Extractions: @import "../styles/dps.css"; Site Map Karl Haas (radio show host) Dead. Died February 6, 2005. Born circa 1914. Opened the English version of his international classical music show Adventures in Good Music with his distinctive "Hello everyone...". Obituary Buddy Hackett (comedian/actor) Dead. Died June 29, 2003. Born August 31, 1924. The Music Man and It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World , died on the same day as Katharine Hepburn IMDb Joan Hackett (actress) Dead. Ovarian cancer. Died October 8, 1983. Born May 1, 1934. Only When I Laugh IMDb FindAGrave Taylor Hackford (director) Alive. Born December 31, 1945. An Officer and a Gentleman Ray , married to the British actress Helen Mirren IMDb Gene Hackman (actor) Alive. Born January 30, 1930. Made many movies, but first got noticed in The French Connection , particularly good in The Conversation IMDb Kevin Hagen (actor) Dead. Esophageal cancer. Died July 9, 2005. Born April 3, 1928. Many Western roles, probably best-known as Doc Baker in Little House on the Prairie , died on the same day as Byron Preiss IMDb Obituary FindAGrave Uta Hagen (actress/teacher) Dead.
Prairie View A&M University Class of 1950 s ADAMS,Ambrose D. AINSWORTH, Charles ALBERT, Cylde E. CALHOUN,Robert R. CALLAHAN, Robert S. CANADY, Willie H. CARDEN, Hoover http://acad.pvamu.edu/content/armyrotc/50s.html
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Robert Huber, 1909-1996 Robert B. Huber, Lawrence Professor of Forensics, University of Vermont When UVM won the National Debate Championship at West Point in 1950, http://debate.uvm.edu/huber/huberb.html
Extractions: Table of Contents Debate Central ROBERT HUBER, 1909-1996 A Life of Influence and Integrity Robert Huber receives key to the city of Burlington after UVM wins the 1950 National Debate Tournament No one is really in a good position to judge anyone's life, and I certainly can't, but I want to share with you a few of my thoughts. Bob Huber changed many thousands of lives for the better. He taught people how to speak and also to speak up. He told me that he believed he had taught more students in basic public speaking over a period of 51 years than any human ever. He coached debate at UVM from 1946 until 1983, influencing thousands of students who went on to make a real difference in the world for the better. Bob Huber built institutions to carry on his work no matter what. He was extremely important in SCA, ECA, DSR-TKA, and other groups. He arranged to have the UVM debate team secured with an endowment, and then helped create an endowed professorship for the UVM debate coach. He had summer debate institutes at UVM for decades, paving the way for the current World Debate Institute held at UVM each summer. The annual UVM debate tournament has, for many years, been named after Bob. The"Office Wing"of the Debate Central website is named after him, and the entire site is dedicated to him and to Edwin Lawrence. We call our offices at 475 Main Street "Huber House."
Canadian Music Centre Robert Turner was born in Montreal on June 6, 1920, the son of William graduating with a Master of Music degree in 1950. Although Robert Turner had http://www.musiccentre.ca/apps/index.cfm?fuseaction=composer.FA_dsp_biography&au
Shape Note Bibliography Harris, David GT 1939. Musical Education in Tudor Times. 1950. Andrew LawIntellectual Musician. MSM thesis, Union Theological Seminary. http://fasola.org/bibliography/hbib.html
Extractions: [Home] [Next Author Group] [Previous Author Group] Hackett, Lucile E. 1996. Johann Conrad Beissel: Early German American Mystic and Musician. Studies in Puritan American Spirituality Hall, Bonlyn G. 1988. The American Education of Luther Whiting Mason. American Music Hall, Jacob H. 1914. Biography of Gospel Song and Hymn Writers . New York: Fleming H. Revell. Hall, James William, Jr. 1968. The Tune-Book in American Culture, 1800-1822. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania. Hall, Mrs. Samuel Carter. 1859. Residence of Isaac Watts. National Magazine Hall, Paul M. 1970a. The "Musical Million": A Study and Analysis of the Periodical Promoting Music Reading Through Shape-notes in North America from 1870 to 1914 . Washington, D.C: P.M. Hall. Hall, Paul M. 1970b. The "Musical Million": A Study and Analysis of the Periodical Promoting Music Reading Through Shape-Notes in North America from 1870 To 1914. Doctoral dissertation, Catholic University of America. Hall, Paul M. 1971. The Shape-note Hymnals and Tune Books of Ruebush-Kieffer Company. The Hymn Hall, Roland. 1963. Some New Seventeenth Century Words and Antedatings.