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In the 1921 English season, Australia emphasises the post-war superiority that it owes, in particular, to the pace duo of Jack Gregory and Ted McDonald.
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1921 and English
The club entered the Football League in 1921 with the formation of the old Third Division ( North ); after haunting the lower reaches of English football for forty years, they eventually resigned from the League in 1962, due to financial problems, and folded in 1965.
* The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Volume I Ch. 6. 5: De Consolatione Philosophiae, 1907 – 1921.
On November 29, 1921, the trustees declared it to be the express policy of the Institute to pursue scientific research of the greatest importance and at the same time " to continue to conduct thorough courses in engineering and pure science, basing the work of these courses on exceptionally strong instruction in the fundamental sciences of mathematics, physics, and chemistry ; broadening and enriching the curriculum by a liberal amount of instruction in such subjects as English, history, and economics ; and vitalizing all the work of the Institute by the infusion in generous measure of the spirit of research.
Consider roim ‘ crime ’ versus English crime or taunima ‘ to condemn, disapprove ’ versus Finnish tuomita ‘ to condemn, to judge ’ ( these Aavikisms appear in Aavik ’ s 1921 dictionary ).
J. Edgar Hoover was born on New Year's Day 1895 in Washington, D. C., to Anna Marie ( née Scheitlin ; 1860 – 1938 ), who was of German Swiss descent, and Dick Naylor Hoover, Sr. ( 1856 – 1921 ), of English and German ancestry.
The term is a transliteration of the Ancient Greek (), meaning " imitator, pretender ", and was used in 1904, by the German evolutionary biologist Richard Semon, best known for his development of the engram theory of memory, in his work Die mnemischen Empfindungen in ihren Beziehungen zu den Originalempfindungen, translated into English in 1921 as The Mneme.
The word transition was first used to describe the elements now known as the d-block by the English chemist Charles Bury in 1921, who referred to a transition series of elements during the change of an inner layer of electrons ( for example n = 3 in the 4th row of the periodic table ) from a stable group of 8 to one of 18, or from 18 to 32.
Violette Szabo was born Violette Reine Elizabeth Bushell in Paris, France, on 26 June 1921, the second child of a French mother and an English taxi-driver father, who had met during World War I.
1921 and season
In the 2004 – 05 season, 660 clubs entered the competition, beating the long-standing record of 656 from the 1921 – 22 season.
They played their first-ever County Championship match there in 1921, competing there every season ( except while first-class cricket was suspended during the Second World War ), their last match being against Somerset County Cricket Club in August 1966.
Newspaper accounts of the era report on a number of other drama experiments by America's commercial radio stations: KYW broadcast a season of complete operas from Chicago starting in November 1921.
The 1921 – 22 season ended in triumph with promotion and marked the beginning of a 31-year stay in Division 2.
Finishing minor premier with only one loss for the season in 1921, the Blues were the hottest premiership favourite, yet Richmond managed to beat them in two classic finals matches played over successive weeks to go back-to-back.
In 2007, the Packers completed their 51st season at Lambeau, breaking the all-time NFL record set by the Chicago Bears at Wrigley Field ( 1921 – 70 ).
In fact, the Seattle Symphony and the Seattle Civic Symphony did not merge in 1921, since the personnel lists of the last Seattle Symphony concert of the 1920-21 season and the first season of the Seattle Civic Symphony have no more than one name in common.
This sharing agreement lasted into 1921 when Miller formed the new Union Quakers of Philadelphia, but All-Americans owner Frank McNeil put a halt to the agreement halfway through the 1921 season after the Quakers played the Canton Bulldogs and wore out the All-Americans players.
Meanwhile, George Halas and the Chicago Staleys, manage to capture second place in the AFPA in 1921, with their only loss of the season against Buffalo.
Much like in 1927, the Bisons failed to win a game in their final season until their final game, when in a case of cosmic irony they upset the Chicago Bears 19-7 ; thus, the very team that had spoiled their lossless season in 1921 had spoiled their winless season in 1929.
The Heralds were reorganized into the Detroit Tigers, after the city's major league baseball team, for the 1921 season.
The team played in the American Professional Football Association ( now the National Football League ) during the 1921 season, and continued to operate as a football club until 1941.
The Staleys won, 6-0 ; the Tigers dropped out of the league right afterward and, after playing one game against the independent Thorn Tornadoes, folded, with the Staleys moving to Chicago ( later to become the Chicago Bears ) one week into the 1921 season.
For the 1921 season, the name of the team was changed to the Indians, partly because it was a stock name in Cleveland ( a baseball team had also used the name since 1915 ) but more because three Native Americans were signed away from the Canton Bulldogs.
They first use of the Indians name came in 1921, when the Cleveland Tigers became the " Cleveland Indians " before folding after the 1921 season.