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March 12, 1979
Short at short may describe the 79 White Sox, who are giving rookie Harry Chappas—5'3" or 5'5", depending on who's doing the measuring—a shot at the job. Larry Keith reports on the rook with the tallest challenge and...
December 18, 1978 | Kelso F. Sutton
Robert Cantwell died last week following a heart attack. He was a small man, sturdy and vigorous, with a round, gentle face, a quiet humor and an extraordinary intelligence that enabled him to absorb, interpret and...
February 13, 1978 | Jack Meyers
Among the special contributions of Special Contributor Robert Cantwell have been articles on subjects as diverse as polo's Cecil Smith (SI, May 9, 1977), the history of free road maps (June 22, 1964), llamas in...
December 15, 1975
The sportsman of the year is honored in our year-end issue, which also features pro football's climactic games; Robert Cantwell's salute to sport in colonial America; Frank Deford's beeootiful bow to the Great Sports...
May 26, 1975 | John A. Meyers
Robert Cantwell's first bicycle was a sturdy cream-and-brown Ranger that he and his brother chose from a catalog as a Christmas present back around 1918. Deliveries being no better then than they are now, it was...