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Only a few more than 10,000 boats had been registered with the Division of Harbors and Rivers at the end of the 1960 boating season, but many had been taken out of the water early when the threat of a hurricane brought the season to an early close.
For the 1960-1961 season, The Carleton Players have announced Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca, The Knight Of The Burning Pestle by Beaumont and Fletcher and A Moon For The Misbegotten by Eugene O'Neill, with a pre-season production of The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams.
Once you become an avocado fan, you will look forward to the season each year with eager anticipation.
-- After 52 rainless days, moisture finally came to Del Mar, resulting in but one workout during the week for most of the horses, and leaving us with less than half our total average rainfall during the season.
Where a growing season may, with luck, allow 60 days without frost, and where the soil is poor, sandy, quick-drying and subject to erosion, many farmers fail.
He spoke of the season of dryness and dust, brought by the monsoon from the northeast, in harmony with the season of rain and mud, brought by the monsoon from the southwest.
Radio broadcasts had not begun and most devotees of baseball attended the games near home, in the town park or a pasture, with perhaps two or three trips to the city each season to see the Cubs or the Pirates or the Indians or the Red Sox.
The business of baseball began to prosper along with other entertainments, and performers -- thanks partly to George Herman Ruth's spectacular efforts each season to run his salary higher and higher -- prospered too.
They have the same men, no age problem, no injuries and they also have Vinegar Bend Mizell for the full season, along with Bobby Shantz ''.
The season in San Francisco will open with a special Gala Concert on November 22.
Guest performers and conductors during the coming season will include many renowned artists who began their careers playing with the orchestra, including violinists Yehudi Menuhin, Isaac Stern, Ruggiero Ricci and David Abel ; ;
The season will open at the new Hall of Flowers in Golden Gate Park on November 20 at 8:30 p.m. with a concert by the Mills Chamber Players.
Certainly not in Orchestra Hall where he has played countless recitals, and where Thursday night he celebrated his 20th season with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, playing the Brahms Concerto with his own slashing, demon-ridden cadenza melting into the high, pale, pure and lovely song with which a violinist unlocks the heart of the music, or forever finds it closed.
) She has since turned to Bellini, whose opera `` Beatrice Di Tenda '' in a concert version with the American Opera Society introduced her to New York last season.
Regina Resnik as Laura and Cesare Siepi as Alvise also were new to the cast, but only with respect to this season ; ;
They showed they were glad that Carnegie would have a major orchestra playing there so often next season to take up the slack with the departure to Lincoln Center of the New York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Boston Symphony.
How Maxwell recounts his first coming to Camusfearna, his furnishing the empty house with beach-drift, the subtle changes in season over ten years, is a moving experience.
During the breeding season, unpaired male aardwolves will search their own territory, as well as others ', for a female to mate with.
On average, the Atlantic is the saltiest major ocean ; surface water salinity in the open ocean ranges from 33 to 37 parts per thousand ( 3. 3 3. 7 %) by mass and varies with latitude and season.
Surface water temperatures, which vary with latitude, current systems, and season and reflect the latitudinal distribution of solar energy, range from below.
April ( ) is commonly associated with the season of spring in the Northern hemisphere and autumn in the Southern hemisphere, where it is the seasonal equivalent to October in the Northern hemisphere and vice versa.

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It was the first time we've been ahead this season ( when John Richey kicked what proved to be the winning field goal ) ''.
This view is presented in English poet John Keats ' poem To Autumn, where he describes the season as a time of bounteous fecundity, a time of ' mellow fruitfulness '.
The name Red Sox, chosen by owner John I. Taylor after the 1907 season, refers to the red hose in the team uniform beginning.
After Seifert was fired following the disastrous 2001 season, the Panthers hired New York Giants defensive coordinator John Fox as the team's third head coach.
In 2009, the Panthers finished with an 8 8 record, before finishing 2010 with a record of 2 14 ; following the 2010 season, Jerry Richardson decided not to re-sign John Fox, whose contract had expired.
After a disappointing 2010 season, John Fox's contract was not renewed and most of his coaching staff were let go.
After being released by the Panthers, the Saints acquired " Original Panther " John Kasay, who had an excellent 2011 season in New Orleans.
The 1949 season heralded the arrival on the VFL scene of John Coleman, arguably the greatest player in Essendon's history, and, in the view of some, the finest player the game has known.
Lachemann was replaced as manager midway through the season by director of player development, John Boles.
Three weeks after the no-no, Manager John Boles was fired and Hall of Famer Tony Perez was named interim manager for the rest of the season.
However, in the final round of the home and away season Essendon's champion full forward, John Coleman retaliated against Carlton full back, Harry Caspar and was reported and later suspended for four weeks.
The Colts finished 0 8 1 in the strike-shortened 1982 season and earned the team the right to select Stanford quarterback John Elway with the first overall pick, but Elway refused to play for Baltimore, and using leverage as a draftee of the New York Yankees baseball club, forced a trade to Denver.
* John Ford ( wide receiver ) ( born 1966 ), American football player in NFL who attended University of Virginia and was with Detroit Lions during 1989 season
During the 1765 season, four pilots were engaged at 4 shillings a day each: John Beck for the coast west of " Great St. Lawrence ", Morgan Snook for Fortune Bay, John Dawson for Connaigre and Hermitage Bay, and John Peck for the " Bay of Despair.
Spacey hosted Saturday Night Live twice: first in 1997 with musical guest Beck and special guests Michael Palin and John Cleese from Monty Python's Flying Circus ; and again in the last episode of season 31 with musical guest Nelly Furtado.
With the sale of Ian Rush to Juventus in 1987, Dalglish formed a new striker partnership of new signings John Aldridge and Peter Beardsley for the 1987 88 season, and he played only twice in a league campaign which saw Liverpool gain their 17th title.
Before the 1987 88 season, Dalglish signed a number of new players: Peter Beardsley from Newcastle, John Aldridge from Oxford United ( who replaced Ian Rush ); winger John Barnes from Watford ; and Oxford United midfielder Ray Houghton.
Several antiquaries beginning with John Brady offered a back-construction to its being originally known as Lamb-mass, under the undocumented supposition that tenants of the Cathedral of York, dedicated to St. Peter ad Vincula, of which this is the feast, would have been required to bring a live lamb to the church, or, with John Skinner, " because Lambs then grew out of season.
The only other bright spots of the season was Trevor Hoffman getting his 600th career save and the emergence of new closer John Axford.
That first season started with a 94 yard opening kickoff return for a touchdown by John Gilliam ( No other team in NFL history has ever returned a kickoff for a touchdown on its first attempt as a new franchise ), but the Saints lost that game 27 13 to the Los Angeles Rams at Tulane Stadium.

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