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  • Bobby Shafto

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    BOBBY SHAFTO Bobby Shafto's gone to sea, silver buckles on his knee, He'll come back and marry me, Bonny Bobby Shafto Bobby Shafto's tall and slim, he's always dressed so neat and trim The lasses they aal keek at him! Bonny Bobby Shafto Bobby Shafto's gone to sea, silver buckles on his knee He'll come back and marry me, Bonny Bobby Shafto Bobby Shafto's gettin' a bairn, for to dangle in his airm In his airm and on his knee, Bonny Bobby Shafto Bobby Shafto's gone to sea, silver buckles on his knee

  • Biography Of Bobby Darin

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    Rock & Roll Singer "My goal is to be remembered as a human being and as a great performer" (Scalia). Bobby Darin, born Walden Robert Cassotto on May 14th 1936 and later died on December 20th 1973 at the age of 37. Darin was an American singer, songwriter, and actor of film and television. He was the son of an Italian-born cabinet maker in Bronx, New York. He had a normal childhood as many did and was backed with a loving family who supported and encouraged his every musical move. As a child he suffered

  • Bobby Orr Biography

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    of a great person is Bobby Orr. Robert Gordon “Bobby” Orr, OC was born on March 20, 1948, to Arva and Doug Orr. He grew up in Parry Sound, Ontario, which is in Canada, during the 1950’s. Bobby Orr had 5 siblings, including brothers and sisters. Attending Victory Elementary, he moved out of Parry Sound at age 14. Because he likes to keep his childhood life private, not too much about his childhood is available to the public. Best known for his professional hockey career, Bobby Orr never went to college

  • The Battle of The Sexes: Billy Riggs v. Bobby King

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    Billy Riggs v. Bobby King On September 20, 1973 Billie Jean King went against Bobby Riggs in an event known to most people as the “Battle of the Sexes” Riggs was known to be very cocky and called King out by saying “ “the best way to handle women is to keep them pregnant and barefoot.” To many peoples surprise King beat Billie in this tennis match with a score of 6-4, 6-3, and 6, 3 with thousands of fans watching the game at the Astrodome. In the opinions of many people, this game has become a

  • Bobby Knight

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    Bobby Knight In the San Juan heat of 1984, coaching legend Bobby Knight became infamous for his assault on a Puerto Rican security guard over a practice time during the Olympic preliminaries (Biography 2). Headlines of one of the most famous college basketball coaches of all time haven’t come to an end since. The veteran coach from the state of Ohio has since thrown a chair across a gym floor, been video taped choking a player, and assaulted school employees and fellow students on the campus

  • History Of Bobbies

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    1. Bobbies - The term bobbies is defined by the Criminal Justice Today textbook as the popular British name given to members of Sir Robert (Bob) Peel 's Metropolitan Police Service" (Schmalleger 139). A bobby is also known as a constable, which is an official of a Municipal Corporation whose primary duties are to protect and preserve the peace of the community. Additionally, London 's bobbies were organized around two principles, which are; the belief that it was possible to discourage crime, and

  • Bobby Knight

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    Robert Montgomery "Bobby" Knight (born October 25, 1940 in Massillon, Ohio) is the head men's basketball coach at Texas Tech University. He previously held the same position at Indiana University and the United States Military Academy. Knight is one of NCAA Division I college basketball's most controversial coaches but is the third all-time winningest coach in the men's division, behind Dean Smith and Adolph Rupp. With only 10 wins separating him and all-time leader Dean Smith, Knight will probably

  • Biography of Bobby Cox

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    Biography of Bobby Cox Throughout his career, Bobby Cox never got the fame that every coach wants. He did his job and never complained about it. With all the criticism that he has gotten over the years he still puts together a well organized and in the most part well behaved team in baseball. Starting off as a player himself, he will always be remembered as one of the best managers of all time. He was born on May 21 in 1941 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Attended a high school and junior college in

  • Bobby in Rush Review

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    Bobby was a business man with black hair and brown eyes, since he was a businessman he was expected to wear a black suit with a white shirt, he also needed to wear a tie to make the look all the more classy. Being the business man he needs to visit many different parts of the world for meetings. Bobby was running late for a meeting in Mississauga. Bobby lives in New York. The conclusion to this story was rather unexpected. Bobby decided to take the Super Express so he could make it in time for the

  • The Firing of Bobby Knight

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    The Firing of Bobby Knight Bobby Knight, longtime Indiana men’s head basketball coach, was recently fired. This firing sparked a controversy among basketball fans throughout the nation; did he deserve to be fired? I believe that Bobby Knight deserved to be fired. Although coach Knight is one of the best coaches in the nation and has earned the respect of countless numbers of fans including myself, I do not believe that a coach should be able to act the way he acted and get away with it. Coach