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August 01, 1966
Allan F. Catrell, a welder at Pearl Harbor, baited his hook with tuna and squid belly and began surf casting off Kahuku Point, Oahu. Nine hours later he reeled in an 18-pound one-ounce bone-fish lo better the world...
February 17, 1969 | Pat Ryan
April 21, 1969 | Tex Maule
If Roy Mark Hofheinz operated anywhere but in the state of Texas, he would stick out like a sore thumb. In Texas he sticks out like a sore pinkie. Even so, he is without doubt the most inventive, imaginative and...
June 25, 1973
Jerry Shulman, 20, a biophysics major at the University of Michigan, pedaled his 10-speed Romana to victory in the 13th Pepsi-Wolverine 200-mile Bicycle Marathon on Detroit's Belle Isle. He went on to outlast the...
January 24, 1977 | Pat Putnam
Leon Spinks, bamming like a bazooka, and Howard Davis, slashing like a cat, showed all kinds of promise in their professional boxing debuts