Some articles on red roses, red, roses:
... The Lancaster Red Roses were a professional basketball team based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania ... Basketball League, of which the Red Roses were one of the six original teams ... The Red Roses also played briefly as the Lancaster Rockets ...
... Ogum with a bottle of light beer, a white or red candle, and a lighted cigar 3) greet Exu Sir Block-Streets-of-the-Souls by opening seven bottles of rum (cachaça) in the form of a circle ... different motives in a ritual white symbolizing an honest and justice-bound motive and red and black representing an aggressive and illicit motive ... anis) 2) place two pieces of cloth (pano) on the ground, one red and the other black, and on top of this put five or seven red roses in the shape of a horseshoe 3) fill a cup of good quality with ...
... In 1906, the Maroons became the Lancaster Red Roses ... As both teams were named for the opposing factions in England's historic Wars of the Roses, the name change infuriated the rival White Roses from the nearby city of York ... The Red Roses were managed by former Boston Red Sox infielder Johnny Pesky during the 1958 season ...
... ball club manager Clarence "Pop" Foster, who had managed the Red Roses since 1907. 1909 season, and in July of that year, Sporting Life reported that the Red Roses club was drawing positive attention ... given much consideration as a pennant aspirant when the season opened, but the plucky Red Roses manager has been 'sawing wood' and not talking" ...
... Even though the Lancaster Red Roses never won the EPBL championship, they drew many fans to the Lancaster Armory, their home court ... Von Neida lead the Red Roses to the President's Cup finals, and a big three-game series against the Wilkes-Barre Barons ... The Lancaster Red Roses had a perfect 15-0 record at the Lancaster Armory (it would take another 40 years before another EPBL team, the 1990-91 Albany Patroons, would ...
Famous quotes containing the words red roses, roses and/or red:
“He gets red roses in different places,
the head, that time he was as sleepy as a river,
the back, that time he was a broken scarecrow,
the arm like a diamond had bitten it,
the leg, twisted like a licorice stick....”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“I go into my library, and all history unrolls before me. I breathe the morning air of the world while the scent of Edens roses yet lingered in it, while it vibrated only to the worlds first brood of nightingales, and to the laugh of Eve. I see the pyramids building; I hear the shoutings of the armies of Alexander.”
—Alexander Smith (18301867)
“The A B C of being,
The ruddy temper, the hammer
Of red and blue, the hard sound
Steel against intimation the sharp flash,
The vital, arrogant, fatal, dominant X.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)