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  John Brophy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Brophy is the name of more than one notable person.
John Brophy (hockey) for the hockey coach and player, born 1934
John Brophy (labor) for the United Mine Workers and CIO leader
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 John L. Lewis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Llewellyn Lewis ( February 12, 1880 - June 11, 1969) was a labor leader who served as president of the United Mine Workers of America ( UMWA) from 1920 to 1960.
He was the driving force behind the founding of the Congress of Industrial Organizations, which established the United Steel Workers of America and helped organize millions of other industrial workers in the 1930s.
Lewis was a despotic leader of the Mine Workers: he expelled his political rivals within the UMWA, such as John Brophy and Adolph Germer, and bullied those whom he did not drive out.
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 Finding Aid for the John Brophy Papers
John Brophy arranged to donate his historical records to The Department of Archives, Manuscripts, and Museum Collections (now the American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives) at The Catholic University of America prior to this death.
Brophy finished a draft of an autobiographical manuscript that was later edited and rewritten with the help of John Hall and published as John Brophy: A Miner's Life (1964), a year after Brophy died in 1963.
Brophy's role in the establishment of CIO state and local industrial union councils and their maintenance can be seen, particularly the CIO’s involvement in the factional struggle in the Los Angeles IUC.
libraries.cua.edu /achrcua/brophy.html   (2372 words)

 Brophy College Preparatory - Sports Hall of Fame
Brophy's Hall of Fame is inspired by the Jesuit motto, "Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam--to the greater glory of God." The men in the Hall are honored for their athletic prowess during their years at Brophy and beyond.
At that time, Brophy was a Class A school by enrollment, but they defeated all comers including numerous Class AAA schools with student bodies that would be huge by today's standards.
Brophy was an enormous underdog and yet was able to overcome tremendous odds in winning the title in 1960.
www.brophyprep.org /sports/hall-of-fame.html   (1553 words)

 Sam Sloan's Family Tree - pafg98 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
John Martin MCGUGIN was born on 7 Oct 1857.
John Wesley SCOTT was born on 10 Oct 1875.
John Carl STUCK was born on 19 Jul 1885.
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NORFOLK - John Brophy, the colorful former coach of the Hampton Roads Admirals hockey team, was in critical condition at a Halifax, Nova Scotia, hospital Sunday night after an early morning car crash about an hour outside the city.
Brophy was first taken to a hospital in nearby New Glasgow and then airlifted to the Queen Elizabeth II Health Science Center in Halifax, the Chronicle-Herald reported.
Brophy, who led the Admirals to three ECHL championships, had been expected to be the New Jersey team's coach.
www.richmond.com /printer.cfm?article=835347   (731 words)

 Brophy still going strong - PittsburghLIVE.com
Brophy also was the motivation for Paul Newman's character, Reg Dunlop, in the movie "Slapshot" and for hundreds of former teammates and players to spend hours swapping stories about him.
Brophy was so enraged that he ran out of the locker room toward the bench and unintentionally slammed his head off a steel rod.
Brophy said he doesn’t think about being in the Hall of Fame, but several of his peers believe he should be.
www.pittsburghlive.com /x/tribune-review/sports/frames/s_114891.html   (1971 words)

 John Brophy
Brophy's winning resume in Hampton Roads includes: 3 ECHL Championships, (2 Riley Cups, 1 Kelly Cups) the all-time league leadeing marks in regular season and playoff wins, playoff series's won, and 9 playoff appearances in 11 years in the league.
Brophy also established one of the most aggresive, hard nosed organizations in the league, earning the Admirals a notorious on-ice reputation, which sent a message to opponents around the league.
Brophy is married to Nancy White, a former LPGA touring pro who is the head professional at the Ivy Hill Golf Club in Forest, Va.
ohiochill.tripod.com /HamptonRoadsAdmirals/id13.html   (468 words)

 http://www.lib.iup.edu/depts/speccol/mg40.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
John Brophy was born in 1883 in Lancashire, England to a family of miners who emigrated to the United States when he was ten years old.
During the twenties, John Brophy became the leader of the opposition movement in the UMW, challenging John L. Lewis for the presidency in 1962.
As director of the CIO in the 1930's, Brophy was involved in the organization of several major industries, including steel and auto workers.
www.lib.iup.edu /spec_coll/mg40.html   (213 words)

 ECHL - Premier 'AA' Hockey League
PRINCETON, N.J. - The ECHL announced on Thursday that Nick Vitucci of the Toledo Storm is 2004-05 recipient of the John Brophy Award, presented annually to the Coach of the Year as voted by league coaches.
The John Brophy Award is named in honor of John Brophy, coached more seasons than any other coach in ECHL history with Hampton Roads from 1989-2000 and Wheeling from 2001-03, compiling a career record of 480-323-79 in the regular season and 55-39 in the postseason.
Brophy served as an assistant coach with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1984-85 and was named head coach of the Maple Leafs minor league club, the St. Catherines Saints the next season.
www.echl.com /cgi-bin/mpublic.cgi?action=show_news&cat=1&id=4487   (695 words)

 Search the John Brophy Papers (Page 4)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
John and Anita Brophy with their son Philip at his graduation.
John Brophy conferring with CIO head John Lewis at the 1937 convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey
John Brophy outside of the Chinese Federation of Labor with Chinese labor officials, Taipah, Formosa
libraries.cua.edu /achrcua/brophyall4.html   (534 words)

 Irish Music Magazine - April '03
John Brophy hears of an ambitious project to re-introduce the gems of the Gael Linn catalogue back into circulation, and after fifty years in business they surely have the crown jewels of native Irish music.
John Brophy catches the golden voice of Sligo at Dublin's Olympia Theatre, and afterwards talks of that "apprenticeship full of adventure, fun and great moments" that Tommy had with De Danann.
John Brophy attends what might become through the crystal glass of hindsight, a historic occasion, the founding of an Irish Musicians Union.
www.mayo-ireland.ie /IrishMusic/BckIssue/0304Apr/0304Apr.htm   (450 words)

 ACS :: State and Local Solutions John Brophy
John came to ACS in August 2001 via the acquisition of the IMS division of Lockheed Martin, which he successfully led for 17 years.
John has served on a number of boards and professional, educational and trade associations over the years.
John holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland. /sls/subject/brophy.html   (243 words)

 Legend Profile - John Brophy
John Brophy retired as Head Coach of the ECHL's Wheeling Nailers after the 2002/2003 season.
Brophy served as an Assistant Coach for the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs during the 1984/1985 season.
Brophy led the Hampton Roads Admirals to 3 ECHL Championships: Riley Cup (1990/1991, 1991/1992) and Kelly Cup (1997/1998).
www.titans101.com /brophy.htm   (112 words)

 Coal Strike of 1919
John Brophy dispatched a corps of District 2 organizers to assist the Coral strikers.
John Brophy responded with a pamphlet which called on management to maintain its agreement with the union and asserted that slack work resulted from the lack of a market rather than high wage levels.
The convention, which met in September, focused on the wage issue with John Brophy supporting a modification of the original demands and a strong minority, led by Dominick Gelotte, favoring the retention of the original wage demands.
www.lib.iup.edu /spec_coll/articles/coalstrike1919.html   (6768 words)

 26-10-2004: All Square at Ballacolla   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Another pointed free from John Brophy edged The Harps in front but there was never much more than a puck of the ball between the sides and Kilcotton/Borris levelled soon after with a point from centre forward John Kavanagh.
The Harps may have felt that victory had been taken from their grasp having led by a point a minute into injury time but they can be content that they are still in the competition having been involved in one of the most closely contested games in club hurling in Laois.
Justin Brophy was solid between the posts while John Dunne was one of their best defenders on view, Conor Dunne was a stronghold at midfield while upfront Greg Delahunty and Sean Bourke were most impressive both Minor title holders this year.
www.netsoc.ucd.ie /~colind/news/2610043.html   (817 words)

 ECHL - Premier 'AA' Hockey League
Named in honor of legendary coach John Brophy, the trophy will be presented annually to the ECHL Coach of the Year as determined in a vote of league coaches.
Brophy coached more seasons than any other coach in league history with Hampton Roads from 1989-2000 and Wheeling from 2001-03, compiling a career record of 480-323-79 in the regular season and 55-39 in the postseason.
Brophy has 1,028 professional wins and ranks second all-time in professional hockey to only the legendary Scotty Bowman (1,244 wins).
www.echl.com /cgi-bin/mpublic.cgi?action=show_news&cat=1&id=2295   (752 words)

 Guide to the John Brophy Collection 1960ca.
John Brophy was born in 1883 in Lancashire, England to a family of miners who immigrated to the United States when he was ten years old.
During the twenties, John Brophy became the leader of the opposition movement in the UMW, challenging John L. Lewis for the presidency in 1926.
As director of the CIO in the 1930's, Brophy was involved in the organization of several major industries, including steel and autoworkers.
www.lib.iup.edu /depts/speccol/ead/mg40.html   (427 words)

 Thriving in Red Ink: Government IT contractors find success   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
John Brophy, president of the state and local solutions group at Dallas-based Affiliated Computer Services Inc., said business has never been better for his company, despite the states' budget woes.
Brophy, who is president of the Dallas-based company's state and local solutions group, is seeing an explosion of opportunities in business process outsourcing.
Brophy and other industry executives said budget pressures are ratcheting up the demand for IT solutions that can contain costs and increase revenue, such as delinquent tax or parking fine collection systems.
www.washingtontechnology.com /news/17_23/statelocal/20240-1.html   (1936 words)

 (Surnames from Brooks, dau of H. ) San Francisco Call Newspaper Vital Records for 1869-1891
Brophy, Alleen J. married in 1885 to Finkler, Henry C. Brophy, Annie Elizabeth...
Brophy, M.A. married in 1886 to Gale, A.W. Brophy, Margaret...
Brophy, William F. married in 1887 to Farrell, Josephine M. Brophy, dau of Charles J. born in 1890...
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 Tithes, Aghaboe, Laois, ©Jane Lyons
Bergin, Rodger; Brophy, John; Brophy, John (two entries for John Brophy in this townland); Brophy, Thomas and Co,; Brophy, Margaret; Clegg, George; Connor, Michael; Harrison, George; Kelly, John; McDonals, Thomas; Phelan, James; Shiel,Andrew and Co.; Tobin, John; Whelan, James.
Bergin, John; Bergin, Denis; Brophy, Kyran; Bruither, William; Cafsin(?), William; Delany, Judith; Delany, Timothy and Co.; Devan, Denis; Drennan, Jeremia and Co.; Fitzpatrick, Patrick; Forestal, William and Co.; Hays, William and Co., Kay, Catharine; Richardson, Robert and Co.; Tynan, John
Brophy, Charles; Bruther, Michael; Campion, Patrick; Campion, John; Colle, Patrick; Collins, Dennis; Collins, John; Deegan, Kyran; Lawlor, Richard; Phelan, Catherine; Pilkington, William; Ryan, Lawrence; Scott, Joseph; Spencer, John; Whelan, Patrick.
www.from-ireland.net /aughaboetithes.htm   (1220 words)

 Kennyv107 - pafg39 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
John Presley [ Parents ].John married Lortie Marmandine on 26 Jul 1896 in Notre Dame Cathedral Ottawa Ontario.
Lortie Marmandine.Lortie married John Presley on 26 Jul 1896 in Notre Dame Cathedral Ottawa Ontario.
John Brophy [ Parents ] was born in 1823 in Ballynahow town Ballycahill Parish Templemore Tipperary.
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 Axis History Forum :: View topic - winners of military merit cross 3rd class with decorations
I think that John has every right to ask his question here because, although it doesn't pertain directly to Imperial awards, it stands to reason that some of the people here who are interested in Axis awards - quite a wide subject - might be able to help with with an Imperial-related query.
Besides, John's comment "why have a badges and decorations section on here then" indicates that he most likely did not even realize this forum was for 3rd Reich awards only.
Besides, as I said, if I offended John inadvertently, it would be between me and him, I doubt he needs a Keating in shining armor to champion for him.
forum.axishistory.com /viewtopic.php?t=43568   (1148 words)

About 10 minutes later, Brophy emerged and muttered a comment in the direction of Charlotte coach John Marks, who was walking past to do a postgame radio show.
Brophy was allowed to leave with Nancy White, the LPGA pro with whom he shares a Virginia Beach home.
Brophy, who spoke with the media immediately after the game, was unavailable for comment after the brief altercation.
scholar.lib.vt.edu /VA-news/VA-Pilot/issues/1995/vp950201/02010619.htm   (756 words)

 The Saratogian - News - 02/02/2005 - Obituaries Feb. 2, 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Born on Nov. 29, 1922 in Victory Mills, NY, she was a daughter of the late Harold and Emma (LaPierre) Garnsey and raised in the Schuylerville area.
John joined the Marine Corps as a teen and obtained the rank of sergeant of A Company, 7th Marines, in the First Marine Division in the United States Marine Corps.
John was very active in his community and public service.
www.zwire.com /site/news.cfm?newsid=13870985&BRD=1169&PAG=461&dept_id=17712&rfi=6_   (2035 words)

 YOU SAY YOU WANT A REPARATION: Reparations for Slavery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Alfred Brophy is a professor of law at the University of Alabama.
John McWhorter: Welfare expanded in the late 1960's for unwed Black mothers was a form of reparations.
John McWhorter: Well, actually, to tell you the truth Peter, establishing these clear lines would be extremely difficult, but it seems to me that reparations have been paid in some cases where the situation is the same.
www.uncommonknowledge.org /01-02/610.html   (4455 words)

John Brophy's son John Paul was interested in photos of his father's racing career, so I looked through my archives.
Brophy in Turn 1 during the event held at Stead AFB, near Reno, Sept. 23-24, 1961.
We were loaned the engine from a Chev dealer and then took it out before the sale to Brophy, who put in his own engine.
www.tamsoldracecarsite.net /BrophyMore.html   (266 words)

 Racing Devins2
John Brophy at Riverside, March 3-4 1962 in his Devin SS.
A solid mid-pack performer, Brophy was the Pacific Coast Champion in class "C" Modified in 1962.
He battled Brophy at Riverside on March 3-4, 1962, with this beast.
www.tamsoldracecarsite.net /RacingDevins.html   (347 words)

 Elmbank Cemetery - Epitaph   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
John Banane died August 10, 1887 - aged about 8 years, was a son of Edmund Banane and his wife Loretta (Laura) - nee Gracey.
John’s wife was Mary (nee Shea) who is also buried in Elmbank.
This John Brett, son of William Brett and his wife Catherine (nee Cooney or Keogh?) seems to have been born as a contemporary to his kinsman John Brett (1862 - 1909).
www.archtoronto.org /elmbank/people/inscriptions.htm   (3850 words)

 1872 Foreign-Born Voters of California - Letter B (Part 4)
Buckmaster, John Charles......28 in 1867......born in Nova Scotia......6047
Bueltermann, John Henry Conrad......60 in 1871......born in Hanover......6067
Bugbee, John Stephenson......26 in 1866......born in New Brunswick......6076
feefhs.org /FBVCA/1872b4.html   (468 words)

 Irish Music Magazine - December '04
John Brophy met George Murphy on home turf and got talking about the influences that have made young George one of the hottest tickets in Irish Folk for a generation.
The most unlikely combination in Trad, two boxes, a keyboard and a bodhrán, but anyone who's heard their music can tell you they are injecting raw adrenaline into the tradition.
John O'Regan brings us this profile of new group who look set to make a big mark on the scene in 2005.
www.mayo-ireland.ie /IrishMusic/BckIssue/0412Dec/0412Dec.htm   (338 words)

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