I ask this question as I shoot with George Van Riper he is from NJ and lives at the Silver Dollar now and is 100 years old. He told me he was the oldest man to reach the 27 yard line and I would like to find out for him if that is shown anywhere. He is in amazing health and has not shot in the last couple of years. I did go to PA with him for the PA state shoot about 10 years ago because he wanted to make the shoot as he shot it for 40 years and did n ot want to miss his 40th. We have so many great stories of members wanted to share this man as he is such a wonderful man. Told me growing up in the depression he delivered news papers 7 days a week for 5 cents and had to give it to his mother because they needed it to survive. He joined the army for WW II and was sent to Miami for training. He was a room mate of Clark Gable and Hank Greenberg a major league pitcher. Clark was a shooter and they got along like friends. The stories of Clark going out and coming home in a limo you know when he was home as the noise of the ladies and the bottles hitting the pavement when the door opened. Clark wanted George to go to Europe with him but George declined he wanted to learn how to work on airplanes. He got through mechanics school and was assigned a plane to service. The pilot was Lou Garoua who ended up in the NFL as Lou the Toe Garosa a kicker. George told me when he finished working on the plane and said it was ready he had to suit up and fly in the plane with the pilot I would think that was a good incentive to do quality work. I admire and respect and love this real American they don't make them like him anymore.