Sport: Fighting Pride

In California, Lightweight Art Aragon is known as the "Golden Boy." He has a handsome profile, a flashy boxing style, and a smashing left that has knocked out half of his opponents. In Harlem, Lightweight Jimmy Carter is known by no nickname, has the plug-ugly looks of a club fighter, and has about as much crowd appeal as a store-window dummy in the rush hour. But Carter has some assets of his own: a deep pride in the lightweight title he took from Ike Williams in an upset last May, and, as the boxers...

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