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  Remember the ABA: Utah Stars
The Stars had signed Zelmo Beaty (the All-Star NBA center) to a contract in 1968, and Beaty was eligible to begin playing for the Stars in the 1970-71 season.
The Stars dominated the Colonels en route to a 131-121 victory.
Big Z carried the Utah Stars to the 1971 ABA Championship and became known in Salt Lake City as "The Franchise." Here is Dan Pattison's written tribute to Beaty, which also appeared in the February 1998 issue of Utah Jazz HomeCourt Magazine.
www.remembertheaba.com /Utah-Stars.html   (2484 words)

 Utah jazz NBA Team News - Utah jazz Stars, Scores, Photos
Utah Jazz: Utah Jazz: Jazz: Utah defense indefensible - Salt Lake Tribune
Just 23 years old, entering his third year in the NBA, the Utah Jazz point guard is positioning himself to be the best in the league at his position.
Utah shot 63 percent from the field, was 12-for-16 from three-point range,...
www.basketteams.com /utah-jazz.php   (341 words)

 deseretnews.com | Stars gave Utah a night to remember
Center Zelmo Beaty happily poses with the trophy the Utah Stars claimed as 1971 ABA champions.
The actions of Stars' forward Willie Wise, who approached super-star status during the playoffs, were typical of the rest of his teammates in the locker room.
The Stars held a 61-54 margin at the half.
deseretnews.com /dn/view/0,1249,270020195,00.html   (1110 words)

 Utah High School Hockey League is #1 in Utah
Utah Stars Team players are not subject to the UHSH Fighting penalties when they are participating as players for the Utah Stars team(s).
Any player receiving a Fighting penalty as noted on the official score sheet, (other than players receiving such a penalty while participating with the Utah Stars), shall be suspended for the balance of that game and for the next three games of that team.
Upon each 1 year suspension, UHSH shall contact, in writing, the Utah Amateur Hockey Association and recommend that the offending player be suspended from any participation in any Utah Hockey program for the same 1 year period.
www.utahhighschoolhockey.com /rules.php?ID=5   (684 words)

 Utah Jazz
The scars from the Stars, the speed of the move, the late arrival in June of management personnel and the lukewarm appraisal of the Jazz product resulted in a tepid Utah reception.
As incongruous as jazz and the Mardi Gras are in association with Utah, Battistone had made up his mind that the trappings would not change, explaining he wanted those who criticized the Jazz in New Orleans to be reminded it was the same franchise that had later earned success in Utah.
Former Stars coach Tom Nissalke, who holds the rare distinction of being named Coach of the Year in both the NBA and ABA, took the Jazz job, totally cognizant of the dearth of talent.
historytogo.utah.gov /utah_chapters/utah_today/utahjazz.html   (1567 words)

 Cottonwood Colts Hockey is #1 in Utah
Utah Stars Team players are not subject to the UHSH Fighting penalties when they are participating as players for the Utah Stars team(s).
Any player receiving a Fighting penalty as noted on the official score sheet, (other than players receiving such a penalty while participating with the Utah Stars), shall be suspended for the balance of that game and for the next three games of that team.
If there are fewer or the same number of games for the other team(s) on which the player also participates than the number of games required to be served on the original team where the penalty was incurred, then the player will only be required to serve that number of games for that other team(s).
www.cottonwoodhockey.com /rules.php?ID=5   (675 words)

 Centennial Stars
The flow of light will not end, so we can let the star be a symbol of the future as well as the past: for the next hundred years, the beam from Dubhe can symbolize our first century of statehood, but the beam that leaves the star now symbolizes our continuing, never-ending development.
One of the most important and best known of Utah's symbols is the beehive, and in the constellation of Cancer, the Crab, there is a dim cluster of stars known to lovers of the sky as the Beehive Cluster.
Utah has many important symbols from the earth, including a flower, a mineral, a tree, a bird and a beehive.
www.clarkfoundation.org /astro-utah/vondel/centstars.html   (1206 words)

 Utah History Encyclopedia
Although permanent settlement of African Americans in Utah began with the arrival of Brigham Young's advance party in July of 1847, there was a fl presence in the area almost twenty-five years before the arrival of the Mormons.
They changed their name to the Utah Stars, and some of their fl players were popular not only because of their athletic ability but also for their individual contributions to the community.
Terry Williams, a Democrat from Salt Lake City, was elected to the Utah House of Representatives in 1980, and served from 1981 to 1982.
www.media.utah.edu /UHE/a/African_Americans.html   (2163 words)

 In the News - Utah Women in Technology - Salt Lake City, Utah Info@UtahWIT.org.
Utah Women in Technology (WIT) re-launched its organization in dramatic fashion with a pre-election event celebrating the contribution of women in the political and public realm.
Utah WIT is a professional women's group that provides opportunities for women to develop leadership and management skills through mentoring.
Utah's entrepreneurial culture, its wage gap between men and women and women's desire for more flexible working hours are catalysts pushing women to start their own businesses, Zakhary Hall said.
www.utahwit.org /In_the_News.htm   (5285 words)

 Utah Stars Hockey Association League is #1 in Utah   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Utah Amateur Hockey Association (UAHA) referred to as the State Board governed the “Utah Stars” Mite through Bantam program.
The President of the UAHA (State Board) was also the President of the “Utah Stars” Mite through Bantams, with one Board vote.
The Name "Utah Stars" is a patented name and belongs to Margo Nate who permits the UTAHA teams to use the name each year free of charge.
www.utah-stars.com /features.php?sitecd=100&lgx=2&ID=773&sitecd=100&lgx=2   (446 words)

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The Stars missed the playoffs last season for the first time under Hicks' ownership, which resulted in the firing of coach Ken Hitchcock midway through the season.
Utah, trailing 2-0, pulled to within one goal when John Erskine scored on = a blast from just inside the blueline after just exiting the penalty box.
John Erskine scored the lone goal of the = night for Utah pulling the team to within a goal but Mark Cullen's first = AHL goal was the nail in the coffin.
www.xmission.com /pub/lists/utah-grizzlies/archive/v01.n232   (4041 words)

 SI.com - SI 50th - Utah - SI Flashback: Can Nice Guys Finish First? -
During this regular season, Utah cast a shadow over the rest of the Western Conference, finishing with a 64-18 record, the best in the franchise's 23-year history and second best in the NBA this season, to the Chicago Bulls' 69-13.
Utah is certainly on the short list of teams with a realistic shot of denying the Bulls their fifth league championship in seven years.
They decided that they wanted both players to finish their careers in Utah, even if it meant going through the kind of decline the Boston Celtics were beginning to experience as a result of not trading any of their aging stars while they still had value.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /magazine/features/si50/states/utah/flashback   (2154 words)

 Utah Stars - Definition, explanation
At which point it moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, to become the Utah Stars.
The Utah Stars played at the Salt Palace from 1970 to December, 1975 when the team folded during the 1975-1976 ABA season.
They won the ABA championship in the 1970-1971 season over the Kentucky Colonels 4 games to 3 and reached the championship again in the 1973 to 1974 season, losing to the New York Nets 4 games to 1.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/u/ut/utah_stars.php   (170 words)

 Some Super-Earths Form in Super Snowstorms : University of Utah News Release : October 18th, 2006
Now, University of Utah physicist Ben Bromley and colleagues elsewhere have performed calculations showing that for a super-Earth to form near a dim, cold red dwarf star, a "cosmic snowstorm" must occur so that the planet's rocky core picks up a lot of cold, sticky snow and ice.
Rocky planets form close to the star, where it is warm, while icy and gaseous planets form farther out, where it is cold.
Red dwarf stars are so dim and cool that their warm "habitable zones" are very close to the star, where there is very little planet-forming material.
www.unews.utah.edu /p/?r=101806-1   (873 words)

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