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Vickers was 15 at that time. She next went to Warner Bros. WRSR Its transmitter is located east of Owosso, while its studios are located in Flint Township. However, as listeners travel east of Lapeer the signal tends to weaken. The signal can be heard as far south as Auburn Hills and as far west as Carson City. During certain atmospheric conditions there is often interference by CHOK It served as a simulcast of the full-servi.
April made her first appearance in the Mirage comic series in as a computer programmer. She was later portrayed as a strong-willed news reporter in the Turtles' first animated series, as a warrior in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures comic produced by Archie Comics, and various other personas in different TMNT media.
In the animated series, April is voiced by Mae Whitman. Damon also played for the Thailand national baseball team and was a member of the squad for the World Baseball Classic qualifiers. Damon spent much of his infancy as an "army brat", moving to several bases from Okinawa, Japan, to West Germany before his father left the army and settled the family in the Orlando area while Damon wa. Henry Jamison "Jam" Handy March 6, — November 13, was an American Olympic breaststroke swimmer, water polo player, and leader in the field of commercial audio and visual communications.
Handy was noted for the number of training films that he produced over the years. Athletic activities As a swimmer, Handy introduced a number of new swimming strokes to Americans, such as the Australian crawl. He would often wake up early and devise new strokes to give him an edge over other swimmers. Swimming led to him getting a bronze in the Olympics at St. Louis, Missouri. He broke the record of longest period of time between first and last competition. The team won the bronze at that Olympics. During that time he was working as a campus correspondent for t. The Facts of Life is an American sitcom and a spin-off of Diff'rent Strokes that originally aired on NBC from August 24, , to May 7, , making it one of the longest-running sitcoms of the s.
The series focuses on Edna Garrett Charlotte Rae as she becomes a housemother and from the second season onward, a dietitian as well at the fictional Eastland School, an all-female boarding school in Peekskill, New York. The pilot for the show was originally aired as the last episode of the first season of Diff'rent Strokes and was called "The Girls' School a.
Garrett's Girls. Scream Queens is an American comedy horror television series that aired on Fox from September 22, , to December 20, The first season takes place at the fictional Wallace University, and was filmed in New Orleans, Louisiana. The first season follows a sorority, Kappa Kappa Tau, which becomes plagued by a serial killer, who uses the university's Red Devil mascot as a disguise. Instead of a university, the secon. Murder, She Wrote is an American television mystery series starring Angela Lansbury as mystery writer and amateur detective Jessica Fletcher.
It is one of the most successful and longest-running television shows in history, with close to 23 million viewers in its prime, and was a staple of the CBS Sunday night lineup for a decade. Animation of the migration of spermatozoa from their origin as germ cells to their exit from the vas deferens. Blood vessels; B. Head of epididymis; C. Efferent ductules; D. Seminiferous tubules; E. Parietal lamina of tunica vaginalis; F. Visceral lamina of tunica vaginalis; G.
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It is homologous to the female ovary. The functions of the testes are to produce both sperm and androgens, primarily testosterone. Testosterone release is controlled by the anterior pituitary luteinizing hormone; whereas sperm production is controlled both by the anterior pituitary follicle-stimulating hormone and gonadal testosterone.
Structure Appearance Male gonad testes, left and female gonad ovaries, right Males have two testicles of similar size contained within the. Set in Hawaii, the show originally aired for 12 seasons from to , and continues in reruns. At the airing of its last episode it was the longest-running police drama in American television history. Jack Lord portrayed Detective Captain Steve McGarrett, the head of a special state police task force which was based on an actual unit that existed under martial law in the s.
Many episodes would end with McGarrett instructing his subordinate to "Book 'em, Danno! The program continues to be broadcast in syndication worldwide. The film focuses on a scientist portrayed by Clarke who is exposed to a radioactive isotope and soon finds out that it comes with horrifying consequences. The film was inspired by the financial success of The Astounding She-Monster in which Clarke had starred. The film's crew was made up of University of Southern California film students, and the film's cast were either unknowns or Clarke's family and friends. The film was shot during 12 consecutive weekends and was shot by three different cinematographers.
The film received mostly nega. William Hunt Gross born April 13, is an American investor, fund manager, and philanthropist. Duke Scholar, and with a degree in psychology.
Lebanon, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Schools This district's only high school is Mt. Lebanon High School. The middle schools are Andrew W. Budget The district is funded by a combination of local earned income tax, local real property tax, real estate transfer tax, and per capita tax, coupled with substantial funding from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the federal government. Lebanon High School 6th out of the public high schools in the Commonwealth o. Jacksonville State University is located here, which is a center of commerce and one of the largest employers in the area.
First called Drayton, the town was renamed to honor President Andrew Jackson in There are a couple Civil War monuments in town, including a statue of Major John Pelham in the city cemetery and a statue of a Confederate soldier in the middle of the square. Jacksonville served as the county seat for Calhoun County until the 20th century when it moved to Anniston.
Jacksonville State University was founded here in Testicular torsion occurs when the spermatic cord from which the testicle is suspended twists, cutting off the blood supply to the testicle. Western Arms commonly shortened to "WA" is an airsoft gun manufacturer. They primarily manufacture and variants, though they do make several Beretta 92 types and have made other types of pistols. Recently, they have added three types of GBB M4 carbine rifles to their lineup of gas powered replicas.
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Basketball is a sport contested at the Summer Olympic Games. A men's basketball tournament was first held at the Olympics as a demonstration; it has been held at every Summer Olympics since In the Olympics, the final game between the United States and the Soviet Union was a controversial one, as the game was ended and replayed twice by a FIBA International Basketball Federation official without the authority to do so, before the Soviet Union won their first gold medal, which would have been won by the United States if the game was not started against the rules.
The U. As a result, the United States refused to accept the silver medal, and no player has ever claimed his medal. Pieces of Dreams is a drama film, produced in the United States. He wishes to change parishes, but is denied the transfer time after time.
The story starts with him arriving at the local hospital after being informed that one of his charges is dying after trying to steal a car. Together they decide to find out more about the deceased teen. The pair checks up on Estella Rios Kathy Baca , the boy's pregnant, underage girlfriend. They don't agree on what should be done about her and later Father Lind finds out from Mrs. The Straight Down Fall Classic is a professional golf team tournament. It pairs a professional with an amateur who play as a team over two days.
The format is 36 holes pro-am, four-ball stroke play at scratch. The event began in The Fall Classic will be played Dec. It was formed in by Walter B. Pitkin, Jr. It has since been purchased several times by companies including National General, Carl Lindner's American Financial and, most recently, Bertelsmann; it became part of Random House in , when Bertelsmann purchased it to form Bantam Doubleday Dell.
It expanded into both trade paperback and hardcover books, including original works, often reprinted in house as mass-market editions. History The company was failing when Oscar Dystel, who had previously worked at Esquire and as editor on Coronet magazine was hired in to manage it.
By the end o. Margaret Heafield Hamilton born August 17, is an American computer scientist, systems engineer, and business owner. In , she founded Hamilton Technologies, Inc. Hamilton has published over papers, proceedings, and reports about the 60 projects and six major programs with which she has been involved. She is one of the people credited with coining the term "software engineering".
Early life Margaret Heafield was born on August 17, , in Paoli,. The Race of Champions is a racing organization owned by Sports and Entertainment as of Champions from weekly racetracks throughout the Northeast and Southeast are awarded guaranteed starting positions. Large fields of cars from many states attempt to qualify for each Race of Champions. The RoC events were held at Trenton Speedway.
Five different drivers won the five RoC events at Trenton. From to , Pocono Raceway hosted the Race of Champions. From to , the race was held on the 2. Richie Evans and George Kent were the leading winners, each winn. Midnight Court is a crime drama film released by Warner Bros.
Jon Wertheim December 24, List of The Virginian episodes topic The Virginian is an American Western television series which ran from September 19, until March 24, , with a total of episodes across nine seasons. Beginning his fourth year at the helm of the Pioneer program is Mark Nofri, a graduate of Keene State. When families begin to go missing from the area, she and her colleague, Katherine, are caught up in a deadly conspiracy that sees her in a deadly struggle not only against the zombies but against a group of Survivalists who view her and her companions as fodder for the undead. They really don't matter to us. The ship goes to the aid of a freighter, with even worse conditions. The first half of the book deals with Frances and her family, her inferiority complex, campus life, and her brother's death.
Plot Victor Shanley Litel is a washed-up former district attorney who is arrested during a police raid on skid row. While being arraigned in night court, he encounters his estranged ex-wife, Carol O'Neil Dvorak , who is working as a court reporter. After giving a deranged speech about the corrupt criminal justice system, Shanley passes out. Carol then takes him home and cleans him up, where he declares that since being on the right side of the law never did him any good, he plans to work as a defense lawyer for criminal boss Al Kruger and his ring of auto thieves.
Despite his ongoing success defending Kruger and his gang, Shanley still feels compelled to do good deeds, mostly influenced by Carol's kind nature. In an effort to help Bob Terrill, a young man caught up in Kruger's auto-theft gang, Shanley offers to pay for his school tuition so he can stu. Location in the United States. PGA Tour. March 9, Zullo, Allan Astonishing but True Golf Facts. McCook Daily Gazette. McCook, Nebraska. Associated Press. March 17, Retrieved March 13, The New York Times.
February 2, Hoag's Object topic Hoag's Object is a non-typical galaxy of the type known as a ring galaxy. Lovecraft bibliography topic This is a complete list of works by H. Oct Nov Short story Folders related to H. Lovecraft bibliography: Works by H. Gordon Doversola topic Gordon Doversola 1 December — 19 April was an American martial arts expert who specialized in the Okinawa-te school of Karate. Doversola was one of a number of karate instructors who began teaching in the s, some of whom had learned while posted to Okinawa Folders related to Gordon Doversola: American Kenpo practitioners Revolvy Brain revolvybrain American male karateka Revolvy Brain revolvybrain Male karateka Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.
He graduated from Hollywood High School. Jaeckel is a surname. Jaeckel — , American politician Peter Jaeckel, mathematician, and finance academic and practitioner Richard Jaeckel — , American actor of film and television Tracy Jaeckel — , American fencer See also Jackel disambiguation. A former World No. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in His paternal grandparents immigrated from Italy and changed the family name from "Coppola" to "Couples" to make it sound less ethnic, and his mother was of Croatian descent.
His father L. Army, much of it at Fort Bragg as the golf pro at its enlisted men's course. He also owned a nearby driving range where Raymond and younger sister Marlene, a future LPGA tour pro, honed their games. From an early age, Floyd could play equally well left-handed, and used his skills to enhance his allowance, winning money from soldiers on the course, as well as civilians in nearby towns. Skilled in golf and baseball, he had an offer to pitch in the Cleveland Indians organization, but chose to attend the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, but only stayed for a seme.
Originally known as the Tournament Players Championship, it began in The Players has often been considered the unofficial "fifth major" due to its prestige, its host course in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida the TPC at Sawgrass Stadium Course at which the tournament has been played since , home of the iconic par-3 No.
The eighth Tournament Players Championship, it was the fifth consecutive at Sawgrass and the champion was Raymond Floyd. The final round on Sunday was washed-out by thunderstorms and played on Monday. The playoff began at the par-3 15th hole, where Floyd made par and the other two had bogeys. He is the winner of consecutive U. He spent over weeks in the top of the Official World Golf Ranking between their debut in and He topped the money list in , 1.
In the U. His older brother, Chen Tze-ming, is also a professional golfer. In , T. At the U. Open, he scored the first double eagle in U. Open history and tied the record low scores for the championship at that time after 36 holes and 54 holes , but he fell away in the final round and finished tied for second, one shot behind Andy North. His fourth round included a quadruple-bogey eight that featured a chip shot that he hit twice in one swing, and became part of the history of disastrous shots in the final round of a major.
As a result of this shot, he is sometimes referred to as "Two Chip" Chen. Perhaps more so than any other "regular" PGA Tour stop, the event wandered about, not just from course to course within a given metropolitan area, but along the East Coast. Originally known as the Kemper Open, the inaugural event was played in at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton, Massachusetts, before moving to the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina the following year, where it stayed through The Wells Fargo Championship is now held in Charlotte.
Kemper Insurance dropped out as sponsor after the edition and was replaced by Friedman Billings Ramsey, which renamed the event the "FBR Capital Open" for a single year in Booz A. A golfer is a person who plays golf.
Below is a list of male golfers, professional and amateurs, sorted alphabetically. Category:Lists of golfers contains lists of golfers sorted in several other ways: by nationality, by tour and by type of major championship won men's, women's or senior. All members of the World Golf Hall of Fame are listed, including those inducted for their off-course contributions to the sport.
They are annotated HoF. Inaugurated in it is the oldest national open in Continental Europe and has been part of the European Tour's schedule since the tour's inception in The th edition of the event was held in Originally played at La Boulie, the tournament has been hosted by many different venues, but since , it has been held at the Le Golf National near Paris every year except for and In qualifying tournaments were introduced on the model of those for The Open Championship and the U. Open and were open to professionals and amateurs.
This list of people from Palm Springs, California describes notable residents who have had homes in the city and nearby resort communities of the Coachella Valley. Presidents and heads of state U. Eisenhower, U. Smeaton Chase — ea. Morgan was born in Wewoka, Oklahoma. In , Morgan earned a Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee before turning professional at golf later that year.
He is a member of Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity.
Morgan won seven events on the PGA Tour between and He was also one of the most consistent top five finishers during this period. He posted 21 2nd place and 21 3rd place finishes on the PGA Tour in his career. He also played on the and Ryder Cup teams. Morgan was known for playing tournaments with little or no practice. He was exceptional at "playing cold". Although he never won a major title during his time on the PGA Tour, Morgan showed signs of brilliance. For example, during the U.
Scott William Simpson born September 17, is an American professional golfer. He turned professional in and graduated in The highlight of Simpson's career was the U. Open in at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, his only major title. He birdied the 14th, 15th, and 16th holes of the final round to overtake Tom Watson by one stroke and finished with a three under par total of Simpson became eligible to play senior golf in and won his first Champions Tour title in He lists bible study among his interests and attributes his success to it.
He and his wife Cheryl have two children: Brea Yoshiko. The season consisted of 44 official money events. Tom Watson won the most tournaments, five, and there were seven first-time winners. The tournament results and award winners are listed below. Tournament results The following table shows all the official money events for the season. The numbers in parentheses after the winners' names are the number of wins they had on the tour up to and including that event.
Majors are shown in bold. Robert Stack Pierce June 15, — March 1, was an actor who was previously a boxer and professional baseball player. Background Pierce was state boxing champion. Later he played professional baseball, beginning with the Cleveland Indians organization and later the Milwaukee Braves organization. While in the army he played baseball in the Special Services. He came up on the radar of the Cleveland Indians and he was signed to a Major League contract. Not long after the Milwaukee Braves bought his contract and was with them for six years until his retirement in Later he moved to Los Angeles with his wife.
His best finish in a major championship was at the PGA Championship where he finished second, three strokes behind John Daly. He had seven victories on the Champions Tour, including one senior major title, the U. Senior Open. He played in the Ryder Cup. Early life Lietzke was born in Kansas City, Missouri.
He also credits Henry Homberg, a local Beaumont professional, along with Duane for having the greatest influences on his game when he first started playing. Lietzke attended the University of Houston in Houston, Texas. He graduated in and turned p. Fuzzy Zoeller won his only Masters, the first of his two major titles, with a birdie on the second hole of a playoff with Ed Sneed and Tom Watson. It was the debut of the sudden-death format at Augusta, adopted by the Masters in The sudden-death playoff began on the tenth hole, a downhill par-4, where all three players missed birdie putts and parred.
On the s. The film is about an aging Pat Garrett Coburn , hired as a lawman by a group of wealthy New Mexico cattle barons to bring down his old friend Billy the Kid Kristofferson. Soon after completion, the film was taken away from the director and substantially re-ed. This page lists the members of Santa Monica College, including students, alumni, faculty and academic affiliates associated. Clive Anthony Clark born 27 June is an English professional golfer. He turned professional after playing in the Walker Cup at the end of that year. Prior to the formation of the European Tour, he won several tournaments on the European circuit, including the John Player Trophy in He was also successful on the European Tour in its first few official seasons, finishing tenth on the European Tour Order of Merit in the tour's first official season in He left the European Tour in the late s.
Murder, She Wrote is an American television mystery series starring Angela Lansbury as mystery writer and amateur detective Jessica Fletcher. It is one of the most successful and longest-running television shows in history, with close to 23 million viewers in its prime, and was a staple of the CBS Sunday night lineup for a decade. Schedule The table below shows the European Tour schedule which was made up of 20 tournaments, which included the major national opens around Europe.
The other tournaments were mostly held in England and Scotland. Frontier Circus is an American Western television series about a traveling circus roaming the American West in the s. Pat O'Malley as "Duffy". It was played in Vail, Colorado from to The Philip Morris International was a professional team golf tournament, played from and The and tournaments were called the Marlboro Nations' Cup. There was no tournament in but the event was played in and under a different name.
All events were played in France. The tournament had a knock-out format with up to 16 teams competing. There were two players in each team, each match consisting of a foursomes followed by two singles matches. The event was played at Mandelieu-la-Napoule near Cannes, the and events were played at Hardelot near Boulogne in northern France. In it was played at Divonne-les-Bains on the Swiss border near Geneva. In and all the team were European, with the exception of Morocco who competed in It was founded in as the Tallahassee Open Invitational.
The tournament featured the highest round scores in PGA history by a player who made the hole cut. Mike Reasor severely injured himself horse riding between the second and third rounds. Needing to complete the tournament in order to gain an exemption for the Byron Nelson Classic, Reasor played the final two rounds using only a 5-iron and swinging using just one arm, recording scores of and This is a list of actors who have been members of the cast of one or more programs in the Perry Mason television franchise.