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August 11, 1958
•Therugged young man smiling on his porch is after Floyd Patterson's heavyweight title. Joe David Brown tells the lurid story of Roy Harris; Martin Kane previews the fight.
March 16, 1959
•Novelist Joe David Brown describes the life, loves and good times of the most fabulous sportsman of the modern era—Prince Aly Khan. First of two parts.
March 16, 1959 | Harry Phillips
In The Fabulous World of Foxhall Keene, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (Feb. 16 and 23) told of a great sportsman uniquely the product of a gilded age. In 1941 Keene died, rich in memories, poor in pocket and comparatively...
March 23, 1959 | Joe David Brown
In Part II Joe David Brown tells the story of Aly's childhood; his clairvoyant skill at choosing great Thoroughbreds; and his new life as a diplomat.
October 23, 1961
The Liberté, grand old lady of the French Line, retires from service in November. Joe David Brown salutes his favorite ship, and what he considers the last civilized way to travel.