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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Dec. 24, 1962
Dec. 24, 1962

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Dec. 24, 1962

Point Of Fact
Yesterday
Lusitania
  • When a U-boat sank the 'Lusitania' in 1915 the Allies denounced Germany for the murder of an unarmed vessel. But the question still persists: Was she truly defenseless? An American explorer, John Light, has tried to find out. Recently Kenneth MacLeish, son of Poet-Playwright Archibald MacLeish and an accomplished scuba diver, went down to search the wreck with Light. Here is him report

Persian Hunt
Non-Organization
  • There are a few grown-ups around who remember living a not-so-organized childhood—one in which they were in charge of a good deal of their time. There is little evidence that the boys (or girls) suffered thereby. On the contrary, what they did with their time and a few old boards and wheels was, as the concoctions here show, often pure genius and always fun. It still can be

College Football
Pro Football
Basketball
Frank Merriwell
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Acknowledgments

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

39—top, from "Raiders of the Deep" by Lowell Thomas, ¬© 1928 by Doubleday and Company, Inc., reprinted by permission of the publisher; bottom. Brown Brothers
42—John Light
47—Kenneth MacLeish
63-67—drawings by John Alcorn
72, 73—Fred Lyon from Rapho-Guillumette
74—drawing by Joseph Low
76, 77—Neil Leifer; diagrams by William Bernstein
78—Phil Bath, Frank Scherschel
79—Tony Triolo, A.P.
80, 81—James Drake
100—Bruce Taylor-Michigan Daily
101—Gerry Cranham, Ken Harris-Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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