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February 10, 2003 | Michael Farber
Raised in that noted hoops hotbed of Newfoundland, sharpshooting guard Carl English traveled 5,800 miles to become a star at Hawaii
October 05, 1981
There is no place quite like it. Once it was part of a saline inland lake, the last remnant of which, the Great Salt Lake, lies 75 miles to the east, separated from the Bonneville Salt Flats by the geologic upheaval...
April 18, 1977 | Dan Levin
There is bad blood between preservationists like Brian Davies (above) and the Newfoundland fishermen who earn extra income from the slaughter of harp seals
April 25, 1966 | Robert Cantwell
Before the great auk was killed off a century and a half ago it made a last stand on a flat, treeless chunk of granite called Funk Island, 40 miles off the northeast coast of Newfoundland. In the opening chapters of...
April 19, 1965
Fantastic Jack Nicklaus tells the story of his historic Masters win, with a stroke-by-stroke account of the crucial 64-stroke round that enabled him to break Hogan's record.