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March 13, 1972 | Pat Putnam
Jim Ryun's comeback backfired in L.A., Marty Liquori was forced to scratch and Tom Von Ruden won
July 19, 1971
Olympic winners Kipchoge Keino and Mohammed Gammoudi will get a gold-medal test when Marty Liquori and Steve Prefontaine meet the Africans at Durham, N.C.
May 24, 1971 | Pat Putnam
May 24, 1971
AUTO RACING—PETER REVSON in a McLaren M16 won the pole position for the Indianapolis 500, outspeeding an early flyer, Mark Donohue, with a record qualifying run of 178.696 mph (page 34).
May 17, 1971
The great race pits Jim Ryun, the world-record holder, against brash Marty Liquori, who beat him in their last two meetings, over a mile in Philadelphia's Freedom Games.