Showing 1 - 10 of 17 Stories for Reginald Wells
Few dogs in the history of man have been subjected to as much ridicule and invective as the German dachshund or "badger dog." Long in the trunk and ...
UPLAND GAME BIRDS
At the opening of what promises to be a record season SI presents a foldout of popular and exotic game birds plus an area-by-area report on where to find them, ...
PULLING THE LONGBOW
Four million Americans are doing it as archery becomes the nation's fastest growing family sport.
DOGS STRANGE AND RARE
Some of the most unusual and strange looking dogs ever loved by man will strut the lawn of the Westchester Country Club, New York on Sunday, September 11 ...
THE WESTMINSTER DOG SHOW
Over the coming weekend 2,537 of the best show dogs in America—including most of those pictured in SI's color foldout opposite—will invade New York City ...
Color In The Dust
It flashes still the country over, despite television, Davy Crockett and Outer Space as kids knuckle down for marbles
The Gantlet Run Begins
As 300 million ducks and geese pour into the flyways, hunters the nation over look forward to another record-breaking season
FIRST SCENT OF FOX
In September of 1777 at Brandy-wine Creek in the southeasternmost corner of Pennsylvania, a British force under Sir William Howe won a notable victory over ...
THE COMMODORE OF BIMINI
On a paradise island in the Bahamas, U.S. Industrialist G. Albert Lyon enjoys his own formula for success: work hard, play hard—and share the fun with friends.