Best, Roy

Best, Roy

(1900–54) prison warden; birthplace unknown. He was for 20 years the so-called "iron boss" of the Colorado state penitentiary in Canon City (1932–52). There he won a national reputation by instituting an innovative dietary and work regimen that included the liberal use of physical punishment. Acquitted in 1951 and 1952 on charges of embezzlement and flogging prisoners, he died shortly before the end of a 2-year suspension for mismanagement.
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Yet when it comes to copying from the best, Roy knows the Sri Lankan great's knack of cashing in when set is second to none.
Yet when it comes to copying from the best, Roy knows the Sri Lanka great's knack of cashing in when set is second to none.
Speaking of quality managers, 'Armie' played for two of the best, Roy Coyle (Glentoran) and Marty Quinn (Coleraine).
So what if Chris Eubank wasn't at his best, Roy Jones Jr.
Though his timing was never at its best, Roy battled through to a run-a-ball halfcentury.
WITH the exception of George Best, Roy Keane was arguably the greatest soccer player this island has ever produced.