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December 06, 1954 | The Know-It-All
The new safariSafaris nowadays aren't as rugged as they used to be, and for most of us they still represent the kind of dream which we would like to fulfill if only Uncle Oscar or Aunt Hettie remember us in their...
February 14, 1955 | The Know-it-all
New popularityHistorically, the idea of making meaningful markings on ice originated on the canals of 15th century Holland. Americans took little interest in figure skating until the turn of the present century but...
March 07, 1955 | John O'Reilly
Rare color pictures taken in the Netherlands West Indies show a remote colony of wild flamingos in gaudy pageantry as only a handful of ornithologists have been privileged to view them
March 07, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Among the articles Gerald Holland has written for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED readers may particularly remember two broad surveys of sports—The Golden Age Is Now in our first issue and 1954, The Year and its Sportsman (SI,...
April 04, 1955
Sirs:Yesterday (SI, Mar. 21) about the great days of the old Irish-American Athletic Club took me back to my boyhood when we lived within a few blocks of the clubhouse on 59th Street, and I was a very junior,...