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The best young little man in wrestling, 126-pounder Jimmy Carr, was an Olympian at 16 and once stuffed a foe in a garbage can. Now he inspirits Kentucky, a newcomer to the sport. By Herman Weiskopf.
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We've come a long way since the first Soviet-U.S. sport brouhahas with their intrigue, nyets, flag waving, talk of defections, swarms of security men and—at least sometimes—real contests. The Russian wrestlers'...
February 15, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Billy Cannon, Heisman Trophy winner and former LSU great, on old pro George Blanda: "If you could cut up his heart and distribute it among 11 rookies, you'd have the best team in the country."