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James Norris Memorial Trophy

Awarded to the most outstanding defenseman of the year and named after James Norris, the late Detroit Red Wings owner-president. Winners selected by PHWA. Multiple winners: Bobby Orr (8); Dou…

Chuck Norris

Name at birth: Carlos Ray NorrisChuck Norris was a world karate champion who became an action-adventure star in the movies and on TV. Raised in Oklahoma and California, Norris discovered martial arts…

Norris BROWN

Senate Years of Service: 1907-1913Party: RepublicanBROWN, Norris, a Senator from Nebraska; born in Maquoketa, Jackson County, Iowa, May 2, 1863; attended the common schools; graduated from the …

Frank Selke Trophy

Awarded to the outstanding defensive forward of the year and named after the late Montreal Canadiens general manager. Winners selected by the PHWA. Multiple winners: Bob Gainey (4); Guy Carbo…

Chuck Norris Biography

Chuck Norris (Carlos Ray Norris) actor, athlete Born: 3/10/1940 Birthplace: Ryan, Oklahoma Norris won the World Middleweight Karate Championship seven times before entering the enterta…

George William NORRIS

Senate Years of Service: 1913-1943Party: Republican; IndependentNORRIS, George William, a Representative and a Senator from Nebraska; born on a farm near Clyde, Sandusky County, Ohio, on July 1…

Norris H. COTTON

Senate Years of Service: 1954-1974; 1975-1975Party: Republican; RepublicanCOTTON, Norris H., a Representative and a Senator from New Hampshire; born on a farm in Warren, Grafton County, N.H., M…

Norris McWhirter 2004 Deaths

Norris McWhirterAge: 78 journalist and sports announcer who, with his twin brother Ross, started the Guinness Book of World Records in 1955. More than 100 million of the books have been sold. …

James D. Norris

James D. NorrisBorn: Nov. 6, 1906Boxing promoter and NHL owner president of International Boxing Club from 1949 until U.S. Supreme Court ordered its break-up (for anti-trust violations) in 195…

Joe Norris 2001 Deaths

Joe NorrisAge: 93 organized the first American Bowling Congress "beer team" in 1933, which prompted the sport's most prolific bowling league and put Detroit at the center of the bowling map; c…