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Issue No.25

Fleming Looks to 1980 by Elliot Denman
Twice second and five times on the top 100 list for the Boston Marathon, Tom Fleming has made eventual victory in the Patriots' Day race his single-minded goal. Though a relatively late starter in the elite ranks, the outspoken New Jersey sounds off on a number of his favorite subjects, from running to amateurism to himself.

Stress Fracture Cure? by Steve San Filippo
After 18 years of research, Dr. Carl Bnghton of Philadelphia announced the results of his tests which prove conclusively that direct electrical current speeds the mending of bones, from non-union to stress fractures.

Bay to Bonkers by Ray Hosler
They contended with an 8 a.m. starting time and a gas shortage, but Bay to Breakers was as crowded and as crazy as ever. Indeed, the historic event is still crazy after all these years.

Rodgers, Carter Talk Running by Ray Hosler
It was a gala White House affair attended by the usual assortment of politicians, industrialists and movie stars. But this evening the guest list included a few new faces. Jimmy Carter, the first to appreciate a good race, invited Boston winners Bill Rodgers and Joan Benoit to dinner. (Exclusive White House photos.)

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ON THE RUN, July 5, 1979

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