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September 27, 1971
PICKS AND POKESSirs:Congratulations on another marvelous issue of SI. The College Football 1971 section (Sept. 13) was sensational. Although I disagree on LSU's place (No. 5) in the Top 20, I would like to commend...
March 06, 1972
Baseball's too-fat cats of 1971, the Cincinnati Reds, may turn out to be tigers in 1972—if Manager Sparky Anderson's spring whipcracking works. Bill Leggett reports.
August 21, 1972
The Olympics are bigger—with 9,000 athletes from more than 120 nations—and presumably better this year, reports SI's Munich-bound crew. The U.S. track and field squad, says Pat Putnam, has more youthful confidence...
December 11, 1972
Sirs:I enjoyed Jerry Kirshenbaum's article on the Denver Olympics (, Nov. 20), but I must disagree with his conclusion, wherein he states, "It was not a vote against the Olympics, per se.... It was a vote against...
May 14, 1973 | John A. Meyers
It was a much happier occasion this time (page 36) that brought together SI's Jerry Kirshenbaum, swimmer Mark Spitz and Photographer Heinz Kluetmeier (above): they had last met at the Olympics, where the glory of...