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Dave NutbrownMen's basketball coach at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, after his team rallied from an 18-point halftime deficit against Saint Mary's of nearby Halifax, only to lose 86-81 in overtime:...
March 16, 1970 | Dan Levin
Another name for the pollock is 'green salmon,' and by any name this cousin of the cod is the most underrated game fish of northern waters
December 22, 1969
Marshall Gray rode her gray gelding, Magyar Pajtas, to wins in the juniper stake, puissance and high-and-wide at the Atlantic Winter Fair in Halifax, Nova Scotia. On her sister's Appaloosa, Shavano's Pride, she took...
March 24, 1969
The wicked little McKenzie River in western Oregon does not just kick up white water. It rushes in a series of boat-shattering, man-dunking drops from Cooks Rapids to Brown's Rock, from Bear Creek to notorious Martin...
October 14, 1968
The gallant tartans of Scotland have invaded new territory. In Nova Scotia, where everybody is a Mackintosh, a Macdoug all or a Macsomebody, they are worn with a nationalistic fervor that reaches its peak at the...