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August 09, 1971 | Robert Cantwell
Half of Hal Higdon's On the Run from Dogs and People (Regnery, $5.95) is made up of explanations and anecdotes intended to show the nonrunner how interesting long-distance running really is. You stride along the...
April 27, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S editorial offices, more or less predictably, are rife with running nuts, ranging from such Johnny-run-lately joggers as Tex Maule to dedicated distance men like Andy Crichton. None of them,...
August 29, 1966
The zany pirates are aiming at the pennant. If they win it, reports Jack Mann, nobody will be sure if it was because of or in spite of their controversial manager, Harry Walker.
May 11, 1964
•Hal Higdon, first American to finish in the Boston Marathon (fourth in the race), on what his three children, aged 2, 4 and 5, think about his training: "Nothing—they think all daddies get up at 6 o'clock in the...
April 08, 1963
Its masters time once more in Augusta, where that most wondrous of golf tournaments gets a new champion. Alfred Wright describes the scene and the strokes that won.