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  Justice Associates: Jack Jordon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
It seems that Jack took his grandmother's request seriously, as two days later, the 6th, he was on a steamer bound for England, newly volunteered for the Royal Naval Air Service, with nothing but a hastily written note left behind on his mother's bed to inform her of his whereabouts.
Jack was pushing the limits of his skill and luck all the time, and having the time of his life.
Kavanagh mentioned Jordan to the casting people and a week later, Jack's career had taken another unexpected turn as he was on set filming his first movie, albeit in a background role.
myweb.tiscali.co.uk /carps/RPG/justice_associates/jordon.html   (3323 words)

 Rough & Tumble California Politics 
Jack Kavanagh has been a political reporter for nearly thirty years and has received 2 Emmy awards plus a "Telly" award, which is presented by PBS and is their version of the Emmy, for his television reporting.
Kavanagh provides media training to major companies around the country including the University of Phoenix, Sutter Hospitals, The Civil Justice Association of California, the California Alliance for Child and Family Services, The Bureau of State Audits and others.
Kavanagh began Rough and Tumble in the early 1990's as an in-house television newsroom publication to help reporters and producers better understand California politics.
rtumble.com /sub_files/contact.htm   (190 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Jack Kavanagh was a radical labour activist, born in Ireland, who emigrated to Vancouver in 1908.
His agitation around the issue of the miners led to an increase in both the prominence of the issue, and in his position in the local labour movement.
For a detailed biography of Kavanagh, including his later years as an organizer for the Communist party, see David Akers, "Rebel of Revolutionary?: Jack Kavanagh and the Early Years of the Communist Movement in Vancouver, 1920-1925," in Labour/ Le Travail 30, Fall 1992.
www.sfu.ca /labour/JackKavanagh.htm   (200 words)

 ABSTRACTS from Labour/Le Travail 30, Fall 1992
Jack Kavanagh and the Early Years of the Communist Movement in Vancouver (1920-1925)
IN THE HISTORY OF Canadian labour and the left from 1900 to 1925 the radical life of Jack Kavanagh represents an important link between the politics of pre-war socialism and post-war communism.
At the level of leadership, however, the foundation period of the communist movement in Vancouver was dominated by recurring disputes between Kavanagh and the party centre in Toronto, suggesting a kind of regional factionalism.
www.mun.ca /cclh/llt/ab/ab30.html   (1744 words)

 To whom it may concern   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Jack nodded, the unspoken "Duh!" evident in the motion.
Jack was polite enough not to mention that, for all of Daniel's supposed helpfulness, he was really just very nosy.
Jack shrugged, lifting one hand to push Daniel's glasses back up on his nose from where they'd slid down when he'd shook his head.
kalyka.net /fanfiction/stargate/concern.html   (2788 words)

 The Communist Party of Australia and the Communist International (1927-1929)
Jack Blake judges the differences between the antagonists as "not so fundamental as they were later made to appear" but sees the intervention by the ECCI as the factor which turned the scale in favour of the opposition “at least at the top”.
Jack Kavanagh, leader of the CPA since his arrival from Canada in 1925, and the centre of the coming storm, was now a candidate member of the ECCI as a result of Higgins recommendations on his behalf while at the Cl Congress.
Kavanagh objected to this report indicating it was full of inaccuracies and should be placed before the delegates for discussion, but apparently this was not agreed to.
members.optushome.com.au /spainter/Curthoys.html   (8031 words)

 The Hero Game, Excerpt
In the dim light, Jack could just make out Dominguez's features: his face was a mass of bruises and broken bones with the whorled red pit of a gouged-out eye punctuating it.
Jack would trip the man, grab him in a manacled grip, and choke him until the other guards laid down their arms.
Jack hoped that Gonzalo would have the keys to the manacles on him; otherwise they'd all be loping about Madrid in chains and rags.
www.jsydneyjones.com /heroex.html   (902 words)

 Herbert Moxon, a victim of the "Bolshevisation" of the
Kavanagh's political death, as it was asserted at the time that "right deviationism" was the principal internal danger facing communist parties around the world.
Kavanagh insisted it was necessary to analyse and understand the peculiarities of the class struggle in each country in order to assess the suitability of any Comintern line.
Kavanagh accused Moxon of being behind the political bureau's decision to suspend him from all positions within the party, of preventing him from addressing some public meetings and of finally announcing his expulsion from he party in 1930.
www.gouldsbooks.com.au /ozleft/moxon.html   (10334 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Jack Kavanagh wrote this when he was in his early thirties, and it contributed to his rise in leftist circles in Vancouver.
It was in Vancouver that he received his training in Marxist philosophy, which would lead him to a prominent position in the One Big Union (no relation to the Industrial Workers of the World) and then ultimately the Communist Party of Canada.
Altough Kavanagh's sources are unclear in this document, and though it was obviously written with a very clear political goal, it is still one of the best contemporary documents on the strike.
www.sfu.ca /labour/TheVancouverIslandStrikebyJKavanagh.htm   (4959 words)

 Comfort and joy
In Jack Kavanagh's childhood home, he and his six brothers and sisters came down the stairs in order of age and never saw the decorated tree until Christmas morning.
Hunter's and Kavanagh's families are among five from the Portland area who shared with us what makes their own tree-decorating traditions so meaningful to them.
Several cat ornaments were given by a former landlady, there's a felt Santa slipper ornament made by her grandmother, a plastic pixie elf from the 1960s that her mother bought in her uncle's flower shop, one that came from her sister who picked it up in Colorado.
travel.mainetoday.com /holidays/011216trees.shtml   (2566 words)

 Bibliography Committee Newsletter October 1998
Kavanagh asserts the universal resentment of the reserve clause among ballplayers and notes (p.103) that Johnson's resentment "was particularly bitter".
Part of Kavanagh's intent is to reinforce the idea that Alexander's achievement as a ballplayer is on a par with those of Johnson and Mathewson.
Kavanagh follows Alexander's career after his departure from the major leagues, detailing various efforts to provide him with a subsistence income, describing him finally (p.167) as "broke, seriously ill with cancer, and longing to teach kids how to play ball." Perhaps these phrases sum up Alexander's tragedy.
sabrbib.home.mindspring.com /newsletters/news1098.htm   (3769 words)

 Socialist History Project
Jack Kavanagh joined the Socialist Party of Canada in Vancouver shortly after arriving in Vancouver (from England) in 1907.
He was elected SPC party organizer in 1910, and president of the B.C. Federation of Labor in 1912.
Kavanagh emigrated to Australia in 1925, becoming one of the principal leaders of the Communist Party of Australia.
www.socialisthistory.ca /Docs/PreWWI/VancouverIsland1.htm   (856 words)

 The Hero Game by J. Sydney Jones   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Jack Kavanagh was an Irish hero, jailed for fighting against fascism in Spain, when the Nazis offered him the choice of working for them or rotting in prison.
But all too quickly and cruelly he learns he is but a dupe in a deadly doublecross--a pawn in a bloody assassination plot.
As the two of them race to beat the agonizing odds, the clock of terror ticks away and the countdown begins on one of the most savage and cowardly acts of violence meant to change the course of history....
www.jsydneyjones.com /hero.html   (153 words)

 SABR :|| SABR Awards | The Jack Kavanagh Memorial Youth Baseball Research Award
The Jack Kavanagh Memorial Youth Baseball Research Award
The Jack Kavanagh Memorial Youth Baseball Research Award was established in 1999 by the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) in recognition of Kavanagh’s writing and research achievements and his contributions to SABR.
If students are competing in National History Day, Night of the Notables Jack Kavanagh award, they should state that.
www.sabr.org /sabr.cfm?a=cms,c,134,43,0   (626 words)

 IAFE - News
The new directors are Nell Barnett and Jack Kavanagh.
Kavanagh is president of Jack Kavanagh Liquor and Beverage Corporation.
He was one of the founders of the Bank of Livermore, and he served on the Oakland/Alameda County Coliseum Board of Directors for eight years.
www.fairsandexpos.com /news/march06/0302alamedaboard.aspx   (187 words)

 Amazon.com: Walter Johnson: A Life: Books: Jack Kavanagh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Like many talented players, he attempted to work as a team manager after his playing days were over and did badly at it.
Kavanagh, author of many YA baseball biographies, provides a solidly written account of the life of "Sir Walter," one of baseball's greatest pitchers during the first quarter of this century.
While many biographies will tend to go into the intricacies of a man's private life, Jack Kavanaugh seems to only look into these areas when it would explain the on field actions of Johnson.
www.amazon.com /Walter-Johnson-Life-Jack-Kavanagh/dp/0912083816   (849 words)

 Kavanagh Controls
Correctly pick the real Jack Kavanagh and get a 10% discount on your next thermocouple order.
Pencil and paper are allowed but will not be provided.
Jack Kavanagh reserves the right to change appearance without notice.
www.process-controls.com /enercorp/kavanagh_controls_jack.htm   (36 words)

 Notes from the Shadows of Cooperstown
Kavanagh describes Jackson's involvement in the fix as "in dispute." In a photo caption up front, Kavanagh notes that Jackson admitted "that he had accepted a $5,000 bribe," and that "he maintained that he had played to win."
Kavanagh does not know, his description is full of "perhaps" and "might have" -- as it should be.
Jack Kavanagh thinks, as many others think, that the most likely "Say it ain't so" story is James T. Farrell's, and not the one reported by Hugh Fullerton.
www.baseball1.com /carney/index.php?storyid=183   (5186 words)

 KAVANAGH, Marie Ann "Duffy"
KAVANAGH, Marie Ann "Duffy" - Died suddenly September 3, 2005, one day after the passing of her brother, Emmet James Duffy, of Northbrook, Illinois.
Also survived by her cousin Mary Black Kavanagh; her "honorary son" Tom Sheppard; her sisters-in-law Mary Duffy and Patricia Mooser; her brother-in-law Brian J. Kavanagh; and many nieces and nephews.
Marie Ann was a member of Our Lady of Mercy parish for 50 years and a charter member of the United Irish Cultural Center.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/09/10/MNKAVANAGH20.DTL   (208 words)

 Amazon.ca: Ol' Pete : The Grover Cleveland Alexander Story: Books: Jack Kavanagh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
I have always wondered why there was not more written about this early hero of baseball who seemed to have such a sad and tragic life, and was very excited when I found this book.
Jack Kavanagh did a wonderful job of researching the ins and outs of Ol' Pete, and reading of his life and hardships was very informative.
But I believe he allowed the book to drag just a bit by trying to include too much detail about meaningless games.
www.amazon.ca /Ol-Pete-Grover-Cleveland-Alexander/dp/1888698039   (719 words)

 buch.de - bücher - Ol' Pete - Jack Kavanagh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
A story of personal determination, courage, triumph and tragedy, this long-awaited biography of Hall-of-Fame pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander tells the tale of the man who was undeniably one of the greatest pitchers ever to take the mound.
From the details of his 1926 World Series victory over the Yankees and his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame to his struggles with alcoholism and epilepsy, biographer Kavanagh deftly interweaves the tales of both the man and the legend.
It tells also of his failures off the playing field - as an alcoholic and epileptic living out a tortured life.
www.buch.de /buch/03481/634_ol_pete.html   (163 words)

www.capitolweek.org /transcripts/512_00_10_27.htm   (1860 words)

 Lawrence University vs Lake Forest College (10/30/04)
H 4-8 L21 Matthew Mahaney rush to the LU26, fumble by Matthew Mahaney recovered by LU Jack Peters at LU26.
L 1-10 L20 Andrew Johnson rush for 1 yard to the LU21 (Jack Kavanagh).
L 3-10 L16 Griffin Moe pass complete to Nick Korn for 8 yards to the LU24 (Jack Kavanagh).
www.lawrence.edu /athletics/football/stats04/04game9.htm   (3925 words)

 Aunty Jack / Grahame Bond ‘Ography’: TV Shows 1982 — Now   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Captain Bloody steals pieces of 8, pieces of 9, and pieces of the other channels, to put to air on his National Nothing Network.
The first one was of Aunty Jack and the art of dried elephant arrangements.
A half-hour special, about “the somewhat bizarre antics of a local council garbage crew”, also featuring “little old ladies who couldn’t pay their rates and petty town hall bureaucrats”.
users.chariot.net.au /~rmiles/ajdisc/tv82now.html   (804 words)

 Lake Forest College vs Knox College (Oct 11, 2003)
K 2-6 K24 Adam O'Neill rush for 3 yards to the KC27 (Jack Kavanagh;Tom Starnicky).
K 1-10 K29 Ryan Ferguson rush for 3 yards to the KC32 (Jack Kavanagh;Anthony Gebhart).
K 2-7 K32 Markus Bailey rush for 3 yards to the KC35 (Jack Kavanagh;Soren Johnson).
www.knox.edu /Images/_Sports/Statcrew/LFC10-11(03).HTM   (4314 words)

 Patrick Kavanagh : Uncollected Poems : Irish Times Poems : On Reading Jack Yeats' New Novel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Great wheel pulled out and souls a moment freed To live in a poet's extravaganza creed, And rare new dawns shine through the loosened slates.
Another Jack who had a beanstalk did it, And a Jack who killed a giant did it, too.
But nothing happens here, Jack Yeats, where you Have spun your web of childish fantasy.
www.tcd.ie /English/patrickkavanagh/onreadingjackyeatsnewnovel.html   (179 words)

 Lake Forest College vs Lawrence University (Oct 29, 2005)
L 1-10 H45 Devin Furlong rush for 2 yards to the LU43 (Jack Peters).
H 1-10 L23 Eric Aspenson rush for 4 yards to the LFC19 (Jack Kavanagh).
L 1-10 L23 Devin Furlong rush for 5 yards to the LFC28 (Jack Peters).
www.lawrence.edu /athletics/football/stats05/05game8.htm   (4725 words)

 Jack Kavanagh Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
Jack Kavanagh Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
He went on to make a reputation with McGraw's New York Giants as a great developer of pitchers....
Detailing Kavanagh's award-winning research, this book preserves the legacy of baseball's most extraordinary pitcher in this fascinating and timeless account.
www.alibris.com /search/books/author/Jack_Kavanagh   (578 words)

Sean and Mary Kavanagh and friends present €25,000 to Bobby Hawkshaw (Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children) being proceeds of funds raised by the Jack Kavanagh Cup 2005.
Everyone at the Hospital is indebted to the people of Stillorgan and Kilmacud and to the friends of the Kavanagh family for generously supporting this event in memory of Jack.
Ian Marmion (Head of Victor Chandler Ireland) presents a €5,000 cheque to Bobby Hawkshaw (Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children) at the opening of the first Irish VC Betting lounge, Baggott Street - in attendance was special guest 'Florida Pearl'.
www.cmrf.org /Gallery.HTML   (261 words)

 Chronological List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Jack and Jill and Bumbo the Bear (ms) Ladies Home Journal Mar 1923; paper dolls to cut out.
Pudding Lane Cutouts (pi) Jack and Jill Dec 1956; adapt.
Whirling Death (nv) Double Danger Tales Nov 2001 [Sam Jacks]
users.ev1.net /~homeville/fictionmag/d725.htm   (1430 words)

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