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Taft

William Howard. 1857--1930, US statesman; 27th president of the US (1909--13)
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Gould updates the historiography of the Taft presidency through admirable sourcing and a comprehensive bibliographic discussion.
Taft responded with another run, and Williams layup with 10 seconds remaining in the second quarter put the Toreadors comfortably ahead, 24-11, at halftime.
Unlike his opponents, Taft barely campaigned, acknowledging that he needed to generate more publicity but admitting: "I know it, but I can't do it.
On the third ballot, he jumped into second place ahead of Taft with 259 votes.
Taft condemns Eastern-rite Catholicism as an obstacle to Church union.
It is our responsibility to make life better for someone else each day," said Taft Information Technology High School Principal Anthony Smith.
Junior Amber Dixon led four Taft players in double figures with 16 points.
Drew led Taft with 25 points, eight rebounds and six assists.
2) After playing at Calabasas and moving to England, Sarah Cohen chose to play at Taft when she moved back to California.
Rebecca Mesropyan, Amanda Spencer and Yuliya Maystruk all recorded straight- set victories to give Taft its three singles wins, but Palisades' strength in doubles wound up being the deciding factor.
2 Taft (13-2) knock off top-seeded Palisades of Pacific Palisades (16-2) at 1 p.
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