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June 15, 1959
•Ingemar Johansson is the beguiling young Swede who has a plan to win the world's heavyweight title. Artist Robert Riger illustrates the plan, and Martin Kane judges it.
June 01, 1959 | Arthur Murphy
Two spirited controversies have lent a pungent bonus to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S coverage this year of one of the finest of track seasons. First: when Avery Brundage gave his peppered opinion that the U.S. is now a...
June 01, 1959
THE GREAT EAST-WEST TRACK CONTROVERSYSirs:Maybe The Midwest Has It (SI, May 18), but Hamilton B. (Tex) Maule does not. He'd better spread some suntan oil on his head.
January 26, 1959
•Athletes like Ireland's Ron Delany pose a severe threat to U.S. world supremacy in track. Tex Maule explores the challenge and assays the current indoor track campaign.
September 29, 1958 | Harry Phillips
During the early days of professional football, which go back to 1895 and a game between Latrobe and Jeannette, Pa., it often seemed that the only way to make ends meet was to have two players qualified at the...