John Peter Traina
John Peter Traina
John Traina is a former U.S. soccer player who spent most of his career playing in the St. Louis, Missouri leagues from 1950 to 1960. Traina earned five caps with the U.S. national team.
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A Feast for the Senses at Festival del Sole - San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
And this year's season was dedicated to former board member and a beloved member of this tight-knit Napa nook: the late John Traina. Co-founded by IMG honcho Barrett Wissman and Festival Director Rick Walker, this 10-day festival, featuring both
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Golf notebook: Junior event features field of 70 players - Houston Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
Shell Houston Open vice chairs Jim Brothers, Doug Kurz and John Traina were presented personalized money clips for their three years of service on the tournament operating committee. Mitch Maher, a pastor at Redeemer Community Church in Katy,
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Vita in Yountville down but maybe not out - San Francisco Chronicle
Google News - almost 6 years
Cunningham had no comment, but public records indicate that the biggest unsecured claim is $2 million from the landlords, Charles Crocker and the estate of the late John Traina. But there's still a flickering chance the Vita story could have a happy
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Paid Notice: Deaths TRAINA, JOHN A.
NYTimes - about 6 years
TRAINA--John A.,Jr., (September 26, 1931 February 1, 2011) passed away last Tuesday in San Francisco. Beloved father and grandfather, notable society figure, entrepreneur, civic leader and San Francisco legend, John Traina attended Grant School, Lowell High School, graduated from Stanford University '53, and served in the U.S. Army in the Pacific.
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Paid Notice: Deaths TRAINA, JOHN A.
NYTimes - about 6 years
TRAINA--John A.,Jr., (September 26, 1931 February 1, 2011) passed away last Tuesday in San Francisco. Beloved father and grandfather, notable society figure, entrepreneur, civic leader and San Francisco legend, John Traina attended Grant School, Lowell High School, graduated from Stanford University '53, and served in the U.S. Army in the Pacific.
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A Tale of Diamonds And Mud
NYTimes - almost 12 years
IT'S turning into a dreadful year for Dede Wilsey. It should have been triumphant: the reopening party for the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park, for which Ms. Wilsey raised $180 million, is to be the big social event of the fall. So acknowledged is her involvement that people have taken to calling the art museum the Dede Young. And now comes
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ARTS IN AMERICA; True Fabergé Glitter Comes to a City of Faux Luxe
NYTimes - over 14 years
Peter Carl Fabergé's greatest public triumph came at the 1900 World's Fair in Paris, where visitors marveled at his handicrafts and made him one of the most famous and popular artists of his era. It is strangely fitting, then, that a rare American exhibition devoted solely to Fabergé items would take place here in the capital of hype, where the
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PUBLIC LIVES
NYTimes - over 16 years
What a Difference An Hour Makes NBC's plan to add an hour to the ''Today'' show has executives of ''Live With Regis and Kathie Lee'' checking their deals with 59 NBC-affiliated stations that carry their show, which is also syndicated to 78 ABC stations, 42 CBS stations and 14 Fox stations nationwide. Most, including WABC-TV in New York, carry
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OUT THERE; Where the Gettys Hold Court a la Falstaff
NYTimes - about 19 years
The PlumpJack Balboa Cafe may seat 75, but what it really feels like most nights is an oversize dinner party. Regulars have taken to calling it Mortimer's West, after the ultraclubby Manhattan restaurant that is home to socialites and the occasional power broker. ''You can always go to the Balboa for a drink and know you'll run into someone,'' said
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Paid Notice: Deaths TRAINA, NICHOLAS JOHN
NYTimes - over 19 years
TRAINA-Nicholas John Steel-in San Francisco, September 20, 1997, after a longtime struggle with a lifetime illness and valiant fight to the end, of an accidental overdose. Son of Danielle Steel Traina and John A Traina, Jr., of San Francisco. Nicholas was 19 years old (1 May 1978). He graduated from Town School and the Woodside International School
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Paid Notice: Deaths TRAINA, NICHOLAS JOHN
NYTimes - over 19 years
TRAINA-Nicholas John Steel-in San Francisco, September 20, 1997, after a longtime struggle with a lifetime illness and valiant fight to the end, of an accidental overdose. Son of Danielle Steel Traina and John A Traina, Jr., of San Francisco. Nicholas was 19 years old (1 May 1978). He graduated from Town School and the Woodside International School
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A Vanishing Way of Life: The Large American Family
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: If there were a list of socially endangered species, large families would be among those at the top. Only about 2 percent of American families with children under the age of 18 have five or more children at home, according to a 1986 census report. In 1960, the figure was 8 percent. If there were a list of socially endangered species, large
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PERSONAL FINANCE; BEING YOUR OWN BOSS - WITH BENEFITS
NYTimes - almost 34 years
''F REEDOM,'' ''self-fulfillment'' and even ''off the books'' are all familiar lyrics from the siren song of self-employment, but ''fringe benefits'' generally is not. Indeed, many of those eager to be their own boss only belatedly ask how they can replace the benefits that come with being someone's employee. A job with a big organization these
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  • 1961
    His last game came in a 2-0 loss to Colombia on February 5, 1961.
    More Details Hide Details He started, but came off for Ed Murphy.
  • 1960
    In November 1960, he played in two World Cup qualifiers, a 3-3 tie and a 3-0 loss, both to Mexico.
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  • 1959
    He next played two years later, an 8-1 loss to England on May 28, 1959.
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  • 1957
    Traina earned his first cap with the U.S. national team in a 6-0 loss to Mexico in an April 7, 1957 World Cup qualifier.
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  • 1956
    Following the Open Cup, he signed with Patterson Ford where he played from 1956 to 1958.
    More Details Hide Details That year, he moved one last time, this time to his last club, St. Louis Kutis. In 1960, he played his last season, winning the league and U.S. Amateur Cup titles.
  • 1955
    In 1955, Traina and his team mates went to the semifinals of the U.S. Open Cup.
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  • 1952
    The SLML folded at the end of the 1952-1953 season and Simpkins moved to the St. Louis Municipal League for the 1953-1954 season.
    More Details Hide Details They then moved to the newly established Khoury League for the 1955 season. Simpkins won the league title in 1955.
  • 1951
    In 1951, he also signed with St. Louis Simpkins-Ford of the St. Louis Major League (SLML).
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  • 1950
    John Traina is a former U.S. soccer player who spent most of his career playing in the St. Louis, Missouri leagues from 1950 to 1960.
    More Details Hide Details Traina earned five caps with the U.S. national team. During his career, Traina played either defense or defensive midfielder. Growing up in St. Louis, Missouri, Traina joined the SECO Boys Club. In 1951, SECO won the National Youth Challenge Cup, also known as the McGuire Cup.
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