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May 14, 1962
The joys of water are celebrated in a 31 page supplement which shows how 90 million vacationers draw a bounty of relaxation and adventure from U.S. lakes and streams.
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The joys of water are celebrated in a 31 page supplement which shows how 90 million vacationers draw a bounty of relaxation and adventure from U.S. lakes and streams.

Jim Brosnan, Cincinnati relief pitcher and author, writes of brush-back pitches, spit balls, Dexedrines and Martinis in another excerpt from his delightful book, Pennant Race.

Preakness day, Baltimore's venerable family reunion, is the most civilized day at the races in America. Its unique charm and traditions are described by Gerald Holland.

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