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September 25, 1978 | Kelso F. Sutton
When Kenny Moore handed in his article on the vanishing birds of the Hawaiian forest, which begins on page 72, shreds of moleskin still clung to his blistered heels. His arms were scratched, his legs bruised. He...
August 14, 1978
How do I love me? Let me count the ways: as a super sailor, as the super owner of Atlanta's Hawks and Braves, as a communications tycoon. All of which makes Ted Turner, as he tells Curry Kirkpatrick, a bit bigger,...
June 27, 1977 | John A. Meyers
Kenny Moore, author of this week's story on the incomparable Finnish runner Lasse Viren (page 66), is, of course, a world-class distance man himself. In 1971 he contributed his first piece to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, an...
November 01, 1971 | J. Richard Munro
One of the functional clichés of our business is that of the tongue-tied jock—the athlete who staggers across the finish line or climbs from the prize ring to offer something that sounds like, "I owe it all to clean...
February 20, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE WINTER GAMESSir:My thanks to Bob Ottum for an outstanding story on Scott Hamilton (Wow! Power, Feb. 6). Win or lose, Hamilton is one of the biggest men in sports today, by far.EMILIE TIHANSKYAllentown, Pa.