Showing 1 - 10 of 217 Stories for William Graham
Strokes of Genius Marat Safin's star soared at the U.S. Open, while Venus Williams showed she's in a galaxy of her own
for stroke by women's champion Venus Williams, who followed up on her breakthrough at Wimbledon two months ago by blitzing the field at ...
Teeing Up the Masters
case of pre-Masters anxiety (page 24), Denver-based journalist. William Gallo returned for his second extended stay in Georgia's Garden City. Gallo made his ...
A BRAVE CHALLENGE FAILS
One such tug caused the death this summer of Athol Graham, an overeager mechanic, in his home-built City of Salt Lake (SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, Aug. 8).
THE INELIGIBLE MARRIED MAN
Bill Toomey says it's kind of tragic, being the best decathlete in the world and ( sob!) not being allowed to compete. By William F. Reed. April 12 ...
RUGGED NATIVES AND SWINGING GLOBE-TROTTERS BLEND AT INDY
... continuing brilliance, must share his turf with the "sporty-car" crowd, globe- trotting road racers like England's Graham Hill and others on the following pages.
London's Ladbroke's will take wagers on anything, but most particularly on horses
... particularly on horses. By J. A. Maxtone Graham ... (William Hill of London also claims to be the largest but will not prove it.) On an average ...
A Man Who Is As Good As His Word
Alberto Salazar delivered on his bold promise to set a marathon mark in New York City with a glittering time of 2:08:13
THE SPIRITS MOVED HIM LOUIS TEWANIMA RAN LIKE THE WIND AND IS STILL A HERO TO YOUNG HOPI RACERS
At dawn, when Hopi runners take to the rocky trails that twistup and down the mesas of Arizona, they carry with them atradition in which running is seen as a ...
5 Baltimore Ravens Will a new-look backfield--featuring a man who's ready to throw his considerable weight around--plus a new offensive philosophy add up to more wins?
who will complement Graham at tailback. ... That means Graham, the stocky second-year pro from. Tennessee, will start and .... By William Nack.
REMINISCENT, RELIABLE AND REVEALING
To hear oldtimers tell it, prizefighting's folk heroes, past masters like Jack Johnson and John L. Sullivan, could have whipped the best of the modern crop in a ...