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November 12, 1984 | Robert L. Miller
In this Olympic year SPORTS ILLUSTRATED is with this issue having a torch-passing ceremony of its own. Gilbert Rogin, 54, the SI managing editor since 1979, last week became managing editor of our sister publication...
September 05, 1983 | Robert L. Miller
With this issue SI becomes the first all-color national weekly magazine—that is, the first to permit the use of four-color illustration on every page. Our use of color increased markedly back in 1981, but until this...
July 20, 1981 | Philip G. Howlett
In her article about the yawl Santana, which begins on page 52, Sarah Pileggi observes that had architects Tom and Ted Eden not restored the old boat, Santana would today be only a glorious memory—in Pileggi's mind,...
January 03, 1972 | J. Richard Munro
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S double year-end issue allows us a few days to catch our breath, but for some, like Pro Football Editor Gil Rogin, all that can be managed is a gasp or two. Just when he would have liked to pursue...
April 01, 1968 | Garry Valk
Having Senior Editor Gilbert Rogin write the story on Don Schollander that begins on page 24 was, in a way, a match made in heaven. Schollander is the foremost swimmer of the '60s and Rogin may well be the foremost...