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May 08, 1961
WOMBSTERSSirs:Before I read Robert Boyle's clinical report on hot rods (The Car Cult from Rumpsville, April 24) I told myself the pleasure which I derived from building, tuning and driving our roadster had something...
July 11, 1960
•The talent-rich San Francisco Giants, favored by many to win the pennant, have turned into the most puzzling team in baseball. Robert Boyle penetrates the mystery.
April 04, 1960
WORLD OF THE NEGRO BALLPLAYERSirs:The Private World of the Negro Ballplayer (SI, March 21), is a welcome oasis in a desert of the usual superficial, sentimental coverage of Negro and white relationships in sports....
April 07, 1958 | Harry Phillips
Spring exerts its influences in odd as well as customary ways, in fever as in flowers. So perhaps a visitor to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED offices these days might well wonder what seasonal madness goes on when two men...
August 29, 1955
Sirs:I read with interest Mr. Boyle's article (SI, Aug. 15) and the accompanying comments offered by various people in public life.