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July 14, 1969
John Williams, 15, of Cranesville, Pa., the 1967 Junior Archery champion, broke two world records in qualifying for the world championships. He scored 1,242 points for one FITA round and set another record in the...
July 03, 1967
Barry Blum, 13, Pennsylvania's three-time state marbles titlist, became the U.S. champion, in Wild-wood, N.J., with an 86-26 won-loss record. Said Barry: "I put marbles first, rather than girls," but he added, "I...
April 01, 1957 | John O'Reilly
TOURISTS CAN WALK IN DRY-SHOD COMFORT THROUGH ALL THE WILDLIFE WONDERS OF CORKSCREW SWAMP SANCTUARY NEAR FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
June 18, 1956 | Edited by Ed Zern and Tom Lineaweaver
Rugged individualism and 15,700 lost pheasants provoke a bitter battle in New York, and in Washington, D.C. fish are about to be divorced from wildlife
March 05, 1956
It is a cheerful passion in a bright world of color and form