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Mike Smith

lead singer of the Dave Clark FiveDied: February 28, 2008 (London, England) Best Known as: former lead singer of the Dave Clark Five Mike Smith was the lead …

Dave Barry

Dave Barry's offbeat humor column ran in The Miami Herald from 1983-2005 and won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 1988. Dave Barry's specialty is a mix of stream-of-consciousness wisecracks and ch…

Dave Matthews

Dave MatthewsmusicianBorn: 1/9/1967Birthplace: South Africa Founder of the Dave Matthews Band, a jazz-influenced rock and roll group that grew from touring the United States in a station wagon…

Dave Brubeck

Name at birth: David Warren BrubeckDave Brubeck was a jazz pianist and composer who's 1959 record Time Out became the first million-selling jazz record in the United States. A year after the album's r…

Dave Marr

Dave MarrAge: 63 professional golfer; won the 1965 PGA Championship at Laurel Valley in Pennsylvania; member of the Ryder Cup team and PGA player of the year in 1965; appointed captain of the…

Dave Logan

Dave LoganAge: 42 nose tackle with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1979-86; finished his career ranked second on the team's all-time sack list and sixth in career tackles; named an All-Pro in 19…

Dave Holmes

Dave HolmesAge: 75 football coach at Eastern Washington (1963-67) and Hawaii (1968-73); holds both schools' record for winning percentage; resigned after 1973 season despite 9-2 record in a ph…

Dave DeBusschere

Dave DeBusschereBorn: Oct. 16, 1940Basketball F youngest coach in NBA history (24 in 1964); player-coach of Detroit Pistons (1964-67); played in 8 All-Star games; won 2 NBA titles as player w…

Dave Winfield

Dave WinfieldBorn: Oct. 3, 1951Baseball OF-DH selected in 4 major sports league drafts in 1973— NFL, NBA, ABA, and MLB; chose baseball and played in 12 All-Star Games over 22-year career…

Thomas DAVEE

DAVEE, Thomas, a Representative from Maine; born in Plymouth, Mass., December 9, 1797; attended the common schools; moved to Maine, where he engaged in mercantile pursuits; member of the State …