born actors. By feigning death they live to play another day
September 13, 1965 | Robert Cantwell
Each week the Antiquarian Bookman, house organ of rare-book dealers, lists around 15,000 out-of-print, hard-to-locate (and generally expensive) books. There are a good many unexpected sporting books among them....
June 08, 1970 | Carleton Mitchell
An American yachtsman explores the eerie Galápagos Archipelago, where he finds the birds and beasts of Darwin's age—and echoes of bizarre human tragedies
June 11, 1984 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
A fierce squall hit the Marques during a Tall Ships race; only nine hands were found alive