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    • Machaskee interferes

    • Machaskee, Alex; Plain Dealer (Firm); Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum; Kucinich, Gary; Wages; Cleveland Browns (Football team : 1946-1995); Cleveland Cavaliers (Basketball team); Cleveland Indians
    • Machaskee interferes -- Sports wealth -- Rock hall vote brings a Kucinich into limelight again.
    • Gund Arena Cleveland, Ohio

    • Gund Arena; Arena; Gateway; Sports & recreation facilities; Aerial photographs
    • "Gund Arena, located in the heart of downtown Cleveland, is home to the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association and the International Hockey League's Cleveland Lumberjacks. This 20,500 seat, multipurpose sports and entertainment...
    • Intramural sports - men's football

    • Fenn College; Intramural sports; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Millionaires' Row
    • Men's intramural sports touch football game played on the future site of television station WEWS, Channel 5.
    • City Club Forum: Billie Jean King, tennis player [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; City Club Forum; King, Billie Jean; Tennis; Sports; Athletes; People associated with entertainment & sports; Learning; History
    • Friday Forum: ''Women in the game series: You've come a long way, baby!,'' with Billie Jean King, sports pioneer. Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University, in partnership with Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, sponsored by Anthem Blue Cross...
    • Committee for Public Art

    • Art; Sports & recreation facilities; Gateway
    • "Committee for Public Art 1220 West Sixth Street Cleveland, Ohio 44113 216-621-5330; R.M. Fischer 'Sports Stacks: Gateway Plaza Columns', 1994" -- card verso.
    • Gund Arena, Cleveland

    • Gund Arena; Arena; Gateway; Sports & recreation facilities
    • Gund Arena Cleveland, Ohio; The 21,000 seat arena, located in the Gateway District, brings thousands of spectators into the downtown for sporting and entertainment events -- basketball, hockey, ice shows, the circus and concerts. Cette arène à...
    • Jacobs Field construction, Cleveland

    • Jacobs Field; Baseball fields; Gateway; Sports & recreation facilities
    • "CLEVELAND, OHIO Cleveland's state-of-the-art, 42,000 seat baseball park is home of the Cleveland Indians. Situated downtown, it is part of the Gateway sports and entertainment complex also including a 21,000 seat arena." -- card verso.
    • Cathedral Latin High School sports night

    • Cathedral Latin School; High schools; Sports; Awards
    • "Checking the Lineup for Sports Night at Cathedral Latin High School last night is Jim Freeman, president of the Dad's Club. First in line next to Freeman is Bob Nieman of the Indians followed by Jackie Gordan and Fred Glover of the Barons; Gabe...
    • Schools: what did you expect?

    • Cleveland Public Schools; Lombardi, Vincent; Sports; Satire; Ethnic And Race Relations; Feagler, Dick; Valeriani, Richard; Hyvnar, Vaclav; Voinovich, George V., 1936-
    • Schools: what did you expect? -- Lombardi: best passed over -- Sports corner -- Does mayor need an ethnic advisor? -- Feagler: from tiger to pussy cat -- Guess who's in town?
    • Lawrence Klingshirn in sports car

    • Automobiles; Sports cars; Avon Lake (Ohio)
    • "Lawrence Klingshirn in his new 1927 Chevrolet Capitol 2 door Sports Cabriolet (for reference see: http://oldcarandtruckpictures.com/Chevrolet/)" - from donor
    • City Club Forum: Dr. Myles Brand, president, NCAA [video]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; City Club Forum; Athletes; Students; Sports; Universities & colleges; Academic achievement; ; Learning; History
    • Friday Forum: ''The importance of colleges and universities finding a healthy balance between sports programs and academics and the need to uphold sports program integrity to protect their well-being,'' Dr. Myles Brand, president, National...
    • Intramural Sports Center, Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State University; Intramural Sports Center (Cleveland State University); East 24th St.; Chester Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Intramural Sports Center, which opened in 1972, was a geodesic dome designed by Thomas T. K. Zung. A heavy snow storm during construction in January 1971 caused the roof to sag, requiring the consruction of a second exo-skeleton.of aluminum...
    • Intramural Sports Center, Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State University; Intramural Sports Center (Cleveland State University); East 24th St.; Chester Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Intramural Sports Center, which opened in 1972, was a geodesic dome designed by Thomas T. K. Zung. A heavy snow storm during construction in January 1971 caused the roof to sag, requiring the consruction of a second exo-skeleton.of aluminum...
    • Intramural Sports Center, Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State University; Intramural Sports Center (Cleveland State University); East 24th St.; Chester Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Intramural Sports Center, which opened in 1972, was a geodesic dome designed by Thomas T. K. Zung. A heavy snow storm during construction in January 1971 caused the roof to sag, requiring the consruction of a second exo-skeleton.of aluminum...
    • Intramural Sports Center, Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State University; Intramural Sports Center (Cleveland State University); East 24th St.; Chester Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Intramural Sports Center, which opened in 1972, was a geodesic dome designed by Thomas T. K. Zung. A heavy snow storm during construction in January 1971 caused the roof to sag, requiring the consruction of a second exo-skeleton.of aluminum...
    • Intramural Sports Center, Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State University; Intramural Sports Center (Cleveland State University); East 24th St.; Chester Ave. (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • The Intramural Sports Center, which opened in 1972, was a geodesic dome designed by Thomas T. K. Zung. A heavy snow storm during construction in January 1971 caused the roof to sag, requiring the consruction of a second exo-skeleton.of aluminum...

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