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TRACK ATHLETICS

What makes Daddy run?

Author: 
J. Eaton
Article Date: 
December 18, 1966
Article Abstract: 
Phoenicians run for health and fitness
Language: 
English
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Twenty-six miles and whadda ya get? Three hours older and deeper in sweat

Author: 
D. J. Kreutz
Article Date: 
February 16, 1974
Language: 
English
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This time, the Olympics

Author: 
J. Pfau
Article Date: 
May 4, 1975
Article Abstract: 
Kathy Gibbons of Phoenix is second-ranked women's distance runner in the U.S.
Language: 
English
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The longest journey, one step at a time

Author: 
D. Dedera
Article Date: 
May 1974
Language: 
English
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Running th wind

Author: 
R. McCoy
Article Date: 
Winter 1989
Article Abstract: 
Running has long been an important physical and ritual part of Native American life. Some Native Americans have taken their running skills to the race courses, setting Olympic and other records. Illus. Ports
Language: 
English
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Every step of the way.

Author: 
C. Waters
Article Date: 
December 7, 1972
Article Abstract: 
In 1928 250 runner (among them Walter Grafsky of Mohave Country) raced through Mohave County on U.S. Highway 66 in the first annual International Trans-continental Foot Race
Language: 
English
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A run through the desert

Article Date: 
December 16, 1962
Article Abstract: 
Cross-country track meet at Arizona State University
Language: 
English
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