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February 24, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Bridge a sport? Really? My reaction to your lead article (, Feb. 10) could perhaps aptly be summed up by the expression shown on the face of "foot soldier Zucchelli" on page 11. Although you occasionally rise to...
July 16, 1979 | Kelso F. Sutton
Readers occasionally inquire how this magazine's staffers hack it as athletes. Well, as a teen-ager in Coral Gables, Fla., Bill Colson used to beat Jimmy Connors at tennis. That was only in practice, Connors having...
September 14, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
Once again a major section of our annual college football issue is devoted to an appraisal of the Top 20 teams in the nation. Before much appraising can be done, however, a Top 20 must be selected, and this year the...
May 20, 1974 | John A. Meyers
The idea for a gallery of paintings of some of America's best and most beautiful par-3 golf holes (page 44) originated with the artist, Donald Moss. Moss spent a summer of his youth driving from one New England...
June 21, 1999
I am not old enough to have watched the man play, but your story on Bill Russell gave me goose bumps—Steve Rubin, Boulder, Colo.