Sport: Pitcher's Tuna

In the cosy little port of Shelburne, Nova Scotia, people know lanky young Alfred Kenney not only as the village photographer but as the star pitcher of Shelburne's baseball team. Lately he pitched a no-hit, no-run game against Lockeport. Last week Alfred Kenney gained greater kudos. All summer he had been hearing about the sport—only a few years old in Nova Scotia—of catching giant bluefin tuna ("horse mackerel" to old salts) on rod & reel. Up the coast at Liverpool a Cuban team had just won this year's international tuna matches from a U....

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