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In 1909, Albert Murphree was appointed the second president of the university, and organized several of the colleges of the university, increased enrollment from under 200 to over 2, 000, and he was instrumental in the founding of the Florida Blue Key leadership society.
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* American — Bloch, Albert: Many works, including Harlequinade ( 1911 ), Piping Pierrot ( 1911 ), Harlequin and Pierrot ( 1913 ), Three Pierrots and Harlequin ( 1914 ); Bradley, Will: Various posters and illustrations ( see, e. g., " Banning " under Poetry below ); Heintzelman, Arthur William: Pierrot ( n. d .); Hopper, Edward: Soir Bleu ( 1914 ); Kuhn, Walt: The White Clown ( 1929 ); Parrish, Maxfield: Pierrot's Serenade ( 1908 ), The Lantern-Bearers ( 1908 ), Her Window ( 1922 ); Sloan, John: Clown Making Up ( 1909 ).
On December 17, 1909, Leopold II died at Laeken, and the Belgian crown passed to Albert, the son of Leopold's brother, Philip, Count of Flanders.
* 1909 — Albert Einstein together with Marcel Grossmann starts to develop a theory which would bind metric tensor g < sub > ik </ sub >, which defines a space geometry, with a source of gravity, that is with mass
Albert I ( April 8, 1875 – February 17, 1934 ) reigned as King of the Belgians from 1909 through 1934.
Shortly before his accession to the throne in 1909, Albert undertook an extensive tour of the Belgian Congo, which had been annexed by Belgium in 1908 ( after having been previously owned by King Leopold II of Belgium as his personal property ), finding the area in poor condition.
Following the death of his uncle, Leopold II, Albert succeeded to the Belgian throne in December 1909, since Albert's own father had already died in 1905.
During the election campaign Lloyd George talked of “ guarantees ” and Asquith ( in his Albert Hall Speech, December 1909 ) of “ safeguards ” which would be necessary before forming another Liberal government, but in fact the King informed Asquith that he would not even be willing to contemplate creating peers until after a second General Election.
However, Sigmund Feist ( 1909 ) rejects the theory on etymological grounds, as does Albert Morley Sturtevant ( 1951 ) on the grounds of major difficulties, and their points have led Bruce Lincoln ( 1977 ) to comment that " there is no reason whatever to contend that nagl-does not have its usual meaning of " nail " and that Naglfar is anything other than the nail-ship, just as Snorri describes it.
Albert Edward Mead was the fifth Governor of Washington and served in that position from 1905 to 1909.
Between 1909 and 1931, a collection of 72, 000 Autochrome photographs, documenting life at the time in 50 countries around the world, was created by French banker Albert Kahn.
The trophy was commissioned in 1909 by Albert Grey, 4th Earl Grey, Canada's Governor General, who originally hoped to donate it for Canada's senior amateur hockey championship.
He became the 17th Governor of Minnesota on September 21, 1909, when Governor John Albert Johnson died, and served until January 5, 1915.
Adele and Albert undertook two major decoration efforts at the estate: the first at the mansion's initial outfitting in 1909 which incorporated earlier Herter Brothers furnishings, new Tiffany lamps designed by Albert Herter, original wall hangings and works of art by both Albert and Adele as well as by other California artists.
Franz Albert Seyn () ( July 27, 1862-summer of 1918 ) was a Russian general who was Governor-General of Finland between November 24, 1909 and March 16, 1917.
He lost championship matches to Max Judd ( 1890, + 3-7 = 0 ), S. Lipschütz ( 1892, + 1-7 = 7 ), Albert Hodges ( 1894, + 3-5 = 1 ), Harry Nelson Pillsbury ( twice, 1897 (+ 7-11 = 3 ) and 1898 (+ 3-7 = 2 ), and Frank Marshall ( 1909, + 2-7 = 3 ).
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O'Banion's first conflict with the police came in 1909, at seventeen, when he was committed to Bridewell Prison for three months for burglary ; ;
In 1909, Hans Geiger and Ernest Marsden, under the direction of physicist Ernest Rutherford, bombarded a sheet of gold foil with alpha rays — by then known to be positively charged helium atoms — and discovered that a small percentage of these particles were deflected through much larger angles than was predicted using Thomson's proposal.
Electric street lighting was introduced in 1900 and electric trams were transporting passengers in 1909.
Thomson theorized that multiple electrons revolved in orbit-like rings within a positively charged jelly-like substance, and between the electron's discovery and 1909, this " plum pudding model " was the most widely accepted explanation of atomic structure.
In 1909 Ernest Rutherford discovered that the positive half of atoms was tightly condensed into a nucleus,
Chapman was the second player to die from injuries sustained in a Major League Baseball game, the first being Doc Powers in 1909.
The Catholic Encyclopedia ( 1909 ) called this confusion a " distortion of the true facts " and suggested that it arose because the " Liber Pontificalis ", which at this point may be registering a reliable tradition, says that this Felix built a church on the Via Aurelia, which is where the Roman martyr of an earlier date was buried.
" At that time ( 1909 ) the Roman Martyrology had the following text: This entry was based on what the Catholic Encyclopedia called later legends that confound the relative positions of Felix and Liberius.
However the longest continuously-singing group is probably The Whiffenpoofs of Yale University, which was formed in 1909 and once included Cole Porter as a member.
Arthur William à Beckett ( 25 October 1844 Fulham-14 January 1909 London ) was an English journalist and intellectual.
The 1904 Thomson model was disproved by the 1909 gold foil experiment, which was interpreted by Ernest Rutherford in 1911
Alfred Gerald Caplin ( September 28, 1909 – November 5, 1979 ), better known as Al Capp, was an American cartoonist and humorist best known for the satirical comic strip Li ' l Abner.
The Burgess Shale was discovered by palaeontologist Charles Walcott in 1909, towards the end of the season's fieldwork.
" By the Way " was originally a column in the Globe, consisting of unsigned humorous pieces ; P. G. Wodehouse was assistant editor of the column from August 1903 and editor from August 1904 to May 1909, during which time he was assisted by Herbert Westbrook.
In March 1909, Serbia was forced to accept the annexation and restrain anti-Habsburg agitation by Serbian nationalists.
Bogdanov was then involved with setting up Vpered, which ran the Capri Party School from August to December 1909.
Cyril Northcote Parkinson ( 30 July 1909 – 9 March 1993 ) was a British naval historian and author of some sixty books, the most famous of which was his bestseller Parkinson's Law, which led him to be also considered as an important scholar within the field of public administration.