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Archie Griffin

Archie GriffinBorn: Aug. 21, 1954Football RB only college player to win two Heisman Trophies (1974-75); rushed for 5,177 yards in career at Ohio St. and played in four straight Rose Bowls;?

Archie Moore

Archie MooreBorn: Dec. 13, 1913Boxer world light-heavyweight champion (1952-60); pro record 199-26-8 with a record 145 KOs.Died: Dec. 9, 1998Warren MoonK - MHerman Moore

Moore, Archie

(Encyclopedia) Moore, Archie, 1913?98, American boxer, b. Benoit, Miss., as Archie Lee Wright. He claimed to have been born in 1916 in Collinsville, Ill. He first boxed professionally as a?

Archie Carr Biography

Archie CarrBiologist, conservationist, and ?father of turtle research?Born: June 16, 1909Birthplace: Mobile, Alabama Considered the world's leading authority on sea turtles, Archie Carr was?

Archie Moore 1998 Deaths

Archie MooreAge: 84 prolific light heavyweight champion who set the record for knockouts in a career and was the only boxer to fight both Rocky Marciano and Muhammad Ali; nicknamed "Old?

Archie Dovell SANDERS, Congress, NY (1857-1941)

SANDERS Archie Dovell , a Representative from New York; born in Stafford, Genesee County, N.Y., June 17, 1857; attended the common schools, Le Roy Academy and Buffalo Central High School; in 1873?

Marquis, Don

(Encyclopedia) Marquis, Don (Donald Robert Perry Marquis)mrkw?s, 1878?1937, American author, b. Walnut, Ill. In 1912 he began the humorous column The Sun Dial in the New York Sun and later?

Manning, Peyton Williams

(Encyclopedia) Manning, Peyton Williams, 1976?, American football player, b. New Orleans. Part of a National Football League quarterback dynasty (his father, Archie, led the New Orleans Saints; his?

Hildreth, Richard

(Encyclopedia) Hildreth, Richard h?ldr?th, 1807?65, American historian, b. Deerfield, Mass. From 1832 to 1838 he was the leading editorial writer for the Boston Daily Atlas. In addition to writing?