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January 07, 1963
In 1962 the races were mainly to the swift—the Yankees, the Celtics, Bill Hartack at the Derby. Often the margin was slim, as when Skipper Bus Mosbacher took 'Weatherly' (left) around the first buoy in the America's...
August 10, 1964 | Coles Phinizy
Not 18-year-old Don Schollander, who soundly defeated Australia's famed veteran Murray Rose and set two world records last week as America's precocious swimmers warmed up for Tokyo
November 09, 1964
MEMORIESSirs:As an indiscriminate and bug-eyed spoils fan, I had the privilege of attending my first Olympic Games as a spectator in Tokyo. Having since devoured the last two issues of SI and carried your predictions...
July 27, 1981 | Sol Stern
August 10, 1981 | Edited by Gay Flood
TOM SEAVERSir:I read the enticing caption on your cover of Tom Seaver (July 27) and before I had even finished the trek from mailbox to house, I was halfway through the baseball "fix." You're right. We needed it. And...