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December 13, 1954
Sirs:Have just finished reading your Nov. 22 issue of SI, and enjoyed it as much as the preceding issues.
February 25, 1957
Chiharu (Chick) Igaya, slick-skiing Japanese Olympian, set downhill record, next day captured slalom for combined title, finished third in jumping to give Dartmouth victory over host team in Middlebury (Vt.) Winter...
November 11, 1957 | Don Parker
The hoop-la of high school football is the game at its gayest—except perhaps in a few towns where it has become big business
November 11, 1957
For as long as anyone can remember a football coach has never been fired at Hempstead High School. As the picture on the opposite page so clearly shows, the game is played strictly for fun. Players on the bench flirt...
March 31, 1969 | Dan Levin
Commack, a town in the middle of New York's Long Island, may be the only community of 20,000 anywhere to play host to two professional sports teams: the New York Nets of the American Basketball Association and the...