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  Bob - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Bob" Dobbs, figurehead of the Church of the SubGenius.
Bob (New Earth), the name for the fictional planet in Titan A.E. Bob FM, a brand for numerous radio stations in Canada and the United States.
Bob herceg, or Prince Bob, a Hungarian operetta.
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 Bob Prince | BaseballLibrary.com
A Pirates fan in a broadcasting booth, the zany, unpredictable, and intentionally controversial Prince was Pittsburgh's beloved voice of the Pirates on KDKA radio for over two decades until he was unceremoniously fired in 1975.
Nicknamed Gunner when the husband of a woman he was talking to pulled a gun on him in a bar, Prince joined Rosey Rowswell in the Pirates' broadcast booth in 1948 and took over when Rowswell died in 1955.
On the air, Prince was always colorful, yelling "Arriba" when Roberto Clemente came to bat, and, "Spread some chicken on the hill" for Willie Stargell.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/P/Prince_Bob.stm   (257 words)

 National Baseball Hall of Fame - 1986 Frick Award Winner Bob Prince   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Bob Prince, the 1986 recipient of the Ford C. Frick Award, parlayed a raspy voice, baseball savvy, shameless partisanship, a delightful sense of humor and an eccentric personality to become a Pittsburgh institution.
Prince's charming yet brash demeanor, clever command of the language, entertaining gift of gab and appreciation of baseball's human elements made him the consummate professional.
He was known for his colorful colloquialisms and he coined many of the Pirates' nicknames.
www.baseballhalloffame.org /hofers_and_honorees/frick_bios/prince_bob.htm   (147 words)

Prince, who was dean of the Faculty of Pure & Applied Science from 1994 to 2001, was speaking to a group of York Department of Physics & Astronomy colleagues on April 15, at a reception that followed a colloquium with presenter George V. Eleftheriades of the University of Toronto.
Horbatsch, who was Chair of the Department of Physics & Astronomy between 1998 and 2002, spoke of Bob Prince’s long-standing career as a highly successful first-year physics lecturer, describing him as a professor who loved to use classroom demonstrations, and enjoyed having groups of students clustered around his office discussing physics.
Prince served as Chair of Physics & Astronomy, said Horbatsch, "during which time he oversaw the introduction of the highly successful Space and Communication Sciences program, which was York's first step towards high-quality applied science undergraduate programs.
www.yorku.ca /yfile/archive/index.asp?Article=2721   (490 words)

 BIOPROJ.SABR.ORG :: The Baseball Biography Project.
Prince left Pittsburgh in 1937, to enroll at Stanford University (where he claimed to have intentionally flunked out), and finally ended up at the University of Oklahoma, where he was again part of the swimming team and where he completed a bachelor's degree in business administration.
Prince was one of the few people, perhaps the only one, who regularly got away with referring to Clemente as "Bob" or "Bobby," an Americanization of his name that the proud Clemente despised.
Prince, long accustomed to a starring role in Pittsburgh, was reduced to a being a ringmaster on ABC, suppressing his own personality to provide the flamboyant Wolf and comedic Uecker (of whom Betty Prince remarked, "My Bob always thought he was a buffoon") with an opportunity to shine.
bioproj.sabr.org /bioproj.cfm?a=v&v=l&bid=794&pid=16008   (6288 words)

 Bob Prince: Pittsburgh broadcasting legend
Prince was simply one of the city's most popular citizens during his life.
Prince was the play-by-play radio voice of the Pittsburgh Pirates and fans loved him.
Prince actually grew up in Los Angeles, but in 1948, he began an association with the Pirates that didn't end until his death in 1985.
momo.essortment.com /bobprince_rbvw.htm   (417 words)

 Frattare says he owes much to former Bucs broadcaster Prince - PittsburghLIVE.com
Prince, the team's flamboyant and widely-popular broadcaster from 1948-75, died of cancer June 10, 1985.
Prince, affectionately known as "The Gunner," was remembered by Frattare for his fierce loyalty to the Pirates, his story-telling and his use of catch-phrases and player nicknames.
Prince rejoined Frattare in the broadcast booth on May 3, 1985, for a game against the Dodgers at Three Rivers Stadium.
www.pittsburghlive.com /x/tribune-review/s_343076.html   (442 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Bob Prince, director of Recreation services for Broomfield, announced today that, after 30 years, he’ll be moving on.
Prince said other long-time Broomfield employees have commented to him over the years that they could retire together, but he decided he wasn’t going to wait for them.
Prince looks back over his years here recalling early Broomfield as a place where youngsters were free to grow up in a small town atmosphere, something Broomfield officials still try to foster.
www.ci.broomfield.co.us /media/042605.shtml   (604 words)

 Bob George - Prince   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
As to why he had done this, Prince offered numerous oblique reasonings, but they added up to one basic explanation: This album is evil, motivated by the dark side of his nature - whatever exactly he thought that was.
It is a morbid comedy about a violently jealous husband who eventually kills his woman after figuring out she was screwing some "slick fl daddy" who manages rock stars.
Most particularly important for Prince, this is a brilliant satire of gangster rap.
www.morethings.com /music/prince/bob_george.html   (274 words)

 Pirates honor broadcaster - PittsburghLIVE.com
Prince was the voice of the Pirates from 1948 to '75, when he was fired.
Prince was a tireless advocate for causes that benefited children, Groat said.
Nellie King, Prince's broadcast partner who was fired with him in 1975, said one incident that sticks in his memory is a game in which Prince announced that a player named "Rab Mungee" was coming into the game to pinch-hit.
www.pittsburghlive.com /x/tribune-review/sports/s_135608.html   (2310 words)

 Voices of the Game - Bob Prince   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Long time Pittsburgh Pirate broadcaster Bob Prince was certainly one of baseball's clown princes.
Prince was an unabashed homer, never ashamed to pull for his beloved Pirates.
Prince was pushed out of the booth in 1975 when the Pirate's new ownership tried to change his style.
iml.jou.ufl.edu /projects/Fall02/Travers/prince.html   (169 words)

 Amazon.com: We Had 'Em All the Way: Bob Prince & His Pittsburgh Pirates: Books: Jim O'Brien   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Most importantly, to me, Bob was a giver of himself to others, and I think it is exciting to know that we go through our life not knowing how we helped someone in some way.
Bob said, "Betty, your stockings are all wrinkled." Betty replied, "Bob, I'm not wearing any stockings." Another from relief pitcher ElRoy Face" "I remember one game at St. Louis.
The fact is, anything on Bob Prince brings me back to my childhood, when i would listen to "The Gunner" root the Bucs on to another win.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1886348030?v=glance   (1180 words)

 Today's News
The parent that both organizations share is Bob Prince, of Prince Communications, Limited which owns a major interest in Homes & Land Magazine, The Printing House, Century Publishing, and other enterprises.
Prince's reasoning to separate Homes.com as a separate advertising vehicle for agents was sound at the time.
Prince knew that he'd never hit a moonshot with magazine publishing.
realtytimes.com /rtnews/rtcustom/20010202_sibling.htm?opendocument&ID=lucine   (1752 words)

 Obituary: Richard Bingham / Pirates broadcaster in '50s with Bob Prince
But he was vague about one thing -- his relationship with Bob Prince, his broadcasting partner with the Pirates from 1955 until Mr.
"[Prince] was hard to get along with, and I know my dad was sometimes hard to get along with," said Mr.
Bingham did not have a particularly high profile during his tenure with the Pirates, but he was known for his authoritative radio voice.
www.postgazette.com /obituaries/20020809bingham2.asp   (672 words)

 THE-GUNNER.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Listen to Bob Prince and Paul Long describe the highlights of this almost perfect game (380 KB real player file) starting with Haddix getting the Braves final out of the 9th inning.
Broadcaster Bob Prince's rapid fire delivery and colorfull vocabulary was a key ingredient in my growth as a Pirate fan.
I met Bob Prince and shook the hands of most of the Pirates as they were going through the metal detectors.
mywebpages.comcast.net /steelerfan/gunner.html   (1560 words)

 Bob. the prince that once was.
"Ahhhhhh" screamed prince bob as the sun hit his eyes in the morning.
After 2001 years of arguing the prince was ready to go to the Czech republic.
The prince's remains festered for weeks on end entil his father cleaned them up with one of his adult nappies.
members.fortunecity.com /davidgunn/davidspagethingy/id28.html   (257 words)

 Bob Dylan - Expecting Rain - Old News 2000b (July - December)
Bob Dylan, Molson Amphitheatre, July 18: The reticent troubadour, having played brilliantly for two hours, nearly had to be hauled from the stage at the end of his set.
The Essential Bob Dylan to be released on Oct 31.
Bob On The Box "Get set for a Bob Dylan fest on your TV screens over the coming weeks as the man himself gives you the lowdown on "Things Have Changed".
www.expectingrain.com /old2000b.shtml   (10916 words)

 Bob Dylan - Expecting Rain - Old News 2001a (Jan - April)
Bob Dylan is set to spend some time in the studio during May and June.
When Bob Dylan and Joan Baez became lovers, it was a good career move for both of them.
Bob Dylan London Meeting Saturday April 28th at the Coach and Horses pub in Mayfair.
www.expectingrain.com /old2001a.shtml   (12009 words)

 Playbill News: Bob Merrill's Prince of Grand Street Is Reconstructed for May 29-June 2 Concerts
A rare revival of Broadway composer-lyricist Bob Merrill's musical, The Prince of Grand Street, with newly found and reconstructed scenes, will be presented in concert form by The Jewish Repertory Theatre May 29-June 2.
The Prince of Grand Street was the first musical for which Merrill (Carnival) provided music, lyrics and book, and his last Broadway-bound show if you don't count his contributions to Jule Styne's Broadway flop, The Red Shoes, for which he ghost-wrote lyrics.
The Prince of Grand Street plays at the Center for Jewish History, 15 W. 16th St. Shows are 8 PM May 29, 3 & 7 PM June 1 and 2 PM June 2.
www.playbill.com /news/article/79792.html   (651 words)

 Bob Prince, sportscaster (Monday Night Baseball), dies at 68 June 10 in History
Bob Prince, sportscaster (Monday Night Baseball), dies at 68 June 10 in History
Bob Prince, sportscaster (Monday Night Baseball), dies at 68
Humanity I love you because when you're hard up you pawn your intelligence to buy a drink - e.
www.brainyhistory.com /events/1985/june_10_1985_158098.html   (54 words)

 Rare Sports Films - Vintage Baseball Video Sports Auto Racing Events
There is vintage Bob Prince in this tape and you'll hear "the Ole Gunner" explaining to Nick Perry why broadcasters need spring training, too.
Later in the film, Prince interviews pitcher Tom Butters, who was forced to give up baseball because of a neck injury suffered in an auto accident on the way to spring training.
He talks to Bob Prince about his propeller style windup, his stride, what type of pitches he can drive best and the importance of his back muscles to his swing, as he belts out line drives and deep fly balls.
www.raresportsfilms.com /1966pirates.html   (453 words)

 Blue Note Plays Prince (Release date: 31 January 2005)
October 18, 1986: Prince records Housequake; using the speeded-up voice he employed on Erotic City.
I've had the Bob Belden album for a number of years and I never listen to it.
Bob Belden is a bit too "contemporary" of a jazz artist for me also.
www.housequake.com /showthread.php?s=&threadid=35038   (667 words)

 Willie Stargell | BaseballLibrary.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
He opened 1971 on a tear, setting an April record with 11 dingers, and inspiring Pirate broadcaster Bob Prince to coin the phrase "spread chicken on the hill" (in reference to Willie's chain of chicken restaurants) each time he blasted a homer.
Teammate Bob Robertson also collects five hits as the Pirates outslug the Braves 20—10.
Today Bob Robertson joins Stargell when he connects with a cannon shot off Padres P Steve Arlin in a Bucs victory.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/S/Stargell_Willie.stm   (2732 words)

 Ed's Guestbook   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Hearing Bob's voice today summoned up all those great memories of my youth: turning the Hoover like Maz, basket catches like Bobby, and the wind up at the plate like Wilver Dornell.
In fact, I happened to be at a Bucco's game in Three Rivers the day that Bob Prince passed on.
I told her that wasn't where homeplate was & she said, "Well, you're right, it's really in the men's room & we couldn't show it there, so we moved it".
mywebpages.comcast.net /steelerfan/guestbook.html   (3225 words)

 Classic Records Catalog / LSP-2438   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
But you have never heard him in such a setting: strings, woodwinds, harp, and rhythm, complementing to perfection the seemingly effortless and soaring Desmond horn.
The orchestrations are the product of a close friendship and understanding between Paul and the arranger-conductor of his choice, Bob Prince; in fact, Paul postponed the recording of this debut album until Prince returned from Europe, where he recorded his two ballet scores written for Jerome Robbins' "N.Y. Export: Op.
There are great solos; marvelous integration of solos and orchestration; delightful moments, such as duets between the two soloists (a device Paul much enjoys, and which inspired the trios in which Prince wrote parts for clarinet and oboe, leaving Paul to improvise against them).
www.classicrecs.com /LSP-2438.htm   (514 words)

 An Tir Handbook: Forms of Address
The Prince and Princess have greater precedence than the Tanist and Tanista.
Crown Prince/Crown Princess: The heirs to the Throne, the next King and Queen.
The Crown Prince and Crown Princess have greater precedence than a Prince and Princess.
www.antir.sca.org /Pubs/ATH/7formsaddress.html   (372 words)

 Playbill News: Burstyn and Moriber Sing Bob Merrill's Prince of Grand Street May 29-June 2
A rare revival of Broadway composer-lyricist Bob Merrill's musical, The Prince of Grand Street, presented in concert form by The Jewish Repertory Theatre May 29-June 2, will star Mike Burstyn and Brooke Sunny Moriber.
The 1978 musical about the New York Yiddish theatre community closed on the road before it got a chance with New York audiences.
The Prince of Grand Street was the first musical for which Merrill provided music, lyrics and book, and his last Broadway-bound show if you don't count his contributions to Jule Styne's Broadway flop, The Red Shoes, for which he ghost-wrote lyrics.
www.playbill.com /news/article/79677.html   (592 words)

 The Unofficial Minton Papers, From alt.religion.scientology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
These pages reflect the opinions of their various authors, and may or may not reflect those of holysmoke.org, Shy David, or affiliations.
Staring Bob Minton, Stacy Brooks Young, Jesse Prince, Mark Bunker, Overlord Xenu, and a star-spangled cast of dozens!
mintonnf.htm Bottom Line: Neither Bob Minton nor Tory Bezazian were convicted today.
www.bobminton.org   (2989 words)

 Poems by Bob Beveridge - Prince Michael Stewart of Albany
Poems by Bob Beveridge - Prince Michael Stewart of Albany
JOCK: Naw, seriously the white cockade is on the rise again and we will be free
and I'll be there as we march down the High Street behind Prince Michael
www.electricscotland.com /poetry/beveridge7.htm   (121 words)

Chapters on Bob Fitzsimmons, Harry Greb, Jimmy Wilde, Rocky Marciano, Jim Driscoll, Sugar Ray Robinson, Len Harvey, Benny Leonard, Tommy Farr, Jack Johnson, Benny Lynch, Georges Carpentier, Nel Tarleton, Henry Armstrong, Ted Kid Lewis, Gene Tunney, Jack Dempsey, Randolph Turpin, Archie Moore, and Joe Louis.
Story surrounding James Corbett — Bob Fitzsimmons fight.
* Stafford,Ian ‘Born to be King, The Rise of Prince Naseem Hamed’ 1997 1st ed.
www.prizefightingbooks.com   (17222 words)

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