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What you notice first about Ernest Schwiebert's Trout (E. P. Dutton, $75) is its bulk (two thick volumes, 1,745 pages), its price and its weight, apparently about 10 pounds. That is mighty heavy for anything called...
May 09, 1977 | Robert Gantwell
Cecil Smith, now 73, was a Texas ranch hand when he discovered polo, the millionaires' sport. He invaded that alien world and, with brilliant horsemanship, became the game's best player
June 07, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Jerome Whitehead, Marquette basketball player, after a tour to Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo: "It's an unbelievable situation when 25,000 people are booing you and throwing cups and garbage at you. It's like the...
September 22, 1975
BOATING—PIED PIPER, a 35'10" sloop skippered by Lowell North of San Diego, Calif., won the One Ton Cup World Championship off Newport, R.I. Gumboots finished second and America Jane III placed third in the five-race...
February 17, 1975 | Graham M. Hall
Frostbite sailors, a steadily increasing tribe, take an occasional wintry bath, but they outrace the hibernators when summer arrives