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August 24, 1970
Choke artists or victims of fickle fate, Dallas has blown four NFL playoff games. Analyst Tex Maule puts the Cowboys on the couch as they meet their nemesis, Green Bay.
May 11, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
At the moment—to the best of our knowledge, anyway—we do not have a Leo Tolstoy on the staff of this magazine. No magazine of our acquaintance does. But the range of writing talent and reportorial skill represented...
August 06, 1973
The lip at 67 is maybe a millimeter mellower but still the pungent Leo Durocher of lore and yore, as Edwin Shrake discovers in talks ranging from baseball biz to show biz.
May 23, 1966
The heavyweight and light heavyweight titles go on the line. From London, Edwin Shrake on the Clay-Cooper fight and from New York, Torres-Thornton by Mark Kram.
August 30, 1965 | Garry Valk
London, Paris, Beirut, Helsinki, Hamburg, Barcelona, Addis Ababa. Although that may read like one of those seven-day economy tours, it is just a sampling of the foreign cities to which SPORTS ILLUSTRATED writers have...