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August 05, 1963
Calvin L. Stinson Sr., 71, the sardine king of Prospect Harbor, Me., took up trap shooting at 55, soon afterward became Maine state champion. Ever since then, the championship has been a family affair with Calvin Sr....
February 05, 1962
About the only people cheerful enough to come out in mid-January to watch a bunch of boating diehards called frostbiters—dinghy-racing sailors from all yachting classes who find competition hottest when the coldest...
December 01, 1958 | Buck Luce
The Golfer who can play an intentional fade when the situation calls for it possesses one of the most important shots in the game. At our club, for example, there are several tough holes which are bordered rather...
May 19, 1958
Ilene Somkan, pretty 20-year-old brunette, may not be able to hit her weight but her ability to keep statistics and detect flaws in opposition has made; her invaluable as Long Island U.'s first coed baseball manager.
October 07, 1957 | Buck Luce
The trap shot, to my way of thinking, is one of the least difficult shots in golf, for it is the only one which allows the player a margin for error of almost two inches. Ideally, you should contact the sand two...