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There hardly can be a SPORTS ILLUSTRATED reader who does not know that we picked the Pirates to beat the Yankees—against the gamblers' odds and against the best advice of many readers themselves, bless 'em, who don't...
October 10, 1960
The first World Series in 33 years between Pittsburgh and New York will be reported in words by Editor Roy Terrell and in pictures by SPORTS ILLUSTRATED photographers.
August 29, 1960
A QUESTION OF THE EYE Sirs: You fellows should get a gold medal yourselves for compiling the Special Olympic Issue (Aug. 15). STEVE BELL San Gabriel, Calif.
August 01, 1960
Stephen Birmingham, champion all-round non-athlete, wit and social historian, tells how judicious use of sporting terms enables him to avoid all exertion, yet talk a good game.
May 16, 1960
•Is bridge dangerous? No, but it can be hysterical. Jack Olsen writes of the masterful world of Expert Charles Goren and a raft of other noted and entertaining players.