PN sports and recreation

October 2005
PN;Oct2005, Vol. 59 Issue 10, p64
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This articles presents information on sports developments in the U.S., as of October 1, 2005. The RIC Cubs, the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago's wheelchair softball team, won the 19th National Wheelchair Softball Tournament (NWST), held on August 11 to 14 in Columbus, Ohio. The Cubs entered the tournament as the number three seed, not expected to win. However, they rose to the challenge, taking all the marbles and their second NWST championship. Keystone PVA, an organization from Pittsburgh, donated $1,000 to the WJC Ranch, a private hunting reserve for people with disabilities. The contribution was earmarked for accessible hunting blinds. INSET: Fish Story..


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