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September 22, 1969 | Garry Valk
For a long time SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has been making predictions on games, pennant races, tournaments, playoffs and such, a precarious and—fortunately—often successful exercise that has our writers and editors out on a...
June 16, 1969
RETARDSSirs:My compliments to Bil Gilbert for his article Confessions of a Retarded Tiger (June 2). Now I understand why the 1967 Red Sox pennant victory seemed so hollow. Ellis Kinder really hadn't struck out Yogi...
March 31, 1969 | Garry Valk
When Associate Editor Robert Jones joined SPORTS ILLUSTRATED recently, he was itching to get out of the office and back to nature. He had just completed five highly productive but somewhat sedentary years behind a...
September 02, 1963 | Pat Ryan
A U.S. Amateur golf quiz to stimulate the memory and test the knowledge of the casual fan and armchair expert
October 31, 1960 | Sidney L. James
There was a sameness to golf in the Twenties," Herbert Warren Wind has written in The Story of American Golf. "Jones nearly always won." It was, of course, a "sameness" as far removed from monotony as high noon from...