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October 12, 1959
No dream of Walter Mitty's is more replete with hazard than the real-life sporting event known as the Modern Pentathlon, an athletic ordeal comprising five consecutive days of riding, fencing, shooting, swimming and...
April 03, 1961
The special Baseball Issue presents for the seventh successive year a report from the spring training camps on the strengths and weaknesses of the 16—no, 18 now—major league teams. George Plimpton, one of the editors...
February 05, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
October 28, 1985 | Alexander Wolff
Dear Mom and Dad:Tapocketapocketapocketa. That's the sound James Thurber's Walter Mitty heard as he imagined himself piloting a Navy hydroplane, and preparing for delicate surgery, and leading an Allied bombing...
April 09, 2001 | Franz Lidz
The best big league games I've ever seen were played on the floor of my boyhood bedroom. The players were cards inscribed with a series of black-and-red numbers. When those figures were combined with the numbers that...