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MEASURED MOVEA number of New York jockeys, dissatisfied with the representation and the medical plan provided by the Jockeys' Guild, are considering joining the Toy and Doll Manufacturers Union.
July 26, 1971
Mrs. Berta McKendree of Jacksonville, Fla. caught a world record 115½-pound cubera snapper, 16 miles southeast of St. Johns Sea Buoy off Jacksonville Beach. She landed the fish, which weighed 11½ pounds more than the...
May 10, 1971
Carol Ann Ruud, 14, of Waterville, Wash., completed her second undefeated sled-dog racing season. Sharing honors was her team of three Alaskan Huskies, led by Judy. In the Pacific Northwest Championships she achieved...
October 16, 1967 | Pamela Knight
Hot, dry summers have fallen into disrepute, and no one hates them more than wild-mushroom hunters. Now, after the rainiest summer in 25 years, eastern mycologists as well as those in the West are back on the trail
September 25, 1967
Bruce Gangnath, a 14-year-old pitcher from Bloomfield Hills, Mich., played on three teams and compiled an 18-0 won-loss record, while batting .521. He then won three of five All-Star games and received the Anderson...