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August 12, 1985 | William Oscar Johnson
For two decades, towns and teams have been tearing up grass playing fields and replacing them with artificial turf, on the theory that ersatz sod is better than the real stuff. This 21-page report starts with a story...
May 09, 1977 | J. D. Reed
After producing such losers as cyclamates, the Edsel and brown cigarette paper, technology, that fickle handmaiden of science, has struck a vein of pure gold—or aluminum in this case. Someday, say its admirers, and...
January 27, 1969 | William Johnson
January 08, 1968
SWINGING AN AX
July 08, 1963 | Kenneth Rudeen
The world's first synthetic racetrack has won quick approval from most trotting horsemen, who feel that it will eliminate the problems caused by mud and frost