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OF ARMS AND THE MEN WE SING

May 10, 1971
May 10, 1971

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May 10, 1971

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  • This splendid redundancy was all that past performance charts had to say about the last three races of Venezuela's Canonero II, who made America's classic contenders look like Percherons as he rounded a jampacked field to score a stunning upset in the Kentucky Derby

Choosy Doozy
Only One Hand
Superjack
Baseball
Hockey
Pro Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

OF ARMS AND THE MEN WE SING

Cherry blossom and pickerel and cotton and strawberry and Frisbee festivals, all celebrations of good spirit and the bounty of the land, are red-white-and-blue-letter days, occasions when Americans parade their prides and prejudices. Among the many traditional U.S.A. spring rites are the National Trout Festival in Kalkaska, Mich. and the World Wrist-Wrestling Championship in Petaluma, Calif. What follows are two accounts of the hokum and merriment at these vernal commemorations

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