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Marathon winner S. Kuznetzov finishes 26-mile 385-yard race all by himself as his time of 2:21:23.8 sets Soviet record.
Slender blonde, A. Chudina, winner of the title of Champion of USSR, sails through air in broad jump before Georgians.
MARATHONERS TAKE TO PROLETARIAN HEELS WITH A VARIETY OF EXPRESSIONS RANGING FROM OUTRIGHT GLEE TO DEAD SERIOUSNESS
THE EVENTUAL WINNER. S. KUZNETZOV (PICTURED ABOVE). IS WELL BACK IN THE PACK AT THE START OF RACE WITH OTHER NUMBER 5OS
BOOM BOOM GOES...BOOM!
Bernie (Boom Boom) Geoffrion of league-leading Montreal plays with zest. So does Leaping Lou Fontinato of the second-place Rangers. Here is what happened when Lou and Boom Boom met in the last period of a 1-1 game at Madison Square Garden
RANGER GOALIE WORSLEY HEADS OFF PUCK AS BOOM(5) IS THROWN OFF BALANCE AFTER HARD BODY CHECK BY FONTINATO(8)
BOOM BOOM HITS ICE, AND RICOCHETS OFF BOARDS. DESPITE PAINFUL SHOULDER SEPARATION HE WAS OUT OF ACTION ONLY ONE WEEK