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Matt Serletic

onsdag, september 13th, 2017

Matt Serletic is an American record producer and music executive. As a teenager, Serletic joined a band with members of Collective Soul, a group for which he would later produce. Serletic has worked with several other popular bands and artists for Atlantic Records, including Matchbox Twenty thermos bottle parts, Cher, Blessid Union of Souls, Edwin McCain, Stacie Orrico, Taylor Hicks, Rob Thomas, and singer/songwriter Angie Aparo. Serletic worked with American Idol winner David Cook on his second studio album. He also preceded Jason Flom as chairman of Virgin Records, a position he held from 2002-2005. He also worked with Joe Cocker small sports bottle, writing and producing his album, Hard Knocks.

In 2011, Serletic tried his hand at being a reality show judge on the television show CMT’s Next Superstar and hooped football socks.

Serletic is the owner of Emblem Music Group and currently resides in Calabasas, California Purple Bandage Dress, with his wife, Ramona, and their two children. Matt also helped the rock supergroup Class of ’99 in covering Pink Floyd’s ”Another Brick in the Wall” for the film The Faculty, contributing on the keyboard.[citation needed]

Clay Smith (baseball)

måndag, januari 9th, 2017

Clay Jamieson Smith (September 11, 1914 – March 5, 2002) was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played for two seasons. He played for the Cleveland Indians for four games in 1938 and the Detroit Tigers for 14 games in 1940. He pitched in the 1940 World Series, posting an ERA of 2.25 in the Series.

Smith was born in Cambridge, KS, in southeastern Kansas. He is one of three major leaguers (through 2009) out of Southwestern College in Winfield, KS, in the same county as Cambridge. He was on the baseball, wrestling and track teams in college cheap football socks.

He began pitching in the minors with Fargo-Moorhead in 1935-36 thermos bottle parts, going 15-5 in 1936. After posting a 16–13 record in 1937 for Springfield, he went 8–14 in 1938 for Wilkes-Barre with a decent 3.35 ERA. The pitcher at Wilkes-Barre with the best ERA was Charley Suche, who had also been at Fargo-Moorhead in 1935.

Clay made his major league debut on September 13, 1938, and pitched four games for the 1938 Cleveland Indians that year. He made his debut on September 18, in his only major league appearance.

Smith spent 1939 at Buffalo, where he went 13–11. A teammate was the 21-year-old Lou Boudreau, who hit thermos water bottle with straw.331. Smith led the team in victories.

The Detroit Tigers purchased Smith and sent him to Beaumont for the 1940 season, where he posted a 12–5 record. He also appeared in 14 games with the 1940 Tigers, and then pitched four innings in Game 4 of the 1940 World Series.

He was with St. Paul each season from 1941 to 1943.

After baseball he was a rancher and mail carrier. He had a farm north of Cambridge and retired from farming in 1985.

He is in the Kansas Baseball Hall of Fame.

11th Indiana Infantry Regiment

lördag, januari 7th, 2017

American Civil War

The 11th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War.

The 11th Indiana was enlisted in Indianapolis, Indiana, to serve 90 days, with Lew Wallace as its colonel and George McGinnis as lieutenant colonel. The regiment was sent to western Virginia and saw only minimal action during a raid on the town of Romney. It then returned to Indianapolis to be mustered out as its enlistment had expired

The 11th Indiana was reorganized in Indianapolis with Wallace and McGinnis returning as colonel and lieutenant colonel. Wallace trained the 11th Indiana in Zouave tactics and the regiment became known as Wallace’s Zouaves. The uniform consisted of a grey jacket with red trimming, a grey kepi with red braiding, a dark blue zouave vest, and grey pantaloons. Later they received a new uniform consisting of a black zouave jacket with skyblue trimming, a red kepi with a dark blue band, and sky blue pantaloons. The regiment was sent to Paducah colorful socks wholesale, Kentucky and from there joined Ulysses S. Grant’s expedition against Fort Henry. Before they went into action, Wallace was promoted to brigadier general and McGinnis became the regiment’s colonel. McGinnis led the regiment at Fort Henry, Fort Donelson and Shiloh. After Shiloh, McGinnis was promoted to brigadier general and Daniel Macauley became regimental colonel thermos bottle parts. Macauley led the regiment during the Vicksburg Campaign and the subsequent siege of Vicksburg.

After the fall of Vicksburg, the 11th Indiana was transferred for duty in the Department of the Gulf. In July, 1864 the regiment was ordered to Washington, DC and joined Philip Sheridan’s Army of the Shenandoah. With Macauley in command the regiment fought at the battles of Opequon, Fisher’s Hill and Cedar Creek. It remained on garrison duty in the Shenandoah Valley until it was mustered out on July 26 empty glass bottles, 1865 custom football t shirts designs.

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