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September 21, 1981 | Philip G. Howlett
Robert H. Boyle, whose study of the effects of acid precipitation begins on page 68, lives high on a hill above the Hudson River, in Cold Spring, N.Y., where he ponders "the thread of my life—nature and man's role in...
October 05, 1981 | Edited by Gay Flood
ACID PRECIPITATIONSir:When I was a little younger, I looked to SHORTS ILLUSTRATED for its glossy photographs of my athletic idols. Today I'm glad you concentrate on more than games. Robert H. Boyle's article (An...
October 12, 1981 | Edited by Gay Flood
VIEWS OF THE FIGHTSir:Your pictorial coverage of the showdown (On Top of the World, Sept. 28) was brilliant. As for Pat Putnam's article, it was most accurate. To think that Ray Leonard could have lost that fight,...
May 14, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
BULL CYCLONESir:Never have I been so moved by a story as I was by Frank Deford's The Toughest Coach There Ever Was (April 30) about Bob (Bull) (Cyclone) Sullivan of East Mississippi Junior College. Deford has long...
December 14, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
POLLUTIONForecast for Disaster (Nov. 16) by Robbert H. Boyle is the first logical and unemotional piece I have seen on man-made pollution. His case is well researched, well thought-out, well written and...