August 13, 1979
6—Mark Kauffman27—John Iacono36, 37—Dan Baliotti38, 39—John Iacono (2), Dan Baliotti (right)40—John Iacono (left), Dan Baliotti41—Dan Baliotti42, 43—George Tiedemann44—Richard Mackson45—Richard Mackson (left), Andy...
December 20, 1971
There is a dual relationship between the competitor and the spectator that brings our games and tests of skill into roaring, pulsing life. Neither party is a passive one, and through their joint endeavor there arises...
December 20, 1971 | J. Richard Munro
It is reflection time, also drink-a-toast time, and we feel we should share with you the fact that this has been a fine year for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED. Never have our advertisers found us more attractive, and never have...
July 06, 1970
In the old days of baseball, Ossee Schreckengost stuffed his catcher's mitt with feathers to muffle the legendary fast ball of Rube Waddell, and that great ballhawk of more than a century ago, John Chapman, won the...
July 06, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
Back in 1939 17-year-old Mark Kauffman was seated at a high school press conference in Los Angeles not six feet away from Eleanor Roosevelt. Already a passionate photographer, he snapped a portrait of the First Lady...