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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...
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...
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...
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.
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...