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August 28, 1961
Major league experts at the double play, the split-second ballet on which pennant races turn, reveal the individualistic moves that have enabled them to become master infielders.
April 20, 1959 | William F. Talbert
The eastern circuit.... Drama and glamour.... The touring player's life and how to get along.... A crisis in Florida.... A victory at Asheville.
April 13, 1959 | Harry Phillips
In an extraordinary autobiography, Playing for Life, which begins next week in SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and which will be published in expanded form on April 21 by Little, Brown and Co. ($4), William F. Talbert remarks:
September 17, 1956
William F. Talbert, shown here with Hamilton Richardson (right), has long observed how effective the behavior and appearance of our traveling athletes can be in winning overseas friends for this country. As a...
August 08, 1960 | William F. Talbert
Much of the strategy demonstrated in these pages by Earl Buchholz and Chuck McKinley appeared originally, but in somewhat altered form, in the book The Game of Doubles in Tennis by William F. Talbert and Bruce S....