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July 11, 1966 | Robert Cantwell
If mankind picked pets and animal allies on a strictly utilitarian basis, dogs would not have a chance. Other animals perform services far better. "A bear would make a better guard," says Bil Gilbert in How Animals...
October 25, 1965
The winging cardinals are disproving the notion that they cannot stand success and are soaring toward the NFL's Eastern championship. Edwin Shrake tells of the flight plan.
May 10, 1965 | Sidney L. James
Our interest in the land is not confined to the wonderfully varied hunting and fishing opportunities it provides; we like to help Americans to study and enjoy nature and to light to preserve its beauties.
March 22, 1965 | Sidney L. James
Three separate studies in this issue—two articles and a set of watercolors, to be exact—deal with sports that are considered dangerous. And with good reason. One of the articles is Edwin Shrake's report (page 59) on...
January 18, 1965
Hockey's scoring record won't just be broken. It will be smashed to bits if the Black Hawks' Bobby Hull keeps up his present shooting streak. Bill Leggett looks at the breakaway.