Mccredie

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Portland Beavers - Franchise History - Establishment of A Portland Team: 1903–1918
... Before the 1905 season, professional baseball player Walt McCredie and former Republican U.S ... House member from Washington Judge William Wallace McCredie purchased the Portland franchise ... renamed the Portland Giants and Walter McCredie was named the player-manager of the team ...
Balamory - Songs
... Then the clips show saying goodbye to Edie McCredie, PC Plum, Josie Jump, Spencer, Archie and Pocket and Sweet ... My Name (Jump A Little Higher) Cheer You Up Edie McCredie When I Honk My Horn Let Me Take You On Journey Spencer Climbing Up My Musical Ladder If You Need A Little Rhythm Archie I'm Archie The Inventor Great ... Archie PC Plum Spencer Josie Jump Penny and Suzie (both individually and together) Edie McCredie All I'm Archie, The Inventor (Archie's Song 1) Archie All Great Inventions, Groovy Solutions (Archie's Song 2) Archie ...
Kingdom City, Missouri - History
... in what would become Kingdom City, which was then just a rural farm and forested area south of McCredie ... McCredie residents fought so hard for the highway that they staged a parade through the heart of Fulton with banners that read "54-40 or Fight" ... When the road was being built and huge numbers of workers were brought in to do the work McCredie became a boom town, with future Kingdom City receiving its first gas station and a two-story hotel ...
Judge Mc Credie - Baseball Affiliation
... In 1904, McCredie became part owner of the minor league Portland Beavers baseball club and hired his nephew Walt McCredie as the team's player-manager ... McCredie was an active owner who helped with the organization and administration of the league in its early years ... the 1906 earthquake that devastated much of the league, McCredie used his own resources to maintain the operation of other clubs ...
Middle Of The Road (band) - Members
... Andrew, 28 August 1942, Bearsden, Glasgow) Ian McCredie (born Ian C McCredie, 15 July 1947, Partick, Glasgow) Eric McCredie (born 17 July 1945, Partick ...