BIG-GAME FISHERMAN Colonel Andrew Jones disdained customary scales picture to stand like an African hunter with feet propped on back of 670-pound bluefin tuna. Although large, Jone's bluefin, boated off Liverpool, Nova Scotia, is 307 lbs. short of record.
UNCOOPERATIVE STALLION Laird of Moray showed restlessness in judging ring of Derby, England horse show by grabbing hand of 72-year-old owner Joseph Stanfield that fed him. Nine-year-old Laird calmed down after breaking Stanfield's wrist.
TUG OF WAR pit two tons of the Detroit Police Dept. at the opposite ends of a rope at the University of Detroit Stadium to warm up for their part in the 28th annual Detroit vs. Toronto police track and field games. Average weight of the 17 patrolmen practicing above is 260 pounds, not counting Coach Norman McCorry (center), no lightweight himself. During the actual meet, a few days after this picture was taken, close to a ton (seven) of the husky Detroiters heaved slightly to tug Toronto police off their feet in two tests. The first required 19 seconds, the second 21.1 seconds. It was the 14th time in 14 years that Detroit has won the annual tug of war. Some 14,000 spectators watched the event. In over-all track competition, Detroit fared as well, winning the meet handily for the 28th time in as many years.
HILL-CLIMBING Motorcyclist Carlton Krantz chugged grimly past the 330-foot mark on Mt. Garfield near Muskegon, Mich., while many of the 20,000 spectators on hand for the national championship craned their necks below. Krantz, of North Tonawanda, N.Y., was one of 30 cyclists who made the haul up 350-foot Garfield. In the race against time and some near-vertical grades, Krantz placed 9th, covering the uphill course in 15.41 seconds at an average speed of 15 mph.
WASHTUB REGATTA on Main River Frankfurt, Germany attracted willing contestants, unwilling craft. Regatta was part of local festival.