Showing 1 - 10 of 68 Stories for Dick Raphael
Two Seconds Stretch For First
The Celtics' astonishing victory over Philadelphia put them in pro basketball's championship round with the Los Angeles Lakers, who also were the runners-up in their division
HARRELSON: Dick Raphael. SMITH AND CARLOS: Neil Leifer. ROBERT KENNEDY: Bill Eppridge/LIFE. BEAMON: Tony Duffy/Allsport. 1969.
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)
Dick Raphael 9. Neal Barr 8. Phil Bath 8. Gregory Heisler 8. Fred Lyon 8. Camera 5 7. Jacqueline Duvoisin 7. Getty Images 7. David Goodnow ...
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
DICK RAPHAEL: Sept. 2, 1968; March 29, 1971; July 7, Oct. 20, 1975; Nov. 1, 1976; May 9, 1977; Dec. 8, 1980; July 19, 1982; March 21, 1988.
Heroes Fred Lynn, Carlton Fisk and Rick Burleson are long gone and his team is sixth in the American League East, but Boston Manager ...
THEY RUINED THE BRUINS
With an awesome display of one-upmanship, the glittering Montreal Canadiens left Boston in tatters as they scored their second straight sweep ...
IF YOU MUST GO TEARING THROUGH LIFE, BE SURE TO TAKE DUCT TAPE ALONG
After producing such losers as cyclamates, the Edsel and brown cigarette paper, technology, that fickle handmaiden of science, has struck a ...
BACK IN BUSINESS IN BOSTON
Dave Cowens shocked people when he quit the Celtics. Last week he was playing his game again, having decided that trotting was not his gait.
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