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January 07, 1974
United with fellow Americans in the friendly skies last week, President Nixon still had a good word for the Washington Redskins, who ran out of gas—and the playoffs—a few days earlier in Minnesota. "Wasn't it too bad...
April 02, 1973 | Kenny Moore
August 28, 1972 | Pat Putnam
At 4:45 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26, an 18-year-old West German police cadet named Günter Zahn, a lad, it is said, chosen because of his unusually graceful running style, will carry the Olympic torch—the flaming...
November 16, 1970 | William Johnson
The silence is supernatural. The days are dark and bitter cold, with an eerie twilight at noon. A relentless wind screams off the Norwegian Sea, inducing the melancholies of March. It is too frosty to fish, the...
February 05, 1968 | Bob Ottum
What is all this nonsense about racing on skis? Anything that lasts—what—one little minute, two minutes?—is strictly for sissies. What really counts, they tell you in Norway, is slogging through the trees, over the...