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May 15, 1967
A red uprising is in prospect in Cincinnati, where surprising pitching strength, combined with the hitting everyone knew was there, has produced a genuine pennant possibility.
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May 15, 1967

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A red uprising is in prospect in Cincinnati, where surprising pitching strength, combined with the hitting everyone knew was there, has produced a genuine pennant possibility.

The fastest runner you may ever see could be Tommie Smith. He also is the most relaxed. Frank Deford writes about the San Jose State senior with the crazy high-knee stride.

A judo roll-out is a tactic of Japan's "gentle" sport. It might also be used to describe Jeannette Bruce, who bumbled her way onto—and off of—the traditional rice-straw mat.

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