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Pretty Nancy Galey of Shipley wears ribbons which indicate varsity awards in lacrosse, basketball, hockey and gymnastics.
Blonde Maude Long of Shipley takes a breather on the sidelines as her second team plays against the Sacred Heart seconds.
PAGES FROM A BOY'S DIARY
Robert Browning (Brownie) Trainer Jr. is 13 and back at school now after a late-summer excursion most youngsters can only dream about: a three-week hunting and fishing trip to British Columbia with Grandpa, who in Brownie's case is Robert A. Uihlein Sr., 74-year-old vice-president of Milwaukee's Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co. High in the Cassiar Mountains, Brownie hunted with the men, bagged Stone sheep and caribou, netted trout, recorded such scenes as these in his pocket diary.
Wading Mink Creek, an outlet of remote Cold Fish Lake, Brownie cautiously strips in a frisky rainbow trout which had taken his fly at the head of the riffle.
Climbing above timberline on Sanctuary Ridge, Brownie (left) and Walker begin the day's stalk.
BROWNIE TRAINER (DIARY IN POCKET) LEARNS FROM GRANDPA HOW TO PACK A GUN
BROWNIE AND GUIDE TOM WALKER WAIT WITH WIND IN THEIR FAVOR AS STONE SHEEP COME WITHIN 30 FEET. BROWNIE DID NOT SHOOT SINCE RAMS WERE NOT TROPHY-SIZE
Breakfasting in Cold Fish cookhouse on flapjacks and coffee before day's hunt are Grandpa Uihlein (center) and Brownie.
Sitting around campfire at dusk, Brownie makes daily entry in diary while guides and wranglers plan tomorrow's hunting.