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October 23, 1972
Hugo Zacchini—better known as The Human Cannonball—is no one-shot performer. He had himself shot from a cannon not once but twice at the Baltimore City Fair. Then he shot off his mouth a little about the...
July 07, 1969
H. Clifford Clark, a retired Delaware farmer and former state representative, has hunted quail for most of his 75 years but took up trapshooting 10 years ago. Clark earned his first title by breaking 98 of 100...
August 15, 1966
While Charles de Gaulle kept the rest of the country under his thumb, French Premier Georges Pompidou, supposedly on holiday, put his big toe to work (below) and pensively dribbled a soccer ball through the Breton...
November 08, 1965
Pepe Beabout, a Dallas junior high school student, conquered the 13-to-14-year-old light-weight division at the Sheppard Air Force Base Judo Tournament in Wichita Falls, Texas with six straight wins. Pepe was also...
July 20, 1964 | Duncan Barnes
In a fraternity happy to spend $30,000 a year without visible returns, Jack Rounick's 164-pound tournament winner (above) was a bargain The high cost of not catching swordfish