Marcus Cutler

The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia’s notability guideline for sports and athletics. Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond its mere trivial mention. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. Find sources: ”Marcus Cutler” – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR · free images (April 2011) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)Marcus CarterSport(s) Football Biographical details Born January 14, 1875[1] Michigan Died August 16, 1949(1949-08-16) (aged 74) Michigan Coaching career (HC unless noted) 1895 Michigan State Normal Head coaching record Overall 3–3 (.500) Marcus De Lafaytte Cutler (January 14, 1875 – August 16, 1949) was an American football coach in the United States.Contents 1 Early years 2 Coaching career 3 Later years 4 Head coaching record 5 ReferencesEarly years[edit] Cutler was born in 1875. His father, Elim Cutler, was a farmer in DeWitt, Michigan. At the time of the 1880 U.S. Census, Cutler was living with his parents, Elim and Martha Cutler, and an older brother, David, and older sister, Lillian.[2] Coaching career[edit] Carter was the fifth head college football coach for the Michigan State Normal Normalites (now called the Eastern Michigan University Eagles) located in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He held that position for the 1895 season.[3] and his coaching record at the school was 3 wins and 3 losses.[4] As of the conclusion of the 2010 season, this ranks him #25 at Eastern Michigan in total wins and #14 at the school in winning percentage (.500).[5] Later years[edit] At the time of the 1900 U.S. Census, Cutler was living in Portland, Michigan working as a school teacher.[6] At the time of the 1910 U.S. Census, Cutler was living in Lansing, Michigan with his wife, Maud, and two sons, Donovan and M. Vernon. His occupation was listed as mail carrier for the post office.[7] In 1920, Cutler was living in Riley Township, Clinton County, Michigan, with his wife, Maud, and three sons, Donovan, Vernon and Neil. His occupation was listed as a farmer engaged in general farming.[8] At the time of the 1930 U.S. Census, Cutler remained in Riley Township with his wife, Maud, as a farmer.[9][10] Head coaching record[edit] Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/play. thanks wikipedia.

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2014 German Formula Three Championship

2014 German Formula Three Championship Previous: 2013 Next: none Parent series: ADAC GT Masters Support series: ADAC Formel Masters ADAC Procar Series The 2014 ATS Formel 3 Cup was the 12th edition of the ATS F3 Cup. The season began on 26 April at Oschersleben and finished on 5 October at Hockenheim after eight race weekends with three races scheduled for each weekend.[1] However, one race was cancelled due to fog, and thus the championship was held over a total of 23 races. Category veteran Markus Pommer finished the season as the champion, after comfortably winning the most races during the season. Pommer won 14 races for the Motopark Academy-run Lotus team – for a total of 17 podiums – as well as taking 11 pole positions and 10 fastest laps. He finished almost 150 points clear of his nearest rival Nabil Jeffri, who was run by Motopark Academy without Lotus backing. Jeffri won a pair of races at Oschersleben and the first Hockenheim meeting, with his season revolving around consistency, with no fewer than 10 runner-up finishes and 15 podium finishes in total. Jeffri finished 11 points clear of another Lotus driver, Indy Dontje, who was a race winner at the Red Bull Ring, and was the highest finishing rookie in the championship. Dontje was also the winner of the concurrent rookie championship by 45 points. Three other drivers won races during the season; Van Amersfoort Racing duo Sam MacLeod (three wins) and Weiron Tan (two wins) were joined in victory by Nicolai Sylvest, who won at the Nürburgring for JBR Motorsport & Engineering. With 15 total wins, Lotus were the winners of the teams’ championship, 113 points clear of the next best team, Van Amersfoort Racing.Contents 1 Teams and drivers 2 Race calendar and results 3 Championship standings3.1 Cup 3.2 Rookie 3.3 Team 4 References 5 External linksTeams and drivers[edit]Team No. Driver Chassis Engine Status RoundsMotopark 1Nabil Jeffri[2] Dallara F311 VolkswagenAllLotus 2Andrés Méndez[3] Dallara F309 Volkswagen R All 3Indy Dontje[4] Dallara F308 R All 27Markus Pommer[5] Dallara F308AllVan Amersfoort Racing 5Weiron Tan[6] Dallara F308 Volkswagen R All 6Sam MacLeod[7] Dallara F311 R AllADM Motorsport[8] 10Kang Ling[9] Dallara F308 Volkswagen5–6 11Dino Zamparelli[8]4 13Luís Felipe Derani[10]7 20Konstantin Tereshchenko[11] Dallara F309 R 8SMP Racing by ADM Motorsport[12] 12Sergey Trofimov[12] D. thanks wikipedia.

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Bahala Chennagide

Bahala Chennagide Directed by M.S.Rajshekar Produced by Ganapathi Prasad, S. Ramanathan, Shivaram, Chandulal Jain Written by E. V. V. Satyanarayana Starring Shivrajkumar, Shashikumar, Jaya Seal Music by Koti Cinematography Prasad Babu Edited by S. ManoharProduction company Chitra Jyothi Release dates 25 July 2001 (2001-07-25) Running time123 min Country India Language Kannada Bahala Chennagide is a 2001 Indian Kannada language romantic comedy film starring Shivarajkumar, Shashikumar and Jaya Sealin the lead roles. The film is directed by M.S.Rajshekar and based on the Telugu language film Chala Bagundi (2000) directed by E. V. V. Satyanarayana.[1]Contents 1 Cast 2 Release 3 Soundtrack 4 References 5 External linksCast[edit]Shivrajkumar Shashikumar Jaya Seal Ruchita Prasad Ramesh Bhat Padma VasanthiRelease[edit] The film was released on 25 July 2001 all over Karnataka. The film met with wide positive response and was a musical hit at the box-office. Soundtrack[edit] All the songs are composed and scored by Koti.[2] Sl No Song Title Singer(s) Lyrics 1 “Srikara Idu” S. P. Balasubramanyam, Lata Hamsalekha Doddarange Gowda 2 “Kanda Odane” S. P. Balasubramanyam, Harini K. Kalyan 3 “Hosa Ragadali” S. P. Balasubramanyam, M. D. Pallavi Arun Doddarange Gowda 4 “Holi Holi” S. P. Balasubramanyam, K. S. Chithra K. Kalyan 5 “Chori Chori” Devan Ekambaram, Harini K. Kalyan 6 “Bombatu Brotheru” S. P. Balasubramanyam Bangi Ranga References[edit] ^ Kannada film industry `Bahala Chennagide’ ^ Bahala Chennagide songs External links[edit]infov t e Shiva Rajkumar 1980sAnand (1986) Ratha Sapthami (1986) Manamecchida Hudugi (1987) Shiva Mecchida Kannappa (1988) Samyuktha (1988) Inspector Vikram (1989) Ranaranga (1988) Ade Raaga Ade Haadu (1989) 1990sAasegobba Meesegobba (1990) Mruthyunjaya (1990) Aralida Hoovugalu (1991) Modada Mareyalli (1991) Midida Shruthi (1992) Purushotthama (1992) Mavanige Thakka Aliya (1992) Jaga Mechida Huduga (1993) Chirabandhavya (1993) Ananda Jyothi (1993) Gandhada Gudi Part 2 (1994) Mutthanna (1994) Gandugali (1994) Gadibidi Aliya (1995) Savyasachi (1995) Om (1995) Mana Midiyithu (1995) Samara (1995) Dore (1995) Ibbara Naduve Muddina Aata (1996) Gajanura Gandu (1996) Shiva Sainya (1996) Annavra Makkalu (1996) Nammoora Mandara Hoove (1996) Aadithya (1996) Janumada Jodi (1996) Ganga Yamuna (1997) Simhada Mari (1997) Ammavra. thanks wikipedia.

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2003 FIA GT Anderstorp 500km

The 2003 FIA GT Anderstorp 500 km was the seventh round the 2003 FIA GT Championship season. It took place at the Scandinavian Raceway, Sweden, on September 7, 2003. Official results[edit] Class winners in bold. Cars failing to complete 70% of winner’s distance marked as Not Classified (NC). Pos Class No Team Drivers Chassis Tyre Laps Engine 1 GT 14Lister Storm RacingJamie Campbell-WalterNathan Kinch Lister Storm D 114 Jaguar 7.0L V12 2 GT 2Konrad MotorsportFranz KonradWalter Lechner, Jr.Toni Seiler Saleen S7-R D 114 Ford 7.0L V8 3 GT 15Lister Storm RacingAndrea PicciniDavid Sterckx Lister Storm D 113 Jaguar 7.0L V12 4 GT 22BMS Scuderia ItaliaFabrizio GollinLuca Cappellari Ferrari 550-GTS Maranello M 113 Ferrari 5.9L V12 5 GT 21Care RacingBMS Scuderia ItaliaStefano LivioLilian BrynerEnzo Calderari Ferrari 550-GTS Maranello M 112 Ferrari 5.9L V12 6 N-GT 61EMKA RacingEmmanuel CollardTim Sugden Porsche 911 GT3-R D 111 Porsche 3.6L Flat-6 7 GT 18Zwaan’s RacingArjan van der ZwaanRob van der ZwaanKlaus Abbelen Chrysler Viper GTS-R D 111 Chrysler 8.0L V10 8 N-GT 50Freisinger MotorsportMarc LiebStéphane Ortelli Porsche 911 GT3-RS D 110 Porsche 3.6L Flat-6 9 N-GT 88Team Maranello ConcessionairesDarren TurnerJamie Davies Ferrari 360 Modena N-GT D 110 Ferrari 3.6L V8 10 N-GT 99RWS Yukos MotorsportAdam JonesStéphane Daoudi Porsche 911 GT3-RS P 109 Porsche 3.6L Flat-6 11 N-GT 51Freisinger MotorsportBert LonginGabriele Gardel Porsche 911 GT3-RS D 109 Porsche 3.6L Flat-6 12 N-GT 74Team EurotechMark MayallJürgen von Gartzen Porsche 911 GT3-RS D 109 Porsche 3.6L Flat-6 13 N-GT 57MenXJaroslav JanišRobert Pergl Ferrari 360 Modena GT D 108 Ferrari 3.6L V8 14 N-GT 77RWS Yukos MotorsportNikolai FomenkoAlexey Vasilyev Porsche 911 GT3-RS P 106 Porsche 3.6L Flat-6 15 GT 19Creation AutosportifPaul KnapfieldJean-Marc Gounon Lister Storm D 104 Jaguar 7.0L V12 16 N-GT 69Proton CompetitionChristian RiedGerold Ried Porsche 911 GT3-RS D 102 Porsche 3.6L Flat-6 17 N-GT 52JMB RacingAndrea BertoliniFabrizio de Simone Ferrari 360 Modena GT P 102 Ferrari 3.6L V8 18 N-GT 53JMB RacingPeter KutemannAntoine Gosse Ferrari 360 Modena N-GT P 102 Ferrari 3.6L V8 19 GT 9JMB RacingPhilipp PeterFabio Babini Ferrari 550 Maranello P 99 Ferrari 6.0L V12 20 GT 16Wieth RacingWolfgang KaufmannT. thanks wikipedia.

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Svobodny, Amur Oblast

For other places with the same name, see Svobodny (inhabited locality). Svobodny (English) Свободный (Russian) -  Town[1]  - SvobodnyLocation of Svobodny in Amur Oblast Coordinates: 51°24′N 128°06′E / 51.400°N 128.100°E / 51.400; 128.100Coordinates: 51°24′N 128°06′E / 51.400°N 128.100°E / 51.400; 128.100 Coat of arms FlagAdministrative status (as of November 2013) Country Russia Federal subject Amur Oblast[1] Administratively subordinated to Svobodny Urban Okrug[1] Administrative center of Svobodny Urban Okrug,[1] Svobodnensky District[1][2] Municipal status (as of December 2004) Urban okrug Svobodny Urban Okrug[3] Administrative center of Svobodny Urban Okrug,[3] Svobodnensky Municipal District[2] Statistics Population (2010 Census) 58,778 inhabitants[4] - Rank in 2010 281st Time zone YAKT (UTC+09:00)[5] Founded 1912[6] Previous names Alexeyevsk (until 1917)[6] Postal code(s)[7] 676450 Dialing code(s) +7 41643[citation needed]Official websiteSvobodny on Wikimedia Commons Svobodny (Russian: Свобо́дный) is a town in Amur Oblast, Russia, located on the right bank of the Zeya River, 167 kilometers (104 mi) north of Blagoveshchensk, the administrative center of the oblast. Population: 58,778 (2010 Census);[4] 63,889 (2002 Census);[8] 80,006 (1989 Census).[9]Contents 1 History 2 Administrative and municipal status 3 Economy3.1 Transportation 4 Notable people 5 References5.1 Notes 5.2 SourcesHistory[edit] It was founded in 1912 in conjunction with the construction of the Amur Railway[6] (the Trans-Siberian Railway’s “bypass” route, which was to provide a railway connection from European Russia to the Pacific entirely over the Russian soil, without crossing the north-eastern China[citation needed]). It was originally named Alexeyevsk (Алексе́евск), in honor of the then crown prince Alexey.[6] In 1917, the town was renamed Svobodny,[6] Russian for free. During the Stalin era, the BAMLag prison camp was built in Svobodny, with the intention of providing forced labor for the planned construction of the Baikal-Amur Mainline. The camp became one of the largest in the gulag system, with ca. 190,300 convicts in October 1935. The camp claimed the lives of thousands of political and clerical prisoners. Administrative and municipal status[e. thanks wikipedia.

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Sodré

Sodré or Sodre may refer to:Constante Gomes Sodré, the third president (governor) of the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo Jéssica Sodré (born 1985), Brazilian television actress Joanídia Sodré (1903–1975), Brazilian music educator, pianist, conductor and composer Mimi Sodré, (1892–1982), Brazilian scout and football striker Pierre Veiga Sodre (born 1987), Brazilian Midfielder Raimundo Sodré (born 1948), Brazilian musician Vicente Sodré (1465–1503), Portuguese knight of Order of Christ, captain of the first Portuguese naval patrol in the Indian OceanSee also[edit]Cais do Sodré, the railway station in Lisbon, Portugal Cais-do-Sodré té Salamansa, the first short story book published by Orlanda Amarílis Estadio Leonidas Sodre de Castro or Estádio da Curuzú, football stadium in São Braz neighborhood, Belém, Pará, Brazil Sodere Soderi Szczodre Sedreh Seudre Szedres This page or section lists people with the surname Sodré. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person’s given name(s) to the link. thanks wikipedia.

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Antlion (disambiguation)

Look up antlion in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Antlion is a name applied to a group of about 2,000 species of insects in the family Myrmeleontidae. Antlion or Ant lion may also refer to:Antlion (Half-Life), creature in the Half-Life video game series Ant lion (Dungeons & Dragons), creature in Dungeons & Dragons This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Antlion. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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Spheroid Hill

Spheroid Hill (77°47′S 163°56′E / 77.783°S 163.933°E / -77.783; 163.933Coordinates: 77°47′S 163°56′E / 77.783°S 163.933°E / -77.783; 163.933) is a mostly ice-free summit (1,230 m) 1 nautical mile (1.9 km) east of Ellipsoid Hill, on the north side of Blue Glacier in Victoria Land. The name is one of a group in the area associated with surveying applied in 1993 by New Zealand Geographic Board (NZGB). Named from spheroid (sometimes referred to as an ellipsoid), a mathematical figure formed by revolving an ellipse about its minor axis.  This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document “Spheroid Hill” (content from the Geographic Names Information System).This Scott Coast location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Navitas Land and Mineral Corporation

This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages) This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; try the Find link tool for suggestions. (July 2013)This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)(Learn how and when to remove this template message)Navitas Land and Mineral CorporationTypePrivate Industry Oil and gas Founded 2009 (2009) Headquarters Madisonville, Kentucky, U.S.Area servedIllinois BasinKey peopleDaniel W. Williams (President & CEO) Website NavitasLandandMineral.com.com Navitas Land and Mineral Corporation is an oil and gas exploration, development and production firm headquartered in Madisonville, Kentucky. Founded in 2009, the company’s oil and gas recovery efforts are focused on the Illinois Basin, an area that encompasses Western Kentucky, Southern Illinois, and Southwestern Indiana.[1]Contents 1 History 2 Operations 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] President and CEO Daniel Williams founded Navitas Land and Mineral in 2009[2] on the premise that “oil is where oil was” and began reworking fields that had once been productive. In April 2011 the company drilled its first new oil well on the Oakley lease located in Hopkins County, Kentucky.[3] By the fall of 2011, Navitas had drilled 13 additional wells nearby. Navitas Land and Mineral also reopened an oil field in Poole, Kentucky that had once been owned and operated by the Sinclair Oil Corporation. Navitas employed Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) techniques that included carbon dioxide injection (CO2) and water flooding to capture previously untapped resources near wells that had been plugged and closed off for more than thirty years. By June 2013, Navitas Land and Mineral had drilled 54 new wells. The company’s deepest well, the Otho Babb #2, was drilled to a total depth of 7008 feet and has the distinction of being the deepest producible well ever drilled in Webster County, Kentucky. Deeper wells previously drilled in the area were dry and abandoned, according to the Kentucky Geological Survey.[4] Operations[edit] Navitas L. thanks wikipedia.

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1975 Brazilian Grand Prix

  1975 Brazilian Grand PrixRace details Race 2 of 14 in the 1975 Formula One seasonDate January 26, 1975 Location São Paulo, Brazil Course Permanent race track Course length 7.98 km (4.79 mi) Distance 40 laps, 319.2 km (191.6 mi) Weather Hot and dry Pole position Driver Jean-Pierre JarierShadow-Ford Time 2:29.88[1] Fastest lap DriverJean-Pierre Jarier Shadow-Ford Time 2:34.16[2] on lap 10 Podium First Carlos PaceBrabham-Ford Second Emerson FittipaldiMcLaren-Ford Third Jochen MassMcLaren-Ford The 1975 Brazilian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Interlagos on 26 January 1975. It was the fourth Brazilian Grand Prix since its introduction in 1972. The race was memorably won by São Paulo native Carlos Pace driving a Brabham BT44B. It would be the only win of Pace’s abbreviated career, he would be killed in an aircraft accident two years later. The circuit now holds his name. It would be eight years before another Brazilian would win the Grand Prix. Fellow Brazilian Emerson Fittipaldi finished second in his McLaren M23 with his German team mate Jochen Mass finishing third.Contents 1 Race summary 2 Classification 3 Championship standings after the race 4 ReferencesRace summary[edit] Jean-Pierre Jarier was again in pole position, after beating the 1973 pole record. He lined up ahead of local hero Emerson Fittipaldi. The race was delayed whilst the track was washed down to remove debris – punctures had played a critical part in the 1974 race and no-one wanted a repeat of these problems. This race marked the last start (and finish) of Graham Hill’s extremely long F1 career. Brazilian drivers finished 1–2 in this race, with Carlos Pace winning the only race of his career and Emerson Fittipaldi finishing second. This feat was to be repeated in 1986 by Nelson Piquet and Ayrton Senna. Classification[edit] Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points 1 8Carlos Pace Brabham-Ford 40 1:44:41.17 6 9 2 1Emerson Fittipaldi McLaren-Ford 40 + 5.79 2 6 3 2Jochen Mass McLaren-Ford 40 + 26.66 10 4 4 11Clay Regazzoni Ferrari 40 + 43.28 5 3 5 12Niki Lauda Ferrari 40 + 1:01.88 4 2 6 24James Hunt Hesketh-Ford 40 + 1:05.12 7 1 7 27Mario Andretti Parnelli-Ford 40 + 1:06.81 18   8 7Carlos Reutemann Brabham-Ford 40 + 1:39.62 3   9 6Jacky Ickx Lotus-Ford 40 + 1:51.84[2] 12   10 18John Watson Surtees-Ford 40 +. thanks wikipedia.

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