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Bordentown Military Institute
The Bordentown Military Institute was a private high school in Bordentown, New Jersey, United States, from 1881 to 1973. History[edit] The institute was created in 1881, when Reverend William Bowen purchased the Spring Villa Female Seminary building and reopened it as the Bordentown Military Institute. In 1972, it was merged with the Lenox School in Lenox, Massachusetts. The combined entity was shut down the following year as the Vietnam War
Vietnam War
reduced the popularity of a military education.[1] Notable graduates[edit] Willard Dickerman Straight
Willard Dickerman Straight
(1880–1918) Mario Carlo Tucci (born September 1928), owner of Delmonico's Restaurant, New York Barry T. Parker (born December 12, 1932) Nicholas S. H. Krawciw
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City Mayors
The City Mayors Foundation, also known as City Mayors, is an international think tank dedicated to urban affairs.[1] It has been active since 2003 and runs the biennial World Mayor award, as well as providing pro bono consultancy services. Unlike Eurocities and United Cities and Local Governments it is wholly independent of any city.[2] City Mayors has instituted a Code of Ethics for city leaders who wish to perform their duties beyond all reproach. Preamble from the Code: "Good and honest local government is the foundation of any nation that strives to provide its citizens with happiness, security and prosperity. Incompetence, corruption and misconduct in local government threaten fundamental decency in a society."[3] The foundation also publishes books as an imprint on urban affairs. The City Mayors Foundation commissions the trophy presented as the World Mayor Award
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Chris Short
Christopher Joseph "Style" Short (September 19, 1937 – August 1, 1991) was a Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies (1959–1972), and in his final year, for the Milwaukee Brewers (1973). He was a left-handed pitcher, but batted righty. He was born in Milford, Delaware. Short was considered a top pitcher from 1964 through 1968 with the Phillies. He was 17–9 in 1964, with a 2.20 ERA in 220​2⁄3 innings pitched. It was his career-best ERA and was third in the league behind only Sandy Koufax
Sandy Koufax
(1.74) and Don Drysdale
Don Drysdale
(2.18). Teammate Jim Bunning
Jim Bunning
was 5th that season with a 2.63 ERA. Juan Marichal finished 4th (2.48). That year, however, the Phillies and Short suffered a heartbreaking loss in the pennant race
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Stan Walters
Stanley Peter Walters, Jr. (born May 27, 1948) is a former professional American football
American football
offensive tackle. After playing college football for Syracuse, he was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals
in the ninth round of the 1972 NFL Draft. He spent three years with the Bengals, starting at left tackle for the majority of his tenure, before he was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles
in 1975. A two-time Pro Bowl
Pro Bowl
selection with the Eagles, Walters started in 122 consecutive games at left tackle in his nine years with the team
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Trenton Thunder
The Trenton Thunder
Trenton Thunder
is an American Minor League Baseball
Minor League Baseball
team based in Trenton, New Jersey, that is the Double-A affiliate of the New York Yankees. The Thunder plays in the Eastern Division of the Eastern League. The Thunder's home stadium is Arm & Hammer Park.Contents1 History1.1 Notable alumni 1.2 Retired numbers 1.3 Season records 1.4 Playoff appearances2 Arm & Hammer Park 3 Mascots3.1 Boomer 3.2 Cloudman 3.3 Chase, Derby and Rookie4 Ownership 5 Current roster 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] The Trenton Thunder
Trenton Thunder
were founded in 1980 in Glens Falls, New York, as the Glens Falls White Sox. The team was affiliated with the Chicago White Sox from 1980–1984
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Willis Group Holdings
Willis Group
Willis Group
Holdings plc is a multinational risk advisor, insurance brokerage and reinsurance brokerage company with its headquarters in the Willis Building in London. It is the world's fourth-largest insurance broker when measured by revenues.[1] Willis has around 400 offices in 120 countries and approximately 18,000 employees.[2] Willis was previously listed on the New York Stock Exchange
New York Stock Exchange
before its early-2016 'merger of equals' with Towers Watson
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Floyd Little
Floyd Douglas Little (born July 4, 1942) is a former American football halfback,[1] and was a three-time All-American at Syracuse University. In 1967, he was the 6th selection of the first common AFL-NFL draft. He was the first ever first-round draft pick to sign with the American Football League's Denver Broncos, where he was known simply as "The Franchise." Little was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame
College Football Hall of Fame
in 1983 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Pro Football Hall of Fame
in 2010.Contents1 College career 2 Professional career 3 Other 4 Awards and honors 5 Statistics 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksCollege career[edit] Little is the only three-time All-American running back to compete for the Syracuse University
Syracuse University
Orangemen.[2] He finished 5th in Heisman Trophy voting in both 1965 and 1966.1964: 157 carries for 874 yards and 9 TD
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Vietnam War
North Vietnamese victoryWithdrawal of American-led forces from Indochina Communist governments take power in South Vietnam, Cambodia
Cambodia
and Laos South Vietnam
South Vietnam
is annexed by North VietnamTerritorial changes Reunification of North and
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Lenox, Massachusetts
Lenox is a town in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United States. Set in Western Massachusetts, it is part of the Pittsfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 5,025 at the 2010 census.[1] Lenox is the site of Tanglewood, summer home of the Boston
Boston
Symphony Orchestra. Lenox includes the villages of New Lenox and Lenoxdale, and is a tourist destination during the summer.Contents1 History 2 Geography 3 Demographics 4 Government 5 Education 6 Sites of interest 7 Notable residents 8 See also 9 References 10 External linksHistory[edit]View of Lenox in 1839The area was inhabited by Mahicans, Algonquian speakers who largely lived along the Hudson and Housatonic Rivers.[2] Hostilities during the French and Indian Wars
French and Indian Wars
discouraged settlement by European colonial settlers until 1750, when Jonathan and Sarah Hinsdale from Hartford, Connecticut, established a small inn and general store
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Nicholas S. H. Krawciw
Nicholas S. H. Krawciw (Ukrainian: Микола Кравців) is a retired United States Army Major General who served two tours of duty in the Vietnam War, and served as Commanding General of the 3rd Infantry Division from 1987 to 1989.Contents1 Early life 2 Military career 3 Post military 4 Honors 5 Awards and decorations 6 See also 7 References 8 Further reading 9 External linksEarly life[edit] Nicholas Krawciw was born on November 28, 1935,[1] to Bohdan and Neonila Krawciw, in Lviv, Galicia, Poland (present-day Ukraine). His family moved to Germany during World War II, and to the United States in 1949. As a youth, Nick grew up in a Philadelphia Ukrainian-American community and is able to speak the Ukrainian language. He was a member of Plast, a Ukrainian scouting organization, and attended the Bordentown Military Institute
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Barry T. Parker
Barry T. Parker (born December 12, 1932) is an American Republican Party politician who served in both the New Jersey General Assembly and the New Jersey Senate. Biography[edit] Parker was born in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey[1] in 1932 and graduated from the Bordentown Military Institute in 1950. He received his A.B. degree from Bucknell University in 1954 and his LL.B. degree from Rutgers University in 1960.[2] Parker was first elected to the General Assembly in 1965 and was reelected in 1967 and 1969. He was named Speaker of the Assembly in 1971. While serving as Speaker, he was elected to the State Senate. He was reelected in 1973 and 1977 and served as Minority Leader.[2] Parker did not seek reelection for his Senate seat in 1981, instead running for Governor of New Jersey. In a crowded field for the Republican primary, he garnered 7% of the vote, coming in fifth behind Thomas Kean (31%), Paterson Mayor Lawrence F. Kramer (21%), businessman Joseph A
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Robert William Duncan, Jr.
Robert William Duncan (born July 5, 1948) is an American Anglican bishop. He was the first primate and archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) from June 2009 to June 2014.[1] In 1997, he was elected bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh. In 2008, a majority of the diocesan convention voted to leave the diocese and the Episcopal Church and, in October 2009, named their new church the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh. (The Episcopal Church continued to maintain its Diocese of Pittsburgh under new leadership.) Duncan served as bishop for the new Anglican diocese until 10 September 2016 upon the installation of his successor, Jim Hobby. Duncan served as moderator of the Anglican Communion Network from 2003 to 2009 and chairman of the Common Cause Partnership from 2004 until the creation of the Anglican Church in North America. He has honorary doctorates from General Theological Seminary (1996) and Nashotah House (2006)
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Douglas Palmer
Douglas Harold Palmer (born October 19, 1951) was the first African-American mayor of Trenton, New Jersey. Biography[edit] He was born in Trenton and attended Trenton public schools. He then graduated from the Bordentown Military Institute in Bordentown, New Jersey. He is a graduate of Virginia's private black college Hampton University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management in 1973. He took office as mayor of Trenton on July 1, 1990, having defeated former city council president and mayor Carmen Armenti.[1] Palmer is a member of the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition,[2] a bipartisan group with a stated goal of "making the public safer by getting illegal guns off the streets." The Coalition is co-chaired by Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Palmer announced at a press conference December 7, 2009, that he would not seek a sixth term as mayor of Trenton. References[edit]^ "Douglas Palmer". City Mayors
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Joe Plumeri
Joseph J. "Joe" Plumeri II (born July 7, 1943, in Trenton, New Jersey) is vice chairman of the First Data
First Data
Board of Directors
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Lenox School For Boys
Lenox School was a private preparatory school for students in grades nine through twelve in Lenox, Massachusetts. The school was affiliated with the Protestant Episcopal Church.Contents1 School history 2 Notable alumni 3 References 4 External linksSchool history[edit] The school opened in 1926 under the leadership of Rev. G. Gardner Monks, the school's first headmaster. In 1946 the Rev. Robert L. Curry, D.D. became the second and longest serving headmaster, leaving in 1969. Over the years Lenox's enrollment ranged from 150 to 250 boys with about 32 teachers or masters. The school was modeled on the English public school system and instead of grades to designate classes, the term 'forms' was used. Third Form referred to the freshman year through the Sixth Form for the senior year. The school used a system of 'prefects' who were members of the Sixth Form and were elected by the senior class or appointed by the headmaster
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