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November 18, 1974
A hockey original, Goalie Ken Dryden of Montreal faces a stern weeklong test in his comeback. Passing that barrier could be the saving of his troubled team, says Mark Mulvoy.
January 13, 1975
See ya later, alligator, but in what numbers? Protected as an endangered species, 'gators are multiplying so fast in Florida and Louisiana that people and pets may need protection of their own. Edwin Shrake reports.
April 07, 1975
On rink and court the pro seasons end in a flurry of jostling for the playoffs. Mark Mulvoy looks ahead toward hockey's championships and Pat Putnam outlines the surprising makeup of NBA and ABA postseason play.
April 28, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
STRONGEST MANSir:As a devotee of Olympic weight lifting I was pleasantly surprised to find Vasili Alexeyev's massive bulk planted firmly on the April 14 cover of SI. William O. Johnson is to be commended for his...
October 10, 1977 | John A. Meyers
Senior Writer William O. Johnson, whose article about the controversy surrounding Minnesota's Boundary Waters Canoe Area begins on page 50, has a special and long-term interest in that great wilderness.