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By Ann LoLordo and Ann LoLordo,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writers Lisa Respers and Joe Mathews contributed to this article | July 31, 1995
ROUNDUP, Mont. -- From a log house in the foothills of the Bull Mountains, Rodney O. Skurdal wages war against the officials of Musselshell County.He spares no one. The sheriff, the county attorney, the judge, the county commissioners, all deemed traitors to the "country" of Montana. He summons them before a supreme court of his own creation, a tribunal of "Freemen" who obey what they view as God's laws, refuse to pay taxes, and threaten to hang treasonous public officials.Rodney Skurdal is among a small but nascent group of anti-government tax protesters confounding officials in Montana.
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By Richard Weiner and Richard Weiner,Peninsula Times Tribune | November 12, 1991
NEW ORLEANS -- Joe Montana vows to return to the San Francisco 49ers next year, unless his elbow does not totally heal from surgery.However, if he is forced into a substitute's role, Montana said before the 49ers' loss to the Saints on Sunday, he would consider finishing his career with another team.During his first lengthy interview since elbow surgery last month, Montana described the severe pains of his injury and of not having the chance to return this season.Montana said he hoped to test his throwing arm as early as January and his golf swing by entering the AT&T Crosby afterward.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 20, 1991
San Francisco There's an old saying in boxing that to beat the champion, you have to knock him out.It also may apply to San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana, who is just two victories away from becoming the first quarterback to win five Super Bowls.If the New York Giants are to deny Montana his bid for the fifth ring, they may have to score a TKO, if not a knockout, of Montana.There's no secret about the Giants' game plan in the National Football Conference title game today at Candlestick Park: They want to put a lot of pressure on Montana.
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By Pat Sullivan and Pat Sullivan,San Francisco Chronicle | December 24, 1990
SAN FRANCISCO -- What has come to be known as "Montana time" for the 49ers occurred with 2:11 to play and San Francisco trailing New Orleans by three points.Eric Davis' darting, 24-yard punt return had set up the 49ers' offense with a first down on the 50-yard line.Piece of cake, right? Not this time.There would be no Montana and no miracle 49ers' finish on one of the most bone-chilling afternoons in Candlestick Park history.That's because Montana was on the sideline in blue jeans and a red parka, where he had been all day after developing a mysterious -- or maybe not so mysterious -- injury.
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By Chicago Tribune | November 5, 1990
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Like a great orchestra on tour, the San Francisco 49ers under the direction of maestro Joe Montana put on another riveting performance yesterday.With solo touchdown receptions from John Taylor, Brent Jones and Jerry Rice, Montana passed for 411 yards and pulled the curtains on the Green Bay Packers 24-20 before an enraptured audience of 58,835 in Lambeau Field.The Packers put on a promising warmup act of their own and may someday be ready for the main show. They took a 10-0 lead and looked serious about it until unwittingly relinquishing the baton to Montana 32 seconds before intermission.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 16, 1990
San Francisco - When Joe Montana threw his memorable playoff touchdown pass to Dwight Clark in 1982 to vault the San Francisco 49ers into their first Super Bowl, Mark Rypien was still a senior in high school."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | January 9, 1994
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- After 22 years, the Kansas City Chiefs finally may have exorcised the ghost of Christmas past.The Chiefs, who had won only one playoff game since losing to the Miami Dolphins in the 1971 Christmas Day double-overtime playoff classic, beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-24, yesterday in an AFC wild-card overtime thriller before 74,515 at Arrowhead Stadium.Interestingly, 27-24 was the score by which the Dolphins beat the Chiefs in 1971.Nick Lowery won it for the Chiefs yesterday with a 32-yard field goal, atoning for a miss from 43 yards with seven seconds remaining in regulation.
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By VITO STELLINO | January 23, 1994
The NFL's conference championship games this year are featuring America's Team and America's Quarterback.The Dallas Cowboys, the self-proclaimed America's Team, are probably the most popular club in the league, and there's no doubt Joe Montana is the most popular player in the league.Is there anybody who's not a Buffalo Bills fan who isn't rooting for Montana today?At 37, Montana is a living legend. Even if he under-throws a pass, it helps the Kansas City Chiefs get a pass-interference call.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 16, 1991
TUCSON -- When he learned last Sunday that he would have to play against Nevada-Las Vegas in the opening round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament's West Regional, Kevin Kearney, Montana's star forward, spent a restless night."
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By Randy Galloway and Randy Galloway,Dallas Morning News | April 20, 1993
DALLAS -- George Seifert of the San Francisco 49ers. Known to be a nice man. Known to be intelligent. Known to be a good coach. By choice, however, he does wear a rope around his neck.In his contribution to the surfer look, Seifert attaches the rope to his eyeglasses.But when spotted on ESPN the other night, I swear that thing had become a noose. For his own welfare, I was hoping Seifert was being kept under close watch. You wouldn't want him to wander near any tree limbs.In a strange scene, and embarrassing moment, Seifert faced the TV cameras to explain why, "on second thought," Joe Montana was now his starter at quarterback.
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