April 23, 1956
April 23, 1956

Table of Contents
April 23, 1956

Events & Discoveries
  • It's April and once more, as they have for 109 years, Spaniards assemble for one of the most beautiful spectacles in the world

The Case Against The IBC
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Billy Martin
Hell-Bent Hydros
Fishermen And Fish
The Outdoor Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


Dr. Earle Reynolds, an anthropologist from Yellow Springs, Ohio, is making a family affair of his boyhood dream of sailing around the world. The doctor, his wife and their two children, Ted, 17, and Jessica, 11, are shown here on arrival in Sydney, Australia after sailing 16,000 miles in the last 18 months. Dr. Reynolds, a member of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission in Hiroshima, and family started out from Japan in their specially built ketch, sailed first to Hawaii, then south to Samoa, New Zealand and Australia. They should reach the U.S. by way of South Africa next spring. "One advantage of a trip of this kind," says Mrs. Reynolds, "is that I don't have to worry about teaching Jessica geography."

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