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Back Home Again in Indiana
Larry Bird, bored by retirement and all but ignored in Boston, has returned to impart his expertise and homey Hoosier virtues as coach of the Pacers
UPLAND GAME BIRDS
At the opening of what promises to be a record season SI presents a foldout of popular and exotic game birds plus an area-by-area report on where to find them, ...
BATTLE FOR A SHOT AT THE BIRDS
It was a runaway one day, a pennant race again the next. When John Roseboro of the Dodgers was greeted by ecstatic teammates after his home run climaxed ...
GINNY GETS HER GUN—AND TWO FINE BIRDS
A rifle champ tries out her new shotgun on Oregon's special junior game-bird preserve.
BIRDS over BLENHEIM
Nine of the top guns in Great Britain join the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough for pheasant shooting in the grand manner
A horse with flat feet who loved to watch birds was one of racing's greats
In the year 1933 a little chestnut horse named Hyperion, ridden by Tommy Weston and carrying the colors of the 17th Earl of Derby, won the race at Epsom that ...
BARNIE'S BEAUTIES: BIRDS OF THE EVERGLADES
Ranger Parker, guardian of one of the great bird sanctuaries of America, is an uninhibited individualist who knows many of his charges by their first names.
THE BIRDS, THE BEES AND THE PORSCHES
The 12 hours of Sebring is the most popular road race in the U.S. Why this should be so is not exactly clear, and probably never will be. It is neither the longest ...
DOING IT LIKE THE BIRDS
DOING IT LIKE THE BIRDS. Flapping and flopping for a thousand years in imitation of eagles, crows, beetles and fish, man finally found his way into the air.
RISING DYNASTY FOR THE BIRDS?
Baltimore has all the trappings of the old Yankee dynasty—big, strong hitters, splendid fielders, a row of faceless pitchers who win 15 games apiece and, most of ...