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Mr. Bradlee had created the position in 1970, making The Post the first major ... Its most famous writer was Shirley Povich, a sports columnist.
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The event was founded in part by John Vallely, who won national championships under John Wooden in 1969 and 1970. Vallely is a two-time stem...
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... is named after Roxy's late father, J. Roscoe Miller, president of Northwestern University from 1949 until 1970. Pepper spoke about many things...
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Mr. Bradlee had created the position in 1970, making The Post the first major ... Its most famous writer was Shirley Povich, a sports columnist.
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... the 18-story office tower following soon after in 1970 and the second ... Key tenants of the Pruneyard include Marshall's, Sports Basement, ...
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The people in this second wave, arriving roughly since 1970, are more ... bring new role models, new foods and traditions, new sports, a tremendous
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... have a 16-game winning streak at home against AFC North foes, matching the 3rd-longest such streak since 1970. 9. (11) Arizona (5-1): Chandler...
Houston Chronicle · 6 hours ago
... the NCAA College-Division Coach of the Year in 1969 and District Eight Coach of the Year in both 1970 and 1971. Under Cullum’s coaching, the...
Big East · 6 hours ago
Academy in Culver, IN with honors in leadership, sports and art, and he ... was a member of the ‘Little 500’ cycling team in 1970, that won the
Wenatchee World · 12 hours ago
He married Diane L. Blisard June 6, 1970. Survivors include his wife ... Bill enjoyed gardening, vacationing, watching sports and was a fan of The
Advertiser-Tribune · 17 hours ago
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