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May 20, 1963
THE OFFENDERSSirs:I've read every issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED since you've been in business, but I think this time you went too far (Players Are Not Just People, April 29).
August 26, 1963
The big payoff on Walter O'Malley's Chavez Ravine seems imminent as Ron Fairly and the other young Dodgers battle to win the pennant that slid away from them last year.
October 07, 1963
The world series will be a duel of Yankee power and defense vs. Dodger pitching and speed. Color photographs of the action and an inside look at the tactics of both teams.
February 10, 1964 | Sidney L. James
Last summer Arnold Palmer refined and distilled the principles and philosophy of his golf and shared the result with SPORTS ILLUSTRATED readers in an unforgettable five-part series. Now it gives us pleasure to say...
May 04, 1964
A tiger enigma is Detroit's Al Kaline. Though he has averaged over .300 for 12 years, some say he has not yet reached his peak. Jack Olsen offers his—and Kaline's—answers.