Showing 1 - 10 of 26 Stories for Mark Kauffman
PERILS OF WINTER BALL
Reports Photographer Mark Kauffman: "It makes your spine feel it should be someplace else. Someplace quiet. Like Ebbets Field." TOO MUCH BASEBALL ...
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
3, 1958; April 20, May 18, 1959. MARK HANAUER: Nov. 15, 1989. .... MARK KAUFFMAN: Aug. 16, Aug. 23, Sept. 27, Dec. 20, 1954; Jan. 3,
NEW VOGUE FOR AN FAVORITE
Sought after as show dog or family pet, the versatile poodle has now become the tenth most popular breed in the U.S..
SLAUGHTER IN THE COLISEUM
The largest crowd of the football season, 102,548, sweltered in midsummer heat last Saturday in the huge Coliseum in Los Angeles. A thermometer at ground ...
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Babe Didrikson Zaharias Multisport athlete The Beaumont native was the greatest female athlete ever, excelling in every sport from baseball to ...
Over the last 43 years, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has publishednumerous memorable portraits of prominent figures in sports. Inthese 24 pages ...
A Latin Beat
With the return of homegrown stars, winter baseball is hot in Puerto Rico again
Johnny Podres, 1932-2008
LAST JUNE, the Devil Rays honored the world champion 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers and invited three of the club's mainstays—Hall of Famer ...
THREE PHOTOS MARK KAUFFMAN. In this Article. Swimming · Synchronized swimming. This is an article from the June 6, 1955 issue. June 06, 1955.
FLURRY OF FLAMINGOS
Seminole Indian children give chase to flamingos across the infield of Florida's Hialeah Park. The track's famed pink birds lend their name to the year's first ...