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October 01, 1990 | Donald J. Barr
As Curtis Strange Bent over a tricky 25-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole at last November's Skins Game in La Quinta, Calif., 40 boys in Richmond watched so intently that they were virtually scraping their noses on...
September 28, 1987
HARRY DRAKEOGDEN, UTAHDrake, 72, a bow designer for the Browning manufacturing company, set a world crossbow record by shooting a titanium arrow 2,006 yards, 1 foot, 9 inches. He shattered his own 20-year-old mark by...
January 19, 1987 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Todd May, formerly of Kentucky and Wake Forest, is now at tiny Pikeville (Ky.) College, averaging 44.5 points and 15.0 rebounds. Richmond's PETER WOOLFOLK, no piker he, grabbed 20 rebounds to go with his 26 points...
September 04, 1985 | N. Brooks Clark
In 1983 Montana State finished 1-10 with an offense that scored nine touchdowns. In 1984 the Bobcats ducked into a phone booth and emerged to win the Division I-AA championship with a 12-2 record. The principal...
October 17, 1983 | N. Brooks Clark
OFFENSE: Tailback Paul Lewis, a 5'8", 190-pound junior, rushed for 223 yards and scored three TDs—the last on a 17-yard run with 1:18 to play—to lead Boston University to a 26-19 win over Richmond.