Clark, Bobby

Clark, Bobby

(1888–1960) actor; born in Springfield, Ohio. An intelligent comic, whose unique walk and leer predated Groucho Marx, he teamed up with straightman Paul McCullough to do vaudeville, burlesque, and films (1900–36).
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Brian Clark, Bobby Woodruff and Peter King were the City scorers.
And as well as preparing for action on the field, the trio - they are pictured (from left) Matt Clark, Bobby Bahadori and Gareth Simpson - are embarking on fund-raising activities to raise cash for their trips.
These philanthropic creations from Ming Tsai, Todd English, Cedric Maxwell, Mary Higgins Clark, Bobby Orr, Walter McCarty, David McCullough, Karen Smyers, Taylor Twellman, and many other personalities from a cross- section of industries are available for purchase on eBay, the world's largest online marketplace.
Toshack, controversially sold to Liverpool for pounds 110,000 in November 1970, was back at his hometown club for a reunion with former teammates Brian Clark, Bobby Woodruff, Gary Bell, Steve Derrett and Ronnie Bird.
And there will be pressure as well for our younger managers like Jim Jefferies, Paul Sturrock, Sandy Clark, Bobby Williamson and Jocky Scott.
He cannot afford to step out of line again when the names of Glenn Hoddle, Frank Clark, Bobby Robson and Terry Venables are all being linked with his job.
Other Bell Indy 500 Champions include: Roger Ward, Parnelli Jones, Johnnie Parsons, Jimmy Clark, Bobby Unser, Mario Andretti, Al Unser, Mark Donohue, Gordon Johncock, Johnny Rutherford, AJ Foyt, Tom Sneva, Bobby Rahal, Danny Sullivan, Emerson Fittipaldi, Al Unser Jr.
Those profiled also include Dick Clark, Bobby Clark, Tug McGraw, The Hooters, Robin Roberts, Tom Gola and more.
Judges for the Finalist playoff competition included Dick Clark, Bobby Haber, CEO and founder of CMJ and Nic Harcourt, host of "Morning Becomes Eclectic" on 89.