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Issue No. 2

Jeff Wells Runs for God's Glory by Paul Perry
Jeff Wells may be fast, but he never runs alone. The near winner at Boston has a constant companion who spurs him on to greater achievements.

AIM Runs In Protest by Fritz Busch
The American Indian Movement has included running in its latest protest against the US Government. But many on Capitol Hill think AIM may be running for nothing.

BB Power by Lee Straight
Want to increase your power as a runner while reducing your pain? Many Japanese runners claim they are doing just that with tiny silver balls.

The Running Comic by Ronnie Crystal
Did you hear the one about the weakling who turned his life around by running? Comedian Fred Ttavalena was that weakling. Now the funny man runs daily-even if it means getting a few miles in between shows in Las Vegas.

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ON THE RUN, July 6, 1978

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