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July 22, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
By the time John E. McNally retired from the New York Police Department in 1971, he had 16 years under his belt and quite a name for himself: It was McNally who collared Jack (Murph the Surf) Murphy, a jewel thief who made off with the Star of India sapphire from New York's Museum of Natural History.
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April 18, 2004 | Mark Rozzo
The Book of Ralph A Fiction John McNally Free Press: 304 pp., $24 Wading into "The Book of Ralph," John McNally's good-natured comic novel, is like entering a Sears catalog from the fall of 1978.
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SPORTS
May 16, 1992 | LARRY HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A week ago, Capt. John McNally of the U.S. Army was in Barcelona, testing the new Olympic pistol range. He may be making a return trip this summer. McNally is a favorite to win one of two Olympic berths on the U.S. shooting team's roster in rapid-fire pistol. The second trials match starts today in Chino, with McNally nine points ahead of Roger Mar of Colorado Springs, Colo. The top eight shooters from the U.S. national team were invited to compete for the two positions.
NEWS
July 22, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
By the time John E. McNally retired from the New York Police Department in 1971, he had 16 years under his belt and quite a name for himself: It was McNally who collared Jack (Murph the Surf) Murphy, a jewel thief who made off with the Star of India sapphire from New York's Museum of Natural History.
SPORTS
June 25, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
John McNally of Columbus, Ga., won the gold medal Sunday in the men's rapid fire pistol event at the U.S. International Shooting Championships at Petersen's Prado Tiro Ranges in Chino. McNally, a 1988 Olympian, held on to first place throughout the National Rifle Assn.'s two-day event, finishing with a score of 1,453. Roger Mar of Seattle and Eduardo Suarez of Ft. Benning, Ga., remained in second and third, respectively, with final scores of 1,448 and 1,443.
SPORTS
June 29, 1990
John McNally, a 1988 Olympian, won the men's standard pistol title Thursday at the 30th U.S. International Shooting Championships in Chino. McNally of Columbus, Ga., had 1146 points, with Terry Anderson of Dallas and Jerry Wilder of Remington, Ind., tied for second at 144. Wilder did not report for the tiebreaking shootoff, so Anderson took second by default. Bob Foth of Colorado Springs, Colo., another 1988 Olympian, won the men's air rifle with a score of 1284.9. Mike Anti of Columbus, Ga.
BOOKS
April 18, 2004 | Mark Rozzo
The Book of Ralph A Fiction John McNally Free Press: 304 pp., $24 Wading into "The Book of Ralph," John McNally's good-natured comic novel, is like entering a Sears catalog from the fall of 1978.
SPORTS
May 18, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
In rapid-fire pistol, U.S. Army Capt. John McNally of Columbus, Ga., earned his third consecutive Olympic berth with 3,506 points. Also qualifying was Roger Mar of Seattle with 3,492 points.
SPORTS
June 24, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Two-time Olympian John McNally won his seventh national rapid-fire pistol title, shooting a match-record 1,461 points at the U.S. Shooting Championships at Chino.
NEWS
December 28, 1985 | United Press International
An annoyed drinker at a lounge thwarted a robbery attempt by knocking out the would-be thief with a bar stool, police said Friday. John McNally, 64, of Island Falls, Me., was jailed pending arraignment on armed robbery charges, police said. McNally pretended that he had a gun and demanded cash at the Veterans of Foreign Wars lounge Thursday, police said. But, when he turned to leave with the loot, the customer hit him with a bar stool.
SPORTS
May 16, 1992 | LARRY HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A week ago, Capt. John McNally of the U.S. Army was in Barcelona, testing the new Olympic pistol range. He may be making a return trip this summer. McNally is a favorite to win one of two Olympic berths on the U.S. shooting team's roster in rapid-fire pistol. The second trials match starts today in Chino, with McNally nine points ahead of Roger Mar of Colorado Springs, Colo. The top eight shooters from the U.S. national team were invited to compete for the two positions.
SPORTS
June 29, 1990
John McNally, a 1988 Olympian, won the men's standard pistol title Thursday at the 30th U.S. International Shooting Championships in Chino. McNally of Columbus, Ga., had 1146 points, with Terry Anderson of Dallas and Jerry Wilder of Remington, Ind., tied for second at 144. Wilder did not report for the tiebreaking shootoff, so Anderson took second by default. Bob Foth of Colorado Springs, Colo., another 1988 Olympian, won the men's air rifle with a score of 1284.9. Mike Anti of Columbus, Ga.
SPORTS
June 25, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
John McNally of Columbus, Ga., won the gold medal Sunday in the men's rapid fire pistol event at the U.S. International Shooting Championships at Petersen's Prado Tiro Ranges in Chino. McNally, a 1988 Olympian, held on to first place throughout the National Rifle Assn.'s two-day event, finishing with a score of 1,453. Roger Mar of Seattle and Eduardo Suarez of Ft. Benning, Ga., remained in second and third, respectively, with final scores of 1,448 and 1,443.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 2, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Chris Curtis, 63, drummer with the British "Merseybeat" pop band the Searchers during the height of its popularity in the 1960s, was found dead Monday in his Liverpool home. He had been ill for some time, but the cause of death was not given. Curtis, who was born Christopher Crummey, and bandmates Mike Pender, Tony Jackson and John McNally first came together to back Liverpool singer Johnny Sandon.
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