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'I'm Not Worth a Damn'
Cocaine ruined Don Reese's NFL career and put his life in jeopardy. The same insidious drug, he says, is messing up NFL players and games
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)
Fred Kaplan 19. Robert Beck 18. Bill Frakes 18. Eric Schweikardt 17. Brian Lanker 16. Jay Maisel 16. Michael O'Neill 16. Tony Tomsic 15
Raised by Women to Conquer Men
Cosseted by his grandmother, coached by his mother, Jimmy Connors bestrode the world of tennis in 1974. Although he has slipped since, he refuses to alter his game
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
FRED E. CHEZ: June 24, 1957. CHRISTA: Dec. 16, 1957; Oct. ..... FRED KAPLAN : May 9, Oct. 24, Oct. 31, 1966; Dec. 25, 1967; Sept. 16, 1968 ...
Hey Mister, Can We Have Your Autograph?
In sport, the great paper chase began with Babe, and baseball has remained No. 1 on the pen parade
Riffling through a cardsharp's garden of Bicycles, Bees and Bulldog Squeezers
The longest poker game begins with but a single card. And chances are the card comes from Cincinnati, home of the U.S. Playing Card Co., ...
SAY HEY NO MORE
Tired and sick, an aging Willie Mays struggles to finish a season that has already lasted too long.
HUMMING A RHAPSODY IN BLUE
Vida is calling the tune in Oakland, where his exuberance and his fastball are making leaders of the A's, money for Charlie Finley and believers out of batters ...
A canine encyclopedia: the perfect way for dogged readers to fill a rainy summer
People who are interested in dogs are really interested in dogs. Nothing else will suffice. One sees the types, individual yet familiar: the elderly ...
Some atomic scientists got together and went happily back to the bow and arrow
At a Los Alamos, N. Mex. brainstorming session one afternoon the atomic scientists decided that it would be stimulating to sharpen their theoretical tools on a ...