Fishing at the Arboretum
Spring Refuge: Superior Judge William G. Long, talking refuge from court affairs, prepared to fling his bait across a placid lake inlet bordering the University of Washington Arboretum yesterday. The jurist said he, like thousands of Seattleites, was lured outdoors by the warm spring weather. Watching were, from left, two other cat fishing fans, Carl Smith and Walter Derrick, who remarked: "The judge has enough bait to catch a bear."
(Vic Condiotty / The Seattle Times, 1955)