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May 27, 1985 | Robert L. Miller
After 18 years as a globe-trotting SPORTS ILLUSTRATED writer, William Oscar Johnson has come in from the cold. Trading his trench coat and portable typewriter for a desk, a swivel chair and a row of newly sharpened...
November 21, 1983 | Robert L. Miller
When Julia Lamb signed on as a copy girl at SI in 1962, she could have had no way of knowing that, two decades later, we'd be sending her back whence she'd come.
August 29, 1983 | Edited by Gay Flood
HEROESSir:In his article What's Happened to Our Heroes? (Aug. 15), William Oscar Johnson wrote, "The American sports fan really does not care very much whether jocks misbehave," as long as he has his tickets. Not...
September 20, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
Senior Writer William Oscar Johnson has a line in his piece on the Sunfish, which begins on page 74, that the boat was designed "to do nothing but make people happy." The craft has succeeded beyond its creators'...
April 19, 1982 | William Oscar Johnson