August 22, 1977
The Phillies are flying again, particularly when Steve Carlton is winging the ball to his personal catcher, Tim McCarver. Larry Keith reports on this batterin' battery and the defending National League East champs'...
July 03, 1978
Pooling their talents, Mission Viejo's swimmers are doing laps at dawn's early light and, at dusk, lunging for vitamins flipped their way by controversial Coach Mark Schubert. Jerry Kirshenbaum profiles the country's...
July 23, 1979
Nothing but bad luck is what U.S. pros have had when the British Open is played at Royal Lytham and St. Annes. Not one has ever won it there, but five former Open winners are among the Americans clubbing at the jinx....
April 07, 1980
MASTERING THE MASTERS is a tall order, as Ed Sneed discovered last year, when he had the green coat all but on his back before losing his grip in the last three holes. Myra Gelband retraces the ups and the ultimate...
May 19, 1980 | Edited by Gay Flood
OUR PLANETSir:Jerry Kirshenbaum has outdone himself! His "state of the earth" article (Whither the Earth? May 5) was one of the best pieces to appear in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED in the 13 years that I've been reading it....