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December 24, 1962
Heirs to the great tradition of venture are the innumerable citizens who attempt to master the sports of hazard. Some are athletes, some may be "soft Americans" (physically), but all of them are nonconformists who...
November 06, 1961 | Roy Terrell
In 1956 there were 600 sailplane pilots in the U.S., or about one for every 5,000 buzzards, an arrangement endorsed by both the Audubon Society and society in general. The sport of soaring was judged expensive and...
September 05, 1960
CONTINENTAL'S LAST CALLSirs:I want to thank you for the very kindly manner in which you and your entire staff have treated Continental League endeavors to expand major league baseball. You have been more than...
September 21, 1959
Bertha Ragan, 35, pitcher for the Stratford, Conn. Raybestos Brakettes Softball team, hurled two no-hitters, plus two other shutouts, for second straight women's soft-ball world championship at Stratford.
July 23, 1956 | Edited by Ed Zern and Tom Lineaweaver
Among last week's notable catches: by Victor Peterson of Tacoma, Washington, a 64-pound CHINOOK SALMON on 15-pound-test line in Puget Sound near Anderson Island for the largest chinook from those waters since 1880; a...