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November 28, 1966
Steve Northup, 17, of Pensacola, Fla., set a world endurance record for barefoot water skiing of 67:15.2 on Bayou Texar in Florida. A conventional skier for nine years, but a barefoot boy for just one, Northup had...
September 05, 1966 | Garry Valk
With this issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED the circulation department is inaugurating a new procedure to increase the speed with which we reach one group of our subscribers, those in the northwestern United States and...
July 12, 1965 | Eric Whitehead
Accidentally trapped on the coast of British Columbia, a 22-foot killer whale may change the evil reputation of the species if it continues to play like a porpoise, talk to humans and enjoy its unprecedented captivity
February 24, 1964
4—Howard Bingham18, 19—Bob Gomel-LIFE20—John Sadovy21—Robert W. Kelley-LIFE25-28—Neal Barr-Feldon40—AP42—Hy and Evan Peskin46—Charles Hoff-Daily News52—Tony Triolo56, 57—Ray Atkeson59—map by Dan Todd63—from "Fifteen...
September 23, 1963
Lillian Howard of Brooklyn, a captain at Bermuda's Kindley AFB, landed a 94-pound 8-ounce Allison tuna to top the women's world record for a 20-pound test line. The well-tanned nurse, who is a longtime weekend...