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January 26, 1970 | Pat Putnam
Ralph Doubell, who likes the taste of champagne, won a sparkling 1,000 in L.A., but Kip Keino was flat and lost the mile, and fellow Kenyan Naftali Bon, unused to the bounce of the boards, fizzled out
March 02, 1970
After a hard day's play, a pro athlete ought to be able to crawl into his hotel room and let his hair down, but if he stops at the Sheraton in Philadelphia he had best be on his toes. Mickey McCloskey, the bell...
January 18, 1971 | Martin Kane
Is the black athlete a long stride better than his white counterpart? And if not, what accounts for the immense success of the black in American sport during the past two decades? Scientists are searching for the...
March 01, 1971 | Frank Deford
Arthur Ashe, tennis player and would-be ambassador, gets a little training and a few shocks on a Government-sponsored tour of Africa
July 12, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
TOUGH TALK FROM PREXY