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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...
August 24, 1981 | Edited by Gay Flood
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDSSir:Bravo to Robert H. Boyle for his fine editorial regarding James Watt, the Reagan Administration and Westerners (SCORECARD, Aug. 10)! Yes, Watt is diluting Western support of Reagan. During...
April 27, 1981
A shot at the championship awaits Gerry Cooney if he wins his May 11 fight with former heavyweight champ Ken Norton. William Nack profiles the 24-year-old slugger who is living his lost childhood even as he grows to...
February 09, 1981 | Dan Levin
Robert H. Boyle, a senior writer for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, has been known to catch a bass or two between assignments, or, for that matter, between paragraphs. His latest book is titled Bass (W. W. Norton, $27.50), not,...
February 09, 1981 | Philip G. Howlett
Every time Associate Editor Jule Campbell returns from the locale of a sunshine issue—an in-house euphemism—she says, "This is the most beautiful place in the world. What can we possibly do for an encore?" What she...