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November 16, 1981 | Lisa Twyman
A nightmare for drivers in many parts of the country: You're zipping along a wooded stretch of road and a deer bounds straight into the path of your car. It happens as many as 20,000 times a year in states such as...
September 21, 1981 | Robert H. Boyle
September 21, 1981
MAINE: Native brook trout have ceased reproducing in all small lakes over 2,000 feet in altitude. The pH in these lakes is 5 (pHs of less than 5.6 are hazardous to aquatic life). The headwater tributaries of at least...
September 07, 1981 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
August 24, 1981 | Compiled by ALEXANDER WOLFF
BOATING—Great Britain's VICTORY, a 33-foot sloop skippered by Phil Crebbin, was first to finish the 605-mile Fastnet ocean race. By winning, Great Britain clinched the Admiral's Cup with 814 points, 98 more than the U.S.