William E. Davis
American football coach and politician
William E. Davis
William Eugene "Bud" Davis is a former university president and Democratic politician and head football coach. He was an interim head football coach for the Colorado Buffaloes for the 1962 season. He has also been the Chancellor of Oregon university system, President of Idaho State University and University of New Mexico, and Chancellor Louisiana State University.
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Gautier panel split on subdivision approval, denial - Mississippi Press (blog)
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William Davis, a resident who opposed the subdivision, said Thursday‚s commission vote "is the second-best outcome." Davis said a March 15 rezoning of the area to set lot sizes at a minimum of one acre should guide development in the area
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Tornado will push insurance rates up - Springfield News-Leader
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Insured losses from the May 22 EF5 Joplin twister and other storms that preceded it will reach about $2.2 billion, according to William Davis, spokesman for the Insurance Information Institute. Uninsured losses -- cars that had only liability coverage
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Echoes of March as Pomperaug floods again - Waterbury Republican American
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First Selectman H. William Davis Jr. said the Pomperaug had 30 percent more water on Sunday than after the storm on March 7. Back in March, firefighters used boats to rescue some people who were trapped in their homes. "All the homes that flooded in
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Joined-up justice - Yorkshire Post
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JUDGE William Davis QC spoke for the nation yesterday when he said that the values of our civil society broke down during the height of the shocking riots in our towns and city centres. Sentencing a thief to 16 months in jail, he said that those who
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William Davis continues with tradition as latest apprentices are appointed - 24dash (press release)
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As part of its long term commitment to the construction industry and ongoing support to the local labour market, Loughborough-based contractor and developer William Davis Ltd has appointed nine youngsters from across Leicestershire to join its coveted
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Crosstex Energy names new COO and CFO - istockAnalyst.com (press release)
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(Source: Datamonitor)The Crosstex Energy companies, Crosstex Energy, LP and Crosstex Energy, Inc. have named William Davis to the newly created position of executive vice president and COO and Michael Garberding as senior vice president and CFO
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Southbury first selectman won't sue town over stripped police pension - Waterbury Republican American
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SOUTHBURY -- First Selectman H. William Davis Jr. has waived his right to sue the town over the stripping of his police pension. Davis signed an agreement not to take action against the town after the Board of
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Davis is serving his town and his country - Seacoastonline.com
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William Davis of Newfields, also the town's moderator, stands outside the headquarters building at Sather Air Base, Iraq. Davis is a member of the New Hampshire National Guard.Courtesy photo By KATHLEEN D. BAILEY NEWFIELDS — When Newfields Town
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Irene Davis - phillyBurbs.com
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Wife of the late Daniel T. Davis Sr., she is survived by her children, Diane McKairnes (Joseph), Daniel T. Davis Jr. (Marlene), and William Davis, all of Hulmeville; seven grandchildren, Katharine, Jared, Meghan, Andrew, Nicole, Curtis and Jason;
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Killingly overpowered in Junior League state baseball sectionals - Norwich Bulletin
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Burlington's William Davis gets to second base before Killingly's Allen Perron can make the tag Wednesday during the Junior League state sectional championship game in Clinton. Burlington won, 16-0, for the title. By MARC ALLARD When Burlington lost
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Fins '82 Named to Davis '47 Medical Ethics Professorship at Weill Cornell ... - Wesleyan Connection (blog)
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Dr. Joseph J. Fins '82, an internationally renowned medical ethicist and pioneer in the field of neuroethics and disorders of consciousness, was named the first recipient of a newly established professorship, The E. William Davis Jr. '47 MD,
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8 DWIs Is Enough - 39online.com
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DPS Troopers pulled over 73-year-old Gliddon William Davis from Conroe again for an 8 th drunk driving arrest. He has 7 driving while intoxicated convictions, plus 2 counts of attempted rape, one assault with intent to commit rape and other felonies
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Conroe man handed 55 years for 8th DWI - Your Houston News
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Previously convicted of seven DWIs, Gliddon William Davis, 73, of Conroe, was sentenced to 55 years in prison for the felony offense of Driving While Intoxicated – Third or more. The jury of 359th state District courth Judge Kathlee Hamilton needed
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Brown — Davis - The Daily Iberian
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LeGuya Monique Brown and William Davis III were married Saturday, July 16, 2011, at Lighthouse Minister Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Jessie M. Brown of Baldwin and Herman Wilson of Franklin. The groom is the son of Eulie Williams of
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Victim, suspect in fatal stabbing participated in same mental health program - Janesville Gazette
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JANESVILLE — Fatal stabbing victim Joseph Hanson and William Davis, who is in custody under psychiatric review and is suspected of killing Hanson, share a common thread. Both men, apartment neighbors
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Neighbor who found victim: 'That could have been me' - Janesville Gazette
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William Davis—his neighbor from upstairs—was at it again. Strain, 22, said he dialed the police and loaded a cassette tape into a hand-held recorder. He figured he'd get a recording of Davis having a run-in with the cops. Little did he know the tape
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Neighbor Arrested After Janesville Stabbing Death - WISC Madison
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Police said that William Davis is accused of stabbing his 40-year-old neighbor, Joseph Hanson. Officers arrived at the scene in the 100 block of South Main Street at about 10:30 pm, after getting a call from another resident to check on Davis' welfare. ... - -
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of William E. Davis
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1999
    Age 70
    Davis wrote the book pro bono writing a majority of the book in the summer of 1999 while on break from Louisiana State University.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1963
    Age 34
    After receiving his doctoral degree in 1963, Davis left CU to become executive assistant to the president for student affairs at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. In 1972, while president at Idaho State in Pocatello, Davis won the Democratic nomination for the open United States Senate seat in Idaho.
    More Details Hide Details He was defeated in the general election by Republican Congressman Jim McClure. Source: He was the President of Idaho State University (1965–75) and University of New Mexico (1975–82), Chancellor of the Oregon University System (1982–89) and Louisiana State University (1989–96). He has published other works, including Miracle on the Mesa/A History of the University of New Mexico, 1889–2003 He currently is on the Board of Directors for Sunrise Bank of Albuquerque since 2005. Davis was commissioned by CU to write Volume 2 in 1999. It would cover the period from 1963 (the end of the first book) to 2000.
    The Bud Davis football era ended on January 3, 1963 when Eddie Crowder was hired to take the job permanently, though Davis had resigned the day of the Air Force game.
    More Details Hide Details While working on his doctoral degree and coaching the football team Davis was writing his thesis. He received special permission from the doctoral thesis committee to bypass the standard format and write the historical narrative book about the history of the University of Colorado at Boulder until that point. The name was chosen because the school song of the same name; which is set to the music of "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and he felt captured the school spirit. He acquired the bulk of information for the book from student published and local city newspapers. It was published by Fred Pruitt, founder of Pruitt Press Inc., who was also a journalism professor, in 1965 and offered to print it at no cost. The book has been called the "primary historical reference for the University" (of Colorado at Boulder). The book is no longer in print and was sold canvas bound for $8. an index to supplement the text was later published and distributed by the Associated Alumni.
  • 1960
    Age 31
    In 1960, he completed his master's degree at the University of Northern Colorado in education administration and became CU's alumni director while working on his doctoral degree in education.
    More Details Hide Details After Sonny Grandelius left Colorado with NCAA sanctions, Davis was hired to be the football team's interim head coach on March 27, 1962. The team went 2–8 for the season and included an upset win over Air Force as the last game of the season. Colorado was a 21-point underdog in the game and won 34-10.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1951
    Age 22
    After graduating in 1951, he remained at the University as assistant to the dean of men.
    More Details Hide Details He resigned the position to enlist in the United States Marine Corps. The spring of his senior year he married Peterson.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1947
    Age 18
    After graduating from Loveland High School, Davis choose to attend the University of Colorado at Boulder (CU) to stay close to home and near his high school sweetheart, Pollyanne Peterson. He arrived in 1947 and declared he wanted "to be the world's greatest football coach" and chose a physical education major and English minor.
    More Details Hide Details He was a reserve football player on the varsity team.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1929
    Age 0
    Born on February 15, 1929.
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