Showing 1 - 10 of 81 Stories for Gilbert Rogin
From California to New York, housewives, athletes and businessmen are taking up a no-sweat, no-pain system of muscle building
THE INVISIBLE CHAMPION
When Floyd Patterson regained the heavyweight title, he said he would abandon his reclusive ways. But he is still a rarely seen, usually misunderstood, ...
THE HAPPY-GO-LUCKY GOALIE
Like a party begun with a practical joke, the 1962-63 National League hockey season got off to a boffo start as the forever cellar-dwelling Boston Bruins pulled ...
A business proposition
The Pender-Basilio fight made money, but for the beaten Carmen it was a tough buck
NORRIS' LAST STAND
When James D. Norris, wearing a somber tan and a funeral suit, came last week to Room 318 of the old Senate Office Building in Washington, where Senator ...
THE VALIANT YANKEE-CHASER
Only twice in 16 seasons have the New York Yankees lost pennants—both times to teams managed by Al Lopez. Now spring is here again and so is Lopez, ...
The Croatian Candidate
George Chuvalo is a Canadian of Croatian descent who has never been knocked down, dabbles in Freud and Confucius and feels he is destined to be heavyweight champion. This week he pursues his presumed fate in a bout with Floyd Patterson
OLD ST. NICK'S
Not so long ago,Ezzard Charles, whose attitude toward his profession even when he had theskills was dispassionate, and now, on the slide of years, is that of a ...
THE DEADLY INSULT
Challenger Emile Griffith, infuriated by a taunt from Welterweight Champion Benny Paret, destroyed him in the ring.