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June 03, 1968
BOWLING—JIM STEFANICH of Joliet, Ill. beat Billy Hardwick of Louisville 208-211, 226-225, 246-180, 233-216 to win the PBA $65,000 All-Star championship in Garden City, N.Y. Overall, Stefanich had a three-day average...
May 08, 1967 | Robert H. Boyle
Old wives and young children have told extraordinary tales about dragonflies. Now an amateur flytier tells the real story, and he suggests that these interesting insects may turn out to be more fun than fishing itself
August 23, 1965 | Garry Valk
Controversy seems to be an essential ingredient of American sport, not a byproduct. Any good contest is likely to mean a good argument in the letters column, and a bad contest an even better one. From the vantage...
June 14, 1965
A short walk really isn't much exercise, so former West Point Trackman Edward White (below), who still holds the cadet record for the 400-meter hurdles, was running on the beach last week. After all, he was going to...
October 19, 1964
To the nonparticipant, a trap- or skeet-shooting jacket is simply a jacket with a shoulder patch and brass buttons made of shotgun shells. But to the 100,000 or more men and women who compete in these events the...