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September 27, 1954
Herewith a salute from the editors to men and women of all ages who have fairly earned the good opinion of the world of sport, regardless of whether they have yet earned its tallest headlines
August 14, 1961
Richard Bissell, author of the musical The Pajama Game, ruminates on the life of a houseboater in Iowa—you can do it Huck Finn or gray-flannel style. Either way is fun.
July 16, 1962
This boy, alone with his dog, poling a raft he built himself along a quiet stretch where the Mississippi flows by a big drooping willow, is James Edward Lucy, 12. He lives on Island 26 between Arkansas and Tennessee,...
August 17, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
Sports stars in motion pictures have been a U.S. cultural phenomenon since Gentleman Jim Corbett stepped in front of a hand-cranked camera in 1919 to make a silent film serial titled The Midnight Man. In the...
April 20, 1981 | Michael Baughman
The wilderness. The backcountry. The out-of-doors. It has long been an American notion that we need to go back to nature at least occasionally to renew ourselves, to restore health or even sanity. Some of our very...