Pegler

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Sid Pegler
... Source Cricinfo Sidney James Pegler (28 July 1888 in Durban, Natal – 10 September 1972 in Cape Town, Cape Province) was a South African cricketer ... Although Pegler only played a few first-class matches in South Africa between 1908 and 1910, he was chosen for South Africa's first Test tour of 1910/1911 ... seven wickets in the Test series, it was no surprise when Pegler was chosen for the 1912 "Triangular Tournament" tour ...
Westbrook Pegler - Legacy
... Interest in Pegler was revived when a line originally written by him appeared in Republican Vice-Presidential nominee Sarah Palin's acceptance speech at the 2008 Republican National Convention in ... In 2008, The Wall Street Journal capsulated the legacy which Pegler bequeathed to the profession of journalism “all-time champion of fake populism, the ...
Westbrook Pegler - Life and Career - Pulitzer Prize and Activism
... In 1941 Pegler became the first columnist to win a Pulitzer Prize for reporting, for his work in exposing racketeering in Hollywood labor unions, focusing on the criminal career of Willie Bioff ... Pegler characterized Wallace as a "messianic fumbler," and "off-center mentally." There was a personal confrontation between the two men on the subject at a public meeting in Philadelphia in July 1948 ... to comment on the letters, while labelling some of the reporters "stooges" for Pegler ...
Fistulinella - Species
... conica (Ravenel) Pegler T.W.K.Young 1981 USA, Mexico F ... gloeocarpa Pegler 1983 Martinique F ... violaceipora (G.Stev.) Pegler T.W.K.Young 1981 New Zealand F ...
Alan Pegler
... Alan Francis Pegler OBE, FRSA (16 April 1920 – 18 March 2012) was a British railway preservationist, best known for saving LNER Class A3 4472 Flying Scotsman and his ... Pegler died on 18 March 2012, at the age of 91 after a short illness ...

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