Bill Tate

Bill Tate

Bill Tate is a former head coach of the Wake Forest college football program from 1964-1968. He was a graduate from Mattoon High School in Mattoon, Illinois. Bill Tate was the Rose Bowl MVP in 1952 rushing for 150 yards on 20 carries with 2 touchdowns as Illinois defeated Stanford 40-7.
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July 31, 2008
Aug 21, 2007, Beijing, General View the Inside of China Agricultural University (Cau) Gymnasium, the Venue of the Wrestling Events During the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. More Than 42 Olympic Test Events Will Take Place This Year at the Various Venues As t
July 31, 2008
Aug 21, 2007, Beijing, General View the Outside of China Agricultural University (Cau) Gymnasium, the Venue of the Wrestling Events During the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. More Than 42 Olympic Test Events Will Take Place This Year at the Various Venues As
July 11, 2007
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August 02, 2006
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October 18, 2005
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May 10, 2005
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August 17, 2004
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January 25, 2003
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At Shakespeare in the Park, Everyday New Yorkers Will Take the Stage
NYTimes - 29 days
For the first time, a production from Public Works, the Public Theater’s participatory theater program, will be part of the free summer shows in Central Park.
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Here's What Analysts Are Saying About the $1.7 Billion BP Hit - Bloomberg
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For The Men #MeToo Has Toppled, Redemption Will Take More Than An Apology
NPR - about 1 month
Some see restorative justice as a way forward. But it takes courage to hold yourself accountable, and the men called out by the #MeToo movement might not be there yet. (Image credit: Monica Schipper/Getty Images for New York Comedy Festival)
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8 Excellent Books That Will Take You Out of This World
Huffington Post - 4 months
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Trump Suspects It Will Take Texas Years To Recover From Harvey
NPR - 6 months
President Trump is expected to tour the storm damage in Texas on Tuesday. He has been praising the coordination of aid agencies working on rescue and relief missions.
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It Will Take Much More Than Military Defeat To Bring Down ISIS
Huffington Post - 7 months
Iraqis like me want you to remember that the liberation of one city is not the end of ISIS.
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Everything It Will Take To Get Faster Wi-Fi On Planes
Huffington Post - 7 months
Yes, it will get better.
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After Abuse Scandal, USA Gymnastics Says It Will Take Steps To Protect Athletes
NPR - 8 months
The organization's board unanimously adopted 70 recommendations of an independent report. But some say the governing body's pledge to do better isn't enough. (Image credit: Bob Levey/Getty Images for Hilton)
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As Term Winds Down, Supreme Court Says It Will Take On Partisan Gerrymandering
NPR - 8 months
The Supreme Court has for decades forbidden racial gerrymandering, but it has repeatedly shied away from addressing partisan gerrymandering. (Image credit: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)
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Seniors at a N.J. High School Will Take Only College Classes
Wall Street Journal - 9 months
LEAP Academy University Charter School in Camden, N.J., has an unusual plan for the coming school year: All 12th-graders will solely take college courses to finish in three years and save on tuition costs.
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Mom's Speech About Her Baby With Down Syndrome Will Take Your Breath Away
Huffington Post - 9 months
A mother’s heartbreaking and honest speech about what it was like to learn her daughter had Down syndrome is captivating the internet. In 2015, comedian Bethany Van Delft teamed up with The Moth, a nonprofit organization dedicated to storytelling, to share her experience of being a mother of a child with Down syndrome. In her nearly 15-minute story, Van Delft discussed her “perfect pregnancy,” her weekly ultrasounds and the expectation of that “rush of love that new mothers talk about.” She then unflinchingly told the audience that she was “terrified” the moment she learned her daughter, born in November 2011, had Down syndrome.  “That first few weeks is just a blur of tears and forms and doctors’ appointments and lists I made of all the things that were never going to happen now and all the things that she would never do,” she said. Van Delft remained heartbreakingly truthful as she told the audience that for months she never saw her daughter as actually being ...
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Choppy Markets Underscore Why ECB Will Take It Slow
Wall Street Journal - 9 months
The ECB remains worried about external risks to the outlook. This week is proving they haven’t gone away.
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Canadian Conductor Will Take Baton at Orchestra of St. Luke's
Wall Street Journal - 10 months
The Manhattan-based Orchestra of St. Luke’s has named Bernard Labadie as its principal conductor, starting in 2018-19 season.
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Taylor Mac Will Take His ‘24-Decade’ Show to West Coast and Beyond
NYTimes - 10 months
Mr. Mac’s “A 24-Decade History of Popular Music” will be performed in San Francisco and Los Angeles, with abridged versions staged elsewhere.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren's Call To Action: 'This Fight' Will Take Everybody
NPR - 10 months
"Everybody's got to get out there and find the piece that they can do," the Democratic Massachusetts senator says. She talks to NPR's Audie Cornish about her new book, the middle class and activism. (Image credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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  • 1952
    Bill Tate was the Rose Bowl MVP in 1952 rushing for 150 yards on 20 carries with 2 touchdowns as Illinois defeated Stanford 40-7.
  • 1932
    Born in 1932.
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