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August 02, 1971
Pedaling his way into our hearts this week is tannery executive Norman Lezin of Santa Cruz, Calif. who donated $10 toward the purchase of a bicycle to any employee who would cycle to work and leave his car at home....
June 08, 1970 | Carleton Mitchell
An American yachtsman explores the eerie Galápagos Archipelago, where he finds the birds and beasts of Darwin's age—and echoes of bizarre human tragedies
December 08, 1969 | Dan Levin
The richest ($4,350 in prizes) surfing contest in history had too many problems to be patient with townies who contended that the sport was 'a free man's art'
January 31, 1966
December 14, 1964
Victor Oxley, 10, the inside-right on the 17th Wolf Cub Pack football (soccer) team attached to the Holy Trinity Church in Woodford, Essex, England, kicked in 41 of his team's 128 goals during a streak of 10...