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War Memorial Stadium

War Memorial Stadium is the official name of several stadiums in the United States:

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1958 Arkansas Razorbacks Football Team - Schedule
... Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result September 20 Baylor War Memorial Stadium • Little Rock, AR L 12–0 September 27 Tulsa* Razorback Stadium • Fayetteville, AR L 27–14 October 4 at TCU Amon G ... Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX L 12–7 October 11 Rice Razorback Stadium • Fayetteville, AR L 24–0 October 18 #7 Texas Razorback Stadium • Fayetteville, AR (Rivalry) L 24–6 ...
World War Memorial Stadium
... World War Memorial Stadium, more commonly known as War Memorial Stadium, is the name of a baseball park in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA ... A T and also Greensboro College continue to use the stadium as their home field ... It was also the home of A T football until they opened Aggie Stadium on their campus some years ago ...
1972 Buffalo Bills Season - Regular Season - Schedule
... Week Date Opponent Stadium Result Record Streak Attendance 1 Sept. 17 New York Jets War Memorial Stadium L 41–24 0–1 L1 46,206 2 Sept. 24 San Francisco 49ers War Memorial Stadium W 27–20 1–1 W1 45,845 3 Oct ...
Arkansas Razorbacks Football, 1980–1989 - 1989 - Schedule
... Result Attendance September 16, 1989 Tulsa* #9 Razorback Stadium • Fayetteville, AR W 26–17 51,518 September 23, 1989 at Mississippi* #8 Veterans Memorial ... Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX W 41–19 25,734 October 14, 1989 at Texas Tech #7 Jones Stadium • Lubbock, TX W 45–13 47,520 October 21, 1989 Texas #7 ...

Famous quotes containing the words stadium, war and/or memorial:

    In their eyes I have seen
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    race round the track of the stadium pupil.
    Patricia K. Page (b. 1916)

    Unless they are immediate victims, the majority of mankind behaves as if war was an act of God which could not be prevented; or they behave as if war elsewhere was none of their business. It would be a bitter cosmic joke if we destroy ourselves due to atrophy of the imagination.
    Martha Gellhorn (b. 1908)

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    Elizabeth I (1533–1603)