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November 29, 1954
Sirs:Any time Staffers Robert Creamer and Jerry Cooke want to come for dinner, they are welcome! That's the least I can offer the two gentlemen who so accurately portrayed Slippery Rock in SI, Nov. 15 issue.
July 25, 1955
Sirs:I thoroughly enjoyed the article which Mrs. Dreyspool prepared for SI, July 11 on our manager, Walter Alston.
August 01, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Ted Williams, nearing the end of a phenomenally brilliant career, is probably the greatest gate attraction in baseball today. He is also a puzzling player whose personality remains unclear to the millions who follow...
October 17, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Certainly one of the best things SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has brought to the enjoyment of sports is the number of new names it has added to the roster of fine sportswriters," reader Ralph Cautley write s us from...
August 20, 1956 | Gerald Holland
The following thesis, "The Age of Sport, 1954-2004 A.D.," is hereby submitted as evidence of research completed for the degree Master of Sporting Sciences (M.S.S.).