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July 08, 1968
ARNIE'S ALLIESSirs:To me and, I am sure, to tens of thousands of others, the most dramatic and moving part of the closing of the U.S. Open was not the smile of the winner, Lee Trevino, or his engaging welcome to his...
July 01, 1968 | Garry Valk
On page 12 of this week's issue we begin a series of articles that seem certain to rank as the most socially significant this magazine has ever published. The Black Athlete—A Shameful Story is an investigation into...
June 10, 1968
A hitting famine has swept the big leagues—and with it a plague of theories explaining why. William Leggett examines a few of them and then tells what is really happening.
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.
November 06, 1967
The way-out scene of French skiing dominates this Olympic winter. Jack Olsen annotates the siege of Grenoble as the Games near, and Ernst Haas shows it in color.