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February 28, 1955 | Harry Phillips
The accident which on January 30 came to Jill Kinmont, holder of the women's National Junior and Senior slalom titles, was among the saddest in sports history. As most of our readers know, Jill lost control during...
March 07, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Among the articles Gerald Holland has written for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED readers may particularly remember two broad surveys of sports—The Golden Age Is Now in our first issue and 1954, The Year and its Sportsman (SI,...
March 14, 1955 | Harry Phillips
A while ago, Frank Nemits of Rome, N.Y., a loyal (and most thorough) student of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, could stand it no longer. Putting pen firmly to paper, he wrote us a letter:
March 21, 1955 | Harry Phillips
I recently mentioned the sports quiz contest which SPORTS ILLUSTRATED prepared for visitors to our booth at the National Sporting Goods Association Convention and Show in Chicago. Naturally, I've been asked, "Well,...
March 28, 1955
It's almost a tradition for the occupant of the White House to have a sports interest. Many chief executives have made a point of participating in or watching sports to gain relief from the pressure of day-to-day...