Showing 1 - 10 of 34 Stories for Ray Cave
Jerry Lucas: 1961 Sportsman of the Year
The Unassuming Ways of an Indispensable Man: Amateur basketball's finest player receives the Sports Illustrated award of the Grecian amphora, the classic symbol of excellence.
Strength over form
An overpowering bunch of California musclemen upset the favored eastern crews to win the top prize of college rowing
ST. BONAVENTURE IS SECOND-BEST
The Bonnies had won 99 basketball games in a row on their court in Olean, N.Y., but they ran into trouble with Niagara, the last team to beat them at home 13 ...
PORTRAIT OF A FIXER
Five weeks ago (SI, March 27) revelations of fixed college basketball games began to spread over the nation's front pages. At first, only four students from two ...
A MAN OF QUALITY
Luck suddenly ran out for Aly Khan, the prince who always knew and owned the very best.
McGUIRE RAISES A STANDARD
Philadelphia's problem player, Wilt Chamberlain, gets a strong new coach—who may also force the pro game to change its brawling, hustling ways
Run for its money
Chicago dug up its Pan Am track, but an ambitious group of runners put it down again
Tour de Parc Central
America's version of the Tour de France stops traffic but provides an Olympic team
Introduction to An African Journal
When ErnestHemingway died in 1961 several unpublished manuscripts of consequence were leftin his estate. These included two novels, ...