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ISSUE DATE: APRIL, 1965; Vol. LV, No. 4
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COVER: Spring is in the air, and baseball bats, balls and gloves are back in action. To greet thenew horsehide season, BL has drawn on the talents of artist Austin Briggs to illustrate our coverand the fine story, Opening Day, on page 19, by big-league pitcher JIM BROSNAN.
THIS MONTH'S HIGHLIGHTS:
. . . Whenever a ball game is rained out, don't moan-just flip to page 26 for George Woods's Booksto Reach For, then get one and settle into your favorite reading chair . . .
Or, if you're not in the mood for "booking," grilling a steak or baking a cake is a tasty way to passan afternoon. As author-photographer Bob Grant shows in Apprentice Chef, page 16, pots and panscan be fun. And if you'd like to roll in dough, this career article deserves your closest attention . ..
April also introduces the first of BL's Adventures in Scouting series, which will send our editors,photog- raphers and writers to the most exciting and interesting parts of our great nation. To startthe series rolling Editor Bob Hood headed for the Allagash River country of Maine, and his report onthat wonderful wilderness area starts on page 24 . . .
100 years ago this April an important entry was being writ- ten into American history as our nationmarched along The Path to Peace. It was 1865, and the Civil War was ending. To learn whathappened in the last days of that conflict, turn to page 13 . . .
Always in season are fantasy and adventure, and you'll find plenty in the conclusion of The TimeMachine Gets Stuck, as author Donald Keith springs a few surprises on you and the crew of hisfabulous machine . . .
By the way, have you noticed a Tenderfoot badge in the left-hand column of this page? It's aremind- er that this year we launch the Breakthrough for Youth awards. For your unit to earn oneyour boys must meet 75 percent of your year's goals, reregister on time with more boys than lastyear and come up with a quality program . . .
OPENING DAY . . . James (Jim) Brosnan. Illustrated by Austin Briggs.
THE TIME MACHINE GETS STUCK (Conclusion) . . . Donald Keith. Illustrated by Arthur Shilstone.
THE PATH TO PEACE . . . James H. Winchester. America's four bloodiest years come to anend in Jim Winchester's The Path to Peace. Illustrated by Fletcher Martin.
APPRENTICE CHEF . . . Bob Grant.
THE ALLAGASH . . . Bob Hood.
BOOKS TO REACH FOR . . . George A. Woods.
CAMPFIRE TALES FROM PHILMONT SCOUT RANCH.
THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE.
MAP YOUR HOMETOWN.
THE BIBLE: MOSES LEADS HIS PEOPLE OUT OF EGYPT.
THE TRACY TWINS.
SCOUTS IN ACTION.
PEE WEE HARRIS.
TOUGHEN UP: BUILD CROSS-COUNTRY MUSCLES . . .Frank Giles.
PARRAKEET CARE AND TRAINING . . . Billie Spencer.
BABY-SITTING IS A YOUNG MAN'S JOB . . . Sandra Johnson.
FIVE WAYS TO WEATHERPROOF MAPS . . . G. J. Gray.
FOR YOUR BIKE-A TOOL BAG . . . Ted Collins.
KNOW YOUR HOMETOWN . . . Dave Epstein.
LACING INSTRUCTIONS FOR LEATHERCRAFT PROJECTS . . . Jerry Wolke.
WESTERN STOW BOX . . . Ben Knight Frost.
POPCORN MOSAIC . . . Elma Waltner.
BASS PLUGS . . . Ben Hunt.
A SIGNAL BLINKER LANTERN . . . Glenn Wagner.
HOW TO MAKE A CANDLE BOARD . . . Harold Jackson.
REGULAR FEATURESTHE HITCHIN' RACK.
A FEW WORDS FROM THE CHIEF . . . Joseph A. Brunton, Jr.
GREEN BAR BILL SAYS: COOK SIMPLY-EAT WELL.
GIFTS AND GIMMICKS.
STAMPS AND COINS . . . W. Arthur McKinney.
THINK AND GRIN.
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