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KILBANE, JOHN PATRICK "JOHNNY" (18 Apr. 1889-31 May 1957), world featherweight boxing champion (1912-23), was born in Cleveland to John and Mary (Gallagher) Kilbane. He trained with Jimmy Dunn and had his first fight in 1907, a 3-round decision, which paid him $1.50 and carfare. Kilbane fought featherweight champion Abe Attell on 22 Feb. 1912, winning a 20-round decision. The 5'5" 120 lbs. champion retained the crown 11 years, the longest reign in featherweight-division history. After retaining his championship with a disputed 20-round draw with Johnny Dundee on 29 Apr. 1913, Kilbane fought mostly no-decision contests. During WORLD WAR I, he was a physical training instructor at Camp Sherman and Camp Gordon, Ga. On 17 Sept. 1921 at Cleveland's LEAGUE PARK, he knocked out contender Danny Frush in the 7th round, for which a crowd of 17...
KILBANE, JOHN PATRICK "JOHNNY" (18 Apr. 1889-31 May 1957), world featherweight boxing champion (1912-23), was born in Cleveland to John and Mary (Gallagher) Kilbane. He trained with Jimmy Dunn and had his first fight in 1907, a 3-round decision, which paid him $1.50 and carfare. Kilbane fought featherweight champion Abe Attell on 22 Feb. 1912, winning a 20-round decision. The 5'5" 120 lbs. champion retained the crown 11 years, the longest reign in featherweight-division history. After retaining his championship with a disputed 20-round draw with Johnny Dundee on 29 Apr. 1913, Kilbane fought mostly no-decision contests. During WORLD WAR I, he was a physical training instructor at Camp Sherman and Camp Gordon, Ga. On 17 Sept. 1921 at Cleveland's LEAGUE PARK, he knocked out contender Danny Frush in the 7th round, for which a crowd of 17...
KILBANE, JOHN PATRICK "JOHNNY" (18 Apr. 1889-31 May 1957), world featherweight boxing champion (1912-23), was born in Cleveland to John and Mary (Gallagher) Kilbane. He trained with Jimmy Dunn and had his first fight in 1907, a 3-round decision, which paid him $1.50 and carfare. Kilbane fought featherweight champion Abe Attell on 22 Feb. 1912, winning a 20-round decision. The 5'5" 120 lbs. champion retained the crown 11 years, the longest reign in featherweight-division history. After retaining his championship with a disputed 20-round draw with Johnny Dundee on 29 Apr. 1913, Kilbane fought mostly no-decision contests. During WORLD WAR I, he was a physical training instructor at Camp Sherman and Camp Gordon, Ga. On 17 Sept. 1921 at Cleveland's LEAGUE PARK, he knocked out contender Danny Frush in the 7th round, for which a crowd of 17...
This dissertation explores a business, higher education and public school partnership between the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the Wharton School of Business, and the Graduate School of Education (GSE) at the University of Pennsylvania. Beginning three years ago in September 2007, the collective task was to create an online video game that conveyed and taught the principles of entrepreneurship. The game, entitled The Johnny Money Online Game (JMOG), was released to the public in the fall of 2008 and is now utilized by almost 150,000 students across the country. Through the lens of educational innovation, this dissertation looks at the innovative process, organizational design and ultimate innovative product created by the JMOG partnership. In doing so, it provides an example framed within innovative literature th...
Music is among all cultures an important part of the live of most people. Music has psychological benefits and may generate strong emotional and physiological responses. Recently, neuroscientists have discovered that music influences the reward circuit of the nucleus accumbens (NAcc), even when no explicit reward is present. In this clinical case study, we describe a 60-year old patient who developed a sudden and distinct musical preference for Johnny Cash following deep brain stimulation (DBS) targeted at the NAcc. This case report substantiates the assumption that the NAcc is involved in musical preference, based on the observation of direct stimulation of the accumbens with DBS. It also shows that accumbens DBS can change musical preference without habituation of its rewarding properties.
The public's understanding of science and technology is only as good as the ability of scientists and engineers to communicate its significance. Jacqueline Mohalley Snedeker and Christina Bourgeois, who are responsible for teaching Georgia Tech's Chemical and Electrical Engineers how to write, join us to discuss the importance of good communication skills for geeks.
This essay examines the nature of software development and argues that two kinds of workers should be used in projects: system engineers who design the system implemented by the software and monitor its implementation, and programmers who do the actual coding and testing. The Y2K problem is used as an illustration.
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