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August 17, 1970 | Martin Kane
Every aspiring heavyweight's ideal opponent, George Chuvalo, is aging at 32, enduring under punishment and just about washed up as a prizefighter. It took Joe Frazier a mere four rounds to stop him three years ago....
March 30, 1970
MECHANICAL INTRUDERSirs:My sincerest thanks to Jack Olsen and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED for the overdue article, Bad Show Out in the Cold Snow (March 16). In past years my state has felt the vicious onslaught...
May 12, 1969
Speaking of people, the R.T. French Co. is making people crackers for dogs—milkmen, mailmen, policemen, dogcatchers and burglars, all packed in an animal-cracker-size box.
October 07, 1968 | Gilbert Rogin
George Foreman, the heavyweight poet, has a golden opportunity in the Olympics if, as Coach Pappy Gault warns, he obeys the rules