Showing 1 - 10 of 2100 Stories for Ted Turner
Not Home Free Yet
Atlantans were 'World Serious' after their sweep of San Diego. Then L.A. dropped in
Farewell, Teddy Ballgame
With the death of Ted Williams, the author reflects on encounters with the Splendid Splinter over half a century
Goodwill, but not a very good show Ted Turner's Goodwill Games are better than his coverage of them
Give Ted Turner this: The humble, unassuming ol' boy we have cometo know and cherish finally got his Goodwill Games up on thesatellite.
Murphy's Law is Nice Guys Finish First
Atlanta's Dale Murphy was the National League's MVP and Gold Glove centerfielder in 1982, and this year he's even better
A Modest Proposal It's 2009, and the Lords of Augusta are pondering subtle changes to the Masters
pressed for money, Ted Turner came to us with what we at first thought was an appalling proposition. It seems that he and. Governor Fonda ...
IN THE WAKE OF THE CAPSIZE KID
Ever since he was a gangling 12-year-old, Robert Edward (Ted) Turner, the famous landlocked sailor of Atlanta, has been working and playing ...
SAILING UP A SQUALL
If Lightnin,' a Class E 38-footer from the board of Sparkman & Stephens, was going to strike Mu√±equita it would be loosed by Skipper Ted ...
Nothing But Nets
Thanks to Ted Turner, who donated $1 billion to create theU.N. Foundation, which covers all the overhead, "every cent will go to nets," says ...
GOING REAL STRAWWNG
Everybody wants to be a star, says Ted Turner, and as television tycoon, team owner and super sailor, he has become bigger, and a bit louder, than life.
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