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September 18, 1972
TEST CASESirs:Bravo to Robert H. Boyle for his article on the Riva Ridge case (Who and When and Mostly Why, Sept. 4). Not only does he reveal all the facts of Riva Ridge's disappointing Monmouth race, he gives a...
September 18, 1972 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
The saddest of all Olympic Games saw the flags of 126 countries at half staff under the Olympic flame, while rancor and controversy still raged
September 04, 1972
AUTO RACING—BOBBY ALLISON, driving a Chevrolet won the $39,245 Nashville 420, finishing eight lengths ahead of Richard Petty's Plymouth.
September 04, 1972 | Edited by Martin Kane
THE WHITED SEPULCHER
August 14, 1972 | Edited by Martin Kane
MURDER IN THE CORRAL