*  1935-36 Detroit Red Wings season - Wikipedia
Detroit Red Wings Detroit wins best-of-five series 3-1. John Sorrell, Syd Howe, Marty Barry, Herbie Lewis, Mud Bruneteau, Wally ... fourth as the Red Wings. The season involved winning the Stanley Cup. Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, ... The 1935-36 Detroit Red Wings season was the tenth season for the Detroit NHL franchise, ...
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*  Pennsylvania State Association - Wikipedia
Greensburg Red Wings 1935-1936; Greensburg Green Sox 1937-1938; Greensburg Senators 1939 Jeannette, PA: Jeannette Reds 1934; ... Monessen Reds 1935; Monessen Indians 1936; Monessen Cardinals 1937 Oil City, PA: Oil City Oilers 1940-1942 Warren, PA: Warren ... Butler Indians 1935; Butler Yankees 1936-1942 Charleroi, PA: Charleroi Tigers 1934-1936 Greensburg, PA: Greensburg Trojans 1934 ... McKeesport Braves 1935; McKeesport Tubers 1936-1937; McKeesport Tubers 1938; McKeesport Little Pirates 1939; McKeesport Little ...
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*  George S. Schairer - Wikipedia
On the spot, they designed and sketched out a low-wing transport using essentially the B-52 wing design, with jet engines in ... On May 10, he wrote a seven-page letter to Boeing colleague Bob Withington that included a drawing of the swept wing and, in ... The new design featured a wing that was swept back at 35 degrees with a 185-foot span. More significantly, it featured eight ... In particular, he was one of the engineers responsible for the incorporation of the Davis wing in these designs. At ...
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*  Women's College Hospital - Wikipedia
WCH consists of three wings built in 1935, 1956 and 1971 with the later two completed demolition and the former to be ... "Demolition Clearing Art Deco Wing of Women's College Hospital". Retrieved October 29, 2013. Women's College Hospital Women's ... The 1935 wing was a 10-storey Art Deco building that was torn down despite historical designation for WCH. Women's College ... Women's College Hospital moved to its current location in Toronto in 1935, and became a teaching hospital affiliated with the ...
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*  Harry George Smart - Wikipedia
Wing Commander Smart was named Commandant of the Central Flying School. He was soon tasked with supervising the relocation of ... Wing Commander The London Gazette, 11 February 1930 - Ceases to be seconded for duty to the Royal Australian Air Force ( ... effective 5 February 1930) The London Gazette, 2 July 1935 - Group Captain The London Gazette, 4 April 1939 - Air Commodore ( ...
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*  St. Joseph's Health Centre - Wikipedia
The Our Lady of Mercy Wing, as it was known, was demolished in 2007. In 2012, the replacement Our Lady of Mercy Wing opened. It ... 1931 - East Wing was built in 1931, raising bed capacity to 300. The addition gave the hospital modern emergency facilities and ... 1949 - Frederick Morrow Wing opens, increasing bed capacity up to 600 and supplying much needed administrative space. 1960 - ... The Ambulatory Clinic is also located in the Glendale wing. The original site at Sunnyside Avenue, and The Queensway, was the ...
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*  Teddy Morris - Wikipedia
He was a star player for the Argonauts for nine years and was named All-Eastern running back three times and flying wing twice ... named All-Eastern flying wing in 1935 and 1938. merited Canadian Football Hall of Fame as both a player and a builder (1964) ...
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*  Liberal Party (Israel) - Wikipedia
The group split into two wings in 1935; the majority, General Zionists A, led by Chaim Weizman, were on the left; General ... The new party made history when it removed the left wing from power by winning the 1977 elections. The Liberal Party finally ... A majority of the Liberals and Herut quickly approved the scheme, but some MKs, representing almost all the Progressive wing, ... Gahal merged with a number of small right-wing parties including the Free Centre (a breakaway from Gahal), the National List ...
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*  Auburn, Massachusetts - Wikipedia
... wing of the former high school. The old high school has now been completely demolished, except the dome on top of the high ... In 2006 a group called "Save the '35" protested demolition of the oldest (1935) ...
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*  North Penn Junior/Senior High School - Wikipedia
The School itself was built in 1935, was renovated in 1990, and structural addition was placed in 1996. Currently (2011-12 ... Blossburg Elementary and eliminating the need for modular classrooms as well as the 1935 wing. The historic and legendary ...
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*  Cecil Bouchier - Wikipedia
6 August 1935. p. 5054. "No. 34527". The London Gazette. 1 July 1938. p. 4248. Further reading Air of Authority - A History of ... 1 August 1935 Wing Commander - 1 July 1938 Group Captain - 1 December 1940 Air Commodore - 1 October 1946 Air Vice Marshal - 25 ...
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*  Central Flying School - Wikipedia
... later Wing Commander) C D Breese 1920 to 1944 3 May 1920 Wing Commander Norman MacEwen 1922 Air Commodore Edward Masterman 1 ... Flying instructors are awarded the Qualified Flying Instructor qualification for fixed-wing types. Helicopter instructors are ... rotary-wing or multi-engine pipelines. Shorts Tucano T.1 - (RAF Linton-on-Ouse) 72(R) Squadron - Basic Fast Jet Training (BFJT ... Advanced Helicopter training to RAF crews Rotary wing students stream onto the Chinook or the Puma HC.2. Under the new UK ...
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*  Doug Young (ice hockey) - Wikipedia
Young was also captain of the Red Wings from 1935 to 1938. Young had a great start to his hockey career when he was part of the ... He was Captain of the Red Wings from 1935-38. He was selected to appear in his first All-Star Game in 1939. Prior to 1940, ... He would continue to knock in a few goals and play sound defensive hockey for Detroit (now renamed the Detroit Red Wings) and ... IHL First All-Star Team (1930) Won two Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings (1936 & 1937) Selected to NHL All Star Game ( ...
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*  Boeing Model 306 - Wikipedia
The wings were consistently swept about 35 degrees. The immaturity of the designs is evident in the flying boat drawings, which ... Each design was a "tailless" variation of those existing models with a flying wing layout, or a creative extension of the theme ... Secret Projects: Flying Wings and Tailless Aircraft. "Boeing B47 Stratojet". Retrieved 23 November 2010. ... They all featured extended trailing aileron/elevators, that could perform their function without disrupting the wing ...
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*  Sid Abel - Wikipedia
Red Wings Facts, Wings who wore four different jersey numbers, Sid Abel - 4, 7, 9, 12, 14, 19, 20 Carroll, M. R. (2001). The ... Abel was traded from the Red Wings to the Black Hawks for cash in 1952, and was named coach of the team. He served as player- ... In 1947, Abel and Ted Lindsay were teamed up with rookie right winger Gordie Howe as a forward line by Red Wings' coach Jack ... Though his #12 was honoured by the Wings, Abel wore 4, 7, 9, 12, 14, 19 and 20 throughout his career. Abel returned to the Red ...
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*  Dit Clapper - Wikipedia
The right wing on the powerful "Dynamite Line"-one of the first forward combinations to receive a nickname in hockey history- ... Clapper's 22 goals were good for eighth in the league, and he was named Second Team All-Star at right wing at year's end, the ... Hitherto a defenceman, Bruins' coach Art Ross decided to try Clapper at right wing, and the experiment stuck. He scored his ... as a right wing. Won the Elizabeth C. Dufresne Trophy as most outstanding Bruins player in home games in 1940 and 1941. The ...
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*  United States Post Office (Fayetteville, North Carolina) - Wikipedia
A wing was added in 1935. It housed a post office into the 1960s, after which it was used as a branch library. It was listed on ...
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*  Air Corps Tactical School - Wikipedia
Winged Shield, Winged Sword: A History of the United States Air Force, Vol. I 1907-1950. Air Force History and Museums Program ... Army regulations also made the commander of the 2nd Wing, as the base commander at Langley, the commandant of the Tactical ... Arthur G. Fisher, 1935 - 5 March 1937 Brig.Gen. Henry Conger Pratt, 14 March 1937 - 19 September 1938 Col. Albert L. Sneed ( ... The Board became indistinguishable from the Tactical School and undertook 77 projects between 1935 and 1942, a third of which ...
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*  Young Communist League of Finland - Wikipedia
The SKNL was directed to work within the Social Democratic Labour Youth League (STL), the youth wing of the Social Democratic ... SKNL decided to close down the pioneer wing in 1934-1935. The central organ of SKNL was Nuori Kommunisti, which was published ... In the 1920s, left-wing early youth (under 14) work was organised inside Työväen Järjestönuorten Liitto. After the TJN was ... The sixth world congress of the International, held in 1935, was attended by the SKNL delegate Veikko Sippola. Parkkari, ...
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*  David Carlton Pepper Farm - Wikipedia
It has a one-story wing attached to the rear of the 1 1/2-story side wing. A one-story kitchen wing was added to the 1 1/2- ... The oldest section of the house is the 1 1/2-story side wing and dates to about 1820 and is in the late-Federal style, with the ... single-pile frame and shingle farmhouse with a 1 1/2-story side wing. ...
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*  Stanley Palace - Wikipedia
The north wing was rebuilt in 1935. The house is timber-framed on an ashlar sandstone plinth in two storeys. The south wall is ... Part of the house was demolished and the southwest wing was rebuilt in the early 18th century. The house then ceased to be a ...
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*  1936 in Michigan - Wikipedia
... the Red Wings compiled a 24-16-8 record, finished in first place in the National Hockey League (NHL) American Division, and ... 1935-36 Michigan Tech Huskies men's ice hockey team - Under head coach Bert Noblet, the Huskies compiled a 6-9-1 record. Port ... 1935-36 Western Michigan Broncos men's basketball team - Under head coach Buck Read, the Broncos compiled a 15-3 record. 1935- ... 1935-36 Michigan State Spartans men's basketball team - Under head coach Benjamin Van Alstyne, the Spartans compiled an 8-9 ...
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*  Edenwood - Wikipedia
A two-story frame wing was added about 1935. A center-bay two-story pedimented porch flanked by one-story, full-facade, ...
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*  The Narragansett Dawn - Wikipedia
Princess Red Wing, Editor Princess Red Wing was born on March 21, 1896 in Sprague, Connecticut. Her birth name was Mary E. ... She said that her mother chose to call her Princess Red Wing after the red wing blackbird "to fling her mission far with grace ... Princess Red Wing died in 1987 at the age of 92. Ernest Hazard, Editor Marion W. Brown, Keeper of Records Chief Pine Tree, ... Princess Red Wing (Sep 1936). "Our Purpose". The Narragansett Dawn. Retrieved 5 April 2013. Little Bear (April 1936). "Our ...
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*  Hamish Mahaddie - Wikipedia
111 Wing, a transport wing stationed in Germany. This was followed by a spell at the Staff College, Haifa, Israel in 1947. His ... Reaching the wing root with a flashlight and some wire, the flight engineer was able to jury rig a splice over the airloin ... He earned his wings 13 June 1935 and was promoted sergeant pilot. He returned to RAF Hinaidi and joined A Flight No. 55 ... 111 Wing and the former commanding officer of 405 Squadron RCAF recalled, "Hamish had a fabulous personality - an extrovert of ...
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