Prizefighting: Bull Market

Few brokers have ever heard of Cloverlay Inc., but in its own way it ranks right up there with Xerox as a growth stock. The plungers who risked $250 for a single share of Cloverlay stock in 1965 have since received splits and dividends that have boosted the value of each original share to $3,600. And that was two weeks ago. Last week in Manhattan, an ex-slaughterhouse laborer from Philadelphia named Joe Frazier stamped himself as the No. 1 contender for Cassius Clay's vacant heavyweight title by stopping Canada's durable George Chuvalo in the fourth round —and...

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