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February 25, 1991
Wesley WaldronWEST HILLS, CALIF.Wesley, 16, won two golds and a silver in fencing at the Southern California Junior Olympic Qualifier. He was first in the under-17 foil and the under-17 épée events and second in the...
April 21, 1986 | E.M. Swift
It is tempting to wax eloquent about various vernal harbingers: the budding willows along a river's shoreline, the distant drumming of a ruffed grouse, a mayfly hatch—that sort of thing. But the waters on the first...
March 17, 1986
HUGH LaBOSSIERSEATTLELaBossier, a senior at Yale, won the U.S. men's amateur hardball squash racquets championship in New York City. LaBossier defeated Kenton Jernigan, a Harvard senior and three-time winner, 15-11,...
April 09, 1984
LARRY FARRARECAMBRIDGE, MD.Farrare, 35, a 6'2" senior swingman for Maryland-Eastern Shore, is believed to be the country's oldest major-college basketball player. He had worked for eight years as a tuna company...