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Susan Seaforth Hayes

Susan Seaforth Hayes is an American dramatic actress. She is best known for her portrayal of Julie Williams on the NBC drama Days of Our Lives, her intermittent portrayal of Joanna Manning on the CBS daytime drama The Young and the Restless, she began playing the role of Julie Olsen Williams on Days of Our Lives in 1968, is the only actor to appear on the show for all seven decades in which it has been on the air. Seaforth Hayes still appears on Days as Julie Olsen Williams. Susan Seaforth grew up in Hollywood, her mother, Elizabeth Harrower, was an actress and screenwriter who became a part of the writing teams of The Young and the Restless and Days of Our Lives. Her father, Harry Seabold, lived with his bride for ninety days during World War II, through his basic training near Oklahoma City, he shipped out after his daughter remained overseas for thirty-three months. Seaforth Hayes had a number of featured roles on prime-time television in the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s. Ms. Seaforth appeared in the TV series Cheyenne in the episode, "The Bad Penny", portraying a young murderess avenging the hanging of her outlaw father.

She appeared as Martha Otis, the wife of Jim Otis, a gold prospector who finds an unexpected bonanza in silver in the 1967 episode "Solid Foundation" of the syndicated television series, Death Valley Days, hosted by Robert Taylor. She guest starred in National Velvet, The Fugitive, The Man from U. N. C. L. E. At least two appearances on My Three Sons, plus episodes of Emergency!, Adam-12, the 1967-1970 version of Dragnet, Matlock, starring Andy Griffith. She was in two separate episodes of Cheyenne with Clint Walker in 1962, she had a guest appearance on Perry Mason in 1962 as title character Helen Gregory in "The Case of the Stand-in Sister." In the mid 1960s, she appeared on General Hospital as the flirtatious Dorothy Bradley and on The Young Marrieds as Carol West, giving her some experience into the hectic world of daytime television soap opera. She is best known for her work on the daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives in the role of Julie Olson Williams, which she played continuously from 1968 to 1984 and again from 1990 to 1993, with recurring appearances in 1994 and 1996.

Since 1999, she has appeared on the show in a recurring capacity doing double duty between "Days" and "Y&R", in one case appearing on both shows on the same day, a feat possible because of their different shooting and airing schedules. For her work on Days, Seaforth Hayes has received four Daytime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, in 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, she was voted Best Actress in Daytime TV's Annual Reader's Poll in 1976, 1977, 1978. Additionally, in 1977, she won two Soapy Awards for Actress of Favorite Heroine, she was awarded Photoplay Gold Medal Awards for Favorite Daytime Female Star. She earned a degree in history from L. A's City College, the stack of books at her deskside reflects an intense interest in the American West and diverse Native American cultures. Seaforth Hayes has lectured at universities in Los Boston, her onscreen and real-life romance with co-star Bill Hayes was covered by both the soap opera magazines and the mainstream press.

The characters of Doug and Julie were Days of our Lives', as well as daytime TV's, first supercouple, are believed to be the first supercoupling on the American daytime serials. Their appearance together on the January 12, 1976 cover of Time magazine was the only time daytime actors have appeared there; as of March 2010, she is the only actor to appear on Days of Our Lives in all six decades that it has been in production. In between appearances, she starred from November 1984 to May 1989 as Joanna Manning, mother to Tracey E. Bregman's character, Lauren Fenmore, on The Young and the Restless and as District Attorney Patricia Steele on Sunset Beach in that show's final months on the air. In 2005, she and Hayes published their joint autobiography, Like Sands Through The Hourglass; the role of Stephanie Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful was created for her by former Days headwriter William J. Bell; when she turned it down, her former Days costar. However, when the character of Lauren Fenmore crossed over, Susan did reprise her role of Joanna Manning on that show for one episode in 2003, has made several return appearances as that character on "Y&R" as Lauren's storyline required the character to be there.

Most Susan made a cameo appearance in a music video for Chip Chocolate's "Cookie Dance" as Mrs. Fields. On April 29, 2018, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presented Bill Hayes and Susan Seaforth Hayes with Lifetime Achievement Awards at the 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Julie Olson Williams on Days of Our Lives Joanna Manning on The Young and the Restless Joanna Manning on The Bold and the Beautiful D. A. Patricia Steele on Sunset Beach For many years and her mother lived in the Alvarado Terrace Historic District of Los Angeles. Supercouple Susan Seaforth Hayes on IMDb

Central High School (San Angelo, Texas)

Central High School is a public, coeducational secondary school in San Angelo, Texas. It is part of the San Angelo Independent School District; the school serves grades 10-12, while a freshman campus serves grade 9. Its mascot is the Bobcat; the school serves the unincorporated community of Tankersley. With a reported enrollment of 2,993, the Bobcats of San Angelo Central compete with some of Texas' largest high schools as a member of Conference 6A of the University Interscholastic League, the state's governing body for public-school competition; the men's soccer team won the regional soccer tournament and went on to the state tournament in 2001. This is the first time; the Lady Cat Soccer team made the playoffs each year from 2002 to 2005 and reached the round of 16 in 2002. After a hard-fought loss in overtime in Bedford, TX, several of the team members returned home with severe injuries; these included a broken hip, a broken foot, a torn anterior cruciate ligament, all which directly came as a result from playing on a poorly maintained artificial turf pitch.

The Lady Cat soccer team, led by head coach Ben Henry made the playoffs four years running from 2008 to 2011, three times being knocked out in the bidistrict round and once in the area championship game. The Lady Cats gymnastics team won back-to-back state championships four years. Members from both the women's and men's teams were selected for the Texas National Team, with the women winning the national championship; the Bobcats won the Texas State Championship in 1974, 1976, 1978, 1983, 1987, 2001, 2015. The Lady Cats won the Texas State Championship in 1989, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2019; the Bobcats' tennis team finished the 2009 season ranked 15th by the Texas Tennis Coaches Association. The Lady Cats volleyball team finished its 2007 season ranked 22nd by the Texas Girls Coaches Association. After 22 years of coaching, Central High School girls volleyball coach Connie Bozarth reached a milestone 500 wins on September 16, 2008. Central's overall record has been a regional qualifier for past three years.

The Central High School cheerleaders were crowned national champions at the 2008-2009, 2010, 2011National Association of Cheerleaders Nationals competition. The cheerleaders are coached by Central High School math teacher, former Bobcat gymnast, Matt Escue; the baseball program at Central won the district title in 2017, is expected to contend for district titles in upcoming years. Central has had numerous players drafted into the majors including, Trey Lunsford, Shea Morenz, Julio Guerrero, Ramsey Koschak. Head coach is Patrick Penry; the first district championship was won in 1976 coached by Harvey Reeves. Central High School Bobcats football had its heyday from the 1940s through the 1970s under head coaches Jewell Wallace, Bob Harrell, Emory Bellard, Dan Lagrasta, Smitty Hill, winning state championships in 1943 and 1966. Traditionally, Central competed with Odessa High, Odessa Permian, Midland High, Midland Lee and Abilene Cooper in UIL District 3-5A, a grouping popularly known as the'Little Southwest Conference' due to the high standard of football exhibited by the district's schools.

After the 1997 season, the Bobcats were moved away from the LSC into District 2-5A with teams from Lubbock and Amarillo. Beginning with the 2008-2009 academic year, the Bobcats, along with five of its newer Panhandle rivals, will rejoin the four Odessa and Midland schools in an enlarged ten-team District 2-5A. Central's first season in the new district garnered them an 0-10 record for the season. On January 20, 2009, SAISD formally approved Brent Davis, from Alice in South Texas, as the new head football coach. Davis' offensive and defensive coordinators from Alice are expected to be hired as Central assistant coaches. Davis finished his first season with a 2-8 record, obtaining the two wins in the last two weeks of the season against Lubbock Coronado and Amarillo Tascosa; the two wins ended a 21-game losing streak. The Bobcats, in 2010, reached the playoffs, they entered with a 4-6 record, winning their first game against El Paso Franklin before falling at home to Martin High School. In 2011, the Bobcats won their first undisputed district title for the first time since 1963.

They finished the regular season with a record of 8-2. *record only 1951 and'52. Source: ""Little SWC" composite football coaching records 1951-present". Archived from the original on October 11, 2007. Retrieved September 12, 2007; the Central High School theatre department is directed by Laura Smith. The department presents two mainstages a year and a presentation of their UIL One Act Competition piece in the late spring; the students involved in the department attend a yearly state thespian festival where the department had earned many honors such as "All-Star Troupe" and has had students compete at the international level in Monologues, Solo Musical, Theatrical Marketing. The department is housed in the Sarah Bernhardt Theatre on the CHS campus; the Central High School Choir Department received outstanding ratings at the UIL Choral Concert and Sight-reading Contest held on April 9, 2009 in Midland. The Ladies' A Cappella and the Combined Men's Choir each received superior ratings in concert and excellent ratings in Sight-reading competition.

The Central Freshmen Concert Ladies, under the direction of Sunda

We Will Rock You (The Original London Cast Recording)

The We Will Rock You Original London Cast Recording is a live album released in promotion of the award-winning West End Musical We Will Rock You in 2002. The album was recorded over two nights of the original West End production at the Dominion Theatre and was the first audio release of the musical. Both instrumental pieces are the original recordings made by Queen in 1985 respectively; the recording misses several tracks. These are: Bicycle Race, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Death On Two Legs, Fat Bottomed Girls and Headlong. In 2012, a special 2-CD 10th Anniversary edition was produced, consisting of the original album along with a CD of bonus material. Another One Bites The DustAnnie Crummer, Queen Sólo Por Ti – Eva Maria Cortes, Queen Sin Control – The Spanish Cast Algo Loco Es El Amor – The Spanish Cast Killer Queen – The German Cast Play The Game – The German Cast Bohemian Rhapsody - The London Cast, Queen Radio Ga Ga – The German Cast Somebody To Love - The German Cast, Queen We Will Rock You - The German Cast, Queen We Are The Champions - The German Cast, Queen PerformersSharon D. Clarke Nigel Clauzel Kerry Ellis Hannah Jane Fox Alexander Hanson Nigel Planer Tony Vincent BandTony Bourke Alan Darby Mike Dixon Spike Edney Jeff Leach Neil Murray Julian Poole Andy Smith Laurie Wisefield WritersJohn Deacon Ben Elton Brian May Freddie Mercury Roger Taylor ProductionCatherine Ashmore Jim Beach Dave Bennett Richard Gray Joshua J. Macrae Justin Shirley Smith Miles Showell Mixed at Allerton Hill Studio and Cosford Mill Studio.

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Lavatera cretica

Lavatera cretica is a species of flowering plant in the mallow family known by the common names Cornish mallow and Cretan hollyhock. It is native to western Europe, North Africa, the Mediterranean Basin, it is naturalized in areas with a Mediterranean climate, such as parts of Australia and California; this is an annual or biennial herb growing a tough, somewhat hairy stem to a maximum height between 1 and 3 meters. The leaves are multilobed with flat or wavy edges hairy, up to 10 centimeters long; the plant bears small light purple flowers with petals just over a centimeter long. The fruit is disc-shaped with 7 to 10 segments. Leaf laminas of Lavatera cretica can track solar position throughout the day and turn to face the sunrise, behavior that anticipates the future, despite lacking a central nervous system. Jepson Manual Treatment Profile Photo gallery

Camp Doogs

Camp Doogs is a camping and music festival held in Western Australia's South West region. The festival has featured a number of international acts, it is held yearly in the Shire of Harvey but in previous years was held in the Shire of Nannup. The festival was founded in October 2013 by Perth music collective Good Times Arts Inc; the festival has been an annual event except in 2018. Camp Doogs presents a range of music, visual art and activities under its unique brand and DIY aesthetic, it has set itself apart from other festivals in the country through its secret lineup, not revealed to festival goers until the day of the event. Dance music has been a significant component of the festival with recent years introducing the Deep Doogs stage with touring DJs and producers. Visual art and activities have always been a major feature of the festival with WA artists contributing installations to the festival each year. Activities such as cheese tasting yoga and craft have been staples at Camp Doogs. Camp Doogs was known for its lo-fi video camping tip promotional videos Sacred Flower Union, Drop Macumba, Long Lost Brothers, Mudlark ft. Nora Zion, Usurpers of Modern Medicine, French Rockets, Nicholas Allbrook, MMHMM, Reece Walker + Alex Campbell, Lost/Tuneless, Diger Rokwell, Hayley Beth + Brendan Jay, Weapon Is Sound, Simo Soo, Sabre Tooth Tigers, Catbrush, Rabbit Island, Mt Mountain, Fucking Teeth, Hamjam, Basic Mind, Hugo Gerani, Ben Taffe, Leighton Head Cosmo Getz, Reptilian Illuminati, Man in the Clouds, Yokohomos, Bastian's Happy Flight, Eleventeen Eston, Aborted Tortoise, Felicity Groom, Hideous Sun Demon, Shit Narnia, Peter Bibby and His Bottle's of Confidence, Emlyn Johnson, Mental Powers, Gunns.

Hootenanny, Methyl Ethel, Mutton, Mei Saraswati, Kirin J. Callinan, Erasers, Sui Zhen, Injured Ninja, Kitchen People, Sunshine Brothers, Rabbit Island, Tim Richmond Group, Superstar and Charlene's Wedding, Grace Barbe, No Zu. Cate Le Bon, Mink Mussell Creek, Pikelet, Cale Sexton, Verge Collection, Soukouss Internationale, Krakatau, The Shabbab, All The Weathers, Burundi Peace Choir, Sarah Mary Chadwick, Psychedelic Desert, Mile End, Summer Flake, Adam Said Galore, Mori Ra, Andras, DJ Aldi, Toni Yotzi, River Yarra, James Tom, Jon Robson, Babicka. Debbie Downers, Grievous Bodily Calm, Solar Barge Big Band, Boat Show, Jacob Diamond, Yoshitake EXPE, Pussy Mothers, Broadway Sounds, PVT, Koondarm Nyoongar Choir, Stella Donnelly, Assad_Gulfcoast, AA Matheson, David Blumberg and the Maraby Band, Home Baked, Two Steps on the Water, Good Morning, These New South Whales, Drowning Horse, Terrible Truths, Holy Balm, Michael Ozone, DJ Sports, Central, D. Tiffany, Phillips Head, Zobs Palace, Barry Sunset, Ben Taaffe, Bun Dem, Burke + Wills, Captain Oshi, Rok Riley, Roza Terenzi, Jack Dutrac, Toni Yozi, Mu-Mu, Paradice iii, Reef Prince, Willy Slade.

Lucky Pete, Basic Mind, Elena Hickey, Salty, Anuraag, Grim Lusk, John Hayes, Midnight Elevator, Bun Dem, Mascara Snakes, Last Quokka, Soft Approach, Adrian Dzvuke, Aborted Tortoise, Chico G, C. Frim, DJ Mum, Mike Midnight, Dream FM, Magic Steven, Wild Tone, Fraeya, Rok Riley, Ben Fester, Carla Geneve, Ash Baroque, David Chesworth, Gordon Koang, Raj Mahal, DJ Plead, Jess Zammit, Pjenné, Emlyn Johnson, Big Cry, Feast of Snakes, Double Think Prism. 2016 WAM - Most Popular Music Event Official website Camp Doogs's channel on YouTube

2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament

The 2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament began on May 14 and ended on May 19, 2014 at Marty L. Miller Field, on the campus of Norfolk State University in Norfolk, VA, it was an eight-team double elimination tournament. Bethune-Cookman won their fourteenth tournament championship to claim the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference's automatic bid to the 2014 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. Bethune-Cookman has claimed fourteen of the sixteen tournament championships, with Savannah State winning in 2013 and North Carolina A&T earning the 2005 title; the four teams in the North Division and top four finishers from the South Division were seeded one through four based on regular season records, with first round matchups of the top seed from the North and the fourth seed from the South, the second seed from the North against the third seed from the South, so on. The winners advanced in the winners' bracket; the format means that one team from North Carolina A&T, was left out of the field.

Rain forced adjustments in the schedule, with all three third round games postponed by one day to Saturday. The following players were named to the All-Tournament Team. Montana Durapau was named Tournament Most Outstanding Performer. Durapau was a pitcher for Bethune-Cookman