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Dauphin, Manitoba

League (MJHL), a part of the Canadian Junior A Hockey League (CJHL) and Hockey Canada. The Kings were established in 1967 and now play at the Credit Union Place which opened in the fall 2005 with a capacity of 2,500. '''Troy Westwood''' (born March 21, 1967; raised in Dauphin, Manitoba) is a Canadian Football League place kicker and punter (punter (football position)) who played 17 years for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Music Westwood, who was exposed to First


Gulfport, Mississippi

in Gulfport, Mississippi) is an American football safety (Safety (American football position)) who is currently a free agent. He was drafted by the Tennessee Titans in the second round of the 2002 NFL Draft. He played college football at Stanford (Stanford Cardinal football). Deepwater ports along the sound include Gulfport (Gulfport, Mississippi) and Pascagoula (Pascagoula, Mississippi). Dredged ship channels running basically north-south connect those ports

varsity letters. He played quarterback, lineman (lineman (football)), strong safety (Defensive back), placekicker and punter (punter (football position)) in a primarily option (option offense), run-oriented offense coached by his father, Irvin Favre, who was the head coach of the team. '''Brett Lorenzo Favre (w:Brett Favre)''' (born October 10, 1969, in Gulfport, Mississippi (w:Gulfport, Mississippi)) has been the starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packers (w:Green Bay Packers) in the National Football League (w:National Football League) since 1992.


Merced, California

at Cornell from 2001 through August 30, 2007, when it moved its headquarters to Oakland, California. In July 2011, ESW moved its headquarters again, this time to Merced, California to be housed by the University of California, Merced. '''Cameron Worrell''' (born December 14, 1979 in Merced, California) is an American football safety (Safety (American football position)) in the National Football League. He was originally signed by the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent in 2003. He played college football at Fresno State (Fresno State Bulldogs football). birth_date The '''''Merced Sun-Star''''' is a daily broadsheet newspaper printed in Merced, California, in the United States. It has an estimated circulation of 20,000 copies. The newspaper is published every day except for Sundays.


Winter Haven, Florida

December 9, 1955 in Winter Haven, Florida) is an American (United States) former professional basketball player. He spent twelve seasons (1977–1989) in the NBA and appeared in four NBA All-Star Games. DATE OF BIRTH December 9, 1955 PLACE OF BIRTH Winter Haven (Winter Haven, Florida), Florida DATE OF DEATH '''Nick Sorensen''' (born July 31, 1978 in Winter Haven, Florida) is an American football Safety (American football

position) safety who is currently a free agent. He was signed by the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent in 2001. He played college football at Virginia Tech (Virginia Tech Hokies football). - 15 align "left" Tampa-St. Petersburg-Lakeland-Winter Haven align "left" Tampa (Tampa, Florida)-St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg, Florida), FL; Lakeland (Lakeland, Florida), FL; Winter Haven (Winter Haven, Florida), FL; Brooksville, Florida Brooksville


Ashland, Oregon

(football position) strong safety in the NFL (National Football League). He attended Ashland High School (Ashland High School (Oregon)) followed by the University of Oregon. He was drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the 1995 NFL Draft and went on to play for the Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints, Indianapolis Colts, and the St. Louis Rams over eight seasons. He retired in 2003.


Murfreesboro, Tennessee

*Jerry Anderson (Jerry Anderson (safety)), 1953-1989, American football safety (Safety (American and Canadian football position)) *Rankin Barbee (1874-1958), journalist and author *Ronnie Barrett (born 1954), firearms manufacturer *Mark Bell (Mark Bell (journalist)) (born 1985), journalist *James M. Buchanan (1919-2013), economist *Reno Collier, stand-up comedian *Colton Dixon (born 1991), singer *Will Allen Dromgoole, (1860-1934), author and poet * Harold


Fayetteville, Arkansas

"Benton County Pioneer" Benton County Pioneer, Volume 45, Number 3; 3rd Quarter 2000 pgs 21-22 '''Clifford Allen Harris''' (born November 12, 1948 in Fayetteville (Fayetteville, Arkansas), Arkansas) is a former professional (professional sports) American football safety (Safety (American football position)) who played for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League for ten seasons. NCAA Men's Indoor Track and Field Championship NCAA Indoor


Burnaby

OF DEATH birth_date '''Sean Fleming''' (born March 19, 1970 in Burnaby, British Columbia) is a former professional Canadian football placekicker and punter (punter (football position)). Fleming was drafted sixth overall by the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos out of the University of Wyoming in the 1992 CFL Draft. He attended Vancouver College


White Plains, New York

) in the defensive halfback (Halfback (Canadian football)), safety (Safety (American football position)), and defensive back positions. Former NFL Player and 49ers Head Coach Dick Nolan Passes Away He was drafted (NFL Draft) in the fourth round (41st overall) of the 1954 NFL Draft by the New York Giants. http: www.pro-football-reference.com coaches NolaDi0.htm He later went on to play for the Chicago Cardinals (Arizona Cardinals) and, finally, the Dallas Cowboys in 1962. Head coach Tom Landry used Nolan as a "player-coach". When Nolan was injured halfway through his first season, he became the Cowboys' defensive coordinator. Dick Nolan 1932–2007, ''Sports Illustrated'', November 19, 2007. The core and shell architecture for New Roc City was designed by the White Plains, New York-based architecture firm Peg Park LLC. PEG Park was also the architect of record for this project. The design for the exterior facades and the interiors of the Sports Plus center was done by Haverson Architecture & Design PC from Greenwich, Connecticut. At the request of the developer Louis Capelli, the facades were designed to resemble classic New York City buildings. The interiors of the Sports Plus center were designed based on a New York City theme as well. Originally, what is now the Speedway was a second ice skating rink themed to look like Central Park. When viewed from this rink, the second and third floors were given faux detailing to mimic the riveted steel construction seen at Grand Central Station. The third floor arcades were themed to look like NYC rooftops. Murals depicting the surrounding NYC skyline surround the whole third floor. Faux brick and stone parapet walls along with dramatic lighting enhance the rooftop effect. DATE OF DEATH February 24, 1950 PLACE OF DEATH White Plains (White Plains, New York), New York, United States death_date origin White Plains, New York, U.S. (United States) instrument Vocals (Singing), Moog synthesizer, Programmed Percussion '''Beans''' (aka '''Mr Ballbeam''') hails from White Plains, New York, a suburb of New York City. He is one of the founding members of New York's legendary Antipop Consortium, who disbanded in 2002 but have since reformed: new material was released in the form of the group's 2009 album ''Fluorescent Black'' on Big Dada Records. Louis Marx died in a hospital in White Plains, New York at age 85. He is interred in a private mausoleum in Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx (Woodlawn Cemetery (Bronx, New York)), New York. Late night programming airs from the New York City area originated by Radio Maria New York on WSNR 620 am licensed in Jersey City, New Jersey and WFAS (AM) 1230 am in White Plains (White Plains, New York) Westchester, New York (Westchester County, New York) from 10pm to 12 midnight Monday through Thursday and 7 to 10pm Saturday and Sunday evenings. Personal life Zuckerberg was born in 1984 in White Plains (White Plains, New York), New York Malone, Jasmine. "Mark Zuckerberg wins Time person of the year: profile", ''The Daily Telegraph'', Dec 15, 2010 to Karen, a psychiatrist, and Edward Zuckerberg, a dentist. He and his three sisters, Randi, Donna, and Arielle, Today, at 12:00 p.m. EDT (w:Eastern Time Zone (North America)) (UTC-4 (w:UTC-4)) the Animal rights (w:Animal rights) group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (w:People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) (PETA) staged a "naked" protest in White Plains (w:White Plains, New York), New York. The target of the protest was British (United Kingdom) fashion house, Burberry (w:Burberry), and their fur practices. Saturday, the Criterium (w:Criterium) cycling events took place in White Plains (w:White Plains, New York). Starting at 7:00 a.m. EDT (w:Eastern Time Zone (North America)) (UTC-4 (w:UTC-4)), races for both men and women began at Martine Avenue at Court Street in downtown White Plains.


Saginaw, Michigan

, Michigan Flint and Chicago (Chicago, Illinois). Children's Zoo at Celebration Square 1730 South Washington Avenue Saginaw (Saginaw, Michigan) Michigan Website '''Stuart Schweigert''' (born June 21, 1981 in Saginaw, Michigan) is an American football safety (Safety (American football position)) for the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League (United Football League (2009)). He was drafted in the third round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders. He played college football at Purdue (Purdue Boilermakers football). Early years Schweigert played quarterback and safety for Saginaw Heritage High School in Saginaw, Michigan. As a senior he was ranked as the No. 9 defensive back and No. 78 player overall in the nation by Prep Football Report. He was ranked as the No. 18 best skill athlete by SuperPrep and a four-star recruit (out of four) by Rivals.com. He amassed 1,502 rushing yards with 22 touchdowns as an option quarterback, threw for 500 yards with four touchdowns, and recorded 50 tackles with three interceptions and seven pass breakups on defense as senior. He was timed in 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash, and won the Michigan state champion in the 100 meters with a time of 10.45 defeating Charles Rogers. He placed third in the 200 meters in 21.6. * The Boeing 767 airliner made its first flight, taking off from Everett, Washington at 11:55 am. Piloted by Tom Edmonds and Lew Wallick, along with John Britt, the jet reached an altitude of 17,000 feet and a speed of 260 miles per hour, and landing again at 1:58 p.m. "Hydraulic problem fails to mar Boeing 767 test", ''Lewiston (ID) Morning Tribune'', September 27, 1981, p2-B *'''Born:''' Serena Williams, American professional tennis player, ranked #1 in the world on five occasions from 2002 through 2010; in Saginaw, Michigan; and Christina Milian, American R&B singer and actress, in Jersey City, New Jersey The '''Saginaw River''' is a thumb 215px A faceoff during the game (Image:OHL-Hockey-Plymouth-Whalers-vs-Saginaw-Spirit.jpg) The 2005-2006 Ontario Hockey League (w:Ontario Hockey League) season kicked off to a start Wednesday night at Wendler arena in The Dow Event Center (w:The Dow Event Center) in Saginaw, Michigan, USA (w:Saginaw, Michigan) with the Saginaw Spirit (w:Saginaw Spirit) hosting the Plymouth Whalers (w:Plymouth Whalers), with over 4,600 people attending. The Whalers won 7 - 2. A high school student is in custody tonight after the alleged shooting of another student in the second floor hallway of a Saginaw (w:Saginaw, Michigan) High School in Michigan (w:Michigan) Thursday. According to Saginaw Public Schools spokesperson Michael Manley, the incident occurred during the lunch period at Saginaw High School (w:Saginaw High School).


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