Eight Conference), and was followed by Oklahoma A&M in 1925. However, the intense series between Texas and Oklahoma would continue in the annual Red River Rivalry game held in Dallas. From 1925 until 1991, the University of Arkansas would be the only conference member not located within the state of Texas. Due to an FCC-imposed freeze on station licenses (Federal Communications Commission#The "Freeze" of 1948), WKY-TV was the only Oklahoma City television station until 1953 when KTVQ (channel 25, now KOKH-TV) signed on, taking an ABC affiliation. Later that year KWTV (channel 9) debuted as a primary CBS affiliate. WKY-TV continued as a dual NBC DuMont affiliate until the DuMont network shut down in 1956. KTVQ closed its operations that year as well, and channel 4 picked up ABC once again. In 1958, ABC station KGEO (channel 5) was moved from Enid (Enid, Oklahoma) into Oklahoma City, becoming KOCO-TV, and that allowed WKY-TV to become an exclusive NBC affiliate. '''Casey Grillo''', born October 16, 1976 in Enid (Enid, Oklahoma), Oklahoma, is the drummer for the symphonic power metal band Kamelot. He has two older siblings, a brother and a sister, who are also drummers. In 1997, at the age of 21, Grillo was asked to join the Kamelot as a replacement for founding member Richard Warner after being offered an audition by Thomas Youngblood and Glenn Barry. birth_date '''Mark Dean Kelly''' (born June 28, 1956 in Enid (Enid, Oklahoma), Oklahoma) is a Christian (Christian rock) bass guitarist most remembered for being a member of Petra (Petra (band)) during the 1980s. Kelly joined Petra in 1981 and recorded seven albums with them before retiring in 1987, being replaced by Ronny Cates. Early life and education Marquis James was born the fifth child of Houstin James (December 18, 1844 – August 18, 1908), a lawyer, and Rachel Marquis (July 14, 1848 – May 22, 1930), a schoolteacher, on August 29, 1891 in Springfield, Missouri. Houstin, a Civil War veteran, participated in both the Land run of 1889 and the Land Run of 1893. Rockwell, Stella, ed., ''Garfield County, Oklahoma, 1907-1982, Vol. I'', Garfield Historical Society, Josten's Publishing Company, Topeka, Kansas. 1982., pgs 330-331 While unsuccessful in 1899, Houstin successfully staked a claim southeast of Enid, Oklahoma in the 1893 run and moved his family there in 1894. Houstin died in 1908, and is interred at Enid Cemetery (Enid Cemetery and Calvary Catholic Cemetery). Houstin James at findagrave Marquis James was educated at East Hill School and Central, and graduated Enid High School in 1910. He attended one year of college at Phillips University. '''Chisholm High School''' (founded in 1973) is the second largest high school in Enid, Oklahoma, and is located in the northern part of the city. The school has a student body of approximately 300 students in grades 9-12 with a curriculum that includes normal and AP (Advanced Placement Program) academic courses. Early life Owen was born and raised in a Native American (Native Americans in the United States) area of the Oklahoma Territory, where his original goal was to become a jockey, a dream denied by his 5-11, 230 pound frame that earned him the nickname, "Stout Steve." In addition to working on a cattle ranch, Owen attended Phillips University in Enid, Oklahoma where he was an all-around athlete for two years beginning in 1917. Adding to his income during this period, he wrestled (Wrestling) professionally under the name "Jack O'Brien," a ruse that allowed him to preserve his amateur status. -- ''The Enid News & Eagle (Enid News & Eagle)'' Enid (Enid, Oklahoma) Daily 15,603 CNHI (Community Newspaper Holdings) enidnews.com -- Principal cities in the district include Guymon (Guymon, Oklahoma), Ponca City (Ponca City, Oklahoma), Enid (Enid, Oklahoma), Stillwater (Stillwater, Oklahoma), Mustang (Mustang, Oklahoma), Yukon (Yukon, Oklahoma), Guthrie (Guthrie, Oklahoma), Sapulpa (Sapulpa, Oklahoma) and Altus (Altus, Oklahoma). It also includes portions of Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
, Florida December 21, 1955 Lockheed L-749C-79-12 Constellation (Lockheed L-749 Constellation) Crew error - The '''Florida–Georgia football rivalry''' is an American college football rivalry (college rivalry) game played annually by the University of Florida Gators (Florida Gators football) and the University of Georgia Bulldogs (Georgia Bulldogs football) nearly every year since 1915. It is one of the great rivalry games in college football, and since 1933
on the Timucua language. '''EverBank Field''' (originally '''Jacksonville Municipal Stadium''' and formerly '''Alltel Stadium''') is an American football stadium in downtown Jacksonville, Florida, and the home stadium facility of the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League (NFL). It also hosts the annual Florida vs. Georgia Football Classic (Florida–Georgia football rivalry), a college football rivalry game between the University of Florida and the University of Georgia, and the Gator Bowl, a post-season college bowl game. The stadium assumed its current name on August 10, 2010, following the approval of a five-year naming rights deal with the financial services company EverBank. folded September 1974 location Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida), Florida field Gator Bowl Stadium The '''Jacksonville Sharks''' were a professional American football team based in Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida), Florida. They competed for part of the 1974 season in the World Football League, a failed attempt to launch a major professional football league in the United States in competition with the National Football League. The team played seven home games at the Gator Bowl Stadium in Jacksonville. The Sharks roster was a mixture of rookies such as Mike Townsend, Eddie McAshan and Reggie Oliver, and veterans like Ike Lassiter, John Stofa and Drew Buie. The Sharks front office claimed to have sold 18,000 season tickets, and the team drew 59,112 for the home opener against the New York Stars (New York Stars (WFL)) and 46,000 against the Southern California Sun. The club later admitted to giving away 44,000 tickets. Six weeks into the season owner Fran Monaco fired head coach Bud Asher, replacing him with Charlie Tate. relocated location Jacksonville, Florida, United States field Gator Bowl Stadium The '''Jacksonville Bulls''' were a professional American football team based in Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida), Florida. They were members of the United States Football League during its final two seasons, 1984 and 1985. They played their home games in the Gator Bowl Stadium in Jacksonville. Historically, the Gullah region extended from the Cape Fear (Cape Fear (headland)) area on the coast of North Carolina south to the vicinity of Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida) on the coast of Florida; but today the Gullah area is confined to the South Carolina and Georgia Lowcountry. The Gullah people and their language are also called '''Geechee,''' which some scholars speculate is related to the Ogeechee River near Savannah, Georgia. The term "Geechee" is an emic term used by speakers (and can have a derogatory connotation depending on usage). "Gullah" is a term that was originally used to designate the language spoken by Gullah and Geechee people, but over time it has become a way for speakers to formally identify both their language and themselves as a distinctive group of people. The Georgia communities further identify themselves as either "Saltwater Geechee" or "Freshwater Geechee" depending on their proximity to the coast. In commercial service, 1902–1917 The ship was constructed in 1902 by J. Blumer & Co., Sunderland (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear), England, as SS ''Burbo Bank'' for the Fenwick Shipping Co., Ltd., was acquired by Leonhardt & Blumberg of Hamburg, Germany shortly before the beginning of World War I, and was renamed SS ''Frieda Leonhardt''. After the outbreak of hostilities, she took refuge in Jacksonville, Florida, and remained there until the United States entered the war against Germany in the spring of 1917. Experience Reightler was designated a naval aviator in August 1974 at Corpus Christi, Texas. After replacement pilot training in the P-3C (P-3 Orion) airplane, he reported to Patrol Squadron Sixteen in Jacksonville, Florida, serving as both a mission commander and patrol plane commander. He made deployments to Keflavík, Iceland (Keflavík), and to Sigonella, Sicily (Sigonella). Following jet transition training, Reightler attended the United States Naval Test Pilot School at Patuxent River, Maryland. Experience Scott entered Naval Aviation Officer Candidate School after graduation from Florida State University in December 1972. He completed flight training in fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft and was designated a Naval Aviator in August 1974. He then served a 4-year tour of duty with Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light Thirty Three (HSL-33) at the Naval Air Station (NAS) North Island, California (Naval Air Station North Island), flying the SH-2F Light Airborne Multi-Purpose System (LAMPS) helicopter. In 1978 Scott was selected to attend the Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, California, where he earned his master of science degree in aeronautical engineering with avionics. After completing jet training in the TA-4J Skyhawk, Scott served a tour of duty with Fighter Squadron Eighty Four (VF-84) at NAS Oceana, Virginia, flying the F-14 Tomcat. In June 1986 Scott was designated an Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer. He served as a production test pilot at the Naval Aviation Depot, NAS Jacksonville, Florida, flying the F A-18 Hornet and the A-7 Corsair aircraft. He was also assigned as Director of the Product Support (engineering) Department. He was next assigned as the Deputy Director of the Tactical Aircraft Systems Department at the Naval Air Development Center at Warminster, Pennsylvania. As a research and development project pilot, he flew the F-14, F A-18 and A-7 Corsair II aircraft. Scott has accumulated more than 4,000 hours of flight time in 20 different military and civilian aircraft, and more than 200 shipboard landings. Additionally, Scott was an associate instructor of electrical engineering at Florida A&M University and Florida Community College at Jacksonville, Florida. Johnson has served as an on-air radio personality in Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida) for WJBT 92.7, WSOL V101.5, and WXQL 105.7. He also served as a host for several shows on the local cable station (''Teen Cultural Perspective'', ''The Video Zone''). He appeared on an episode (#20) of the action adventure series ''Sheena (Sheena (TV series))'' in 2001. In January 2003 he appeared in a regional theatre production of ''Miss Evers' Boys'' in Jacksonville. He was the host of ''SPLAT'', a Nickelodeon (Nickelodeon (TV channel)) show which aired 2004-5. thumb right A few things for themselves, Florida, venereal soil, Disclose to the lover (File:STS-95_Florida_From_Space.jpg). ~ Wallace Stevens '''Florida (w:Florida)''' is a state (w:U.S. state) in the southeastern region of the United States, bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico (w:Gulf of Mexico), to the north by Alabama (w:Alabama) and Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)), to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, and to the south by the Straits of Florida. Florida is the 22nd most extensive (w:List of U.S. states and territories by area), the 4th most populous (w:List of U.S. states and territories by population), and the 8th most densely populated (w:List of U.S. states and territories by population density) of the 50 United States (w:List of U.S. states). The state capital is Tallahassee (w:Tallahassee, Florida), the largest city is Jacksonville (w:Jacksonville, Florida), and the largest metropolitan area is the Miami metropolitan area (w:Miami metropolitan area). Quotes The Indianapolis Colts (w:Indianapolis Colts) beat the Jacksonville Jaguars (w:Jacksonville Jaguars) 26-18 at ALLTEL Stadium (w:ALLTEL Stadium) in Jacksonville (w:Jacksonville, Florida), Florida (w:Florida). The Colts remain undefeated 13 games into the 16-game NFL (w:National Football League) season.
Although identifying as a separate station in its own right, WSWG is considered a semi-satellite of WCTV in Tallahassee, Florida. Master control and some internal operations are based at that station's facilities on Halstead Boulevard next to the I-10 (Interstate 10 in Florida), SR 61 (Florida State Road 61) Thomasville Road, and US 319 (U.S. Route 319) Capitol Circle Northeast (Capital Circle (Tallahassee, Florida)) junction in the city's Carriage Gate section. It airs some of WCTV's syndicated (television syndication) programming but at different times. There are also programs that only air on WSWG while some are only seen on WCTV. This station airs separate station identifications and commercials. Syndicated programming exclusive to WSWG includes ''The Real Housewives of Orange County''. thumb right A few things for themselves, Florida, venereal soil, Disclose to the lover (File:STS-95_Florida_From_Space.jpg). ~ Wallace Stevens '''Florida (w:Florida)''' is a state (w:U.S. state) in the southeastern region of the United States, bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico (w:Gulf of Mexico), to the north by Alabama (w:Alabama) and Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)), to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, and to the south by the Straits of Florida. Florida is the 22nd most extensive (w:List of U.S. states and territories by area), the 4th most populous (w:List of U.S. states and territories by population), and the 8th most densely populated (w:List of U.S. states and territories by population density) of the 50 United States (w:List of U.S. states). The state capital is Tallahassee (w:Tallahassee, Florida), the largest city is Jacksonville (w:Jacksonville, Florida), and the largest metropolitan area is the Miami metropolitan area (w:Miami metropolitan area). Quotes
Oklahoma in 2000 and by Texas in 2005 (2005 Texas Longhorn football team). In 2005, the ''Dallas Morning News'' asked the 119 Division 1A football coaches to identify the top rivalry game (Sports rivalry) in college football. The Red River Rivalry ranked first, ahead of Michigan-Ohio State (Michigan – Ohio State football rivalry), Alabama-Auburn (Iron Bowl) and Army-Navy (Army–Navy Game).
season, leading up to the Red River Rivalry game (Red River Rivalry), played each October in Dallas, Texas. 50px Historic SH 6 left (Image:Old Texas 6.svg) State Highway 6 was one of the original 26 state highways proposed in 1917, overlying the King of Trails Highway. From 1919, the routing mostly followed present-day U.S. Highway 75 (U.S. Highway 75 (Texas)) from Oklahoma to Dallas, then U.S. Highway 77 (U.S. Highway 77 (Texas)) to Waco (Waco, Texas). death_date
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east of Denver (Denver, Colorado), Colorado. The county was largely rural until the early 20th century, when housing subdivisions were developed in the northeastern portion of the county adjacent to Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri), Missouri. Developer J.C. Nichols spurred the boom in 1914 when he built the Mission Hills Country Club (Mission Hills Country Club (Kansas)) to lure upscale residents who previously had been reluctant to move from Missouri to Kansas. A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans – William E. Connelly – Lewis Publishing Company – 1918 Suburban development continued at a steady pace until the close of World War II. Following the war, the pace of development exploded, triggered by the return of soldiers in need of housing and white flight, a common occurrence throughout the United States during the post-war period. The US Supreme Court 1954 school desegration ruling (Brown v. Board of Education) and its impact in Kansas City, Missouri contributed to white flight throughout the region, resulting in increased migration from Kansas City, Missouri to the county and the furthering the county's reputation as a destination for quality public schools and as a good location for families. This growth slowed slightly in the 1970s, however beginning in the mid 1980's the pace of growth increased significantly, with the county adding 100,000 residents each decade between the 1990 census and 2010 census. Crawford County is included in an area designated for a planned extension of Interstate 49 into Arkansas. The final project will connect New Orleans, Louisiana to Kansas City, Missouri, a large trucking corridor which is currently not served by an Interstate highway. The proposed highway would utilize portions of Interstate 540 (Interstate 540 (Arkansas)) which currently runs north from Van Buren toward the Missouri state line passing through Benton County, home of Wal-Mart. The corridor was listed as the number-one high-priority corridor by transportation officials in the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act. Underground popularity: mid 1990s In the mid-1990s the American punk (punk rock) and indie rock movements, which had been largely underground since the early 1980s, became part of mainstream culture. After Nirvana (Nirvana (band))'s success, major record labels capitalized on the popularity of alternative rock and other underground music by signing numerous independent bands and spending large amounts of capital promoting them. Greenwald, p. 33. In 1994, the same year that Jawbreaker's ''24 Hour Revenge Therapy'' and Sunny Day Real Estate's ''Diary'' were released, pop punk acts Green Day and The Offspring had mutiplatinum (Oro album) successes with their respective albums ''Dookie'' and ''Smash (Smash (The Offspring album))''. In the wake of the underground going mainstream, over the next several years emo as a genre retreated, reformed, and morphed into a national subculture, then eventually something more. Drawing inspiration from bands like Jawbreaker, Drive Like Jehu, and Fugazi, the new sound of emo was a mixture of hardcore (hardcore punk)'s passion and indie rock's intelligence, bearing the anthemic power of punk rock and its do-it-yourself (Do it yourself) work ethic but with smoother songs, sloppier melodies, and yearning vocals. Greenwald, pp. 34–35. Many of the new emo bands originated from the Midwestern (Midwestern United States) and Central United States, such as Braid (Braid (band)) from Champaign (Champaign, Illinois)-Urbana, Illinois, Christie Front Drive from Denver, Colorado, Mineral (Mineral (band)) from Austin, Texas, Jimmy Eat World from Mesa, Arizona, The Get Up Kids
employed Leonardo da Vinci as a military architect, a role he (as ''Bernardo'') plays alongside his painting work in ''The Dwarf''. In this way aspects of all these historical places and people are mixed into the background of the novel. * An American football rivalry game between Capital High School (Capital High School (Olympia, Washington)) and Olympia High School (Olympia High School (Washington)) in Washington, United States.
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at Thompson Stadium. The rivalry game is normally played at a neutral site between the campuses on the East Coast (East Coast of the United States) in early December, most often in Philadelphia (with occasional stop-offs in Baltimore (Baltimore, Maryland) and East Rutherford, New Jersey). After the Volta Associates gave several demonstrations in the City of Washington, businessmen from Philadelphia created the '''American Graphophone Company''' on March 28, 1887