Published Author: Articles

Larry has written more than 250 articles in newspapers and magazines around the world.  Here is an alphabetical listing of these articles:

  • “Abnormal actin protein cell shape may contribute to malignancies,” Health & Longevity Report, Aug. 15, 1984.
  • “Add safety factor to People’s Day events,” The Forrestal Flyer, March 14, 1973.
  • “After chemotherapy: Drug combats vomiting,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “Age no limit to rewards of exercise,” Health & Longevity Report, Sept. 15, 1984.
  • “And it looks good,” Required Reading, Winter 1989.
  • “Aproprotein B may predict which siblings unknowingly suffer from heart disease,” Health & Longevity Report, Feb. 15, 1984.
  • “Arteritis—artery inflammation—cripples quickly but seldomly,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Arthritis of jaw: Painful, frequent,” Health & Longevity Report, Feb. 15, 1985.
  • “ASI annual meet an information forum,” Indexers & Indexing, May–August 1985.
  • “ASI surveys members,” press release, October 1992.
  • “Atherosclerosis: Protein inhibitor stops cell growth,” Health & Longevity Report, Jan. 15, 1985.
  • “Authors vs. professionals as indexers,” Indexers & Indexing, January–April 1985.
  • “Automatic pilot for carrier,” Navnews, A Navy News Service, May 4, 1973.
  • “The bicycle and women’s emancipation,” American Wheelmen, April 1980.
  • “Bicycle clubs from 1867 to 1887,” The Wheelmen, May 1982.
  • “Bicycle dealers of state to meet here on Sunday,” The Emporia Gazette, Sept. 22, 1981.
  • “Bike Across Kansas topic of Pedal Revolution,” ESU Bulletin, Nov. 2, 1978.
  • “Bike tour Saturday,” ESU Bulletin, April 5, 1979.
  • “Blood test may identify susceptibility to arthritis,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “Books for successful publishers,” dPublisher, June 1988, July 1988.
  • “Calendar of bicycle history,” American Wheelmen/Cyclist’s Almanac, December 1983.
  • “California okays patient decisions on life or death,” Health & Longevity Report, Oct. 15, 1984.
  • “Campus News Director aids clubs with local publicity,” The Texian, March 13, 1969.
  • “Can extension of life expectancy increase forever?,” Health & Longevity Report, Sept. 15, 1984.
  • “Careful planning in design stages can reduce maintenance costs,” Fore Front, October 1977.
  • “Carrier leaves port with machine at helm,” Navy Times, April 18, 1973.
  • “Cartoon contest deadline nears,” The White Falcon, Aug. 23, 1974.
  • “Challenges of desktop publishing at home,” dPublisher, May 1988.
  • “Challenges of indexing at home,” Indexers & Indexing, May–August 1985.
  • “Chronic lung disease a lung cancer risk,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “Classes to begin next week at Neosho River Free School,” The Emporia Gazette, Feb. 17–18, 1979.
  • “Coach cites success in gymnastics team,” The Texian, May 25, 1969.
  • “Collagen injections rid you of wrinkles, scars,” Health & Longevity Report, Aug. 15, 1984.
  • “Computer screen a sight for sore eyes,” Indexers & Indexing, May–August 1985.
  • “Computer updates world stock,” World Review of Business & Investment, March 1, 1984.
  • “Computerized joint replacement for implants,” Health & Longevity Report, Jan. 15, 1985.
  • “Conference and show offers economy thru ideas,” The Golf Superintendent, November/December 1977.
  • “Conference and show Proceedings available again,” GCSAA Newsletter, December 1977.
  • “Conservation measures on base: Get involved,” The White Falcon, Sept. 13, 1974.
  • “Constipation a reflection of consumption,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Courses to help you with indexing,” Indexers & Indexing, January–April 1985.
  • “Cumulative indexing: Knight’s view,” Indexers & Indexing, May–August 1985.
  • “Dehydration frequent cause of postexercise headaches,” Health & Longevity Report, Oct. 15, 1984.
  • “Desensitization works in sperm allergy cases,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Design for Excellence: Xerox Ventura Publisher contest,” dPublisher, April 1988.
  • “Dickinson beaten by Columbia,” The News Citizen, Sept. 23, 1967.
  • “Dickinson 44-6 winner,” The News Citizen, Oct. 21, 1967.
  • “Dickinson socked by Bulldogs,” The News Citizen, Sept. 16, 1967.
  • “Dieting’s primary motivation: Good health, long life,” Health & Longevity Report, Feb. 15, 1985.
  • “Directory help,” dPublisher, June 1988.
  • “Dissertation Abstracts,” Italian Americana, Summer 2003, pp. 230–232.
  • “Doctor, pharmacy help cut health costs,” Independence, April 15, 1984.
  • “Doing it with style,” Required Reading, Winter 1989.
  • “Don’t overlook your long-range financial planning,” Indexers & Indexing, May–August 1985.
  • “Drug side effects afflict 40% of older Americans,” Health & Longevity Report, Oct. 15, 1984.
  • “Druggists put curb on painkiller,” Health & Longevity Report, Dec. 15, 1984.
  • “Editorial: Indexers as communicators,” Indexers & Indexing, May–August 1985.
  • “87 hours of educational sessions and seminars await superintendents at conference,” The Golf Superintendent, January 1978.
  • “Eisenhower’s example uplifted as standard,” The Texian, April 10, 1969.
  • “Eleven cents goes long way,” The Forrestal Flyer, March 13, 1973.
  • “EPA appoints directors for Boston, Kansas City regions,” GCSAA Newsletter, July 1977.
  • “EPA considers canceling some pesticide registrations,” GCSAA Newsletter, July 1977.
  • “EPA issues tentative list of restrictive pesticides,” GCSAA Newsletter, May 1977.
  • “EPA tackles gasoline vapors again,” Health & Longevity Report, Sept. 15, 1984.
  • “Estrogen link to cancer still unproven but link not disproved beyond a doubt,” Health & Longevity Report, Aug. 15, 1984.
  • “Everybody loves a saint,” The White Falcon, Feb. 14, 1975.
  • “Exercise with caution after your heart attack,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Exhibit hall sold out; hotels filling rapidly as 49th conference and show date approaches,” GCSAA Newsletter, December 1977.
  • “Exposure to microwaves leads to cancer?,” Health & Longevity Report, Nov. 15, 1984.
  • “Feser Editorial Award re-instituted,” GCSAA Newsletter, June 1977.
  • “Fingerprints identify Alzheimer’s,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “Fire Prevention Week starts Sunday,” The White Falcon, Oct. 4, 1974.
  • “First in safety,” The Forrestal Flyer, Sept. 27, 1973.
  • “Five research centers funded to study Alzheimer’s disease,” Health & Longevity Report, Dec. 15, 1984.
  • “Floor exercise, rings highlighted as gymnastics team triumphs,” The Texian, Feb. 20, 1969.
  • “Fluoroscopy screens those with high heart attack risk,” Health & Longevity Report, Feb. 15, 1985.
  • “Fogarty named director of Marymount,” Kansas City Star, June 14, 1970.
  • “Forrestal first to test automated ship control,” The Dope Sheet, April 12, 1973.
  • “Forrestal not affected by general mess cuts while deployed,” The Forrestal Flyer, Jan. 21, 1972.
  • “Forrestal’s weather bureau,” FID, June 1972.
  • “Frank W. Weston: Father of American bicycling,” The Michigan Bicyclist, Spring 1982; Bicycling News Canada, Summer 1982.
  • “`Fulfilling America’s Promise’ is theme of Black History Week,” The White Falcon, Jan. 31, 1975.
  • “Gators bow in 28-0 tilt,” The News Citizen, Oct. 28, 1967.
  • “Gators steamroll Alvin by 23 to 0,” The News Citizen, Oct. 21, 1967.
  • “Gators swamp Indians, 40-0,” The News Citizen, Oct. 7, 1967.
  • “Gators upset Eagles,” The News Citizen, Sept. 30, 1967.
  • “Gators win by 14 to 6,” The News Citizen, Oct. 14, 1967.
  • “Getting the blues…and blacks…and whites,” Fore Front, July 1977.
  • “GCSAA seeking nominations for highest service award,” GCSAA Newsletter, May 1977.
  • The Golf Superintendent seeks new 2-way communication,” GCSAA Newsletter, May 1977.
  • “Good equipment maintenance insures getting job done efficiently, cheaply,” Fore Front, Summer 1977.
  • “Goss, Harper, Snyder selected to receive service awards,” GCSAA Newsletter, December 1977.
  • “Guarding your papers against fire damage,” Indexers & Indexing, May–August 1985.
  • “Guest vouchers replace Thursday Block Tickets,” GCSAA Newsletter, December 1977.
  • “Guidelines to help you stop constipation,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Gymnast squad to battle Texas A&M here Saturday,” The Texian, Feb. 13, 1969.
  • “Gymnastic squad captures second in SWAAU encounter,” The Texian, April 24, 1969.
  • “Gymnastic team bags 3 first-place honors,” The Texian, Jan. 30, 1969.
  • “Gymnastic team captures first in recent Gulf Coast region meet,” The Texian, May 1, 1969.
  • “Gymnasts end season; hold honorable record,” The Texian, April 17, 1969.
  • “Gymnasts grab third spot at Fort Worth Invitational,” The Texian, March 20, 1969.
  • “Gymnasts lose 2; break perfect record,” The Texian, March 6, 1969.
  • “Headquarters get new department, realignment,” GCSAA Newsletter, June 1977.
  • “Health foods—Just how healthy?,” Health & Longevity Report, Jan. 15, 1985.
  • “Health of nonsmokers who breathe cigarette smoke affected,” Health & Longevity Report, Nov. 15, 1984.
  • “Heartburn normal, but not everyone suffers symptoms,” Health & Longevity Report, Sept. 15, 1985.
  • “Heating suggestion wins $100 award,” The White Falcon, Oct. 18, 1974.
  • “Here’s who needs extra vitamins, according to Brody,” Health & Longevity Report, Sept. 15, 1984.
  • “High IGF-1 levels suspect in retinopathy,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Home eye test for early warning detection,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “House studies proposal to raise minimum wage,” GCSAA Newsletter, July 1977.
  • “How to create a professional index for your technical manual,” in The Write Track for the ’90s, seminar proceedings of the STC Lone Star Chapter Fourth Annual Winter Seminar, January 1990.
  • “How to slash your medical bills without harming your health,” Health & Longevity Report, March 15, 1984.
  • “How you can alleviate the problems linked to cystitis,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Hyphens, hyphenations, and hyphenating,” dPublisher, June 1988.
  • “Icelandic Symphony schedules 3 concerts,” The White Falcon, Sept. 27, 1974.
  • “Icon News, style checkers, new Ventura user group,” dPublisher, June 1988.
  • “In the beginning was the velocipede,” The Michigan Bicyclist, Winter 1982.
  • “Inactive men, women: Physical consequences,” Health & Longevity Report, Dec. 15, 1984.
  • “Index Tools Professional makes indexing less of a chore,” A to Z: The Newsletter of the STC’s Indexing SIG, May 2001, pp. 3–6.
  • “Indexing: Learned skill,” Indexers & Indexing, January–April 1985.
  • “Indexing technical documents,” in 1993 Proceedings, 40th Annual Conference, Society for Technical Communication.
  • “Insurance companies offer reduced rates to healthy people,” Health & Longevity Report, Feb. 15, 1985.
  • “Interruptions: There is an art to avoiding them,” Fore Front, July 1977.
  • “Isolated T-cell gene key to manipulating human immune system,” Health & Longevity Report, Dec. 15, 1984.
  • “Iron overload strikes 3 in 1,000; can damage in numerous ways,” Health & Longevity Report, Aug. 15, 1984.
  • “Jack London: Writer-rider,” Bicycling News Canada, Midsummer, 1981.
  • “Journal Surveys,” Journal of Sport History, Spring 1998, pp. 210–212; Spring 2000, pp. 187–193; Summer 2000, pp. 359–362; Fall 2001, pp. 523–525; Spring 2002, pp. 197–200.
  • “Kansas bicycling: A rich heritage,” Neosho River Free School Catalog, Summer 1980.
  • “Keeping abreast of politics—A must for superintendents,” Fore Front, May 1977.
  • “Krakauer named Hannay campaign finance chairman,” Kansas City Star, June 12, 1970.
  • “Last day to see Arabian horses,” Kansas City Star, June 14, 1970.
  • “Latest workout: Tone up at your terminal with 19 computercizes,” Health & Longevity Report, Sept. 15, 1984.
  • “Leonardo da Vinci and his bicycle,” The Wheelmen, May 1981.
  • “Let the experts tell you how to treat cystitis,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Long-awaited GCSAA pension plan approved,” GCSAA Newsletter, December 1977.
  • “Lose weight to improve sex life,” Health & Longevity Report, Oct. 15, 1984.
  • “Lower rates prompt change to new life insurance carrier,” GCSAA Newsletter, December 1977.
  • “Lower your salt intake,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Make calcium connection; avoid major health problems,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “Making tracks,” dPublisher, July 1988.
  • “Managing, leadership: A measuring stick,” Fore Front, October 1977.
  • “Many faces of publicity,” Key Words, November/December 1993.
  • “Many faces of publicity,” in Marketing Your Indexing Services, ASI, 1994; 2nd edition, 1998.
  • “Marijuana: It’s origins and early history,” FID, June 1972.
  • “Marines hold semiannual field meet,” The White Falcon, Sept. 13, 1974.
  • “Marketing yourself,” Required Reading, Winter 1989.
  • “Minority Affairs represented by avid, competent chief,” FID, March 1972.
  • “Modern Navy built on solid foundation,” The Forrestal Flyer, Oct. 11, 1973.
  • “NEC LC-890 dots: Out, damned spot! Out, I say!,” dPublisher, July 1988, pg. 1.
  • “Need help with indexing?,” advertisement, American Society of Indexers, October 1992.
  • “New bus stops springing up around base,” The White Falcon, Oct. 11, 1974.
  • “NFAIS publications, guides for indexers,” Indexers & Indexing, May–August 1985.
  • “1970 voters’ guide,” Kansas City Star, July 19, 1970.
  • “1977 Citation of Performance Awards,” The Golf Superintendent, November/December 1977.
  • “1990 topical index,” Ventura Professional!, December 1990.
  • “1991 topical index,” Ventura Professional!, December 1991.
  • “Number of hepatitis B victims up 68%,” Health & Longevity Report, Feb. 15, 1985.
  • “Of ball bearings, cyclometers, tangent spokes, suspension wheels, bells, chains, and freewheels,” The Wheelmen Newsletter, January 1981.
  • “Of bells and balls, and chains and wheels, and tangent spokes and things,” Bicycling News Canada, Spring 1982.
  • “Office perils include air, stress, VDTs,” Health & Longevity Report, Nov. 15, 1984.
  • “Old-fashioned picnic for Forrestal family,” The Forrestal Flyer, Sept. 27, 1973.
  • “Omega-3 fatty acids: Eating fish for a healthier you!,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “On producing the mimeograph newsletter,” Fore Front, July 1977.
  • “One day left for Forrestal Art Contest entries,” The Forrestal Flyer, March 14, 1973.
  • “Operation EDITH: Over but not forgotten,” The White Falcon, Aug. 30, 1974.
  • “Organizational Study Committee reviews The Golf Superintendent,” GCSAA Newsletter, November 1977.
  • “Pageantry in Hangar Bay I,” The Forrestal Flyer, Nov. 16, 1973.
  • “Pargyline blocks Parkinsonism symptoms,” Health & Longevity Report, Dec. 15, 1984.
  • “Pedal Revolution seeks to solve cycling hazards,” ESU Bulletin, Aug. 31, 1978.
  • “People’s Day on the Forrestal,” All Hands, November 1973.
  • “Perfume dermatitis,” Health & Longevity Report, Feb. 15, 1985.
  • “Personal Services Center: One-stop source of information,” FID, April 1972.
  • “Plan ahead to keep people satisfied with jobs,” Fore Front, July 1977.
  • “Planning the mimeograph newsletter,” Fore Front, October 1977.
  • “Polish study supports microwave-cancer link,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “Polysorbate stimulates hair regrowth; available now,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “The Printer’s craft,” Required Reading, Winter 1989.
  • “Prostate disorders start hitting men at age 35,” Health & Longevity Report, Oct. 15, 1984.
  • “Prostate tissue grown in cell culture,” Health & Longevity Report, Feb. 15, 1985.
  • “Protestant Women of the Chapel schedule full slate of activities,” The White Falcon, Sept. 6, 1974.
  • “Public relations and the editor,” Fore Front, August 1977.
  • “Race relations on an aircraft carrier,” All Hands, November 1973.
  • “Raven gymnasts defeat Bearcats; prepare for Texas championships,” The Texian, March 27, 1969.
  • “Ravenettes capture Texas gymnastic crown,” The Texian, April 10, 1969.
  • “Read to learn,” dPublisher, November 1988, pg. 2.
  • “Read this: Or, what’s a headline for?,” dPublisher, April 1988.
  • “Recent advances in diabetes research,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Recession effects with us 10 more years,” Health & Longevity Report, Aug. 15, 1984.
  • “Resolve the #1 Problem With Technical Documents: Create an Effective Index!,” Society for Technical Communication 1998 Region 5 Conference: Keeping Up With Technology Proceedings, February 1998, pp. 28–29.
  • “Retired CGCS status deleted from certification policy,” GCSAA Newsletter, May 1977.
  • “A royal game: A history of golf,” FID, April 1972.
  • “San Antonio conference and show brings the turf world up-to-date,” GCSAA Newsletter, November 1977.
  • “San Antonio golf courses offer beauty, variety,” The Golf Superintendent, January 1978.
  • “Search of MEDLARS database yields medical literature bibliographic citations,” Health & Longevity Report, Nov. 15, 1983.
  • “Seat belt law saves lives in New York,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “Second opinion recommended for nonemergency surgeries,” Health & Longevity Report, Sept. 15, 1984.
  • “Selected magazines rated for nutrition reliability,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Self-publishing,” Required Reading, Winter 1989.
  • “Setting up and using templates for newsletters,” dPublisher, May 1988.
  • “7 terminal exercises,” Health & Longevity Report, Sept. 15, 1984.
  • “Short on height, increase in longevity,” Health & Longevity Report, Oct. 15, 1984.
  • “Six ways to kill your desktop publishing business,” dPublisher, June 1988.
  • “Small arms firing dates set,” The White Falcon, Sept. 20, 1974.
  • “Smokeless studies reveal danger,” Health & Longevity Report, Oct. 15, 1984.
  • “Smoking, blood pressure important in heart disease,” Health & Longevity Report, Jan. 15, 1985.
  • “Sodium in salt linked to stroke mortality, hypertension, stomach ulcers,” Health & Longevity Report, Jan. 15, 1984.
  • “Sodium substitute,” Health & Longevity Report, Feb. 15, 1985.
  • “Software awareness,” Required Reading, Winter 1989.
  • “Software users’ bill of rights,” Indexers & Indexing, May–August 1985.
  • “Soviets: Aging controllable, prolongable,” Health & Longevity Report, Sept. 15, 1984.
  • “Sports we play focus on fitness,” Health & Longevity Report, Dec. 15, 1984.
  • “Starting a PIP Chapter,” POINTers: The Journal of Italian Genealogy, Spring 2001, pg. 37.
  • “Stress and unemployment,” Health & Longevity Report, Feb. 15, 1985.
  • “Suggested winter reading: Books about bicycles available here,” The Emporia Gazette, Jan. 22, 1979.
  • “Sunday: 4-wheel-drive rally scheduled,” The White Falcon, Aug. 30, 1974.
  • “Technical documentation,” Required Reading, Winter 1989.
  • “10 common design pitfalls,” dPublisher, July 1988.
  • “Texas A&M falls to College gymnasts; Shelton all-round leading scorer,” The Texian, Feb. 27, 1969.
  • “Text removal,” dPublisher, May 1988.
  • “There’s an art to handling the press,” Fore Front, October 1977.
  • “Thirst sensation weakens with age,” Health & Longevity Report, Nov. 15, 1984.
  • “$3 million BOQ construction underway; BEQ, government housing funds granted,” The White Falcon, Jan. 17, 1975.
  • “3 states to hold primary elections soon,” The White Falcon, Aug. 30, 1974.
  • “Thumb pain common in women pass middle age, some remedies,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “Thymosin not available; still very experimental,” Health & Longevity Report, May 15, 1984.
  • “Thymosin opening new vistas in search for quality aging,” Health & Longevity Report, March 15, 1984.
  • “Tidewater offers area personnel wide range of activities,” The Forrestal Flyer, July 26, 1973.
  • “Toxicity data scarce for most chemicals,” Health & Longevity Report, Aug. 15, 1984.
  • “Tracksters place fourth in relays,” The Texian, March 13, 1969.
  • “Training assistants demands skill,” Fore Front, October 1977.
  • “Turfgrass management courses suggested by Executive Committee,” GCSAA Newsletter, December 1977.
  • “2 Finnish artists to exhibit works,” The White Falcon, Aug. 23, 1974.
  • “Typesetting and typography,” Required Reading, Winter 1989.
  • “Typographic controls: putting a reign on loose lines,” dPublisher, July 1988.
  • “Ulcer recurrence linked to smoking,” Health & Longevity Report, Oct. 15, 1984.
  • “University of Maryland announces courses for Term III,” The White Falcon, Oct. 4, 1974.
  • “USS Forrestal’s post office has much to offer,” FID, March 1972.
  • “W.R. Irwin and his bicycle trophy,” Neosho River Free School Catalog, Spring 1979, pg. 4–5.
  • “Warehouse of medical knowledge: National Library of Medicine,” Health & Longevity Report, Nov. 15, 1983.
  • “Weapons vs. disease: Healing powers of lasers,” Health & Longevity Report, June 15, 1985.
  • “What harm low-level radiation?,” Health & Longevity Report, July 15, 1984.
  • “Whatever game you play, be sure to protect your eyes,” Health & Longevity Report, Aug. 15, 1984.
  • “When outlining your running regime, make benefits equal risks,” Health & Longevity Report, Aug. 15, 1984.
  • “Where do you stand on amnesty?—Part I,” The Forrestal Flyer, May 20, 1973.
  • “Where do you stand on amnesty?—Part II,” The Forrestal Flyer, May 21, 1973.
  • The White Falcon changing to better serve base readers,” The White Falcon, Jan. 10, 1975.
  • “Who should be the desktop publisher?” dPublisher, March 1988.
  • “Working with words,” Required Reading, Winter 1989.
  • “You can have your dialysis done at home,” Health & Longevity Report, Aug. 15, 1984.
  • “You can prevent back problems, increase efficiency,” Independence, May 15, 1984.
  • “Your vote: It’s important,” The Diplomat, Oct. 30, 1972.

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