Showing 1 - 10 of 1910 Stories for Stanley Walker
A New Round of Star Wars?
By signing Heisman Trophy Winner Herschel Walker to an out-of-this-world contract, the U.S. Football League put a lot more kick into its debut this week
Handy Man The Rockies' Larry Walker has all the major league tools, and he wields them like a master craftsman
As if they could tell Larry Walker anythingabout hitting. Or fielding. Or throwing, or baserunning. They'vejust gotta laugh. Isn't he headed for the ...
THE ONCE FORBIDDING LAND
The late Stanley Walker, former city editor of the New York Herald Tribune, wrote in a book called Home to Texas: "The kindliness of the citizens, their calm but ...
The Master List
The 50 greatest sports figures of the century from each of the 50 states
Without a Doubt
After a thundering Orange Bowl victory, a young USC team has back-to-back national titles, 22 straight wins and the makings of a dynasty
Hitter With Heart
San Francisco's All-Pro safety, Ronnie Lott, is as generous with his time as he is with his tackles
In The Fast Lane Again
This season Stanley Floyd proved himself to be the No. 1 sprinter indoors. Now he wants to regain that same ranking outdoors
The Accidental Ballplayer
LARRY WALKER ALWAYS DREAMED OF PLAYING IN MONTREAL—FOR A HOCKEY TEAM
...AND A MIGHTY MET IS HE!
To be sure, Harrelson has what the late Stanley Walker of the New York Herald Tribune used to consider a sign of character in a man, what he ...