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October 01, 1962
Bouncing along Washington's Puget Sound one dark night, a speedy little 20-foot outboard cabin cruiser caught up with a 1,200-foot raft of logs moving slowly under tow to an Everett, Wash. sawmill. Result for the...
June 17, 1963
Mrs. Elizabeth Roberson, 81, a Los Alamos, N. Mex. great-grandmother, went on her first deep sea fishing trip in Florida and, after 30 minutes and a try at every chair on the boat, landed a 6-foot 8-inch, 50-pound...
July 20, 1964
Terri Ensign, 12, a 70-pound sixth-grader in Everett, Wash., caught a 60-pound 8-ounce king salmon off Hope Island with a spoon lure on a 25-pound-test line. Her father helped land the fish—the largest hooked in...
October 04, 1971
Priscilla Hill, 9, of Lexington, Mass., has become the youngest skater ever to complete the series of tests required by the U.S. Figure Skating Association to compete in USFSA senior events. The previous youngest was...
August 06, 1984 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Rocky Bridges, who managed the Triple-A Phoenix Giants for nine years and is now skipper of the Class A Everett (Wash.) Giants: "I took one giant step backward."