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October 15, 1956
At the Winter Olympics in Cortina the freshest look in cold-weather wear was that of the spectator who wore a bold plaid blanket cut into a parka, jacket or poncho (SI, Dec. 26). Inspired by this colorful display of...
August 19, 1963
These teen-agers are posed like the comic-strip characters in the paintings of a current craze called pop art, which exaggerates commonplace aspects of the American scene. They are telling a back-to-school fashion...
October 05, 1964
Second Lieut. Donald Napoli, 23, a weapons controller at Sioux City, Iowa AFB who learned chess as a child in East Lansing, Mich., won five matches, drew one and lost none to win the Air Force World-Wide Chess...
November 29, 1965 | Dick Gordon
Wallace (Butch) DeWitt once kicked a rule into the books, although he had no intention of so doing when he attempted a field goal in the 1911 Princeton-Dartmouth game. The kick was a botch, but it gave Princeton the...
November 25, 2002 | Kelley King
The education is intensive—and expensive—at IMG Academies, where sports come first and classes are fit into training regimens designed to help students reach their athletic goals