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The Tigers were managed by Sparky Anderson and featured shortstop and native San Diegan Alan Trammell and outfielder Kirk Gibson, along with Lance Parrish and DH Darrell Evans.
It was hosted by comedians Dan Rowan and Dick Martin and featured, at various times, Chelsea Brown, Johnny Brown, Ruth Buzzi, Judy Carne, Richard Dawson, Henry Gibson, Arte Johnson, Goldie Hawn, Larry Hovis, Jeremy Lloyd, Dave Madden, Pigmeat Markham, Gary Owens, Pamela Rodgers, Barbara Sharma, Alan Sues, Lily Tomlin and Jo Anne Worley.
* Season 2 ( 1968 – 1969 ): Judy Carne, Henry Gibson, Goldie Hawn, Arte Johnson, Jo Anne Worley, Alan Sues, Charlie Brill and Mitzi McCall (" The Fun Couple "), Chelsea Brown, Dave Madden, Pigmeat Markham, Dick " Sweet Brother " Whittington, Byron Gilliam ( uncredited ),
* Season 3 ( 1969 – 1970 ): Judy Carne, Henry Gibson, Goldie Hawn, Arte Johnson, Jo Anne Worley, Alan Sues, Lily Tomlin, Byron Gilliam, Teresa Graves, Jeremy Lloyd, Pamela Rodgers, Stu Gilliam, Johnny Brown.
* Season 4 ( 1970 – 1971 ): Henry Gibson, Arte Johnson, Alan Sues, Lily Tomlin, Johnny Brown, Dennis Allen, Ann Elder, Nancie Phillips, Barbara Sharma, Harvey Jason, Richard Dawson.
** “ City of the Damned ,” written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, art by Steve Dillon ( episodes 1, 5 – 7, 12 – 13 ), Ron Smith ( 2 – 3, 10, 14 ), Kim Raymond ( 4, 11 ) and Ian Gibson ( 8 – 9 ), in 2000 AD # 393 – 406 ( 1984 )
** “ The Mind of Edward Bottlebum ,” written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, art by Ian Gibson, Judge Dredd Annual 1985 ( 1984 )
** “ A Fistful of Denimite ,” written by Alan Grant, art by Ian Gibson, in Judge Dredd Annual 1986 ( 1985 )
** “ Colin Wilson Block ,” written by Alan Grant, art by Ian Gibson, in 2000 AD Winter Special 1988 ( 1988 )
** “ Tomb of the Judges ,” written by John Wagner and Alan Grant, art by Ian Gibson, in 2000 AD # 496 – 498 ( 1986 )
* Tharg the Mighty: “ A Night 2 Remember ,” written by Pat Mills / Gordon Rennie / Robbie Morrison / Dan Abnett / John Tomlinson / Alan Grant / Grant Morrison / Mike Carey / Andy Diggle / Garth Ennis, art by Kevin O ' Neill / Frazer Irving / Ian Gibson / Simon Davis / Kev Walker / John Higgins / Steve Yeowell / Anthony Williams / Jock / Dave Gibbons, in 2000 AD # 1280 ( 2002 )
* Alan F. Gibson, Head of Transistor Group at RRE, then the first Professor of Physics at the University of Essex in 1963, and later Head of Laser Division of Rutherford Laboratory ( 1975 – 1983 ).
The Ballad of Halo Jones is a science fiction comic strip written by Alan Moore and drawn by Ian Gibson, with lettering by Steve Potter ( Books 1 & 2 ) and Richard Starkings ( Book 3 ).
The first Professors were appointed in May 1963: Alan Gibson in Physics, Peter Townsend in Sociology, Donald Davie in Literature, Richard Lipsey in Economics, Ian Proudman in Mathematics, Jean Blondel in Government, and John Bradley in Chemistry.
** " Aftermath Ron Reagan " ( by John Wagner and Alan Grant ( writers ) and Ian Gibson ( artist ), 2000 AD # 420, 1985 )
** " Aftermath Ron Reagan " ( by John Wagner and Alan Grant ( writers ) and Ian Gibson ( artist ), 2000 AD # 420, 1985 )
Barnet's first season in Division Two ended in relegation and Clemence left in 1996 to be replaced by Alan Mullery ( after a brief caretaker stint by Terry Bullivant and Terry Gibson ).
* The Cricket Captains of England by Alan Gibson ISBN 1-85145-395-4
Swanton and Alan Gibson later credited England's recovery in the series to Hutton's batting and leadership.
Many commentators viewed this as a sign that Hutton's reserve had slipped in the critical situation, but Alan Gibson believes it was a deliberate ploy to inspire Compton.
Cricket historian David Frith believes that " there was an apparent touch of genius about his batsmanship ", and Alan Gibson described Hutton's off drive as " the glory of the game.
Performers who sang with the group at various times included Sis Cunningham, ( John ) Peter Hawes and his brother Baldwin " Butch " Hawes, Bess Lomax Hawes ( wife of Butch and sister of Alan Lomax ), Cisco Houston, Arthur Stern, Josh White, Jackie ( Gibson ) Alper, Burl Ives, ( Hiram ) Jaime Lowden and Sam Gary.
According to Alan Gibson, however, although Sutcliffe was dependable in a crisis, " his batting never gave quite the same sense of majesty and excitement that Hammond's did ".
* Alan Gibson ( 1962 – 1975 )
Alan Gibson believed that Jardine was chosen because the other candidates were either not worth their place in the side, too old or had controversy attached to them.

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Alan wrote three very large theological textbooks, one being his first work, Summa Quoniam Homines.
In addition to his battle against moral decay, Alan wrote a work against Islam, Judaism and Christian heretics dedicated to William VIII of Montpellier.
Alan Jay Lerner was educated at Bedales School in England, The Choate School ( now Choate Rosemary Hall ) in Wallingford, Connecticut, ( where he wrote " The Choate Marching Song ") and Harvard.
Alan Garner wrote a children's fantasy novel called The Weirdstone of Brisingamen about an enchanted teardrop bracelet.
Writer Alan Grant has stated, " The Batman I wrote for 13 years isn't gay.
According to scholar Alan Dundes, who wrote extensively on the topic, the custom originated among Romani Gypsies in Wales ( Welsh Kale Gypsies ) and England ( English Romanichal Gypsies ).
Alan Bennett wrote the screenplay.
Following a 1 – 0 victory against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in February 2011, described by Alan Smith as " a quite brilliant display in terms of discipline and spirit " and a " defensive masterplan " by David Pleat, Henry Winter wrote, " it can only be a matter of time before he is confirmed as long-term manager ".
In 1996, physicist Alan Sokal wrote a nonsensical article entitled " Transgressing the Boundaries: Toward a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity ".
Howard Ashman, Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz had previous musical theatre experience and wrote songs for animated films during this time, supplanting Disney workhorses the Sherman Brothers.
In 1978, around the same time Roy Trubshaw wrote MUD, Alan E. Klietz wrote a game called Milieu using Multi-Pascal on a CDC Cyber 6600 series mainframe which was operated by the Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium.
John Alan Simon wrote, produced and directed a film adaptation of Radio Free Albemuth.
Whilst still at university, Cook wrote for Kenneth Williams, for whom he created an entire West End comedy revue called One Over the Eight, before finding prominence in his own right in a four-man group satirical stage show, Beyond the Fringe, with Jonathan Miller, Alan Bennett and Dudley Moore.
He was quiet and self-effacing, remarkably polite and obliging — a product, biographer Alan Clayson wrote, of his Southern upbringing.
Astronauts Alan Shepard, who was the first American in space, and Deke Slayton later wrote of how the sight of Sputnik I passing overhead inspired them to their new careers.
Alan Greenspan wrote that the bank failures of the 1930s were sparked by Great Britain dropping the gold standard in 1931.
In 1966 Alan Greenspan wrote " Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the confiscation of wealth.
The American historians ' Williamson Murray and Alan Millet wrote about Raeder's thinking about Norway: "... since fall 1939, Admiral Raeder had advocated an aggressive policy toward Scandinavia to protect ore shipments and to establish naval bases in the area.
Alan S. Brown and Chris Logan wrote in The Psychology of The Simpsons that Grampa has the least amount of " power " in the Simpson family, and that he is treated as little more than a child and is often ignored.
Ray Galton and Alan Simpson wrote for him from 1964 to 1966 when he worked for the BBC and also for a one-off show for Thames, Frankie Howerd meets the Bee Gees, shown on 20 August 1968.
British gardening personality Alan Titchmarsh wrote in 2003: " Chatsworth's greatest strength is that its owners have refused to let the garden rest on its Victorian laurels.
* In 2007, David Greig wrote an adaptation of The Bacchae for the National Theatre of Scotland starring Alan Cumming as Dionysus, with ten soul-singing followers in place of the traditional Greek chorus.
The British philosopher Alan Watts wrote extensively about this subject.
In five of the mystery novels she wrote under the name of Tey, the hero is Scotland Yard Inspector Alan Grant.

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