Showing 1 - 10 of 221 Stories for Heinz Kleutmeier
With the Greatest of Ease
Nebraska displayed awesome offensive might as it opened the season by routing champion Penn State
He's Aiming To Make History
Walter Payton of the Chicago Bears is on target to become pro football's alltime leading rusher this season
YOU LOOKING FOR ME? WHEN THE AUTHOR WENT TO THE AMAZON JUNGLE TO CONFIRM THAT RAREST OF DISCOVERIES, A NEW PRIMATE SPECIES, IT WAS VERY SERIOUS MONKEY BUSINESS
To my left was SI's own Heinz Kluetmeier, one of the world's loudest-snoring photographers. Our boat, an old wooden river cruiser named the ...
BOMBS AWAY OUT WEST
Milwaukee blew open the first game and someone threatened to blow up the arena in the third. But at the end of four, the series was even—with the biggest ...
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
DANIEL KIRK: Sept. 5, 1988 (illustration). WALLACE KIRKLAND: April 30, 1956. DAVID KITZ: Feb. 4, 1957. HEINZ KLUETMEIER: July 20, Aug.
A tie that felt like a triumph
After being down and nearly out, Texas got a draw with Oklahoma
LOOKING UP DOWN UNDER
Ambition has a way of expanding under the wide blue sky of western Australia. As he looked ahead to last Saturday night's 200-meter butterfly ...
Some Kind Of Day At The Races
The Breeders' Cup lived up to its all-star billing and Proud Truth's stretch run was a fitting finale
Everybody's Picking On Poor Joe
Joe Theismann's troubles mounted in a 45-10 loss to the Chicago Bears