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May 24, 1976 | Ernest Havemann
Dick Francis, the English steeplechase jockey turned writer of suspense novels, has had a problem with his literary career. Since his settings are nearly always the racing world, his natural audience would seem to be...
June 23, 1975 | Martha Duffy
Dick Francis thrillers have appeared annually since 1964, and they are among the very best around. An ex-steeplechase jockey in England, Francis always uses some aspect of racing as background and the incrustation of...
April 30, 1973
Old Octopus Arm, Luis Tiant of the Red Sox, became the toast of Fenway Park in last year's pennant chase. Before that, as Myron Cope writes, he was going nowhere.
January 05, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
For nearly five years the signature at the bottom of this page has featured the familiar G and V of Garry Valk. Under Garry's stewardship, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED reached levels of success few of us so much as dreamed of...