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* 1972 – JR Richards, American singer-songwriter, and musician ( Dishwalla )
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He was the fourth child of Ondrej Varchola ( Americanized as Andrew Warhola, Sr., 1889 – 1942 ) and Júlia ( née Zavacká, 1892 – 1972 ), whose first child was born in their homeland and died before their move to the U. S. Andy had two older brothers, Paul, born about 1923, and John, born about 1925.
* 1972 – Vietnam War: Easter Offensive – American forces begin sustained air strikes and naval bombardments.
* 1886 – Athenagoras I, Greek religious leader, 268th Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople ( d. 1972 )
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Getting to know several notable countercultural figures of the time, including Tennessee Williams, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, Marianne Faithfull and Anton LaVey, Anger involved them in his subsequent Thelemite-themed works, Invocation of My Demon Brother ( 1969 ) and Lucifer Rising ( 1972 ).
White received 1, 697, 870 votes ( 53. 2 percent ) to Clements ' 1, 465, 537 ( 45. 9 percent ) in a year where Texas Democrats swept all the statewide offices being led by U. S. Senator Lloyd Bentsen ( who won a third six-year term to the Senate ) and the legendary Lieutenant Governor of Texas William P. Hobby Jr. ( Hobby was first elected lieutenant governor in 1972 ) both of whom carried the Democratic Party's statewide banner which also included the elections of Jim Mattox as state attorney general, Bob Bullock, who won his third term as Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts-having been elected in 1974, Ann Richards as state treasurer, Garry Mauro as Commissioner of the General Land Office, and Jim Hightower as Texas Commissioner of Agriculture while Democrats easily maintained their majorities in both houses of the Texas Legislature.
# King of Moomba ( 1967 to 1987 ): British actor Robert Morley ( 1967 ), British actor Alfred Marks ( 1968 ), Italian opera singer Tito Gobbi ( 1969 ), featherweight boxing champion Johnny Famechon ( 1970 ), Russian clown Oleg Popov ( 1971 ), pop singer Johnny Farnham ( 1972 ) with Collingwood footballer Lou Richards as his Jester, indigenous Pastor Sir Douglas Nicholls ( 1973 ), ballet dancer Sir Robert Helpmann ( 1974 ), entertainer Rolf Harris ( 1975 ), entertainer Barry Crocker ( 1976 ), Disney character Mickey Mouse as King of Moomba and TV Personality Ugly Dave Gray as a Jester ( 1977 ), first Melbourne born king, entertainer Bert Newton ( 1978 ), entertainer Graham Kennedy ( 1979 ), TV actor Paul Cronin ( 1980 ), Richards again but this time as King ( 1981 ), film, TV and stage actor Frank Thring ( 1982 ), TV Personality Daryl Somers ( 1983 ), footballer Kevin Bartlett ( 1984 ), TV Personality Ian " Molly " Meldrum ( 1985 ), motor racing driver Peter Brock ( 1986 ) and champion doubles tennis player Paul McNamee ( 1987 ).
Richards Elementary School ( designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes and built in 1965 ) and Par 3 Golf Course and Clubhouse ( designed by Bruce Adams and built in 1972 ) make up the other two-thirds of the " town square ".
The Braves failed to contend in 1970 and 1971 and, Richards was fired in the middle of the 1972 season, replaced by Eddie Robinson.
Steven Richards ( born 11 July 1972 in Auckland, New Zealand ) is a New Zealand racing driver, currently competing in the Porsche Carrera Cup Australia with the Laser Racing team.
The Hollywood Palladium was the same Sunset Strip theatre Richards was thrown off the stage of, in 1972, when he tried to join his idol Chuck Berry.
The song, which peaked at # 3 on the R & B singles chart and # 10 on the pop singles chart in the beginning of 1972, was one of the Jackson 5 hits produced by The Corporation: Berry Gordy, Freddie Perren, Alphonzo Mizell, and Deke Richards.
After Richards became the vice president for baseball operations ( in effect, general manager ) of the Atlanta Braves of the National League during 1966, Harris followed as manager of AAA Richmond, and, then, from 1968 to the middle of the 1972 season, as manager of the big-league Braves.
When the Braves slumped in ensuing years, Richards was fired during the 1972 season, and Harris was replaced as manager by former Braves ' third baseman Eddie Mathews.
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