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SUSAN MARCHIANOHENDERSON, NEV.Marchiano, 34, won the IAAF women's World Cup marathon in Milan, Italy, and led the U.S. to second place behind the Soviet Union in the team competition. Her time of 2:30:48 was the...
December 21, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
LOYOLA-CINCINNATI 1963Ron Fimrite's glorious article in your college basketball '87-88 issue (It Was More Than Just a Game, Nov. 18) on the 1963 NCAA championship game brought a few tears and a flood of memories....
October 12, 1987
FRANK REYNOLDSSANTA ANA, CALIF.Reynolds, 55, a civil engineering consultant and a former All-America swimmer at Michigan State, became the oldest person to swim from Catalina Island to Palos Verdes, Calif. He covered...
August 01, 1983
MELVIN LENTZCRESWELL, ORE.Lentz, 24, was top logger for the third year at the World Championship Timber Carnival in Albany, Ore. He set a world record for single bucking, cutting through a log 24 inches in diameter...