March 10, 2008 | Jeff MacGregor
W.C. Heinz wrote sports with spare elegance
October 30, 2000
W.C. Heinz is a man who has confronted ail that life has given him the only way he knows how—deep into the late rounds.—TED STRICKLETT, Omaha
November 26, 1984 | Robert F. Jones
"The only good novel about a fighter I've ever read," said Ernest Hemingway when the book was first published in 1958. Long out of print, W.C. Heinz's The Professional has been reissued (Arbor House, $8.95), and a...
July 14, 2003 | Richard Hoffer
It was popular to assume in 1954 that life was simple: Everybody was focused on work, duty and family. Even celebrities—of which sports stars were still the most reliable, depending as they did more on substance than...
September 25, 2000 | Jeff MacGregor
In an era when America's great sportswriters were as big as the athletes they covered, W.C. Heinz may have been the best of the bunch