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September 18, 1972
THE RED SOX—can they make it? An inquiry into the breathless deeds of Yaz & Co. and the wild pennant race with Detroit, Baltimore and New York, by William Leggett.
November 20, 1972
WASHINGTON VS. NEW YORKSirs:Roy Blount's superfluous adulation of the Redskins (The Good Humor Men, Nov. 6) was positively vulgar! After reading his article, one might judge that the Giants were a team of blundering...
June 18, 1973 | John A. Meyers
Eighty-one-year-old Lifeguard Jim Havender (page 36) is happiest under water and is given to speaking respectfully to a plant called the sea rocket. "A good example of the kind of people I like," says Staff Writer...
April 15, 1974 | John A. Meyers
There were two teams covering the Masters Tournament for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED last spring. One was reporting and photographing events at the Augusta National Golf Club. The other, looking ahead a year to this week's...
July 29, 1974 | Roy Blount Jr.
Roy Blount examines fandom, in particular the dedicated, volatile Pittsburghers and how they react to their beloved, infuriating Steelers.