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February 03, 1975 | Joe Jares
Long dormant, Marty Riessen found his way to the finals of the U.S. Indoor Championship, where he defeated a flashy young star-to-be
April 08, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Tom Burleson, North Carolina State center, on being 7'4": "I can't miss a class. The professor doesn't have to call the roll to know I'm not there."
February 04, 1974 | Joe Jares
Just to add to the confusion of the tennis scene, the WCT squads now come in colors—Red, Blue and Green. At Philadelphia, Rod Laver, rocketing along again, hexed Arthur Ashe for the 18th straight time
July 30, 1973
BICYCLING—LUIS OCANA of Spain won the 20-day Tour de France, finishing ahead of France's Bernard Thévenet. Defending champion Eddy Merckx did not compete.
August 23, 1971 | Jule Campbell
The knitted blazer is the latest addition to a long and noble line. These lightweight, lighthearted versions of the old standard jacket add a degree of convenience and comfort that make this classic more of a bon...