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October 27, 1969 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Nemesis of a succession of Cuban fighters, Emile Griffith had taken titles from two of them and had the chance to tie a record when he went after Jose Napoles' welterweight crown
March 23, 1970 | Harvey Aronson
Sparring partners like Danny Andrews are paid only for working with name fighters, and even then the pay is peanuts. Danny is good at his profession. He does not hit hard, so you can't get hurt, but he makes you...
August 03, 1970
"The only phobia I have that I know about is heights," says Paul Newman—which is an unfortunate phobia to have, as he is now in Oregon shooting a movie about lumberjacks from Ken Kesey's novel Sometimes a Great...
June 11, 1973
BOXING—Argentina's CARLOS MONZON retained his world middleweight crown with a 15-round unanimous decision over Emile Griffith, in Monte Carlo. It was Griffith's second fruitless attempt to regain the crown he held...
December 09, 1974 | Tex Maule
Five times a champion and still formidable at 36, Emile Griffith slips a rung against a young foe