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October 15, 2007
51 Times Russell (Rock Bottom) Byars, 43, an engineer from Franklin, Pa., skipped a stone on the Allegheny River, a Guinness World Record.
February 10, 2003
Silent TributeFans and players from the University of New Hampshire (in home whites) and the University of Maine observe a moment of silence last Saturday for the seven astronauts who died aboard the space shuttle...
July 23, 1979
Nothing but bad luck is what U.S. pros have had when the British Open is played at Royal Lytham and St. Annes. Not one has ever won it there, but five former Open winners are among the Americans clubbing at the jinx....
February 25, 2008 | L. Jon Wertheim
41 Points by which Kentucky lost to Vanderbilt last week, the Wildcats' worst loss ever in the SEC.
January 21, 1985
SCOTT FRYSANDUSKY, OHIOScott, a senior at Perkins High School, won the boys' title during the Sixth Annual Kinney Cross Country Championship in San Diego. His course-record 14:50.0 on the 5,000-meter Balboa Park...