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Adolph Green

Adolph Greenplaywright and lyricistBorn: Dec. 2, 1915Birthplace: New York City, N.Y. who, with Betty Comden, wrote the beloved Broadway musicals On the Town, Wonderful Town, and Singin' in th…

Adolph Rupp

Adolph RuppBorn: Sept. 2, 1901Basketball 2nd in all-time college coaching wins with 876; led Kentucky to 4 NCAA championships (1948-49,51,58) and 1 NIT title (1946).Died: Dec. 10, 1977Damon Ru…

Adolph MEYER

MEYER, Adolph, a Representative from Louisiana; born in Natchez, Adams County, Miss., October 19, 1842; attended the common schools; matriculated at the University of Virginia at Charlottesvill…

Adolph Joachim SABATH

SABATH, Adolph Joachim, a Representative from Illinois; born in Zabori, Czechoslovakia, April 4, 1866; attended the schools of his native town; immigrated to the United States in 1881 and settl…

Adolph Green 2002 Deaths

Adolph GreenAge: 86 playwright and lyricist who, with Betty Comden, wrote the beloved Broadway musicals On the Town, Wonderful Town, and Singin' in the Rain. Green and Comden collaborated for …

Adolph Green Biography

Adolph Greenplaywright and lyricistBorn: Dec. 2, 1915Birthplace: New York City, N.Y. who, with Betty Comden, wrote the beloved Broadway musicals On the Town, Wonderful Town, and Singin' in th…

Thomas Griffith 2002 Deaths

Thomas GriffithAge: 86 writer and editor who worked for Time Inc. for 30 years and was known in the organization as the “house liberal.” He was the editor of Life magazine from 196…

Alfredo Goyeneche 2002 Deaths

Alfredo GoyenecheAge: 63 president of the Spanish Olympic Committee; member of the International Olympic Committee since 2000; vice president of the SOC from 1987-98; He died of injuries susta…

Damon Runyon

Damon RunyonBorn: Oct. 4, 1884Kansas native who gained fame as New York journalist, sports columnist and short-story writer best known for 1932 story collection, “Guys and Dolls.”D…