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In addition to Joe, Buck has three daughters who worked in broadcasting -- Julie Buck on KYKY 98. 1 in St. Louis ( she now works at KLOU-FM 103. 3, also in St. Louis ), Bonnie Buck, who currently works in television in Los Angeles, and Christine Buck, who started her career at KPLR-TV in St. Louis.
Camden Lock market proper started in a former timber-yard in 1973, and is now surrounded by five more markets: Buck Street market, Stables market, Camden Lock village, and an indoor market in the Electric Ballroom.
Despite the fact that his career in propane is later shown to have started with a chance meeting with Buck Strickland, in episode " Order of the Straight Arrow " a flashback to 1966 shows younger Hank, Dale, Bill and Boomhauer on a scouting trip, talking about what they're going to do when they grow up.
Only stuff from before I started making records, so it was pre-1989 — Waylon, Willie, Buck Owens, Haggard, Don Williams, Jim Croce.
The modern day Gentse Feesten were started in the summer of 1969 by Ghent singer Walter De Buck and the people from the Trefpunt cafe.
Buck and Stipe started writing music together ; at the time Stipe also spent time in a local group named Gangster.
To further the difficulties of the 2010 season, the Bombers started four different quarterbacks that year, due to injuries to Buck Pierce and Steven Jyles.
Topps Chewing Gum, Inc., now known as The Topps Company, Inc., started inserting trading cards into bubble gum packs in 1950 — with such topics as TV and film cowboy Hopalong Cassidy ; " Bring ' Em Back Alive " cards featuring Frank Buck on big game hunts in Africa ; and All-American football cards.
After that group ended, Diamond started Danny & Reid's Motion Machine, and Pyle teamed up with Andrew Zealley to form Greek Buck.
In 1996 she started to work on Pavilion of Women, a movie after the novel by Pearl S. Buck.
In March 1994, Rhodes started feuding with Bunkhouse Buck and Col. Robert Parker.
After a few years, they started their now classic series like Buck Danny by Hubinon and Charlier and Lucky Luke by Morris, while Franquin took over Spirou from Jijé.
Casablanca Records was an American record label started by Neil Bogart, who partnered with Cecil Holmes, Larry Harris, and Buck Reingold in 1973, and based in Los Angeles.
Lisa Marr and Lisa G. started another band ( Buck ) in 1998 once they moved to California from their native Vancouver.
By contrast, the broadcasting team in the CBS Radio booth next door, consisting of Jack Buck, Johnny Bench, and John Rooney, ran out as soon as the earthquake started.
In the 1920s the company introduced stainless steel to their production, and started making collectible character knives, which honored famous people such as George Washington, Babe Ruth, and Buck Rogers.
Upon learning there were not enough knives for soldiers who needed them, Hoyt Buck bought an anvil, forge and grinder to set up a blacksmith shop in the basement of his church and started making knives for US troops.
Boston pitcher Buck O ' Brien, who had pitched well in Game 3 but lost to Marquard, started again in Game 6 and was shelled for five runs in the bottom of the first inning.
Buck O ' Brien started this game over Red Sox ace Wood at the insistence of Red Sox owner Jimmy McAleer, over the protests of Boston manager Stahl.
After this fans started appearing at games with signs saying " Bring Back Buck ", which continues even to this day at sporting events throughout the world.
After his football career Buck started the construction company All Pro Construction, Inc. in Olathe, KS.

Buck and broadcasting
Prior to his broadcasting career, Buck attended Ohio State University, where he majored in radio speech and minored in Spanish.
Buck crafted his play-by-play skills broadcasting Ohio State basketball games.
Buck received the Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasting from the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1987, and the Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1996.
Buck began his broadcasting career in 1989 while he was an undergraduate at Indiana University.
This would mark the first time since 1960 that a member of the Buck family would not be part of the team's broadcasting crew.
In 2011, shortly after broadcasting Super Bowl XLV for Fox, Buck developed a virus on the nerves of his left vocal fold.
After several years as a color commentator on the Fox NFL Sunday pregame show, Collinsworth was assigned to the network's lead game broadcasting crew ( teaming with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman ) in 2002.

Buck and Cardinals
That same day, longtime Cardinals broadcaster Jack Buck died.
John Francis " Jack " Buck ( August 21, 1924 – June 18, 2002 ) was an American sportscaster, best known for his work announcing Major League Baseball games of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Buck was dropped from the Cardinals booth in 1959 to make room for Buddy Blattner ; the following year, he called Saturday Game of the Week telecasts for ABC.
Buck was re-hired by the Cardinals in 1961 after Blattner departed ; Garagiola left the following year, leaving Caray and Buck as the team's broadcast voices through 1969.
Buck and Shannon announcing Cardinals game at Busch, 1992
After Caray was fired by the Cardinals following the 1969 season, Buck ascended to the team's lead play-by-play role.
In 1972, retired Cardinals third baseman Mike Shannon joined Buck in the broadcast booth, beginning a 28-year partnership.
On Cardinals broadcasts, Buck routinely punctuated St. Louis victories with the expression, " That's a winner!
In 1975, Buck temporarily left his Cardinals baseball duties in order to host the NBC pregame show, GrandStand, alongside Bryant Gumbel.
On August 16, 1976, Buck called the first-ever NFL game played outside of the United States, a preseason exhibition between the St. Louis Cardinals and San Diego Chargers held at Korakuen Stadium in Tokyo, Japan.
( Buck also worked NBC's backup Game of the Week during the 1976 baseball season before returning to the Cardinals full-time in 1977.
Buck also served as a part-time radio broadcaster for the football Cardinals in 1980 and 1981 ( filling in when regular announcer Dan Kelly was busy doing hockey ), and returned to calling Sunday NFL games for CBS television from 1982 to 1987.
While Verne Lundquist replaced Summerall on games with lead analyst John Madden, Buck ( who was at the time the network's lead Major League Baseball announcer ) filled in for Lundquist, teaming with Dan Fouts to call two games ( both of which coincidentally featured the Cardinals, who had moved from St. Louis to Arizona by that time ).
Over the course of the 1990s, Buck decided to reduce his schedule to calling only Cardinals home games ( or 81 games a year unless there was a " special occurrence ").
" On a road trip to Wrigley Field on June 6, 2001, Buck sang the seventh-inning stretch tune, " Take Me Out to the Ballgame " substituting " the Cardinals " for the " the Cubs / home team " portion of the song.
In 1998, the Cardinals dedicated a bust of Buck that showed him smiling with a hand cupping his left ear.
Video Replay on the scoreboard at Busch Stadium shown on the 5th anniversary of the 9 / 11 attacks of Buck reading his For America poem at Busch Memorial Stadium before the first Cardinals game after the 9 / 11 attacks.
Buck wrote a poem named For America that he read at the first Cardinals game after the 9 / 11 attacks to describe his opinion and the general opinion, regarding defeating terrorism, of Americans after September 11.
Joe Buck has also done occasional local telecasts for the Cardinals as well as commercials for a local automobile dealership.
After the 1969 season, Caray was unexpectedly fired as the Cardinals ' lead broadcaster ( his broadcast partner Jack Buck replaced him ).
Buck and Shannon announcing Cardinals game at Busch, 1992
Buck was born in St. Petersburg, Florida ( where the St. Louis Cardinals, for whom his father broadcast, then conducted their spring training ) and raised in St. Louis where he attended St. Louis Country Day School.
Buck called play-by-play for the then-Louisville Redbirds, a minor league affiliate of the Cardinals, and was a reporter for ESPN's coverage of the Triple-A All-Star Game.

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