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June 08, 1964
Before a crowd of 10,000 Mark Twain fans in Calavaras County, Calif., Tarheel Terror II, the splotchy dark green entry of North Carolina's Governor Terry Sanford, soared a sensational 11 feet 9 inches to wrest...
February 03, 1969 | M. R. Werner
Travel may or may not broaden, but it certainly throws a man in on himself. In travels throughout the civilized world over a long period of years I have endured boredom as painful as any hazard faced by an Arctic...
February 07, 1972 | J. Richard Munro
If he were alive today, Mark Twain might want to rephrase his epigram about American cities. "In Boston," he wrote in 1899, "they ask, How much does he know? In New York, How much is he worth? In Philadelphia, Who...
May 22, 1972 | Cliff Gewecke
A frog that is not jumping in Calaveras County this weekend is unworthy of the species. Mark Twain's durable legend, sire to 35 other annual frog jumps across the country, lives on each May in the onetime gold-rush...
July 09, 1973 | William Hjortsberg