This is a vintage Karate Illustrated Magazine. Release is
September 1974. This magazines is in excellent shape, the pages look good, the cover shows minimal wear.
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10 Suppose They Gave Up A $40,000 Tournament And Nobody Showed Up?(...including the prize money!)
Complete coverage of the Pro/Am World Association of Karate's tourney in Long Beach, California.
24 Father/Son Weapons Team Knows How To Cut Down The Competition.The senior member of the look-sharp , feel-sharp team of Ted and Baron Tabura reminisces over his life-long love affair with karate.
31 Mysteries Of Tao: Terror In The Swamp. Part 10 of Rocky Gunn's historical narrative finds Shawn-tung saving a captive from the talons of a god-beast.
36 The Americanization Of Hapkido -The conclusion of a two-part feature series on the Korean fighting art focuses on the status of hapkido in the United States.
46 The Arm Of The Law Is Long Enough, nunchucks won't help it reach any further. Reserve police officer and weapons analyst, Massad Ayoob answers some accusations regarding his controversial April article against police usage of the martial arts weapon.
5 Editorial ... Sugar 'n Spice and a Shuto
7 Kalendar... Upcoming Tournaments
8 Kiaai Korner... Letters to the Editor
20Guest Column... Seikichi Toguchi
51 Kollector's Corner... Catalog og Past Issues
53 Kumite Karousel... Tournament Highlights
58 Ki Klassified... Dojo Directory
About The Cover: Reknown kumite champion Joe Lewis prepares to unleash an attack against veteran Steve Sanders. Both fighters came out of retirement to compete in the $40,000 PA WAK tournament. Cover photo by Ed Ikuta.