From the Archives Vol. 16, No. 7, $1
The 175th issue of Black Belt was dated July 1978. It was 76 pages long and featured tang soo do instructor Jeong Sook Lee on the cover.
• teighing in on the business of teaching martial artsI deorge aillman offers numerous insights — without one mention of pressure points. For those who don’t know, 'illman was a famous competitor long before he began teaching pressurepoint strikesK • lne reason Black Belt doesn’t publish more health articles is they often end up sounding like this: ´-ock itch is an annoying affliction that periodically affects a majority of martial artists. Predisposing factors include poor personal hygiene, tight-fitting gi or clothingI obesity and excessive perspiration in the groin area.” (Note to author: TMI on the sweaty testes!) • “Man has to do with slowness,” says Chinese martial arts instructor tilly iinK “The movements of tai chi must be slow and continuousI like silk from a silkworm or a shadow following its object.” • A uniform company called haratiger starts advertisingK Presumably, its name is a merger of ´karate” and ´tiger.” • A bone doc in ios Angeles declares that people can attain expertise in karate without ´functionally destroying the foot.” Thank youI CaptK lbviousK