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December 08, 1958
Artist Russell Hoban's assignment was to paint the perfect basketball team—the dream team, the five men who would complement each other so superbly and ideally that as a unit they would be without peer. When he...
December 01, 1958
•In the annual College Basketball Issue, Kentucky's controversial Adolph Rupp writes a forthright declaration of his sometimes criticized coaching philosophy. Collegian Ron Johnson explains how important the game is...
December 02, 1957 | Harry Phillips
The odds are heavily against inventing, out of thin air, a sport equally interesting to players and spectators and able to rise in a comparatively short span of years to the front ranks. But the annual proof comes...
March 18, 1957 | Russell Hoban
With rare and human insight, Russell Hoban re-creates in words and a painting the bright moment when young Floyd Patterson changed forever and became Heavyweight Champion of the World
March 18, 1957 | Harry Phillips
The Central Figure in the painting on the center pages of this issue was not an unfamiliar subject to Artist Russell Hoban when he painted the new world heavyweight champion after he defeated Archie Moore in Chicago...