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December 12, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Two weekends ago, after the finish of the Army-Navy game, I sat talking with a friend—both of us in the relaxed frame of mind which comes each fall Saturday afternoon when hardly anything seems more important than to...
December 05, 1955 | Harry Phillips
In little more than a year of existence, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has already created a number of journalistic inventions—PREVIEW, CONVERSATION PIECE, YOU SHOULD KNOW, FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR among them.
November 28, 1955 | Harry Phillips
A Notable art exhibition, Sport in Art, opened last week at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, where it will continue until December 15. In a joyful wire to Museum Director Perry Rathbone, a member called it, "Most...
November 21, 1955 | Harry Phillips
When John O'Reilly first reported on the whooping crane for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (Sept. 20, 1954), the best that could be said about the search for the nesting grounds of America's tallest bird was that U.S. and...
November 14, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Chess, bird watching and the Olympic Fund may not appear at first glance to be closely related, but as I ran into them one day last week, they were. Each had a story to tell about what happens, as something so often...