This is a vintage copy of Black Belt magazine.
Released: September 1973, Volume XI, Number 9
Condition: Cover is in good condition, the back has some discoloration, as well as the last few pages; pages, otherwise, look good.
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16 Karate's Geriatric Superstar. Korea's Byong Yu has become on the most colorful and successful performers of American tournaments. But rather then quit while he's ahead, the flashy tae kwon do stylist refuses to submit to "old age." His reasons are, to say, unusual.
24 Nice People And Champions Are Made Here. At Ed Maley's Florida School of Judo, fellowship and concern for individual students are producing not only champions, but also youngsters who care about on another and the image of judo that they project.
30 Karate On Capitol Hill. Within the halls of the Senate- among closed-door sub-committee meetings and public tours of American policy-making in action--some of the country's busiest representatives take time out from their legislative duties to kick up a new kind of storm in the Senate gym.
37 Gentle Giant Of The Marines. First Sgt. Charles Reeves has spent the past 20 years in what is reputed to be the toughest division of the armed forces. But, ironically, this judo and karate black belt thinks of himself as basically noncombatant.
42 Competition Breeds A Better Product. Instructor-competitor George Minshew teaches his students the basics of winning--both at tournaments and in the street. Tournament champions, he insists, must pay their dues.