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 Walter O'Malley : Dodger History : Team History : 1970's : 1972
Walter O'Malley, Chairman of the Board; Peter O'Malley, President; James A. Mulvey, Vice President; Sylvan Oestreicher, Treasurer; Harry M. Bardt, H. McClellan, Robert L. Gordon.
Below are the Dodger Front Office department heads and personnel, plus scouts who worked for Walter O'Malley.
On June 4, the uniform numbers of Dodger Hall of Famers Jackie Robinson (42), Sandy Koufax (32) and Roy Campanella (39) were retired by the organization in an on-field ceremony.
www.walteromalley.com /hist_team_1972.php   (488 words)

  
 Walter O'Malley BaseballLibrary.com
And throughout the O'Malley years, which were extended beyond Walter's death by the leadership of his son Peter, the Dodgers have had a continuous broadcast voice, Vin Scully.
Under the ownership of Walter O'Malley, who became the National League's most influential owner, the Los Angeles Dodgers became the most prosperous and most stable franchise in major-league baseball.
Alston passed the reins to Tommy Lasorda, a pitcher not quite good enough to crack the Brooklyn-era staff who had served the organization as a coach and minor league manager.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/O/OMalley_Walter.stm   (1308 words)

  
 Los Angeles Dodgers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Walter O'Malley eventually passed control of the Dodgers to his son Peter, who managed the team on his family's behalf.
That the Dodgers left Brooklyn heartbroken is undisputable; that Walter O'Malley did it deliberately is not.
This event was the harbinger of the integration of sports in the United States, the concomitant demise of the Negro Leagues, and is regarded as a key moment in the history of the U.S. Civil Rights movement.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Los_Angeles_Dodgers   (1308 words)

  
 Cultural Catholic - Catholic News
Archbishop O'Malley is opposed to proposed legislation by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to mandate disclosure.
Archbishop Sean P. O'Malley of the Archdiocese of Boston said the archdiocese's finances will be disclosed "in living color" starting next Spring.
Ed Betz/AP Brother Kenneth M. Hoagland, principal of Kellenberg Memorial High School in the Hamptons on Long Island in New York is canceling this year's prom saying the school is "...willing to sponsor a prom but not an orgy.
culturalcatholic.com   (10232 words)

  
 Walter Alston The BASEBALL Page
When Brooklyn owner Walter O'Malley hired Alston to be his manager in November, 1953, a sportswriter quipped, "The Dodgers do not need a manager, and that is why they got Alston." Despite a cold reception, Brooklyn warmed to Alston, who guided the team to their only World Series title in the burrough.
Walter Emmons Alston was born in Venice, Ohio, on the frist day of December, 1911, the son of a farmer who had once played semipro ball.
Alston won World Series titles in '55, 1959, 1963, and 1965, relying on power and pitching in the 1950s, pitching and speed in the 1960s, and youth and pitching in the 1970s, when he won his final pennant, in 1974.
www.thebaseballpage.com /past/pp/alstonwalter   (1146 words)

  
 Walter O'Malley : Dodger History : Team History : 1960's : 1967
Below are the Dodger Front Office department heads and personnel, plus scouts who worked for Walter O'Malley.
The Dodgers of 1967 could not seem to get over the major headline stories of the off-season when Sandy Koufax, the dominating left-handed pitcher of the decade, announced his retirement and cut short a Hall of Fame career due to an arthritic elbow, and speedy shortstop Maury Wills was traded to Pittsburgh.
Steve Yeager was selected by the Dodgers in the June Free Agent Draft.
www.walteromalley.com /hist_team_1967.php   (396 words)

  
 Walter's BMCs
Walters' Miss Lee is 7/8 James Lee bloodline and 1/8 L.H. Ladner bloodline.
Walters' Mo-Duke x Walters' Miss Lee, so she is line-bred on Ladner/Lee bloodlines.
Walters' Adelina are about 5/8 James Lee bloodline and 3/8 L.H. Ladner bloodline.
www.blackmouthcur.com /walter's_bmcs.htm   (457 words)

  
 Journal of Australian Studies: `Fuck all editors': the Ern Malley affair and Gwen Harwood's Bulletin scandal. (Framing Stories and Poetry).@ HighBeam Research
James McAuley and Harold Stewart were the two poets behind the creation of the `great aussie battler' Ern Malley and Gwen Harwood was the quaintly titled `lady poet' behind the suave European Walter Lehmann.
The first was the Ern Malley Hoax; the second Gwen Harwood's Bulletin scandal.
Journal of Australian Studies: `Fuck all editors': the Ern Malley affair and Gwen Harwood's Bulletin scandal.
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:90102680&refid=holomed_1   (224 words)

  
 Walter Matthau Current Month TV Schedule
Starring Barbra Streisand, Walter Matthau, Michael Crawford, Louis Armstrong, E J Peaker, Marianne McAndrew, Fritz Feld, Richard Collier, J Pat O'Malley.
Starring Walter Matthau, George Burns, Richard Benjamin, Lee Meredith, Howard Hesseman, F Murray Abraham, James Cranna, Ron Rifkin, Jennifer Lee, Fritz Feld.
Starring Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Ann-Margret, Sophia Loren, Burgess Meredith, Ann Guilbert, Kevin Pollak, Daryl Hannah, Max Wright.
www.tv-now.com /stars/matthau.html   (734 words)

  
 Scott, Walter on Encyclopedia.com
Walter O'Malley Official Website -- www.walteromalley.com -- Commemorates Former Dodgers President and Baseball Visionary.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- Walter Mondale accepts the nomination for U.S. Senator from Minnesota on Wednesday, October 30, 2002 at the State Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- Former Vice President Walter Mondale greets well-wishers after he was nominated to run for U.S. Senate seat from Minnesota on Wednesday, October 30, 2002.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/S/Scott-W1a.asp   (581 words)

  
 Magisterial Fidelity
Archbishop Sean P. O'Malley, seeking to revive the struggling Catholic school system in Greater Boston, has chosen one of the most prominent critics of archdiocesan leadership, business power broker Jack Connors Jr., to oversee a new effort to revitalize parochial education.
Walter sends out an email telling his "Friends" it's all over...
Walter Cuenin, however critical he has been in the formation of our community.
carolmckinley.blogspot.com   (8150 words)

  
 Ann Bridge Papers
The papers of British author Lady Mary Dolling Sanders O'Malley, who wrote under the pseudonym Ann Bridge, consist largely of her holograph manuscripts for books published from 1932 through 1973.
www.hrc.utexas.edu /research/fa/bridge.html   (8150 words)

  
 October 8
1957 - Baseball: Walter O'Malley announces that the Dodgers are going to move from Brooklyn, New York to Los Angeles, California
1834 - Walter Kittredge, American musician and composer during the Civil War.
Ray Reardon, six times world snooker champion, was born.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /October_8   (969 words)

  
 Quotes by Author
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Joyce Carol Oates, Lawrence Oates, Tunde Obadina, Frank Odasz, Daniel O'Connell, Flannery O'Connor, Cristina Odone, Red O'Donnell Oliver O'Donovan, Oecolampadius, David Ogilvy, Kenichi Ohmae, Laurence Olivier, Ken Olson, Austin O'Malley, Eugene O'Neill, Jared Oopf, Amelia Opie, J.
www.weeks-g.dircon.co.uk /quotes_by_author.htm   (969 words)

  
 Cool Running :: RayZ Awareness 5K/Bill Walter III Melanoma Research Fund Race Results
Overall Female 1 12 Suzanne Omalley (41) Port Orange, FL 20:46
Overall Male 1 1 Erik Frank (27) Celebration, FL 17:14
www.coolrunning.com /results/02/fl/May4_RayZAw_set1.html   (414 words)

  
 Walter O'Malley : Official Website
Home • Walter O'Malley Biography • Dodger History • Dodger Stadium
Most Influential People "off the field" in sports history as voted by the Sports Century panel.
www.walteromalley.com   (414 words)

  
 Walter O'Malley : Official Website
Home • Walter O'Malley Biography • Dodger History • Dodger Stadium
Most Influential People "off the field" in sports history as voted by the Sports Century panel.
www.walteromalley.com   (414 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Books: Dodger Stadium (Images of Sport)
The dream of a grand baseball stadium materialzed amidst the frustration, inspiration, and determination of Walter O'Malley, whose creation of Dodger Stadium would become a jewel in a four-decade career in the major leagues.
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, World Series, National League, Southern California, Walter O'Malley, Tommy Lasorda, Sandy Koufax, Brooklyn Dodgers, Don Drysdale, San Francisco, Pacific Coast League, Oldtimers Day, All-Star Game, Steve Garvey, Duke Snider, Vin Scully, Maury Wills, American League, Bill Russell, Don Sutton, Chavez Ravine, Ebbets Field, Louis Cardinals, Manager Walter Alston
It contains pictures that we have not seen before, and information we have not known (Dodger Stadium used for ski jumping?!).
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0738528684?v=glance   (582 words)

  
 Walter O'Malley : Official Website : This Month in Walter O'Malley History
OMalley insisted that his Vice Presidents Fresco Thompson and E. “Buzzie” Bavasi should share in the honor.
Other Dodgers who were honored by the publication are Walter Alston, Major League Manager of the Year and center fielder Duke Snider, Major League Player of the Year.
“I would have had no chance for this distinction had it not been for Bavasi and Thompson,” said OMalley.
www.walteromalley.com /thisday_01_04.php   (582 words)

  
 Walter O'Malley : Official Website : This Month in Walter O'Malley History
Conlan, one of the highest Irish tenors around set one of the high spots of the evening when he sang a love song to Kay OMalley, while Greg Mulleavy, a normally quiet and soft spoken fellow who is a scout, wielded a shillelagh and directed proceedings with a constant-stream of brogue-tinged orders.”
Giants’ secretary Eddie Brannick always had thrown a party on St. Patrick’s Day in the past, but was pre-empted this year by OMalley, who arranged to have officials of both the Dodgers and Giants celebrate together at the brand new hotel.
The press corps from New York, Brooklyn and Miami, as well as umpire Jocko Conlan were among the invited guests.
www.walteromalley.com /thisday_03_17.php   (800 words)

  
 UWM-L&S: Faculty Document No. 518
In addition to Bradley Professor Southward, Streip and Wiland, faculty members serving on the Honors Program Committee during 1998-99 were: Lawrence Baldassaro (ex officio), F. Xavier Baron, Mark Harris, John Koethe, Eleanor Miller, Richard O'Malley, Corliss Phillabaum, Cyrus Smith, Walter Weare (Chair), and Brian Wishne.
Xavier Baron, Mark Harris, Richard O'Malley, Corliss Phillabaum, and Walter Weare served.
The award will be announced at the Honors Graduation Reception on May 15, and presented at a reception for Hassan on June 18, 1999.
www.uwm.edu /letsci/committees/2000/fdn/fdn518.html   (616 words)

  
 BallparkTour.com - Dodger Stadium
Suzuki and his wife were guests of Walter O'Malley at the stadium's opening in 1962 and were so taken with the new park that he commissioned the lantern as a gift to the stadium.
In the mid 1940's, Walter O'Malley had begun consulting with architect Captain Emil Praeger about different ideas for a new ballpark for the Dodgers.
Dodger Stadium was so well planned (location, design, easily expandable for luxury suites and clubs) and is so well maintained that even after 42 years it's still one of the jewels of baseball.
www.ballparktour.com /Dodger_Stadium.html   (616 words)

  
 Classic Images: Lynn Bari Filmography
Jack Perry, Ward Bond, Huey White, Frank Hagney, Charles Wilson, Tom Kennedy, Tom McGuire, Laura Treadwell, Pat O'Malley, Gino Corrado, Richard Powell, James Burtis, Mary McCarty, Gorge Chandler, Moyer Bupp, Myra Marsh, Douglas Haig, Leonard Su es, Paul McVey, William Worthington.
With Lew Ayres, Claire Trevor,Walter Woolf King, Zasu Pitts, Jack Haley, Tala Birell, Sig Rumann, Frank Mitchell, Jack Durant, Herbert Mundin, Henry Kolker, Laura Treadwell, Douglas Wood, Helen Freem an, Edgar Sherrod, Walter Brennan, Lew Kelly, Eddie Chandler, Arthur Houseman, George Chandler, Wilfred Hari, Egar Dearing.
Directed by Roy Del Ruth, with Dick Powell, Madeleine Carroll, Alice Faye, The Ritz Brothers, George Barbier, Alan Mowbray, Walter Catlett, Cora Witherspoon, Doglas Fowley, Joan Davis, Stepin Fetchit, Sig Rumann, Billy Gilbert, John Sheehan, LB, Douglas Wood, E. Clive, Paul Irving, Harry Stubbs, Ricardo Mandia, Edward Cooper, Dewey Robinson, Edgar Norton, Bess Flowers.
www.classicimages.com /1997/february/lynnbari_films.html   (616 words)

  
 »»Reviews for Recreation««
His telling of the machinations of Walter O'Malley and Robert Moses gives a great look at New York in the Fifties.
Shapiro tells the story of the fight between O'Malley and Moses, and he truly captures how important the Dodgers were to Brooklyn.
His reasoning is sound and he does a great job of showing O'Malley to be the conniving businessman he was.
www.booksunderreview.com /Recreation/Recreation_32.html   (616 words)

  
 Walter O'Malley : Biography : Quotes : From Others : Marvin Miller
(L-R) Marvin Miller, Union counsel Dick Moss, Walter OMalley and Mrs.
At the time I began as executive director of the Players Association in 1966, Walter OMalley was really running the game.
Walter O'Malley : Biography : Quotes : From Others : Marvin Miller
www.walteromalley.com /biog_quotes_miller.php   (257 words)

  
 Walter O'Malley : Dodger History : Dodgertown : Vero Beach History
Holman himself wrote OMalley in Brooklyn and tried to assist in smoothing over the Vero Beach City Council members who were opposed.
As Milwaukee’s attendance was nearly twice that of the Dodgers, OMalley felt added pressure to resolve the new stadium issue for fear of not being able to compete with the Braves.
But, since the 1952 arrangement would precede the new construction, OMalley and the Dodgers wanted to wait and transfer the installation of lights to Holman Stadium, which would also permit use of the park for other city sports activities.
www.walteromalley.com /hist_dtown_page13.php   (641 words)

  
 Walter O'Malley : Dodger History : Dodgertown : Dodgers Win Opener
The heart-shaped lake behind Holman Stadium is a tribute to Kay OMalley from her husband.
Aesthetics of a stadium were always high on OMalley’s list, whether in Brooklyn, Vero Beach or Los Angeles.
The use of color and landscaping in a stadium were important elements to OMalley.
www.walteromalley.com /hist_dtown_page12.php   (729 words)

  
 Classic Images: Lynn Bari Filmography
With Lew Ayres, Claire Trevor,Walter Woolf King, Zasu Pitts, Jack Haley, Tala Birell, Sig Rumann, Frank Mitchell, Jack Durant, Herbert Mundin, Henry Kolker, Laura Treadwell, Douglas Wood, Helen Freem an, Edgar Sherrod, Walter Brennan, Lew Kelly, Eddie Chandler, Arthur Houseman, George Chandler, Wilfred Hari, Egar Dearing.
Jack Perry, Ward Bond, Huey White, Frank Hagney, Charles Wilson, Tom Kennedy, Tom McGuire, Laura Treadwell, Pat O'Malley, Gino Corrado, Richard Powell, James Burtis, Mary McCarty, Gorge Chandler, Moyer Bupp, Myra Marsh, Douglas Haig, Leonard Su es, Paul McVey, William Worthington.
Directed by Roy Del Ruth, with Dick Powell, Madeleine Carroll, Alice Faye, The Ritz Brothers, George Barbier, Alan Mowbray, Walter Catlett, Cora Witherspoon, Doglas Fowley, Joan Davis, Stepin Fetchit, Sig Rumann, Billy Gilbert, John Sheehan, LB, Douglas Wood, E. Clive, Paul Irving, Harry Stubbs, Ricardo Mandia, Edward Cooper, Dewey Robinson, Edgar Norton, Bess Flowers.
www.classicimages.com /1997/february/lynnbari_films.html   (729 words)

  
 Walter O'Malley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Walter Francis O'Malley (October 9, 1903 - August 9, 1979) was an American sports executive who owned the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers team in Major League Baseball from 1950 to 1979.
O'Malley was the son of Edwin Joseph O'Malley (1883-1955), who was working as a cotton goods salesman in the Bronx in 1903, but would later become the Commissioner of Public Markets for New York City.
In 1955, the team overcame decades of frustration by winning the World Series for the first time in franchise history.
www.hackettstown.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Walter_O'Malley   (382 words)

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