Here's some neat stuff that Pete Gill wanted to share with us all. These are old newspaper clippings.
First Picture: Nevada State Journal (Reno , NV) December 19, 1965; caption: "Salinas, Calif. -Experts call this spread of antlers a new world's record. Louis Huntington, Salinas rancher, bagged the deer in Colorado last week. The horns have a 41-1/2" spread, with racks of 16 points on one side and 13 on the other.(UPI Telephoto)"
Second Picture: Elko Daily Free Press (Elko, NV) Nov. 2, 1965; caption: "Eight Successful Hunters - Eight Californians returned from eight days of hunting 'out of Tuscarora' with eight fine racks. If anything, their hunt there this year yielded better racks, although their 1964 hunt was a great success. The hunters are George Walker, Don Hachmann, Ed Cardoza, Dayton Silva, Russ Jackson, Joe Andrade, Bud Knoff, and Bill Thomas. (Free Press Photo)"
Third Picture: Lincoln County Record (Lincoln County, NV) Nov. 22, 2001; caption: "THIS VERY UNUSUAL BUCK was taken by Riannan Stever of Pioche. The horns are "non-typical" and look as if they were made of wax that had melted, presenting all kinds of angles with smooth edges and twists. She was hunting area 23 near the town of Pioche."