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April 02, 1973 | John A. Meyers
Kenny Moore's account of the Olympic marathon, in which he finished fourth, begins on page 92 of this issue. His manuscript ended "Munich-Amalfi-Rome-Nairobi," reminiscent of James Joyce's Ulysses, with its...
January 03, 1966
4—Brendan Mulvey, Joseph Consentino10, 11—Walter Iooss Jr.12, 13—Neil Leifer14—UPI16-19—Sheedy & Long26, 27—UPI28—AP, Marvin E. Newman29—UPI, AP30—AP42—S & G from Pictorial AP44—Auckland Star46—Herb Scharfman48,...
November 30, 1964
24-27—James Drake28, 29—Auckland Star30, 31—Lee Balterman32, 35—Vernon J. Biever54—Keystone, AP59, 60—Robert Wenkam-Black Star74—Hanson Carroll80-83—Coles Phinizy93—D'Adamo Studios, Furchgott Studio, Pictorial, AP,...
October 05, 1964 | Gilbert Rogin
On the afternoon of September 5, Peter Snell, the world record holder for the mile, half mile and 800 meters, as well as the half mile and 1,000 yards indoors, got out of his Austin station wagon in a bleak suburb of...
February 12, 1962 | Leslie Hobbs