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May 15, 1967 | Garry Valk
Jack Olsen says they laughed when he sat down to do a four-part Buzzie Bavasi series. Although Bavasi had been an obvious choice for an inside baseball story for years, interviewing the hyper-locomotive Dodger...
March 13, 1967 | M. R. Werner
Pride, fear, ignorance, canniness, catlike quickness and a superb physique are the very human qualities of a by-now almost legendary character known sometimes as Muhammad Ali, sometimes as Cassius Clay. In his new...
February 13, 1967 | Garry Valk
Although the necessity of fitting the vast variety and sheer quantity of U.S. sport into a finite number of pages often leaves our editors gnashing at their pencils, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has never taken that profusion...
May 09, 1966
The Derby report includes all the color that the annual one-day festival and an especially uncertain horse race can provide. By Whitney Tower and a corps of cameramen.
May 02, 1966 | Jack Olsen
Concluding his five-part series on Cassius Clay, Jack Olsen examines the champ's shaky finances and his uncertain future.