Glen Corbett
American actor
Glen Corbett
Glen CorbettBorn Larry HoldenTemplate:Safesubst:September 15, 1922(1922-09-15)Template:Safesubst:Wayne, Pennsylvania, United States of AmericaDisappeared Template:Safesubst: Template:Safesubst:Died August 15, 1997(1997-08-15) (aged 74)Template:Safesubst:Houston, Texas, United States of AmericaTemplate:Safesubst:Resting place Template:Safesubst:Template:Safesubst:Occupation ActorYears active 1950-1956Spouse Adrienne Ellis (1966-1975)Children (children with Ellis): Laurie Holden Christopher Holden Glen Corbett (born Larry Holden; September 15, 1922 - August 15, 1997) was an American actor, and former husband of actress Adrienne Ellis.
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An inside look at skyscraper safety - 7Online.com
Google News - over 5 years
Fire safety professor Glen Corbett says other cities by virtue of adopting the National Building Code have tougher steel fireproofing standards than New York. "So we have a weaker requirement than others for fireproofing?" Hoffer asked
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HORSE RACING; In the Saddle, on the Couch: A Viewer's Guide to the Derby
NYTimes - almost 15 years
The mile-and-a-quarter Kentucky Derby is not only a difficult race to handicap, but is also a challenging race to watch unfold on television, especially with a field of 19 horses set to start in this 128th running. However, for the first time in its history, Churchill Downs is outfitting the field with color-coded saddlecloths. It is a system
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HORSE RACING; Derby Dreamers Have Shot at Coming Up Roses
NYTimes - almost 15 years
The sheiks from Dubai, a prince from Saudi Arabia and a well-heeled consortium of thoroughbred connoisseurs from Ireland all have horses ready to make the 128th running of the Kentucky Derby their own. None of them intimidate Glen Corbett, a jockey who has come in from Altoona, Iowa, to make his Derby debut aboard a horse called Lusty Latin. Nor
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HORSE RACING; The In Crowd, 20 in All
NYTimes - almost 15 years
This is the full field of 20 entered in the 128th Kentucky Derby, the most puzzling one in recent memory. The Churchill Downs oddsmaker, Mike Battaglia, set the morning line; Joe Drape made the selections in order of preference and provided the comments and honestly believes each of his first 10 selections can win this wide-open affair. Purse: $1.2
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Jockeys' Walkout Cancels 4 Races
NYTimes - about 30 years
Jockeys forced the cancellation of the last four thoroughbred races tonight when they walked out of the Meadowlands race track after one rider was hurt in a spill. The jockeys called the track unsafe following a seventh-race accident that sent Glen Corbett, 21 years old, to the Hackensack Medical Center with a possible back injury, a track
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