March 16, 1970 | Pat Ryan
The selection of his thoroughbred as Horse of the Year reflects Paul Mellor's eminence in the racing game, but its name—no accident—is a tribute to other passions that guarantee him lasting fame in sport
May 29, 1967 | Garry Valk
The Indianapolis 500 approaches, and we offer in this issue (page 74) two highly personal views of the race—one the work of a young gallery artist, the other that of a Jesuit priest-professor-poet. The two men are...
November 11, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien
Jessica Gandolf's oil paintings of her "American heroes" are on display at the Baumgold gallery in New York City.
May 20, 1957 | Alfred Duggan
THE TYING OF THE FLIESIn a unique presentation, John McDonald and Dwight A. Webster analyze the Berners flies, proffer their own authoritative version of how they were tied and show them in four pages of full color...
November 05, 1956 | William L. Worden
With this issue SPORTS ILLUSTRATED begins a special
series of Olympic features which will culminate in the Olympic Preview Issue on
Nov. 19. The Preview Issue will present stars of all nations, in color,