Ron Underwood

Ronald Brian Underwood (born November 6, 1953) is an American film director, producer and television director.

City Slickers

City Slickers is a 1991 American western comedy film, directed by Ron Underwood and starring Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern, Bruno Kirby, and Jack Palance, with supporting roles by Patricia Wettig, Helen Slater, and Noble Willingham.

State school

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State schools (known as public schools in some parts of the world) are generally primary or secondary schools mandated for or offered to all children without charge, funded in whole or in part by taxation. These schools are generally inclusive (non-selective) in admitting all students within the geographical area that they serve.

California Interscholastic Federation

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The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) is the governing body for high school sports in the U.S. state of California. CIF membership includes both public and private high schools. Unlike most other state organizations, it does not have a single, statewide championships for all sports; instead, for some sports, the CIF's 10 Sections each have their own championships.

CIF Southern Section

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The California Interscholastic Federation-Southern Section (CIF-SS) is the governing body for high school athletics in most of Southern California and is the largest of the ten sections that comprise the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). Its membership includes most public and private high schools in Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Mono and Inyo counties, as well as a small portion of Kern County. Teams from the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and surrounding areas have competed in the CIF Los Angeles City Section since 1935.

List of United States high school national records in track and field

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This is a list of the outdoor national records in the sport of track and field at the United States high school level.

Jo Anne Overleese

Subsequently, she was a Class of 1940 graduate of Herbert Hoover High School in Glendale, CA, where she had the chance to play Amateur Athletic Union basketball and softball state tournaments. as a member of Tornadoes teams. In 1946, Overleese attended a tryout with the All-American League and later went to Pascagoula, Mississippi to the league's formal spring training. That year she played at second base for the Muskegon Lassies and the Peoria Redwings, a pair of expansion teams at the time. That was her only season in the league. In 54 career games, Overleese batted .178 (31-for-174) with four doubles and one triple, driving in 15 runs and scoring 13 times, while stealing six bases.

Clark Magnet High School

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Anderson W. Clark Magnet High School is located at 4747 New York Avenue Glendale, California, United States. The school is managed as a part of the Glendale Unified School District.

Hoover High School

Hoover High School may refer to: Herbert Hoover High School (Fresno), California. Herbert Hoover High School (Glendale), California. Herbert Hoover High School (San Diego), California. Herbert Hoover High School (Des Moines), Iowa. Herbert Hoover High School (West Virginia), in Clendenin, West Virginia. Hoover High School (Alabama), Hoover, Alabama, made famous by the MTV show Two-A-Days. Hoover High School (North Canton, Ohio).

Art Sevada

*List of Armenians 1991 Herbert Hoover High School, Glendale, California. 1995 Glendale Community College. 1997 CSUN majoring in Visual Arts Graphic Design.

CIF California State Meet alumni

This is a list of the notable people who have participated in the CIF California State Meet. It includes their results at the CIF California State Meet, cross referenced to a highlight of their notable achievements. For the majority of these athletes, this meet was the last NFHS sanctioned meet of their high school career.

List of hillside letters in California

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This is a list of hillside letters (also known as mountain monograms) in the U.S. state of California. There are at least 80 hillside letters, acronyms, and messages in the state, possibly as many as 91. Among these are the oldest letter (the C in Berkeley, 1905) and the largest letter (the L in Susanville, almost 600 feet long).

Armenian Power

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In 2000, a killing of a 17-year-old Chicano outside of Hoover High School by Armenian gang youth sparked dialogue to find ways to help stop violence between these groups. On February 16, 2011 during Operation Power Outage over 900 federal and local law enforcement authorities arrested nearly 100 people allegedly involved in Armenian organized crime in the Los Angeles area. Much of the crime was white collar in nature, including identity theft crimes such as credit card skimming.

Brian Crosby (author)

., he is the co-chair of the English Department at Herbert Hoover High School in Glendale, California. He has written two books about teaching and the educational system. His 2002 book, The $100,000 Teacher: A Teacher's Solution to America's Declining Public School System was honored by ForeWord magazine as the Book of the Year in Education. Crosby, Brian (2002). The $100,000 Teacher: A Solution to America's Declining Public School System, Capital Books, 288 pages. ISBN: 978-1892123558. Crosby, Brian (2008). Smart Kids, Bad Schools: 38 Ways to Save America's Future, Thomas Dunne Books, 320 pages. ISBN: 978-0312372583.

1970 Los Angeles Dodgers season

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In 1970, Los Angeles Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley stepped down as team president, turning the reins over to his son Peter, while remaining as the team's chairman. The Dodgers remained competitive, finishing the season in second place, 14½ games behind the NL Champion Cincinnati Reds in the National League West.

List of high schools in Los Angeles County, California

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Herbert Hoover High School, Glendale. Glen A. Wilson High School, Hacienda Heights. La Puente High School, La Puente. Los Altos High School, Hacienda Heights. Puente Hills High School, La Puente. Valley Alternative High School, La Puente. William Workman High School, City of Industry. City Honors High School, Inglewood. Inglewood High School, Inglewood. Morningside High School, Inglewood. Philippine Los Angeles High School, Inglewood. Agoura High School, Agoura. Calabasas High School, Calabasas. Cabrillo High School, Long Beach. California Academy of Math and Science (CAMS) [on the CSU Dominguez Hills campus]. Jordan High School, Long Beach. Lakewood High School.

Mika Peltonen

He lived in Glendale, California where he attended and graduated from Herbert Hoover High School. He graduated from high school in Finland in 1976 and the Finnish Military Academy in 1980. General Peltonen has had an illustrious career in the Finnish Military. He has served as Aide-de-Camp to three successive Finnish Presidents, taught at the Finnish Military Academy, been Commander of the Multinational Task Force North of EUFOR in 2005, had command of an infantry brigade, Inspector on Finnish Infantry, Finnish Defense forces Chief of Planning and is currently serving as Chief of Operations. Aides-de-Camp until 1.3.2000 Web page - http://www.tpk.fi/ahtisaari/eng/cven.html.

1985 Los Angeles Dodgers season

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The 1985 Los Angeles Dodgers won the National League West before losing to the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Championship Series. Fernando Valenzuela set a major league record for most consecutive innings at the start of a season without allowing an earned run (41).

Cady McClain

She attended high school at Corona del Mar High in Newport Beach, University High School in Irvine and Hoover High School in Glendale, California. McClain moved to New York City when she was seventeen. She lived there for twenty-five years before moving back to Los Angeles in 2012. She is a painter, writes poetry and articles for the internet (Policymic.com, HLNTV.com, Parade.com), and plays guitar. Her website, www.cadymcclain.com, displays artwork and collages she has created as well as links to her articles. She released two books of her poetry and art in 2008, Conversations with the Invisible, and Licked. In April 2014 she will be releasing her memoir "Murdering My Youth" via Amazon.

National Pacemaker Awards

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Scroll (Hoover High School) (1995). Shield (Robert E. Lee High School) (2001, 2003, 2005). Silvertip (Wichita Northwest High School) (2000, 2003). Sin Igual (Cerritos High School) (1995, 2000). So Anyway (Bay High School) (2004). Spirit (Seeger High School) (2005). The Stampede (J.W. Mitchell High School) (2005). Sunset (Corona del Sol High School) (1998, 2005). Talisman (Saratoga High School) (2003). Tiger (Jesuit High School) (1998). The Tiger (Texas High School) (2004, 2006). Titanian (San Marino High School) (2012). Tom Tom (Danville Community High School) (2001, 2003, 2004). Tonitrus (Rocklin High School) (2006). Trail (Overland High School) (1998, 2000).

Al Scates

His son, David, is a Physical Education and Health and Guidance teacher at Herbert Hoover High School in Glendale, CA. He also has two daughters, Leslie and Tracy, and four grandchildren. Scates is on the Board of Directors of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA). He was featured in the January 2007 issue of Coaching Volleyball Magazine, the official magazine of the AVCA. Scates was part of the Alpha Psi chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma International Fraternity while he matriculated at UCLA. UCLA has won the following Volleyball Championships under Scates. In 2003, Scates was enshrined in the UCLA Hall of Fame.