Showing 1 - 10 of 10 Stories for Bernie Fuchs
WHEN IT'S 3 AND 2
TO ARTIST BERNIE FUCHS, THIS IS BASEBALL'S MOST DRAMATIC MOMENT, AND HE RECORDS HIS IMPRESSIONS OF IT, OBSERVED IN SEVERAL ...
THE BEST AGAINST THE BEST
As the British Open returns to Turnberry, Scotland, the author recounts golf's greatest match: Watson-Nicklaus, 1977.
DAVID GOES AFTER GOLIATH
Is it possible to begin a college basketball season without raising hosannas to Bill Walton and his UCLA Bruins? Well, no. So here's to Billâ€”Kick him in the ...
One Place That Hasn't Seen The Light
... when sunlight and the surrounding greenness lend emphasis to the phrase " national pastime." SEVEN ILLUSTRATIONS BERNIE FUCHS.
LITTLE BIG MAN OF THE BLACK HAWKS
One night Stapleton almost lost his right eye when a Bernie Geoffrion slap shot thudded above it. In February of 1970 he crashed into a ...
A HORROR TO PLAY IN BUT GREAT TO WATCH
... of course, was news, but Julius Boros (right), a man who was not news until he went on to win the Open, stands alone. FIVE ILLUSTRATIONS BERNIE FUCHS.
Not to Be Forgotten
From a right-leaning quarterback to a bass-playing power forward to a clotheshorse coach, the sports figures who died made marks that will last for ages—even those who passed away far before their primes
The Second World War Kicks Off DECEMBER 7 1941 REDSKINS VERSUS EAGLES ON PEARL HARBOR DAY
Everyone in Washington, D.C.'s Griffith Stadium that day knewhis role. The wives walked in together, chattering like a flockof birds. The 27102 ...
A One-Way Ticket to Obscurity
That's what being black in the first half of the 20th century meant for Oscar Charleston, the greatest baseball player you've never heard of
HIGH ON THE HILL
The middle is tight, with Guards Ray Popp and Bernie LaQuinta flanking Center .... the running of Halfback Fred Fuchs and the passing of Quarterback Joe Petro.