Stevenson, James

Stevenson, James

(?1929–  ) cartoonist, writer; born in New York City. He graduated from Yale and was a reporter for Life magazine until 1955. From 1956 to 1963 he was a cartoonist and writer for the New Yorker. Thereafter he illustrated and wrote numerous books for children, such as Could Be Worse! (1977), and Worse Than Willy! (1984). He lived in Connecticut.

Stevenson, James

(1840–88) explorer, ethnologist; born in Maysville, Ky. He joined the U.S. Geological Survey and, with Dr. Ferdinand Hayden, explored the Missouri, Columbia, and Snake Rivers to their sources. He participated in the Yellowstone region survey (1871) and was probably the first white man to climb the Great Teton (1872). After 1879 he worked for the U.S. Bureau of Ethnology; he studied the languages and customs of the Blackfeet, Navaho, Zuni, Hopi, and Pueblo Indians, and he collected and catalogued a great deal of their cultural materials.
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And he had no fears about playing young stars like James McArthur, Brian Easton, Tony Stevenson, James Gibson and Grant Gillespie.
By midway three athletes had broken away with Skinner and Tewelde having Scott Overall for company as gaps began to appear among the chasing pack which included Neilson Hall, Lee Merrion, Alistair Hay, Ricky Stevenson, James Walsh and former Elswick athlete Ryan McLeod.
A SMART Alex Griffiths hat-trick gave Woolton Panthers (Jordan Stevenson, James Tierney) a 5-3 win over Springwood in the only under 12s game to survive the weather.
Moseley Town Colts reached round two of the Eaglesfield Challenge Cup following a 4-1 win over Yardley Chester, where Scott Sawyers, Tom Stevenson, James Barrett and Jamie Munford supplied the goals.
Goals from Tony Stevenson, James McArthur andDavidGraham earned maximum points in a sensational 90 minutes of vibrant football.
We've got a lot of great youngsters like James McArthur, Tony Stevenson, James Gibson and Brian Easton and there's a lot of experience with the likes of Mark McLaughlin, Alex Neil and Chris Swailes.
The remaining Division One fixture saw Telegraph win an eight-goal thriller against Pharmapac 5-3 as Steve Henry bagged a brace and Brian Stevenson, James Lee Walters and Mark Yates notched singles to finish the season on a high
Hugh Stevenson, James Turner, Brendan McMahon, Glyn Pitchford and Andy Wilkins
Having spent much of their young professional lives dedicated to a single choreographer--she is twenty-three, he twenty-seven--Lacarra and Pierre are having a ball within the eclecticism of Tomasson's troupe--Balanchine, Robbins, Tomasson, Mark Morris, Paul Taylor, William Forsythe, Val Caniparoli, Ben Stevenson, James Kudelka.
Senior honours: Thomas Murdy, Nathan Salem, Bobby Mole, Callum Watson, Nathan Ryder, Jack Watkins, Jack Stevenson, James Moss, David Lawrence.
Goals from Tony Stevenson, James McArthur and David Graham earned maximum points in a sensational 90 minutes of vibrant football.