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Carlton Football Club

The Carlton Football Club, nicknamed the Blues, is an Australian rules football club based in Melbourne, Victoria. Founded in 1864 in Carlton, an inner suburb of Melbourne, the club competes in the Australian Football League, was one of the competition's eight founding member clubs in 1896; the club's headquarters and training facilities are located in Carlton at Princes Park, its traditional home ground, it plays its home matches at either Docklands Stadium or the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Carlton has been one of the AFL's most successful clubs, having won sixteen senior VFL/AFL premierships, equal with Essendon as the most of any club; the club has fielded a team in the AFL Women's league since its establishment in 2017. Carlton has had a long and successful history, winning the most premierships of any club in the VFL era. Together with fierce rivals Collingwood and Essendon, Carlton was considered to be one of the league's "Big Four" clubs, enjoys a healthy rivalry with all three others.

Since winning its last premiership in 1995, Carlton is experiencing its longest premiership drought, has finished bottom of the ladder the most of any club in the 21st century. The Carlton Football Club was formed in July 1864. In the early days, Carlton became strong and having grown a large supporter base, it became a fierce rival to the Melbourne Football Club in early competition, including the South Yarra Challenge Cup, which it won in 1871. In 1877, Carlton became one of the foundation clubs of the Victorian Football Association, was a comfortable winner of the premiership in the competition's inaugural season. Carlton was one of the first clubs to have a player worthy of the superstar tag: champion player George Coulthard, who played for Carlton between 1876 and 1882, was noted by The Australasian as'The grandest player of the day', he died of tuberculosis in 1883, aged 27. The club won one more VFA premiership, in 1887, but after that during the 1890s, the club went from one of the strongest clubs in the Association to one of the weaker, both on-field and off-field.

In spite of this, the club was invited to join the breakaway Victorian Football League competition in 1897. The club continued to struggle in early seasons of the new competition, finished seventh out of eight teams in each of its first five seasons. Carlton's fortunes improved in 1902; the Board elected the respected former Fitzroy footballer and Australian test cricketer Jack Worrall the secretary of the Carlton Cricket Club, to the same position at the football club. As secretary, Worrall took over the managing of the players, in what is now recognised as the first official coaching role in the VFL. Under Worrall's guidance in the latter part of the 1902 season, Carlton's on-field performances improved, in 1903 he led Carlton to the finals for the first time. Carlton built a strong reputation and financial position, was able to convince many great players to shift to the club from other clubs, or out of retirement. Worrall led the club to its first three VFL premierships, won consecutively, in 1906, 1907 and 1908.

Carlton became the first club in the VFL to win three premierships in a row, its win-loss record of 19–1 in the 1908 season was a record which stood for more than ninety years. N 1Following these premierships, Carlton went through a tumultuous period off-field; some players had become frustrated by low payments and hard training standards, responded by refusing to train or play matches. The club removed Worrall from the coaching role, after significant changes at board level after the 1909 season, Worrall left the club altogether. Many players who had supported Worrall left the club at the end of the season. In 1910, several players were suspected of having taken bribes to fix matches, with two players both found guilty and suspended for 99 matches. Despite this backdrop, Carlton continued its strong on-field form, reaching the 1909 and 1910 Grand Finals, but losing both. Carlton fell out of the finals in 1913, but returned in 1914 under coach Norm Clark, with many inexperienced players, to win back-to-back premierships in 1914 and 1915 VFL seasons.

Most football around the country was suspended during the height of World War I, but Carlton continued to compete in a VFL which featured, at its fewest, only four clubs. Altogether, between Jack Worrall's first Grand Final in 1904 and the peak of World War I in 1916, Carlton won five premierships and contested nine Grand Finals for one of the most successful times in the club's history; the only success which eluded the club was the Championship of Australia. Through the 1920s and the Great Depression of the 1930s, Carlton maintained a strong on-field presence; the club was a frequent finalist. However, premiership success did not follow, the club contested only three Grand Finals for just one premiership during this period, endured the second longest premiership drought in the club's history; the drought was broken with the club's sixth VFL premiership in 1938, when former Subiaco and South Melbourne champion Brighton Diggins was recruited by the club to serve as captain-coach. On-field, Carlton's inter-war period was highlighted by two of its greatest goalkickers: in the 1920s, Horrie Clover (396 go

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14th Daytime Emmy Awards

The 14th Daytime Emmy Awards were held in 1987 to commemorate excellence in daytime programming from the previous year. Winners in each category are in bold. All My Children As the World Turns Santa Barbara The Young and the Restless Scott Bryce Larry Bryggman A Martinez Eric Braeden Terry Lester Susan Lucci Elizabeth Hubbard Frances Reid Kim Zimmer Marcy Walker Gregg Marx Anthony Call Al Freeman, Jr. Justin Deas Richard Eden Kathleen Noone Lisa Brown Kathleen Widdoes Peggy McCay Robin Mattson Michael E. Knight Brian Bloom Jon Hensley Billy Warlock Grant Show Martha Byrne Krista Tesreau Robin Wright Jane Krakowski Tracey E. Bregman John Wesley Shipp Pamela Blair Terrence Mann Celeste Holm Eileen Heckart Days of our Lives The Young and the Restless One Life to Live All My Children Days of our Lives As the World Turns The Young and the Restless The $25,000 Pyramid - A Bob-Sande Stewart Production for CBS Jeopardy! - A Merv Griffin Production The Price Is Right - A Mark Goodson Production for CBS Wheel of Fortune - A Merv Griffin Production for NBC Bob Barker Dick Clark Pat Sajak Alex Trebek Jim Henson, Margaret Loesch, Lee Gunther, Bob Richardson, Robert Shellhorn, Sindy McKay, Larry Swerdlove and Jeffrey Scott Joe Ruby, Ken Spears, Janice Karman and Ross Bagdasarian Jr. Joe Ruby, Ken Spears and Cosmo Anzilotti Freddy Monnickendam, William Hanna, Joseph Barbera and Bob Hathcock Fred Wolf and Art Vitello "Daytime Emmy Awards".

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