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Issue No.13

Eat, Run, Live by Don Monkerud
Nathan Pritikin, head of the Longevity Research Institute in Los Angeles, says it takes more than running to attain good health. You are what you eat, claims Pritikin-and his claims have saved some lives.

Air Shoes by Don Monkerud
Air stations may join aid stations as necessities in road races, as several shoe companies have developed air -shoes for lighter running. Could blowouts become a running problem of the future?

Indoor Track by Ray Hosler
Indoor track, the roller derby of the track world, begins its season with the Muhammad Ali Invitational in Long Beach, Calif. and rolls on for two months and 40 meets.

Christo Strikes Again by Toni Dixon
Christo, the father of the famed ''Running Fence,'' has a new work of art: ''Wrapped Walkways'' in Kansas City. Says the artist: ''The public process of making the work is the most exciting part.''

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ON THE RUN, January 4, 1979

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