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Little Annapolis, Md. awoke last week and shook itself with relief. Not since they burned the brig Peggy Stewart to protest tea taxes in 1774 had the town been rocking to such an uproar. On one flank was homecoming...
July 02, 1973
The man who first tied something to the end of a string just to watch it fly may have been a Chinese farmer, and what he probably flew was his own straw hat. In the 2,000 years since, kings and generals, thieves and...
October 25, 1971 | Hugh D. Whall
By taking sailboats out of traditional show setting—a crowded hall—and putting them afloat, Annapolis has launched a happy trend
September 13, 1971 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
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August 10, 1970
Louis Zarr, 15, pitcher and third baseman in the Johnson County (Kans.) 3 and 2 League, hit four consecutive homers over the left-field fence to drive in six runs in a 9-1 victory—then came back in another game to...