Milutin Šoškić is a Serbian former goalkeepe.r He is recognised as one of FK Partizan's biggest legends. He won an Olympic gold medal at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Italy with Yugoslavia, they topped their pool consisting of Bulgaria, United Arab Republic and Turkey before beating Italy in the semi-finals and crowning themselves champions after beating Denmark 3-1 in the final. At the tournament, Šoškić only conceded 6 goals against him. After retiring, he embarked on a coaching career, he was a long-time assistant in FK Partizan and was the head coach of OFK Kikinda in the 1970s. In 1993, the USA national team head coach Bora Milutinović brought him into his staff to be the goalkeepers coach. Šoškić remained after Milutinović left in 1995, continuing to work with the team under head coaches Steve Sampson and Bruce Arena. He left the team along with Arena after 2006 FIFA World Cup. While coaching in the United States, his nickname was Sholi. Milutin Šoškić at Reprezentacija.rs Milutin Šoškić at fussballdaten.de
Louis Wolfe Gilbert was a Russian-born American songwriter of Tin Pan Alley. Born in Odessa, Ukraine in Russian Empire, Gilbert moved to the United States as a young man. Gilbert began his career touring with John L. Sullivan and singing in a quartet at small Coney Island café called "College Inn", where he was discovered by English producer Albert Decourville. Decourville brought him to London as part of The Ragtime Octet. Gilbert's first songwriting success came in 1912 when F. A. Mills Music Publishers published his song Waiting For the Robert E. Lee. Gilbert wrote both the words and music to "Down Yonder", a sequel to "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee". "Down Yonder" has become something of a standard as an instrumental, though the lyrics are performed. He joined ASCAP in 1924. Gilbert moved to Hollywood in 1929, began writing for film and radio. During the 1930s, Gilbert worked on Cuban songs; some of these hits for which he wrote English lyrics include The Peanut Vendor, Mama Inez, Maria My Own.
Gilbert wrote the theme lyrics for the popular children's Television Western Hopalong Cassidy, which first aired in 1949 on NBC. He was an innovator in his field, having been one of the first songwriters to begin publishing and promoting a catalog of his own works, he served as the director of ASCAP from 1941 to 1944, again in 1953. He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970. Known as "Wolfie," Gilbert and his wife Rose lived in Beverly Hills and he and his family were members of Temple Israel of Hollywood, he died in Los Angeles, California on July 12, 1970. His original gravesite was at Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery in Culver City but he was reinterred at Forest Lawn Cemetery near Palm Springs, California. 1912 Waiting For The Robert E. Lee 1912 Hitchy-Koo 1912 Ragging The Baby To Sleep 1912 Take Me To That Swanee Shore 1913 Mammy Jinny's Mubilee 1914 By Heck 1914 She's Dancing Her Heart Away 1915 My Sweet Adair 1916 I Miss You Miss America 1916 I've Got the Army Blues 1916 My Hawaiian Sunrise 1917 Are You From Heaven?
1917 Camouflage 1917 Lily Of The Valley 1917 Set Aside Your Tears 1921 Down Yonder 1924 O, Katharina 1925 Don't Wake Me Up, Let Me Dream 1925 I Miss My Swiss 1926 Hello, How Are You? 1928 Are You Thinking Of Me Tonight? 1928 Ramona 1928 Jeannine, I Dream of Lilac Time, recorded by over a hundred artists 1928 Zindele Meins the Yiddish version of "Sonny Boy" sung by Pesach Burstein 1929 My Mother's Eyes 1931 Marta r. 1931 Mama Inez 1912 The Girl from Brighton 1912-1913 Broadway to Paris 1916-1917 The Century Girl 1917 Doing Our Bit 1919 Oh, What A Girl! 1931 The Singing Rabbi BibliographyFirmat, Gustavo Pérez. The Havana Habit. New Haven: Yale University Press. ISBN 9780300168761. Shaw, Arnold; the Jazz Age: Popular Music in the 1920s. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195038916. Bierley, Paul E.. The heritage encyclopedia of band music. Composers and their music, Integrity Press 1991. ISBN 0918048087 Bloom, Ken. American song; the complete musical theater companion: 1877-1995. Volume 2: T-Z. Second edition.
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