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October 06, 1969 | Garry Valk
Lew Alcindor is only 22, but already SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has paid an uncommon amount of attention to him, chronicling in detail his ups and downs from his first freshman game at UCLA through the loss to Houston in the...
August 25, 1969 | Garry Valk
There are certain appellations that any man would be proud to have after his name—millionaire, All-America, bestselling author—but they are out of reach for most of us. Not so with one of our senior editors, who, if...
June 23, 1969 | Garry Valk
The series of articles by Bil Gilbert on drugs in sport, which begins in this issue (page 64), is the first comprehensive and authoritative study of a vastly complicated problem. It is a problem that many of the...
June 16, 1969
RETARDSSirs:My compliments to Bil Gilbert for his article Confessions of a Retarded Tiger (June 2). Now I understand why the 1967 Red Sox pennant victory seemed so hollow. Ellis Kinder really hadn't struck out Yogi...
June 09, 1969
TRAGIC AWAKENING (CONT.)Sirs:Jack Olsen has done a remarkable and courageous job of reporting the tragedy of that August night in 1967 in Glacier National Park (The Grizzly Bear Murder Case, May 12 et seq.). He has...