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September 27, 1954
Though the fact was almost lost in the glare of publicity surrounding the celebrated "mile of the century," this summer's British Empire & Commonwealth Games were much more than a big track meet. Hundreds of fencers,...
August 15, 1966
BOXING—CASSIUS CLAY barely worked up a sweat as he defended his world heavyweight title by knocking out plodding Englishman Brian London in the third round in London (page 16).
August 03, 1970
BOXING—ADOLPH PRUITT of Los Angeles, the WBA's second-ranked junior welterweight, walloped Japanese welterweight champion Sorimachi Ryu with a left hook, dropping him for the third time in 1:58 of the second round of...
December 24, 1973
The ultimate put-on: Frenchy Fuqua, Pittsburgh Steeler running back and the flashiest dresser in football (if not the whole world). To underline his lavender jumpsuits, floor-length capes and Cavalier hats, he has...
August 14, 1978 | Kenny Moore
In contrast to all the wrangling at the Montreal Olympics is the merry spirit on display at the Commonwealth Games