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'HOW'S MARCIANO GONNA HIT ME?'
Challenger Moore tells in his own words—and Artist Robert Riger's drawings show—how Moore expects to win the world's heavyweight championship from ...
THE VIOLENT SKILLS OF ICE HOCKEY
Montreal's Bob Turner (11), who could attempt a long shot (upper diagram) ... THIRTY ONE ILLUSTRATIONS ROBERT RIGER ILLUSTRATION ROBERT RIGER
COLLEGE BALL WAS NEVER LIKE THIS
... BALL WAS NEVER LIKE THIS. The New York Giants work an all-day, half-the- night schedule preparing for another pro football season. By Robert Riger. Sept.
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ROBERT RIGER (illustrations): Aug. 22, Oct. 24, 1955; May 7, Oct. 8, 1956; June 17, Nov. 25, 1957; March 31, May 5, 1958; Oct. 24, 1960
... Clubhouse at Pimlico race track (as pictured in the Robert Riger drawing shown above) may well find himself with nothing much to do this Saturday afternoon.
A BRAVE MATADORA EXPLAINS THE BULLFIGHT
To develop this view. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED sent Miss McCormick and Artist Robert Riger to Spain. The result of their collaboration is on the following pages.
WHY INGO WILL DO IT AGAIN
Perhaps the Robert Riger drawings on these pages will persuade the skeptical that it was not plain luck but plane geometry that Floyd Patterson is up against.
THE KENTUCKY DERBY
If the big race follows form, watch for Needles to trail at the start—and then come jetting down the homestretch.
Here's why it was THE BEST FOOTBALL GAME EVER
High drama, nerve-twanging tension and great athletes performing at their best created a classic of sports history when the Colts beat the Giants for the world championship