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November 02, 1970 | Mark Kram
By destroying Jerry Quarry in three rounds, Muhammad Ali proved he was ready for the showdown match with Joe Frazier
November 16, 1970
Argentina is the setting for the 1970 World Cup, and Dan Jenkins is there to do the translating as two-man teams of golfers from 44 nations square off in the land of Roberto.
November 23, 1970 | George Plimpton
Though millions saw Muhammad Ali return to the ring after years of exile, none had a closer view than this old friend. An eloquent diary of the day in Atlanta—and how it all added up to more than a mere exchange...
July 03, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Pete Rozelle, on the proposed federal sports commission: "It simply would not be possible to establish rules which could be applied fairly and reasonably to sports in general. Anyone who tried to deal...
July 10, 1972 | Mark Kram