Roy Lee Ferrell
American musician
Roy Lee Ferrell
Roy Lee Ferrell, Jr. , born on August 26, 1941, is an American musician for the band The Righteous Brothers, which he joined in 1967. On October 28, 1964, he married Betty Kay Overman, with whom he had a son, actor Will Ferrell and from whom he divorced in 1975.
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The Races for the House
NYTimes - over 8 years
ALABAMA District 1 Jo Bonner, R* Uncontested District 2 100% -- Bobby Bright, D 143,997 50% Jay Love Jr., R 142,231 50% District 3 99% Mike D. Rogers, R* 150,595 53% Joshua Segall, D 131,014 47% District 4 99% Robert B. Aderholt, R* 195,419 75% Nicholas B. Sparks, D 65,719 25% District 5 100% Parker Griffith, D 156,529 52% Wayne Parker, R 147,190
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HORSE RACING; Odds Favor a Sprinter Who's Had an Odd Year
NYTimes - over 17 years
He is a hefty 1,200-plus pounds and is named for Artax, a flying horse in the children's book ''The Neverending Story.'' The name is pretty fitting: twice this year, he has barreled home all alone in times that have shattered track records. In May, on the day of the Preakness, a disturbed fan jumped the rail at Pimlico Race Course and inexplicably
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HORSE RACING: NOTEBOOK; Pimlico Intruder Wanted to Commit Suicide
NYTimes - almost 18 years
A man who ran in front of the horses charging down the stretch at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore on Saturday told police he was trying to commit suicide. ''I was trying to kill myself,'' Lee Ferrell said, according to a report filed by the arresting officer, Timothy Hall. Ferrell, of Bel Air, Md., is charged with first-degree assault,
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HORSE RACING; Charismatic vs. Menifee, Again
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Charismatic was standing serenely in his stall at Pimlico Race Course this morning, one victory from completing one of the most remarkable sagas in racing history. Three months after being offered as a claimer to anybody willing to risk $62,500, he has a chance to sweep the Triple Crown. And his trainer, D. Wayne Lukas, who won the Kentucky Derby
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HORSE RACING: NOTEBOOK; Spectator Interferes With Race At Pimlico
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Last year a power failure tainted Preakness Day; today it was a fan. In the stretch drive of the seventh race, the Maryland Breeders' Cup, a man made his way through Pimlico Race Course's infield and across the turf course and faced down a thundering herd of nine horses on the track. The man apparently tried to punch Artax, the 4-5 favorite, and
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