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December 02, 1968 | Gary Walk
Journalist-experts are not born. Hugh Whall, our sailing writer-expert, got that way by sailing, starting on his own at 9 in a dinghy on the Zwartkops River in his native South Africa. In later years he sailed for...
July 15, 1968
An invading force of U.S. golfers, including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Billy Casper, hopes to return from famed Carnoustie with the 1968 British Open title.
June 03, 1968
SEDENTARY ATHLETESSirs:Although I enjoyed Professor McCormick's sprightly article (Score One for Today's Students, May 20), I take vigorous exception to several of his assertions.
May 06, 1968 | Garry Valk
There comes a time for every specialist in journalism when he wants to try his hand at something else in the trade. So it was that Hugh Whall, our ebullient boating writer, left his pier at SPORTS ILLUSTRATED a year...
April 29, 1968
The world champion, according to the WBA, will be the winner of the Jerry Quarry-Jimmy Ellis heavyweight fight. Mark Kram reports and assesses the victor's title claim.