Boyle, Robert H.
January 1967
Sports Illustrated;01/23/1967, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p29
The article talks about sports in prisons. U.S. prisons provide sports as recreational fare for inmates, often producing athletes that are at par with their counterparts who freely compete outside its walls. Some of these prisons include a New York state maximum-security penitentiary at Dannemora, which is conducting bobsled runs and ski jumps in winter and the San Quentin prison in California, which is offering 12 different sports, from chess to boxing.


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