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HEAVY DEATH TOLL OF MAJOR FIGURES; Collins, Riddle, Poe, Travers, Robertson Among Sports' Greats Bowing Out in '51 Travers' Death Mourned Former Dodgers on List Flores Victim of Ring Injury

1951-12-23T05:00:00+0000

Sports notables of the past and present passed on in large numbers in 1951. The toll was heavy in virtually every major sport.


Hockey Players’ Deaths Pose a Tragic Riddle

2011-09-02T01:07:13+0000

Three N.H.L. players have been found dead since May, stirring debate over the role of fighting in hockey.


HEAVY DEATH TOLL OF MAJOR FIGURES; Collins, Riddle, Poe, Travers, Robertson Among Sports' Greats Bowing Out in '51 Travers' Death Mourned Former Dodgers on List Flores Victim of Ring Injury

1951-12-23T05:00:00+0000

Sports notables of the past and present passed on in large numbers in 1951. The toll was heavy in virtually every major sport.


Hockey Players’ Deaths Pose a Tragic Riddle

2011-09-02T01:07:13+0000

Three N.H.L. players have been found dead since May, stirring debate over the role of fighting in hockey.


Hockey Players’ Deaths Pose a Tragic Riddle

2011-09-02T01:07:13+0000

Three N.H.L. players have been found dead since May, stirring debate over the role of fighting in hockey.


Motive in Hunting Deaths Is a Riddle

2004-11-23T05:00:00+0000

Shooting of eight hunters in northwest Wisonsin, resulting in deaths of six, leaves region dumbfounded; Sheriff James Meier of Sawyer County says that a couple of hunters had discovered Chai Soua Vang, Hmong immigrant from Laos, in their private hunting platform and asked him to leave; say he did so, but then turned around and started shooting; he then shot at other members of deer-hunting party; family deer hunts at end of November are deeply rooted tradition in North Woods of Wisconsin and Min ...


Paid Notice: Deaths RIDDLE, THE VERY REVEREND STURGIS L.

2003-12-11T05:00:00+0000

RIDDLE--The Very Reverend Sturgis L., Dean Emeritus of The American Cathedral in Paris, France. Age 94, died December 9, 2003. Beloved husband of Elisabeth S. Riddle. Funeral Friday, December 12, 10:30AM, St. Thomas Fifth Avenue Episcopal Church, at 53 St. Memorial service to be announced at a later date.


Paid Notice: Deaths RIDDLE, ALMA R.

2000-01-23T05:00:00+0000

RIDDLE-Alma R. On January 19, 2000. Daughter of the late James O. Riddle and Adeline Swingle Riddle. Survived by one sister Sara Riddle Lowery of Chattanooga, TN. Graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and the Fashion Institute of Technology of NYC. A resident of Manhattan since 1956, she was employed in the fashion industry as a designer and pattern maker for 35 years. Memorial service Sunday, 2 PM at ''The Riverside'' 76 Street and Amsterdam Avenue and at a later date in Chatta ...


Paid Notice: Deaths RIDDLE, DONALD H.

1999-10-15T05:00:00+0000

RIDDLE-Donald H. The faculty, students, staff and alumni mourn with his daughter, Susan, the death of Donald H. Riddle, who was the second president of John Jay College of Criminal Justice from 1968 to 1975. It was his vision to join the liberal arts with the theory and practice of criminal justice that launched John Jay College in its unique mission. He was a patient and constant mentor to us all. Gerald W. Lynch, President John Jay College of Criminal Justice


Friends of an Enigmatic Artist See a Riddle in His Death

1995-02-12T05:00:00+0000

If Ray Johnson lived an enigmatic life, his death has proved to be the ultimate riddle. In the weeks since the police fished his body out of an icy cove by this old fishing village, anguished friends and admirers of the eccentric artist -- a man largely unknown to the general public but considered a genius by many in the art world -- have been racking their brains, rereading his correspondence, even retracing his last steps as they try to uncover what many of them believe must be the hidden ...



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