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May 26, 1986 | Edited by Cathrine Wolf
OILER WOESSir:Armen Keteyian and Donald Ramsay have taken a cheap shot at the Edmonton Oilers after an emotional and tough series loss to the Calgary Flames (The Joyless End Of A Joyride. May 12). I question whether...
May 19, 1986 | Edited by Cathrine Wolf
HEMINGWAYSir:I commend SPORTS ILLUSTRATED for printing An African Betrayal (May 5) by Ernest Hemingway. This touching story-within-a-story depicts the majesty of an aging elephant, the uncertainty of a young man and...
May 05, 1986 | Donald J. Barr
At artist Walt Spitzmiller's home in rural Redding, Conn. last week, the late afternoon sun was filtering through the white pines and flaming yellow forsythia that grows outside his studio. Inside, Spitzmiller, 41,...
December 28, 1981 | E.M. Swift
It comes from the Spanish rodear, to surround: A rodeo was simply a cattle roundup, and, at the end of it, one cowboy might bet another that he could ride a rank stallion longer. Or tie a calf quicker. The first...
December 28, 1981 | Philip G. Howlett
In 1953, when he was eight years old, artist Walt Spitzmiller's mother took him to a rodeo in his hometown of St. Louis. It was an amateur performance, and the "stadium" where it was held is now a parking lot, but...