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  Encyclopedia: Bob Elliott (comedian)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Robert Brackett Elliott (March 26, 1923—) is an American comedian, formerly one-half of the comedy duo of Bob and Ray.
Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding were an American comedy duo that began in radio in 1946 with a daily 15-minute show titled Matinee With Bob and Ray.
Chris Elliott (born May 31, 1960 in New York City) is an American comedian and the son of comedian Bob Elliott.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Bob-Elliott-(comedian)   (614 words)

 Elliott Award   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bob Elliott's distinguished career in education spanned every level of schooling -- from the local campus to the central office to the state department and the university.
Bob was a generous host to family and friends, and he regularly participated in the social activities of the department and the university.
Bob was always willing to "go the extra mile" to support his family and his colleagues in all their endeavors.
www.tarleton.edu /~teacherfield/info-ElliottAward.html   (548 words)

 bob_elliott.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bob Elliott is the finest basketball player to ever come out of the Ann Arbor Area.
At Arizona, Bob was a three time academic and athletic all-American, leading his team to one Western Athletic Conference championship and two NCAA tournament appearances.
Bob received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree and later, and MBA from the University of Arizona.
pioneer.aaps.k12.mi.us /Ath/history/bob_elliott.html   (266 words)

 A Bob and Ray Retrospective
Bob and Ray, the radio performance, extends from 1946, their first show on WHDH in Boston, "Matinee with Bob and Ray," to 1986, their final show on NPR, "The Bob and Ray Public Radio Show." It is one of the great oeuvres in American humorous literature.
Bob and Ray, both serious radio announcers at one time, one day discovered that they could be comedians by intentionally trying and failing to be wonderful when less than nothing was going on.
To appreciate Bob Elliott's jovially vile Arthur Sturdley, you should have a fairly developed critical judgment of Arthur Godfrey, himself a radio artist of considerable parts and power in the Fifties, a voice stylist, adenoidally resonant, slow and precise in articulation, playing a signature laugh, one slow in sequence, at once genial and obscurely threatening.
wings.buffalo.edu /AandL/english/faculty/schmitz/bobray.htm   (5239 words)

Bob Elliott: I think they stand a real good chance of getting to the post season and winning the wild card, which means they would face Cleveland, who they have beaten 4 out of 5, or Texas.
Bob Elliott: I don't think they are as talented as the Yankees, I think they have more talent than the Bosox with (Tom Gordon injured) and Pedro (missing some time), it really doesn't matter how they do against Boston.
Bob Elliott: I just fell into it in Kingston, I was a scorekeeper and part of the duties was to phone the radio stations and do up a boxscore for the papers.
www.canoe.ca /SlamChats/elliott_bob_080599.html   (1808 words)

 SLAM! Baseball: Bob Elliott Chat
Bob Elliott: Mondesi is eligible to come off the DL next weekend August 5th and the further tests have indicated that the injury is not as bad as was first thought.
Bob Elliott: This is Fregosi's 15th season managing in the major leagues, he's old-school and he did not want to replace his pitching coach Rick Langford.
Bob Elliott: September and the pennant race is the best time of the regular season, but the final days leading up to the trade deadline are the second-most exciting and it should be another very interesting weekend heading up to Monday's 4:00 p.m.
www.jdeq.com /SlamChats/elliott_bob_072800.html   (1581 words)

 Bob Elliott (comedian) -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Elliott was born in (Click link for more info and facts about Boston, Massachusetts) Boston, Massachusetts.
In 1990, Elliott portrayed Fred Peterson in the television series (Click link for more info and facts about Get A Life) Get A Life, which starred his real-life son (Click link for more info and facts about Chris Elliott) Chris Elliott as his son in the show.
In 1994, Elliott appeared in the (Click link for more info and facts about Tim Burton) Tim Burton–produced film (A young man acting as a servant on a ship) Cabin Boy, where he played his real-life son's father once again.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/B/Bo/Bob_Elliott_(comedian).htm   (143 words)

 Northern Force
Elliott, who was nominated for induction into the Hall Of Fame two years ago, had a popular and successful career behind the wheel of his Northern Force Funny Cars and is one of only four drivers in the world to have competed in all three styles of funny car: alcohol, nitro-methane, and jet turbine powered.
Elliott, along with partners Bill and Vince Vanni, purchased an alcohol-powered Funny Car in 1981 from Gary Henderson of Cam Dynamics in Tennessee, and for the next few years, the Northern Force was a power to be reckoned with, establishing an 80 percent win ratio.
Elliott came back to spend time with his family and work with his trucking and distribution business to the point that now he is semi-retired and actively engaged in organizing a Top Fuel Dragster team.
northernforce.com   (1613 words)

 Bob Elliott Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bob Elliott was born on Sunday, November 26, 1916, in San Francisco, California.
Elliott was 23 years old when he broke into the big leagues on September 2, 1939, with the Pittsburgh Pirates, and his Major League Baseball stats for every season he played, along with his career totals are on this page.
Bob Elliott's biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable) career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this Bob Elliott baseball statistics page.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=elliobo01   (217 words)

 Ramblin' Jack Elliott   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Elliott moved to California in 1965 and he's been on the road ever since, preferring to travel to gigs in smaller venues in his motorhome.
Elliott will set his preferences aside and probably breathe a heavy sigh as he prepares to embark next week on a 16-day, 12-city tour with three other musicians on Oakland's Hightone Records label.
Elliott, Dave Alvin, Tom Russell and Chris Smither will stop at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco next Thursday in the only Bay Area date on what is being billed as the Monsters of Folk tour.
home.comcast.net /~2samsons/Chris/Writing/Musicians/elliott.html   (1027 words)

 Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes - 11/9/98   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bob Bennett asked if there is going to be any technical write up or a document to describe what was reported to the Advisory Committee but goes into a little more detail about the testing.
Bob Bennett noted that other vendors who want to perform testing on the HITIS standards will need to know what the process was, as well as additional test details; for example, a definition of the use of a ‘wrapper’.
Bob Elliott stated that there are two important points to remember about these initial standards: 1) they establish a baseline for future standards and objects that will be defined and referred, and 2) they are evolving standards that will always be changing as the other processes evolve, such as with the ANSI Standard process.
www.hitis.org /advisorycomm/minutes3.htm   (3868 words)

 HickokSports.com - Biography - Bob Elliott
Team" by Boston sportswriters because of his unselfish play, Elliott was the NL's most valuable player in 1947, when he batted.317 with 22 home runs and 113 RBI.
Elliott entered the major leagues as an outfielder with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1939, but he played mostly at third base from 1942 on.
The right-handed Elliott had a career average of.289, with 2,061 hits in 1,978 games, including 382 doubles, 94 triples, and 170 home runs.
www.hickoksports.com /biograph/elliottbob.shtml   (155 words)

 Club EWI Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bob assesses current conditions of the monetary trend and the dollar, and gives his 2004 outlook for the economy, the stock market, bonds, oil, gold, silver, and real estate.
However, Elliott wave indicators are pointing to a long-term trend change in every major market.
As a Club EWI member, you gain free access to original Elliott wave analysis and articles like this one, which are updated regularly to keep you connected to the fascinating world of Elliott waves.
www.elliottwave.com /club/affiliates/default.aspx?id=899   (276 words)

 Radio Hall of Fame - Bob & Ray, Comedy
Bob Elliott was a disk jockey at Boston’s WHDH when he met newscaster Ray Goulding in 1946.
Bob and Ray created and gave voice to a universe of wonderful, offbeat characters, including domestic advisor Mary McGoon, adenoidal reporter Wally Ballou and incompetent showman Barry Campbell.
The Bob and Ray Show was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1995.
www.radiohof.org /comedy/bobray.html   (215 words)

 Happy Birthday Bob Elliott | BaseballLibrary.com
The truth is, Bob Elliott was one of the finest third basemen in baseball history.
I've seen it argued that Bob Elliott played for a bunch of losers, which is also just plain wrong.
Elliott's teams enjoyed a.515 winning percentage during his career and made the World Series in 1948, in which he posted an impressive OPS of 1.010.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/submit/White_Paul6.stm   (1270 words)

 New Hampshire Developmental Disabilities Council   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bob is married and lives in Keene with his wife.
Bob also is a Certified Network Engineer in Novell Technology and has a CMP certification from Microsoft.
Bob has served on the Board at Monadnock Developmental Services and will also bring his experience in the business world, where he now creates software for non-profits.
www.nhddc.com /Robert.html   (133 words)

 The Auditor's Report - Volume 24, No. 2 - Winter 2001   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association named Robert (Bob) K. Elliott as a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the sections’ Midyear Meeting in Houston, TX January 12, 2001.
In his 35-year career as a CPA, Bob Elliott has led the profession as the AICPA’s chairman, chairman of the assurance services committee, and member of the ASB and business reporting, SEC, and AECC committees.
Elliott responded, “It was very special for me to receive such an honor as the Lifetime Achievement Award from an organization that is so special to me and has been for many years.
aaahq.org /audit/Pubs/Audrep/01winter/item07.htm   (404 words)

 City of Port Moody - Councillor Bob Elliott
Bob has been involved in numerous committees and commissions for the past 20 years.
This term Bob is looking forward to serving as Chair of the Community Care Committee, Vice-chair of the Heritage Commission, and Vice-chair of the Traffic and Safety Committee.
Bob and his wife Linda enjoy spending leisure and family time at their recreation property in the Gulf Islands.
www.cityofportmoody.com /City+Hall/Council+Members/Bob+Elliott   (186 words)

 Amazon.ca: Video: My Favorite Brunette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bob Hope made many movies for Paramount during the 1940's when he was at the peak of his career.
The Bob Hope films of the forties were popular light hearted entertainment and can be viewed with increasing pleasure over and over again.
Bob Hope plays Ronnie, a baby photographer, who pretends he is a PI to help Carlotta, ie Dorothy Lamour, a rich barroness, whose uncle has been kidnapped.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/6303934374   (725 words)

 Bob Elliott's cameo at JCC surprises 600-plus | The Arizona Daily Star ®
Elliott, the former UA star and Tucson businessman who does television color commentary for the Wildcats, said he hadn't even touched a basketball for two years prior to his debut and finale in the Summer Pro League on Sunday.
Still, Elliott managed to delight the crowd of about 600 people with five points, spinning to the basket for one shot and sinking a hook for another, while hitting a banked free throw to clinch Fidelity's 64-59 semifinal win over The Steak Out.
Elliott said he just showed up at the JCC, finally fulfilling a promise he made to league director Corey Williams to appear at least once.
www.azstarnet.com /dailystar/dailystar/31530.php   (751 words)

 -= MEDTECH Forensics =-   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Elliott spent time with Bob Kopec, Morris-Kopec Forensics, to become more familiar with forensic procedures.
During his meeting with Bob, Elliott received a lot of hands on experience.
Bob surprised Elliott when he presented him with a custom fingerprint kit.
www.medtechforensics.com /elliott/bob.asp   (49 words)

 Amazon.com: Books: Daddy's Boy: A Son's Shocking Account of Life with a Famous Father   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Chris Elliott, a regular on the TV show, Late Night with David Letterman, is the son of Bob Elliott of the celebrated comedy team, Bob and Ray.
A parody of Mommie Dearest by father and son comedians (the latter is the Bob of the Bob and Ray comedy team).
Elliott could render such pain so forcibly yet tenderly as he did in his one man show where he played the presidential paraplegic and tempest-tossed castaway.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0385297300?v=glance   (1236 words)

 The Bob and Ray Home Page
The Bob and Ray Permanent Archive is my project to collect everything Bob and Ray ever did in any medium--radio, television, books, movies, commercials and ephemera like Piels Beer coasters, Wally Ballou for Mayor Buttons, and Mary McGoon marygold seeds.
It's a labor of love, a personal obsession to keep Bob and Ray alive and available to you and to future generations.
The Al Hirschfeld Caricature of Bob and Ray is used by special arrangement with Margo Feiden Galleries, New York.
www.bobandray.com   (580 words)

 Bob & Elliott's Piano Shoppe - Folio Florida   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Bob and Elliott's Piano Shoppe has the area's widest selection of acoustic and digital pianos at prices to suit every budget.
Unique to Bob & Elliott's are the Buy Back, the Extended Warranty and the Rental Programs, the latter allowing you to test your child's interest with payments applied to future purchases.
Lessons, appraisals and more make Bob and Elliott's the most complete piano store.
www.folioflorida.com /business/bobandelliotts.html   (247 words)

 News & Events   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Bob Elliott awards honor the memory of a longtime educator and member of the University’s Education and Psychology faculty.
During a distinguished career that spanned every level of education as a teacher and administrator, Bob Elliott saw student teaching as the single most important event in the professional development of young teachers.
Committed to providing quality educators to enhance the classroom environment, Elliott put the interest of students at the heart of all educational endeavors and never forgot that the primary purpose of school was to serve the learning needs of the students.
www.tarleton.edu /scripts/calendar/display.asp?id=972&type=News   (399 words)

 Journal of San Diego History
Bob Kerrigan will always be remembered as the winning pitcher in the final game of 1954 when the Padres beat Hollywood for the PCL pennant.
O'Doul was coaching third and he yelled, "Bob, get a hit." He'd told me before, "Bob, you are absolutely the worst hitter I've ever seen." I swung at the ball.
Bob Elliott then hit two home runs and we won, 7-2.
www.sandiegohistory.org /journal/95winter/kerrigan.htm   (431 words)

 New York Daily News - Entertainment - Mining Bob & Ray archives yields old gold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Elliott and his partner, Ray Goulding, were largely retired even before Goulding died in 1990, but their work is way too good ever to fade away.
All these were taken from Josephson's "Bob and Ray Permanent Archive," which has hundreds of hours of shows plus other B&R memorabilia.
Bob and Ray got together in Boston in 1946.
www.nydailynews.com /entertainment/story/70018p-65155c.html   (369 words)

 Bob Elliott (comedian) Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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www.karr.net /search/encyclopedia/Bob_Elliott_%28comedian%29   (341 words)

 The Ballad of Ramblin' Jack (2000)
Elliott co-stars in Dylan's notorious bomb, a fictional evocation of 1975 tour.
Elliott makes a cameo appearance in rock 'n' roll comedy.
Guthrie's classic '60s anthem, done in Elliott's style, forms basis of offbeat comedy.
www.reel.com /movie.asp?mid=131092   (83 words)

 BOB ELLIOTT APAGB   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
If the letters APAGB were awarded for photographic ability, they would have been appearing behind Bob’s name a long time ago as we are all aware of the talent of this very fine photographer.
Footnote: Bob is only one of many people throughout our Federation who just “get on with it” and do not seek praise or glory.
Full details are available from George Walsh APAGB who you can contact direct on 01962 880527 or by email on Records@southphotographicfed.org.uk Nominations do not have to be made by the club though, obviously, it may be necessary to check with them details of service given by the nominee.
www.southphotographicfed.org.uk /bobelliotapagb.html   (356 words)

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