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June 11, 1973
BOXING—Argentina's CARLOS MONZON retained his world middleweight crown with a 15-round unanimous decision over Emile Griffith, in Monte Carlo. It was Griffith's second fruitless attempt to regain the crown he held...
June 18, 1973
Can one man win the U.S. Open twice on the same course? Well, it happened in 1905, and now Dan Jenkins is at Oakmont to see if Jack Nicklaus can repeat his 1962 victory.
June 25, 1973 | Ron Reid
Little-known Rick Wohlhuter, who is 5'9", and Steve Williams, who is 6'2", were the big guns at the national AAU championships and lead a U.S. team that shapes up as a winner against Russia next month
January 28, 1974 | Pat Putnam
Lover, film freak, wild man, world-record holder, Marcello Fiasconaro compromised in L.A., but lived up to his billings
July 01, 1974 | Ron Reid
Meet mild-mannered claims adjuster Rick Wohlhuter who, rest assured, is the world's speediest half-miler