The 1945–46 Yorkshire Cup was the thirty-eighth occasion on which the competition had been held. In this, the first peacetime Cup final for five years, there is a new name on the trophy. Bradford Northern who won the trophy in 1940–41, 1941–42 and 1943–44, can now lay claim to a genuine trophy Bradford Northern won the trophy by beating Wakefield Trinity by the score of 5-2 The match was played at Thrum Hall, now in West Yorkshire; the attendance was 24,252 and receipts were £1,934 The Second World War was now over, things were beginning to return to normal, although still a long way to go. Hull Kingston Rovers and Bramley re-joined the competition and the four Lancashire clubs returned to their own competition; this season there were no junior/amateur clubs taking part, these changes resulted in the number of entrants falling by two, leaving a total number of entries at fifteen. This in turn resulted in one bye in the first round; the competition reverted to original formula of a knock-out tournament, with the exception of the first round, still played on a two-legged home and away basis.
Involved 7 matches and 15 Clubs All first round ties are played on a two-legged home and away basis Involved 7 matches and 15 Clubs All first round ties are played on a two-legged home and away basis Involved 4 matches and 8 Clubs All second round ties are played on a two-legged home and away basis Involved 2 matches and 4 Clubs Both semi-final ties are played on a two-legged home and away basis Scoring - Try = three points - Goal = two points - Drop goal = two points All the ties in the first round were played on a two leg basis. For the first round ties, the first club named in each of the ties played the first leg at home. For the first round ties, the scores shown are the aggregate score over the two legs. 1 * The date is given by RUGBYLEAGUEprojec as Tuesday 16 October, but by the official Hull F. C. archives as Wednesday 17 Oct 2 * Thrum Hall was the home ground of Halifax with a final capacity of 9,832. The club moved out in 1998 to take part ownership and ground-share with Halifax Town FC at The Shay Stadium.
The Rugby League Yorkshire Cup competition was a knock-out competition between rugby league clubs from the county of Yorkshire. The actual area was at times increased to encompass other teams from outside the county such as Newcastle, Mansfield and London (in the form of Acton & Willesden; the Rugby League season always ran from around August-time through to around May-time and this competition always took place early in the season, in the Autumn, with the final taking place in December 1945–46 Northern Rugby Football League season Rugby league county cups Saints Heritage Society 1896–97 Northern Rugby Football Union season at wigan.rlfans.com Hull&Proud Fixtures & Results 1896/1897 Widnes Vikings - One team, one passion Season In Review - 1896-97 The Northern Union at warringtonwolves.org
Alice's Restaurant: The Massacree Revisited is a 1996 album by American folk singer Arlo Guthrie. The album is a new recording of all material from the entire original Alice's Restaurant album, as performed live 29 years at The Church in Housatonic, Massachusetts; the cover of this release pays homage to its predecessor as it pictures Guthrie in the same pose as the original album: sitting shirtless at a dinner table with a napkin spread over his chest, holding his fork and knife and waiting for Thanksgiving dinner to begin. This time he is without 29 years older; each song is faithful to the original, with one notable exception. At the end of the re-recording of "Alice's Restaurant Massacree", Guthrie launches into a postscript story about attending Jimmy Carter's inauguration in 1977, he meets Carter's son Chip, who tells him of the discovery of an opened copy of Alice's Restaurant left behind by the Nixon family when they left the White House, leading to speculation around the fact that the title song and the gap in the Watergate tapes are both 18½ minutes in length.
The Massacree Revisited continued a tradition of Guthrie's to perform "Alice's Restaurant Massacree" only once every 10 years, with this version coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the song. All tracks composed by Arlo Guthrie. "Alice's Restaurant Massacree" – 22:26 "Chilling of the Evening" – 3:52 "Ring-Around-a-Rosy Rag" – 2:36 "Now and Then" – 2:22 "I'm Going Home" – 3:50 "The Motorcycle Song" – 2:53 "Highway in the Wind" – 4:14 Arlo Guthrie – vocals, keyboards Terry A La Berry – drums David Grover – guitar Sean Hurley – bass guitar Steve Ide – guitar