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October 14, 1985 | Robert L. Miller
The hunting story that begins on page 108 isn't your everyday account of a day or two in the field pursuing the elusive little woodcock. It does not begin as you might expect—in a pickup truck, say, on a country lane...
October 23, 1978 | Jonathan Yardley
"The literature of angling," William Humphrey writes, "falls into two genres: the instructional and the devotional. The former is written by fishermen who write, the latter by writers who fish." Humphrey, who has...
October 02, 1978 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Walter Bingham's article to the Polls, Weakly (Sept. 18) was excellent. It's about time the flaws in the college football ranking system were pointed out. Now I wonder how long it will be before anything is done...
March 07, 1977 | Edited by Gay Flood
A LOT OF RUBLESSir:I thoroughly enjoyed William Oscar Johnson's intriguing account of the high-powered negotiations between the Soviet Union and the three major American television networks for the TV rights to the...
January 26, 1976 | Jack Meyers
Although novelist William Humphrey writes mostly about his birthplace, Clarksville, Texas, he has returned there only once in the last 32 years. "I write from imagination, not observation," he says. "That little town...