Chuck Taylor

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Chuck Taylor (salesman)
... Charles Hollis "Chuck" Taylor (June 24, 1901 – June 23, 1969) was an American basketball player and shoe salesman/evangelist ... He is best known for his association with the Chuck Taylor All-Stars sneaker, the most successful selling basketball shoe in history ... A full biography of Chuck Taylor was published by Indiana University Press in 2006 ...
Chikara Campeonatos De Parejas - Campeonatos De Parejas Defenses
... (Chuck Taylor and Johnny Gargano) September 18, 2011 Manhattan, NY Martyr Yourself to Caution F.I.S.T ... (Chuck Taylor and Icarus) The Throwbacks (Dasher Hatfield and Sugar Dunkerton) October 30, 2011 Williamsport, PA Maiden Flight of the Great Condor F.I.S.T ... (Chuck Taylor and Icarus) The Spectral Envoy (Hallowicked and UltraMantis Black) February 25, 2012 Reading, PA A Death Worse Than Fate F.I.S.T ...
Chuck Taylor, All Star
... Chuck Taylor, All Star The True Story of the Man Behind the Most Famous Athletic Shoe in History (also known as Chuck Taylor, All Star) is a book by Abraham Aamidor, chronicling the artistic ...
Chuck Taylor (salesman) - Converse
... Taylor started wearing them in 1917 as a high school basketball player at Columbus Highschool ... shoe for nearly two decades.) In 1921, Taylor went to the Converse Shoes Chicago sales offices in search of a job, where S.R ... Within a year, Taylor's suggestions of changing the design of the shoe to provide enhanced flexibility and support, and also including patch to protect the ankle, were adopted ...
Ricochet (wrestler) - Professional Wrestling Career - Chikara - Early Career (2006-2008)
... the first round of the fourth Young Lions Cup tournament against Chuck Taylor ... The following day, he teamed with Player Uno in a losing effort to Taylor and Cloudy ... The following day, Ricochet again lost to Taylor at the event Talent Borrows Genius Steals ...

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