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The Photographers The best shooters are as competitive as the athletes they cover, so SI helps them keep score (and, yes, this list includes Joe DiMaggio, but, no, it's not the Yankee Clipper)
Gregory Heisler 8. Fred Lyon 8. Camera 5 7. Jacqueline Duvoisin 7. Getty Images 7. David Goodnow 7. Phillip Leonian 7. Arnold Newman 7
Like Father, Like Son
Ole Miss will never forget Archie, but Peyton is the Manning of the year with recruiters from Oxford to Ann Arbor
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
ARNOLD NEWMAN: Aug. 29, 1955; Dec. 5, 1960; Sept. 1, 1969; Nov. 8, 1971; July 19, 1976; Aug. 8, 1983. MARVIN E. NEWMAN: June 25, ...
May the Best Manning Win
Eli and Peyton face off for the first time in the Sunday-night opener, and they don't particularly want to talk about it (even with each other). Making NFL history as the first brothers to start at quarterback in the same game, they'll add another chapter to the Manning family saga-and when it's over, you won't want to be around the one who lost
A shaper of Hall of Famers and a victim of circumstance—basketball's statistical "biggest loser" is anything but that today
To its traditional three H's, Saratoga has added C for culture, S for sports
Berry Wall no longer changes clothes 40 times a day to stroll along Broadway, and there are no Rolls-Royces parked in front of the famous Grand Union Hotel ...
A master mariner writes grippingly of the seagoing war with Cape Horn
Cape Horn on the southern tip of the American continents is one of the world's more formidable obstacles to navigation. From the time of ...
Larry Newman, Balloonist AUGUST 28, 1978
... and the gun goes click," saysLarry Newman, who captained Double Eagle ... Arnold Palmer .... Larry Newman, Balloonist AUGUST 28, 1978.
WITH EDWIN NEWMAN'S 'SUNDAY PUNCH' YOU CAN COUNT THIS REVIEWER OUT
Arnold Palmer .... Edwin Newman is a bright and amusing fellow who has had a noteworthy career as a television correspondent for NBC News ...
The Panic Room
For some, that was Radio City Music Hall on Day 1 of the draft. (Hey there, Geno Smith!) For others, it was a tense conference chamber 900 miles away, where the future of one NFC West climber hinged on a series of ballsy gambles—and whether an antique gold coin would bring a little bit of luck