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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...
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...
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...
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 19, 1973
Top dogs on the hockey scene this year are the centers. Mark Mulvoy finds the wings, on the outside, less effective as he looks over young players shaping up as new stars.