Issue: 19621201

Saturday, December 1, 1962
DECEMBER, 1962
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0001.xml
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The American Tobacco Company
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The American Tobacco Company
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0002.xml
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Browning Arms Co.
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Browning Arms Co.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0004.xml
masthead
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Masthead
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0005.xml
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RONSON
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RONSON
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0006.xml
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Advertisement: Old Spice
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Old Spice
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0007.xml
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What’s on your mind?
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What’s on your mind?
Deep-Down Cod
To Pull a Bullet
Trout Tip Pays Off
Old Wooden Head
Emergency Matches
Mushroom Taboo
Deer Goes to School
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George Heinold’s “Codfish Ball,” in your August issue, touched on the use of light tackle for deep-sea fishing to the point where a small contingency might be worth noting. Namely, don’t count on any records. This picture (above) shows a typical large cod that I took off Chatham, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0008.xml
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AC SPARK PLUG
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AC SPARK PLUG
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0009.xml
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WYLER WATCH CORP.: incaflex
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WYLER WATCH CORP.
incaflex
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0010.xml
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0011.xml
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0012.xml
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SALT WATER
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The Pugnacious Jacks
Emergency Lure
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George Heinold
COCKING my spinning rod, I cast my wobbling spoon into the blackness of the night toward a spot where tarpon were rolling and splashing. I let it sink a few inches then began my retrieve by twitching the tip of the rod while I briskly cranked the reel.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0013.xml
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Kaiser Industries
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Kaiser Industries
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0014.xml
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0015.xml
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JOHNSON
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JOHNSON
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0016.xml
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Roundup
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Roundup
Deer vs. Coyote
Queer Partners
Mortal Lock
Bear Hangs Self
Life Begins at 70
Shot Dodger
Cuff That Muskie
Monster Turtle
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WHEN biologist Ellsworth (AI) Harger and conservation officer Bruce Andrews spotted the carcass of a coyote lying on a woods road in Michigan’s upper peninsula, they stopped their car and got out to investigate. What they discovered was an unusual man-bites-dog story spelled out in three sets of tracks.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0017.xml
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SCHIEFFELIN & CO.: TEACHER’S
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SCHIEFFELIN & CO.
TEACHER’S
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0018.xml
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Benrus Watch Company
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Benrus Watch Company
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0019.xml
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AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO.: HONDA TRAIL"50"
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AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO.
HONDA TRAIL"50"
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0020.xml
article
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17,18,19,65,66,67,68
FEATURES
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Most Dangerous Bear? I SAY POLAR
Few have been close to so many bears in such dangerous situations as the author, whose answer will surprise hunters
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FRED BEAR
I HAVE KILLED five bears above the black-bear class with a bow in the last six years and tackled two others that proved too much to handle that way and had to be stopped with a rifle. From those seven encounters, I’ve formed a rather firm opinion on a perennial question: What is the most dangerous game animal on the North American continent? I believe I know.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0021.xml
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20,21,22,23,69,70,71
FEATURES
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A RHINO THAT WOULD HAVE AMUSED T.R.
Teddy Roosevelt’s descendants copy his safari in many ways, but didn’t plan this
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JONATHAN ROOSEVELT
WHEN THEODORE ROOSEVELT, my great-grandfather, stepped down from the Presidency in 1909, it was clear that drastic measures would be needed to avoid widespread charges that he was simply back-seat driving for his successor, William H. Taft.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0022.xml
article
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24,25,26,27,113,114
FEATURES
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ICE COLD TROUT
Maybe some men can sit home waiting for spring, but not these Michigan anglers who seek winter thrills by catching lakers 200 feet down
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JOHN B. GLEASON
FRED PETERSON raced for the tip-up. Half sliding, half falling, he tossed his gloves to the ice and crouched over the small circle of water under the waving red flag. By the time Andy Hendrickson and I arrived, Fred was already reaching for the stick.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0023.xml
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28,29,72,73,74
FEATURES
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Those Faraway Antelope
I learn about shooting antelope, even if I don’t learn fast. I’ve only been hunting them 30 years
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JACK O'CONNOR
WHEN MY pals Al Biesen and Doc Wygant drove up in front of my house one September afternoon in 1957, they were still so excited from their Wyoming hunt that both tried to talk at once. “Antelope?” Al shouted. “You never saw anything like it. Dozens, hundreds, thousands, millions—big bucks, little bucks, does, fawns!” “And deer!” Doc bellowed.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0024.xml
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30,31,32,33,109,110,111
FEATURES
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GHOST GEESE
Winter honkers on fringe of Great Salt Lake keep hunters crawling, cussing
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FRANK A. TINKER
YOU’RE WASTING good time chasing them honks around the ice. They ain’t real birds out there; they’re ghost geese.” So said the old-timer. Phantom flocks or not, Utah’s Great Salt Lake furnishes some of the best goose hunting in the country, as well as some of the most peculiar.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0025.xml
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34,35,106,107,108,109
FEATURES
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Whitetails Make Mistakes
They’re not in the habit of acting like fools. But if you hunt slowly and give a deer a chance to goof, you might hang him on the meat pole
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BEN EAST
I’VE BEEN HUNTING deer for close to 40 years, and I can count on my fingers the rack-carrying whitetails I have encountered in that time that have made downright foolish mistakes. Nevertheless, it does happen. A few falls back, my friend Jess Furbush left his northern Michigan camp one morning in a wet snowstorm and walked out along an old logging road on his way to a stand.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0026.xml
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36,37,38,39,84,85,86,87
BROOKS IN BRITISH ISLES
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Fisherman's Tour of England
On waters famous in the history of the artificial fly, I enjoy good fishing plus the finest gesture of one fly fisherman to another
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JOE BROOKS
MY THROAT was dry, the back of my neck itched, and my palm was so sweaty that the rod grip slipped. I was about to make my first cast in the Test River, one of the greatest of England’s famous chalk streams. On this river and its companion water, the Itchen, was made most of the history of fishing with an artificial fly.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0027.xml
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40,41,42,43,75,76,77,78
How Wild Are Boars?
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HAWAIIAN HARA-KIRI
When these razor-tusked hogs get mad, you’d better shoot straight or start climbing
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LYMAN NICHOLS JR
RAYMOND ARRAUJO and I climbed up a dry watercourse on the leeward coast of Hawaii Island, following Ray’s dog Phil, who was sniffing his way along the maze of old tracks in the sand. Phil wasn’t showing much enthusiasm, and neither were we. The tracks were old, and it was hot.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0028.xml
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TRIP OF THE MONTH
Christmas Vacation Fishing
OFF-SEASON JACKPOT
Lower California’s winter fishing features big catches, small crowds, low prices
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ROBERT S. MIKKELSEN
THE Gordo III vibrated as the anchor chain clattered out over the bowspring. That was the starting gun. Eager fishermen braced against the heaving deck and leaned into their first casts. I waited my turn at the bait tank and dip-netted an anchovy out of the wriggling mass.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0029.xml
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46,47,114,115,116,117,118
FEATURES
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Snowshoe Runaround
We matched footgear with the fleet New Hampshire hares, but we left the toughest footwork to the hound
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TED JANES
I STOOD at the edge of a snow-choked evergreen swamp, slowly congealing and thinking moodily how much white-rabbit hunting has in common with ice fishing, another glacial activity in which I find myself involved each winter. In one of these undertakings, I reflected, you stand around freezing on the ice waiting for a red flag to pop up; in the other you stand around freezing in the snow waiting for a rabbit to pop up.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0030.xml
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FEATURES
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Big Bucks of the Secret Canyon
Washington has plenty of canyons, but this one is special. It's full of mule deer and empty of competing hunters
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CHESTER CHATFIELD
NEVER BELITTLE the beneficial effects of square dancing. My brother Harold met a cattle rancher at a square dance in north-central Washington and got the guy’s permission to hunt in a canyon at the back of his place. This was a notable achievement, as the rancher didn’t hunt, didn’t like hunters, and had a locked gate across the cowpath road that led into the canyon.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0031.xml
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FEATURES
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Up to Here in BASS
Nothing like getting in with the fish, our Seminole Lake guide said. So we did
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CHARLES ELLIOTT
I WAS STARING, open-mouthed, at Jack Wingate when he vanished under the dark water. The floating cap, air bubbles, and wildly waving rod tip told me emphatically that he hadn’t expected this sudden and dramatic climax any more than I. Only seconds before, the owner of Wingate’s Fishing Camp had stood almost to his Adam’s apple in water with his casting rod held straight up over his head.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0032.xml
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FEATURES
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Coogan’s Cornfield
Few of Chicago’s 200,000 hunters know about the duck-hunting bonanza in cornfields just a few miles outside the city
CHICAGO METROPOLITAN AREA
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BOB CARY
A SNOWFLAKE hit my nose. I shivered awake. A whole fistful of snow slithered down the neck of my hunting coat as my eyes focused on Coogan’s corn crib, 350 yards away across a vastness of mud and corn stubble. Lord, it was cold! Several blasts of hot breath in each mitten momentarily restored the feeling in my fingers.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0033.xml
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This Happened to Me!
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The Untamed
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Ben Magavern
WE PAY CASH FOR ALL TRUE ADVENTURES PUBLISHED
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0034.xml
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DU PONT
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DU PONT
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0035.xml
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SHOOTING
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The Little Gauges
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Jack O’Connor
IN THE United States and Great Britain, the 12 is the most widely used shotgun gauge, the .30/06 of shotgun gauges, the gauge by which all others are judged. It is the most versatile of all gauges. It has been loaded with as little as ¾ oz. of shot and as much as 1⅞ oz. in cases as short as 2 in. and as long as 3¼ in., with as little as 2¼-dram equivalent and as much as 4¼ drams.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0036.xml
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Marlin Firearms Co.
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Marlin Firearms Co.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0037.xml
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Browning Arms Co.
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Browning Arms Co.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0038.xml
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Daisy Manufacturing Company: DAISY CO2100
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Daisy Manufacturing Company
DAISY CO2100
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0039.xml
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THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY: HALF AND HALF
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THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
HALF AND HALF
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0040.xml
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Norm Thompson: BAUSCH &LOMB
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Norm Thompson
BAUSCH &LOMB
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0041.xml
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0042.xml
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Williams Gun Sight Co.
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Williams Gun Sight Co.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0043.xml
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BEATTIE JET PRODUCTS Inc.
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BEATTIE JET PRODUCTS Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0044.xml
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THE Servus RUBBER CO.
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THE Servus RUBBER CO.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0045.xml
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Bushnell
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Bushnell
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0046.xml
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Wightman Electronics, Inc.
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Wightman Electronics, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0047.xml
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Advertisement: FUR-FISH-GAME
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FUR-FISH-GAME
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0048.xml
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Advertisements
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ALADDIN LABS. INC.
JON-E FLUID
ALADDIN LABS. INC.
JON-E BODY BELT
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0049.xml
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ALADDIN LABS. INC.: DEER-COY
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ALADDIN LABS. INC.
DEER-COY
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0050.xml
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Norm Thompson: Alaskan
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Norm Thompson
Alaskan
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0051.xml
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BENJAMIN AIR RIFLE CO.: 422 BENJAMIN
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BENJAMIN AIR RIFLE CO.
422 BENJAMIN
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0052.xml
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0053.xml
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WEAVER SCOPE
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WEAVER SCOPE
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0054.xml
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BAUER
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BAUER
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0055.xml
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BURNHAM BROTHERS
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BURNHAM BROTHERS
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0056.xml
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POLY-CHOKE
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POLY-CHOKE
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0057.xml
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STURM, RUGER & COMPANY, INC.: RUGER
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STURM, RUGER & COMPANY, INC.
RUGER
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0058.xml
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SCOT-AIR, Inc.
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SCOT-AIR, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0059.xml
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JOSEPH ELECTRONIC SUPPLY, INC.
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JOSEPH ELECTRONIC SUPPLY, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0060.xml
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L. L. Bean, Inc.
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L. L. Bean, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0061.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0062.xml
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MID-WESTERN SPORT TOGS
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MID-WESTERN SPORT TOGS
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0063.xml
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WORLD CHAMPION BIRD & ANIMAL CALLER: LYNCH’S ML-4
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WORLD CHAMPION BIRD & ANIMAL CALLER
LYNCH’S ML-4
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0064.xml
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R. J. COFFEY
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R. J. COFFEY
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0065.xml
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Northwestern School of Taxidermy
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Northwestern School of Taxidermy
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0066.xml
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Advertisement: 963-DE
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963-DE
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0067.xml
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75
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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EDMUND SCIENTIFIC CO.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0068.xml
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HORNADY MFG. CO.
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HORNADY MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0069.xml
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DuMAURIER CO.
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DuMAURIER CO.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0070.xml
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RADIATOR SPECIALTY COMPANY: WRENCH
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RADIATOR SPECIALTY COMPANY
WRENCH
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0071.xml
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Gander Mountain, Inc.
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Gander Mountain, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0072.xml
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CUSTOM COAT CO. Inc.
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CUSTOM COAT CO. Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0073.xml
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E. C. BISHOP & Son, Inc.
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E. C. BISHOP & Son, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0074.xml
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0075.xml
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ASSOCIATED HEAVY EQUIPMENT SCHOOLS, INC.
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ASSOCIATED HEAVY EQUIPMENT SCHOOLS, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0076.xml
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NATIONAL SHOOTING SPORTS FOUNDATION, INC.
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NATIONAL SHOOTING SPORTS FOUNDATION, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0077.xml
article
80
80,81,118,119
ARCHERY
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Types of Targets
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G. Howard Gillelan
ONCE AN ARCHER has equipped himself with a bow, arrows, and accessories, he needs only one thing more before he can begin to shoot—a target. Picking out the most suitable target can be quite a problem, since the different kinds of targets are almost as numerous as excuses at the end of the hunting season.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0078.xml
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81
81
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MONROE AUTO EQUIPMENT COMPANY: Load-Leveler
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MONROE AUTO EQUIPMENT COMPANY
Load-Leveler
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0079.xml
article
82
82,83
ANGLING
[no value]
Buying A Spinning Reel
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Wynn Davis
ABOUT 17 years ago, when our G.I.’s began coming home from WORLD War II, thousands of spinning reels came along with them. Soon they were telling everyone who’d listen about this new kind of fishing called spinning. The enthusiasm of our spinning G.I.’s won converts from the Gulf of Mexico to Alaska.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0080.xml
article
83
83
ANGLING
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Bait-Bucket Aerator
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Ken Murray
A foot-operated, air-mattress pump makes a fine aerator for water in a minnow bucket. Slip a rubber tube over the neck of the pump and put the other end of the tube in the water. Put the pump on the ground or on bottom of the boat and occasionally press it with your foot.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0081.xml
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83
83
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TOURIST BUREAU
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TOURIST BUREAU
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0082.xml
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83
83
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BAKER MANUFACTURING CO.: HooKouT
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BAKER MANUFACTURING CO.
HooKouT
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0083.xml
advertisement
83
83
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DICKEY TACKLE CO.
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DICKEY TACKLE CO.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0084.xml
advertisement
84
84
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Advertisements
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Dr. Grabow Pre-Smoked Pipes
Starfire
Dr. Grabow Pre-Smoked Pipes
Viscount
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0085.xml
advertisement
84
84
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Rapala
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Rapala
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0086.xml
advertisement
84
84
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0087.xml
advertisement
84
84
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Townsend Engineering Co.
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Townsend Engineering Co.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0088.xml
advertisement
85
85
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R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company: PRINCE ALBERT
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R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
PRINCE ALBERT
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0089.xml
advertisement
86
86
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0090.xml
advertisement
87
87
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Idaho Savings & Loan Assn.
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Idaho Savings & Loan Assn.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0091.xml
advertisement
87
87
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Advertisements
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W. C. RUSSELL MOCCASIN CO.
ONEIDA
W. C. RUSSELL MOCCASIN CO.
cradles
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0092.xml
advertisement
87
87
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PLANO MOLDING COMPANY
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PLANO MOLDING COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0093.xml
article
88
88,89,90
BOATING
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Art of Anchoring
STANDARD ANCHOR TYPES
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J. A. Emmett
WHETHER an anchor is just something handy to have aboard or is an important piece of equipment depends on how you use it. Much has been done to provide better anchors and easier ways of handling them, and it’s foolish not to take full advantage of what such equipment can do for you.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0094.xml
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89
89
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Grumman BOATS
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Grumman BOATS
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0095.xml
advertisement
89
89
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0096.xml
advertisement
89
89
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HULL MFG. CO.
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HULL MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0097.xml
advertisement
89
89
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STARCRAFT BOAT COMPANY
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STARCRAFT BOAT COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0098.xml
advertisement
90
90
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Excelsior Springs, Mo.
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Excelsior Springs, Mo.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0099.xml
advertisement
91
91
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Thompson Bros.
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Thompson Bros.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0100.xml
article
92
92,93,101,119
CAMPING
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How to Beat Bugs
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C. B. Colby
INSECTS, bugs, and “things” seem to be the greatest hurdle that a lot of prospective campers have to get over. It is true that there always are a certain number of insects around a campground; that’s where they live, and they were there first. You have to meet them on their own ground and learn to beat them or get along with them with a minimum of bother.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0101.xml
article
92
92
CAMPING
Camp Chef
Coonburgers
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INGREDIENTS Raccoon meat stripped from bones For each pound of coon meat add: 1½ oz. salt pork 6-in. stalk celery ½ tsp. salt ¼ tsp. pepper Put coon meat through food chopper once. Then add other ingredients as indicated for each pound of meat.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0102.xml
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93
93
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BURGESS BATTERY COMPANY
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BURGESS BATTERY COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0103.xml
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93
93
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KELLY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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KELLY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0104.xml
advertisement
93
93
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0105.xml
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93
93
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BEERY SCHOOL OF HORSEMANSHIP
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BEERY SCHOOL OF HORSEMANSHIP
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0106.xml
advertisement
94
94
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0107.xml
review
94
94,96,97,98,99
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GIFT IDEAS for a Sportsman’s Christmas
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Walnut & Brass Specialties
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Walnut & Brass Specialties
CARTRIDGE CUFF LINKS
$4.95
CARTRIDGE CUFF LINKS and tie tacks make exciting and different gifts. Each set handsomely fashioned from actual standard caliber cartridges. Specify .45 Colt, .45 Auto., .30/30, .30-06, .38 Spec., .44 Magnum. $4.95 ppd. Walnut & Brass Specialties, Dept. OL, 4835 Dearborn, Mission, Kan.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Joe Tackle Tote
$1.25
ANY ANGLER would like this handy pocket size Little Joe Tackle Tote. Bright yellow 12 gauge vinyl case has special clear vinyl inside pocket for swivels, leader material, etc. Polyester fiber "leaves" hold large assortment of jigs, flies and lures. $1.25. Mille Lacs Mfg., Dept. OL, Isle, Minn.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
ZIPPER SLIPPERS
$8.99
SPORTSMAN'S ZIPPER SLIPPERS make warm, comfortable gift. In polished brown or saddle tan leather with soft lamb's wool lining, leather soles and rubber heels. Sizes 6-12, $8.99. Size 13, $9.50. Sizes 14 & 15, $9.99. Add 35¢ pstg. Brouwer's, Dept. OL, 178 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Arco Roto-Form
$1.98
HANDY GIFT for the home workshop. Arco Roto-Form fits any electric drill or press. Shapes contours, planes, removes paint, sands, bevels. Cuts wood, plastic, metal without clogging. Hardened steel, ¼" shank, 1⅞" dia, $1.98 ppd. Arrow Metal, Dept. OL-12, 421 W. 203 St., N.Y. 34, N.Y.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
wool Toque Dickey
$1
NO MATTER HOW COLD or damp the weather this 100% wool Toque Dickey keeps ears, neck, head and chest warm. Converts any jacket into a hooded parka. Soft, flexible and durable knit. Fits any man, woman or child. $1 ea.; 6 for $5 ppd. A. L. Robbins, Dept. O.L., 36 Bowery, N.Y., N.Y.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
STETHOSCOPE SCORES
$2.95
STETHOSCOPE SCORES as educational and interesting gift for adults as well as children. Handy, new U.S. Medical Corps stethoscope can be used by mechanics and engineers too, to check car motor trouble spots. $2.95 ppd. from Madison House, Dept. OL-11, 380 Lexington Ave., N.Y., N.Y.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
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$1.50
PIPE SMOKERS will appreciate a gift of this handy Rocket Reamer. One complete turn removes tobacco cake uniformly without scarring pipe bowl. Spring action automatically adjusts cutting blades to the shape of any bowl. $1.50 ppd. from Rocket Reamer, Dept. OL, Winding Road, Pottstown, Penna.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
1963 Calendar Bank
$2.25
DAY BY DAY, a 1963 Calendar Bank is a gift used and enjoyed the whole year. Perpetual calendar forces saving at least a quarter a day, or date won't change. Records total savings. $2.25 ea., 3 for $6.50, 6 for $12.50. Add 25¢ ea. for pstg. Leecraft, Dept. OL, 300 Albany Ave., B'klyn 13, N.Y.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Ti-Eze
$2
KNOTTY PROBLEM of tying hooks to lines and leaders is solved by Ti-Eze. New tool takes all types of hooks; works with all leaders and lines from ¼ to 50 lb. test, and ties perfect snell knot in seconds. Won't rust. $2 ppd. Airborne Tool, Dept. OL-3, 138 Sierra St., El Segundo, Cal.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Swedish Ingo Tyrolean Hat
$12.95
HANG A HAT on a sportsman's tree. He'll wear it with pride all year. This handsome handmade Swedish Ingo Tyrolean Hat with brushed suede-velour finish is fine for casual wear in town or country. Loden green or sport tan, sizes 6¾-7¾. $12.95. Western Brands, Dept. OL, Estes Park, Colo.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
golf bag
$9.95
FOR GOLFING FANS here's a gift that adds spirit at the end of the game. "19th Hole" features colorful replica of golf bag, twin crystal decanters with golf ball caps and shot glasses. $9.95. Also free catalog. Adriane, Inc., 2-388 Finch Merchandise Mart, Park Square, St. Paul 1, Minn.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Igloo
$14.95
YOUR FAIR LADY won't fear cold, wet weather wearing these "Igloo" pull-on boots. Imported moccasin boots have ¾" pile lining from top to toe, light silver-colored fake sealskin uppers and colorful trim. Even ladies' sizes 5-10, $14.95 & 50¢ pstg. Hamburgers, Dept. OL, Baltimore 1, Md.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Fourteen Old Gun Catalogs
$3.95
REPRODUCTIONS OF RARE gun catalogs in 480 page "Fourteen Old Gun Catalogs" include Sharps and others of 1859-1902. "Ten Old Gun Catalogs", 416 pages, has famous Spencer, etc. catalogs of 1864-1880. Both fully illustrated. $3.95 each. Gun Digest, Dept. OL, 4540 W. Madison St., Chicago, III.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Ice-Rod
$5.75
ICE FISHING FANS will find this Spin-type Ice-Rod a timely gift for the holiday season. Features black walnut handle with complete glass rod and enclosed reel. 38" over-all length. Complete with line, lure and bobber, $5.75 ppd. Free catalog. Dickey Tackle Co., Dept. X, Land O'Lakes, Wis.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
sleeping bag
$59.95
WARM, LIGHTWEIGHT sleeping bag features "V" type laminated tubes, Northern goose down insulation, tough, water repellent, rip-stop nylon outer covering and 36" zipper. Standard size "DownLight" mummy type bag weighs 5 lbs. $59.95 & 1.25 ship. Eddie Bauer, 417 E. Pine, Seattle, Wash.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
sleeping bag
$3.49
STITCH IN TIME saves sportsmen trouble on outdoor trips. Heavy-duty Stitcher Kit repairs anything made of leather, canvas, nylon or other heavy materials. Complete with automatic awl, 6 needles, over 250 yds. of nylon thread. $3.49 ppd. Sportsman's Post, Dept. OL, 366 Madison Ave., N.Y., N.Y.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
MITTENS
$5.95
MAKE MITTENS your choice gift for cold-weather sportsmen. Finger-free deerskin utility mittens provide finger control and comfort for instant trigger action, driving, shoveling, etc. Saddle tan, sizes S,M,L. $5.95 ppd. Deerskin Trading Post, Dept. OL, Rt. 1 at 114, Danvers, Massachusetts.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Hallicrafters Short Wave Radio
$69.95
HEAR HOLIDAY CHEER from the world over on this Hallicrafters Short Wave Radio. Features 3 short wave bands plus standard broadcast and 3-way antenna system for maximum flexibility. Not a portable. $69.95. Free brochure from Klein's, Dept. OL, 227 W. Washington St., Chicago 6, III.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
CHAMOIS CLOTH hunting shirt
$5.95
CHAMOIS CLOTH hunting shirt becomes softer, more comfortable with every washing. Features tough, sanforized doublefleeced cotton flannel, roomy button-down pockets and one-button cuffs. In tan or scarlet, sizes S,M,L,XL. $5.95 ppd. Gander Mountain Inc., Dept. OL, Wilmot, Wisc.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
live-steam engine
$8.95
PACK POWER in a gift for engineers of all ages. This precision made, live-steam engine adds power to any operating model. Develops 1/30 h.p. at 1,800 rpm. Brass boiler, steam whistle. Safe, dry fuel. Stands 10". $8.95 ppd. Extra fuel, $2. William Products, Dept. OL, 10 E. 81 St., N.Y., N.Y.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
ALASKA SITKA COAT
$49.95
ALASKA SITKA COAT features pliable, water repellent, windproof duck outer fabric. Northern down insulated body and sleeves, 100% Egyptian Cotton quilted lining. In brown, green or red. Sizes 36-46, $49.95. Sizes 48-52, $59.95. Alaska Sleeping Bag Co., 334 N.W. 11th Ave., Portland, Ore.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Squirrel Monkey
$19.95
ALWAYS AFFECTIONATE, a lively Squirrel Monkey makes a fine pet and exciting gift. Easy to care for and train, eats what you eat. About 6 months old. Free cage and instructions. Live delivery guaranteed. Send check for $19.95, express collect. Animal Farm, Dept. OL-4, P.O. Box 1042, Miami Beach, Fla.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
SAILOR SUITS
$6.95
SAILOR SUITS make exciting gifts for youngsters. Nautically correct from bell-bottom trousers to hash marks on sleeve. In washable, sanforized white, $6.95 or navy blue twill, $7.95. Even sizes 2-8. Hat, $1. Add 50¢ pstg. Bill's Military Stores, Dept. O, 21 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Bill Parry Lounger
$11.95
TRIMLY TAILORED one-piece Bill Parry Lounger has full length zipper, elasticized waist, deep pockets, and short sleeves. In a variety of new fabrics, sizes S, M, L, XL. From $11.95 ppd. in Sand, Olive, Black, Blue. Free catalog from Joel McKay, Dept. OL-62, 335 S. Raymond, Pasadena, Cal.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
Chippewa boots
$25.95
POSITIVE WEATHER PROTECTION is offered to sportsmen wearing these "Original" Chippewa boots. Made of full grain oil-tanned leather, glove leather lining, insulated foot portion, Neoprene soles. Model 3239 in sizes 7-13, D & EE, $25.95. Todd's, Dept. OL, 5 So. Wabash, Chicago, III.
Walnut & Brass Specialties
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$100-$1,000
SPORTSMEN ARE SURE to be interested in extra money for those holiday gifts and hunting trips. Borrow $100-$1,000 by mail in strict privacy. No endorsers, up to 24 months to pay. Convenient terms. Free details, no obligation. Budget Finance Co., Dept. OL, 114 So. 17, Omaha 2, Neb.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0108.xml
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95
95
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0109.xml
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96
96
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0110.xml
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97
97,98,99
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SHOPPING SECTION
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0111.xml
advertisement
100
100
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REAL ESTATE
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0112.xml
review
100
100,101
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What’s New
in retail store products and ideas for sportsmen
E. F. Johnson Co.
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E. F. Johnson Co.
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$109.50
HAND-HELD 2-way radio by E. F. Johnson Co., the ‘Personal Messenger” offers sportsmen easy portability and a wide range of uses. Housed in a rugged, high-impact case, the “Personal Messenger” is completely battery powered and is equipped with a plug-in battery case for either standard penlight cells or the longer-lived mercury cells. It contains eleven transistors and four diodes and requires no operating license. Price is $109.50, and further information and detailed specifications may be had by writing to E. F. Johnson Co., Dept. OL, Waseca, Minn.
E. F. Johnson Co.
[no value]
$15
PISTOL FOR PRECISE plinking and target shooting, recently introduced by the Daisy Mfg. Co., is the company’s first gas operated model. This new semi-automatic, Model CO2100 fires BBs and features a new valve system, which the makers say minimizes gas waste and assures maximum efficiency. Power is delivered directly from the CO2 cylinder into the manifold chamber, metering just enough gas for each shot. Because there are no “O” rings in this valve system, the manufacturers also say that faulty ring leaks have been eliminated. Ideal for low cost shooting, the Daisy CO2100 lists for $15.
E. F. Johnson Co.
[no value]
$1.89
HANDSOME AND HANDY new vacuum bottle, “Game Birds” made by the Thermos Division of King-Seeley Thermos Co., is decorated in full color with authentic illustrations of six North American game birds. The birds shown are: the Ring-necked Pheasant, Ruffed Grouse, Hungarian Partridge, Canada Goose, Mallard Duck and Prairie Chicken. Featuring a break-resistant “Stronglas” filler, leakproof triple-seal stopper and cup handle that stays cool and won’t break off, the “Game Birds” by Thermos is available in pint and quart sizes. The pint retails for about $1.89 and the quart about $2.79.
E. F. Johnson Co.
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$9.95 to $19.95
WATCHES FOR WEAR by active men have recently been introduced by the General Time Corp. Their new line of La Salle watches, the company says, are specifically designed for men of action and are the first watches in their price range that are jeweled for accuracy and dependability. The initial selection of La Salle watches for men consists of eight ruggedly handsome models, all shockproof and antimagnetic. Many models are waterproof and some are self-winding. Prices range from $9.95 to $19.95.
E. F. Johnson Co.
[no value]
$60
PACK A PORTABLE electric refrigerator along on your next trip. The Bernzomatic Co. of Rochester, N. Y. offers sportsmen a .37 cubic foot model that plugs into either an automobile cigarette lighter or a conventional 110 volt AC outlet. This new Bernz-OMatic portable unit has a hermetically sealed self-contained absorption type cooling system housed in a rugged molded case. Weighing 18 lbs., this compact unit retails for less than $60.
E. F. Johnson Co.
[no value]
$20
WARMLY WELCOMED by ice fishermen and other cold weather sportsmen will be the news from the Mishawaka Rubber Co., makers of Red Ball Sporting Boots, about their new Ball-Band Senecas. These are heavy duty, fleecedlined rubber arctic-type boots with cleated rubber soles for solid footing on ice and snow. The fleece in this boot extends over the insole and even under the sturdy slide fastener. Ball-Band Senecas have a brown leather-grain finish and retail for about $20 a pair.
E. F. Johnson Co.
[no value]
$9.95
THERMAL-TYPE underwear introduced by the Allen-A Co. of Piqua, Ohio is made from an outer layer of combed cotton Insulaire, polyester foam middle layer and an inner layer of combed cotton jersey. The new twopiece garment called “Triple-Insulaire” can be worn under everday clothing with a minimum of outer clothing. The makers state that the polyester foam which is laminated to the outer and inner layers, is nonallergenic and cannot be harmed by chemicals or water conditions. “Triple-Insulaire” retails for $9.95 for the shirt and $9.95 for the elastic top drawers.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0113.xml
advertisement
101
101
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UNIVERSAL LAND COMPANY
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UNIVERSAL LAND COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0114.xml
advertisement
101
101
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American Realty & Petroleum Corp.
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American Realty & Petroleum Corp.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0115.xml
article
102
102,103,104
DOGS
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New Training Devices
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David Michael Duffey
THINGS mechanical are a big part of our way of life. In recent years, in the field of dog training, while not replacing such things as the check cord, the horse, the strap, and a strong set of lungs and legs on the part of the trainer, mechanical devices have gained a foothold to shorten time and effort needed to “break” a dog.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0116.xml
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103
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0117.xml
advertisement
104
104
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0118.xml
advertisement
105
105
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Sporting Dog Equipment Co.
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Sporting Dog Equipment Co.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0119.xml
advertisement
105
105
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LEWIS MFG. CO.
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LEWIS MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0120.xml
advertisement
106
106
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0121.xml
advertisement
107
107
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0122.xml
advertisement
108
108
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0123.xml
advertisement
109
109
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0124.xml
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110
110
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0125.xml
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111
111
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0126.xml
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112
112,113
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ALASKA
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0127.xml
article
112
112
ALL OVER THE MAP
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WHERE TO GO
Maryland’s River Floats
North Kaibab Deer
Central Florida Bass
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P. A. Parsons
While Maryland’s big Chesapeake Bay country is famous for its waterfowl hunting, many sportsmen are unaware that the state’s rivers also hold many waterfowl. In season, the Monocacy River in Frederick County, within view of the Catoctin Mountains, has good populations of mallards, teal, and black ducks.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0128.xml
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114
114,115
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AFRICA
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0129.xml
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115
115,116
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INDIA
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0130.xml
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117
117
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SOUTH-EAST U.S.A.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0131.xml
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117
117,118
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[no value]
FLORIDA
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0132.xml
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118
118
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MID-WEST U.S.A.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0133.xml
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119
119,120
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SOUTH-WEST U.S.A.
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0134.xml
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120
120
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MT. STATES-U.S.A
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0135.xml
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120
120,121
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PACIFIC COAST
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0136.xml
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121
121
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ONTARIO
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0137.xml
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121
121
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SASK. & MANITOBA
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0138.xml
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122
122
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0139.xml
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123
123,124,125,126,127
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SPORTSMAN'S MARKET PLACE
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0140.xml
article
128
128
THE GIST OF IT
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THE GIST OF IT
a digest of the outdoor news
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HENRY MOORE
Subsidy. Seizure and illegal sale of 600 boxes of porgies, illegally caught by commercial seiners inside the twomile limit, has enriched the fish and game division by some $6,000, Capt. Joe Mathis, coastal patrol chief advises.—Nelson Benedict, Newark (N.J.) Star Ledger.
OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0141.xml
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129
129
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Advertisements
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PFLUEGER
PFLUEGER NO. 1040
PFLUEGER
PFLUEGER NO.1041
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0142.xml
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130
130
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Advertisement: Marlboro
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Marlboro
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OutdoorLife_19621201_0130_006_0143.xml