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IT WAS never easy to get Willie Pep out of the ring. In a career that lasted from 1940 until 1966, Pep, who died last week, fought 242 times—and won 230. (At one point Pep, who twice held the featherweight belt, was...
July 16, 1990 | Jim Shea
At 67, Willie Pep looks back on a remarkable ring career that spanned four decades
June 27, 1988 | Edited by Steve Wulf
•Willie Pep, former featherweight champion, on reports of his death: "Naw, I'm not dead. I ain't even been out of the house."
September 27, 1971
For two and a half years Carl E. Killion, president of the Illinois State Beekeepers Association, has been buzzing around trying to get the Government to issue a commemorative stamp for the honeybee. Killion was...
April 26, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•John Miller, observing that he was happy not to be paired with Jack Nicklaus in the closing round of the Masters: "That man makes you feel sort of insuperior."