Showing 1 - 10 of 246 Stories for Frank Mullins
The Writing is on the Wall
The rash of phony transcripts and academic cheating spells out the fact that athletics are now an abomination to the ideals of higher education. Victims: the student-athletes. Culprits: the system and those who run it
Journey to Chickcharney Country
Andros Island lies in the Bahama group, but it lives alone—untamed and untrampled by tourists. Teal teem in its uncharted bays, fish abound in the surrounding waters and boar roam its unexplored hills under the ever-watchful red eyes of local leprechauns
Zone Defenses Set the Style
Once deplored by better coaches as the easy way out of teaching sound defense in basketball, the zone is now all the rage on every level of the sport. One good ...
ANYONE CAN HIT A LONG BALL
For the weekend golfer a good driving round will be a good scoring round, since a long, straight tee shot usually will bring the green within reach and create a ...
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
FRANK MULLINS (illustrations): Aug. 14, 1961; Feb. 19, Oct. 8, Nov. 19, 1962; June 17, Dec. 2, 1963; Sept. 21, 1964; April 26, 1965; Sept.
Garden Party for the Redmen
Inspired by a familiar setting, St. John's defeated nemesis Boston College for the Big East championship
Gary Beban, Heisman Trophy Winner September 19, 1966
Four years after he carried off the 1967 Heisman Trophy, Gary(the Great One) Beban turned his back on football for good. Theformer UCLA ...
POINT OF FACT
A boxing quiz to excite the memory and increase the knowledge of the casual fan and the armchair expert.
HOW I KNOW WHAT PITCHERS WILL THROW
The secrets of a highly specialized art—how to detect and profit by the telltale habits of rival pitchers—are revealed by baseball's No. 1 spy, who used to have a ...
Finger toasters, silk glove liners and wool helmets will help you keep warm when skiing on sub-zero days
When the polar icecap seemed to blanket most of North America and Europe last winter, the hatters of America told us that a man without a hat can lose up to ...