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* 1953 – Bob Gainey, Canadian ice hockey player and General Manager
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* 1953 – Alex Lifeson, Canadian singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer ( Rush and Big Dirty Band )
* 1953 – Pope Pius XII establishes the Dioceses of Norwich and Bridgeport and makes the Diocese of Hartford an archdiocese.
The tide finally turned in 1953 when England won the final Test at The Oval to take the series 1 – 0, having narrowly evaded defeat in the preceding Test at Headingley.
Iuliu Maniu ( 1873 – 1953 ) was prime minister with an agrarian cabinet from 1928 to 1930, but the Great Depression made proposed reforms impossible.
Franciszek Bujak ( 1875 – 1953 ) and Jan Rutkowski ( 1886 – 1949 ), the founders of modern economic history in Poland and of the journal Roczniki Dziejów Spolecznych i Gospodarczych ( 1931 – ), were attracted to the innovations of the Annales school.
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Church leaders dispute that the group was founded in the 1970s, maintaining that a man named J. R. " Bob " Dobbs founded the group in 1953.
According to SubGenius dogma, " Bob " was a drilling equipment salesman who, in 1953, saw a vision of God ( JHVH-1 according to Church scriptures ) on a television set he had built himself.
Bob Montana's redheaded teen of comic strips and comic books was heard on radio's Archie Andrews from 1943 to 1953.
Haney danced with Bob Fosse in the 1953 film version of Kiss Me, Kate, and when he landed his first Broadway choreographing assignment, The Pajama Game ( 1954 ), he recommended that Haney be cast in a small dancing part.
Bob and Bill Meistrell, from Manhattan Beach, California, also started experimenting with neoprene around 1953.
Stevens had been with Charles Clasby's law firm for six months when Bob McNeally, a Democrat appointed as U. S. Attorney for Fairbanks during the Truman administration, informed U. S. District Judge Harry Pratt that he would be resigning effective August 15, 1953, having already delayed his resignation by several months at the request of Justice Department officials newly appointed by Eisenhower.
He is credited with founding the Church with friend Philo Drummond in 1979, though Stang himself denies this and claims the organization was founded in 1953 by J. R. " Bob " Dobbs.
From the late 1940s he played in more prestigious pictures, including Captain from Castile starring Tyrone Power, Key Largo with Humphrey Bogart, ( 1948 ), Lust for Gold with Glenn Ford ( 1949 ), Broken Arrow ( 1950 ) with James Stewart, War Arrow ( 1953 ) with Maureen O ' Hara, Jeff Chandler and Noah Beery, Jr., Drums Across the River ( 1954 ), Walk the Proud Land ( 1956 ) with Audie Murphy and Anne Bancroft, Alias Jesse James ( 1959 ) with Bob Hope, and Indian Paint ( 1964 ) with Johnny Crawford.
Robert Marion " Young Bob " La Follette, Jr. ( February 6, 1895 – February 24, 1953 ) was an American senator from Wisconsin from 1925 to 1947, the son of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., the brother of Philip La Follette, and Fola La Follette, whose husband was the playwright George Middleton.
Robert Brent " Bob " Thirsk, ( born August 17, 1953 ) is a Canadian engineer and physician, and a former Canadian Space Agency astronaut.
Some of the first training started in 1952 at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography where Andy Rechnitzer, Bob Dill and Connie Limbaugh taught the first scuba courses in the United States, then in 1953 Trevor Hampton created the first British diving school, the British Underwater Centre and in 1954 when Los Angeles County created an Underwater Instructor Certification Course based on the training that they received from the scientific divers of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Substitute hosts on the original version included Bill Hart ( 1951 ), John Reed King ( 1952 ), stunt creator Frank Wayne ( 1953 ), Bob Kennedy ( 1954 ), Win Elliot ( 1955 ), and Sonny Fox, who became Collyer's permanent substitute from 1957 to 1960.
Nevertheless, Jones seems to have directed the school more autocratically after 1953, when the assistant of Bob Jones, Sr., Theodore Mercer, was fired, apparently for trying to lead a faculty rebellion against the Joneses.
On his death in 1953, his two sons, Jack and Bob Ingham took over the small breeding operation and built it into the largest producer of chickens and turkeys in Australia.
Robert William " Bob " Latimer ( born March 13, 1953 ), a Canadian canola and wheat farmer, was convicted of second-degree murder in the death of his daughter Tracy ( November 23, 1980 – October 24, 1993 ).
He began his radio career in 1953 at 3BO in Bendigo before working at several rural radio stations prior to joining 2UE in 1957, the first of four terms at that Sydney radio station, during which time Laws, ( along with Bob Rogers, Tony Withersand and Stan Rofe ) became prominent as one of the first Australian disc jockeys to play rock ' n ' roll music.