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April 02, 1973 | John A. Meyers
Kenny Moore's account of the Olympic marathon, in which he finished fourth, begins on page 92 of this issue. His manuscript ended "Munich-Amalfi-Rome-Nairobi," reminiscent of James Joyce's Ulysses, with its...
March 25, 1963
•Red Auerbach, Boston Celtic coach, after his Bob Cousy was described as the greatest contribution to Americana since the Statue of Liberty: "No comparison, she hasn't got the moves."
June 11, 1962
BOATING—WINSOME III surged through spinnaker-ripping winds of 45 mph and some of the slickest competition around Puget Sound to take the overall title in the rough, 136-mile Swiftsure Lightship ocean race through...
March 19, 1962 | Arthur Lydiard
Within the last two years runners from sparsely populated New Zealand have broken no less than eight world records. Behind this astonishing success is the teaching of an athletic iconoclast, Arthur Lydiard, who sets...
March 12, 1962
Arthur Lydiard, coach of record makers Peter Snell and Murray Halberg, describes the rigorous and controversial training methods that are the talk of the track world.