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August 08, 1977
TODDLIN'Sir:Being a Chicago baseball fan (Chi, Oh My! July 25) is not a pastime. It is a vocation, a way of life. At a very young age, a Cub or Sox fan learns that pennants are something other teams win. And while...
May 17, 1976
Slumbering sharks roosting in shady nooks, presumably to escape the summer heat, are visited by Stanley Meltzoff, who portrays in words and paintings the phenomenon he discovered.
July 15, 1974
In the spring, when the waters warm off the New Jersey coast, the bluefish begin their feeding orgy, a phenomenon that stirs the hearts, and reels, of anglers. Come summer, the blues cruise voraciously north along...
October 08, 1973 | Al Ristori
Since July the bluefin tuna have been feasting along the North Atlantic coast from Cape Hatteras to Newfoundland, the smaller fish to the south and the megatuna—those giants in the 1,000-pound range—farther north. In...
October 01, 1973
It's showdown time in baseball, and William Leggett tells whom to keep an eye on in the pennant playoffs, assuming that the zany race in the National League East ever ends.