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"I never in my life saw anything like it," says Stein Eriksen, an Olympic skiing champion who is familiar with icy landscapes from the Alps to the Andes. Eriksen (second from left) stands on New Zealand's Mt. Ruapehu...
January 07, 1963
The brashest boy on the pro golf tour is Phil Rodgers. Fat, sassy and tough to beat, he is depicted at his supercon-fident—but sometimes lonely—best by Walter Bingham.
April 30, 1962
VIVE LES GIRLSSirs:Congratulations on your much improved covers: Francine Bréaud (Dec. 25), Joan Hannah (Feb. 5) and now Donna de Varona (April 16). Please keep it up.BILL FITZPATRICKPlattsburgh, N.Y.
April 02, 1962
OLD QUESTION, SAME ANSWER
March 19, 1962 | Arthur Lydiard
Within the last two years runners from sparsely populated New Zealand have broken no less than eight world records. Behind this astonishing success is the teaching of an athletic iconoclast, Arthur Lydiard, who sets...