TITLE

THROUGH THE YEARS WITH ALI

AUTHOR(S)
HORN, HUSTON; ROGIN, GILBERT; MAULE, TEX; CLAY, CASSIUS; OLSEN, JACK; SHRAKE, EDWIN; SHARNIK, MORTON; KRAM, MARK; PLIMPTON, GEORGE
PUB. DATE
December 1976
SOURCE
Sports Illustrated;12/20/1976, Vol. 45 Issue 25, p104
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents stories and photographs portraying the life and times of U.S. boxer Muhammad Ali, based on articles published by the magazine through the years from September 1961 to October 1976. It offers stories about his life in his birthplace Louisville, Kentucky and his world heavyweight championship fights against Floyd Patterson, Sonny Liston, Ken Norton and Joe Frazier. Also mentioned are his quotable quotes, his travels, his announcement of his retirement in October 1976 and loss of his reflexes.
ACCESSION #
53511742

 

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