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May 31, 1965 | Sidney L. James
In the opening pages of this magazine, along with the table of contents and SCORECARD, there are occasional appearances by two other departments that suggest something of the tremendous range and variety of the human...
March 03, 1958 | Thomas Lineaweaver
The 1957-58 winter has frozen out fish and fishermen all over except in the Pacific Northwest, which is too warm
February 04, 1980 | Michael Baughman
It's taken a while—half my life or thereabouts, provided my luck and health hold out—but I've finally found a kind of fishing that suits my tastes perfectly. I think that those of us who love to fish are born to it,...
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...
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...