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January 29, 1962
THE SAN FRANCISCO MOODSirs:Regarding your article The San Francisco Myth (Jan. 15), I would be more than happy to personally escort Mr. Joe David Brown halfway across the Golden Gate Bridge and give him that...
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.
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.
October 10, 1966 | Garry Valk
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED does not often carry major articles examining the character (sporting and otherwise) of a city, but when we do undertake such a piece we give our investigators a free hand. In 1962 Joe David Brown...
January 14, 1963
The golden chase is on as pro golf opens its richest season and renews a great duel—Arnold Palmer vs. Jack Nicklaus. How the top players may fare is explored by Alfred Wright.