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Issue No.12

Getting Pressure From Perry by Donald Monkerud
Leroy Perry feels that ''all medicine has a place in sports.'' But not all medicine men agree with this controversial chiropractor from Pasadena. ''Medical doctors don't know what to do with me,'' admits Perry. ''I've been able to help people.''

NASA Fitness by Anita Brewer
How do astronauts keep fit? Many of them run, say National Aeronautics and Space Administration doctors. ''Running for my mental health."

The Biggest Yet by Paul Perry
The New York City marathon was more than a 26-mile road race. It was three days of hospitality suites, lectures, fun runs and undetermined madness in the Big Apple.

Orthotics and the Pros by Steve San Filippo
Orthotics, once thought to be needed only in extreme cases of foot problems, are now used by many professional athletes. Why? ''I didn't know what I was missing all these years,'' said one pro team trainer.

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ON THE RUN, December 21, 1978

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