Pittsburgh's new Public Auditorium, being dedicated here, is as high as a 12-story building, seats 13,000 for sporting events and its retractable steel dome is 415 feet across. Like a vast eye, the dome can wink shut in two and a half minutes, but like an eye it also weeps. The roof, alas, leaks.
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Oct. 23, 1961
- By Kenneth Rudeen
A young filly named Impish broke all the trotting records for 2-year-olds at Lexington
Milling swarms of desperate fish, frantic scientists working in the heat and smoke of a forest fire, waters that would not run cold and waterfalls that could not be jumped—these things combined to produce the exciting climax to an eight-year experiment intended to restore an almost extinct race of salmon to this remote river that for untold centuries counted them in millions
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