1960 NFL Championship Game

The 1960 National Football League championship game was the 28th NFL title game. The game was played on Monday, December 26, at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
In addition to the landmark 1958 championship game 2016 Adidas fotball utstyr online, in which the Baltimore Colts defeated the New York Giants in sudden death overtime, the 1960 game has also been called a key event in football history. The game marked the lone playoff defeat for Packers coach Vince Lombardi before his Packers team established a dynasty that went on to win five NFL championships, including both the inaugural Super Bowl and Super Bowl II, in a span of seven years. The American Football League was playing its first season and held its inaugural title game less than a week later. First-year NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle convinced owners to move the league’s headquarters from Philadelphia to New York City, and with Congressional passage of the Sports Broadcasting Act of 1961 received an antitrust exemption that allowed the league to negotiate a common broadcasting network representing all of its teams, helping cement football’s ascendancy as a national sport.
This was the second and last NFL championship game played in Philadelphia, and the only one at Franklin Field. A dozen years earlier, the 1948 title game was held in the snow at Shibe Park and was also an Eagles’ victory.

The game matched the Eastern Conference champion Philadelphia Eagles (10–2), who were making their first appearance in a championship game since 1949, against the Western Conference champion Green Bay Packers (8–4) who were making their first appearance since 1944. Due to the lack of lights at Franklin Field, the scheduled kickoff time was set for 12 p.m. EST because the league was concerned about the possibility of sudden death overtime, as had occurred in 1958. The game was played on a Monday, similar to 1955, as the NFL did not want to play on Christmas.
The Green Bay team came into the game with a record of eight wins and four losses, led by future hall of fame head coach Vince Lombardi, finishing in first place in the Western Conference ahead of the Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers who had tied for second place with identical records of seven wins and five losses. The much-feared Baltimore Colts led by quarterback Johnny Unitas, had stumbled to fourth place and a .500 record. Green Bay had won six league championships before, most recently in 1944, but the intervening years saw a decline with the team winning only one game in the 1958 season.
At the time, Lombardi was better known as having been an assistant coach for the New York Giants. He had received his first opportunity as a head coach when he was hired by the Packers in the 1959 season leading them to a record of seven wins and five losses. On the field, the Packers were led by quarterback Bart Starr, another future hall of famer, who was then lightly regarded, having thrown eight interceptions to go with his four touchdown passes in the 1960 season. Starr had shared the quarterbacking responsibilities with Lamar McHan, who won all four of the games he started, while Starr had four losses to go together with his four wins. In his four previous seasons in the league, Starr had more interceptions than touchdowns in each season and he finished the 1960 season having passed for 1,358 yards, completing 98 of 172 passes for a completion percentage of 57.0. Other names that would shine during the dynasty the Packers built during the 1960s, such as halfback / placekicker Paul Hornung Billige Nike Fotball Jerseys online 2016, linebacker Ray Nitschke and fullback Jim Taylor, were also at early points in their playing careers. These three all would later be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The 1960 game represented a chance for Philadelphia to add to the two titles they had won in 1948 and 1949, but the team had declined to only two wins in 1958. Head coach Buck Shaw was in his third season with the Eagles, and in what turned out to be his final year as a head coach, and had turned around the team from a 2–9–1 record in 1958 to seven wins in 1959 to a divisional championship and the league’s best record in 1960. The Eagles were led on the field by quarterback Norm Van Brocklin, age 34, who was ranked second in the NFL with 2,471 passing yards and 24 passing touchdowns, behind Johnny Unitas of the Colts in both statistics, and was playing in his final game before he retired. Less than four weeks after the title game, he was named the head coach of the expansion Minnesota Vikings.
A capacity crowd of 67,325 gathered at Franklin Field, then (as now) the home field of the University of Pennsylvania, with 7,000 temporary seats having been added. The Eagles were a 2 to 3-point home underdog, and the game-time temperature was 48 °F (9 °C), creating difficult inconsistent field conditions for both teams, as the frozen playing surface thawed in spots leaving scattered puddles.
On the first play from scrimmage, a lateral from Van Brocklin deflected off the hands of receiver Billy Ray Barnes and was intercepted by Bill Quinlan of the Packers, giving Green Bay possession at the Philadelphia 14-yard line. After Jim Taylor gained five yards on first down, the Packers were unable to score, turning the ball over to Philadelphia at the six-yard line. A fumble on the Eagles’ third play after gaining possession by Bill Barnes was recovered by Bill Forester of Green Bay at the 22-yard line of Philadelphia. Two Paul Hornung rushes gave the Packers a first down at the 12-yard line, but two incomplete passes and another Hornung rush came up short. Lombardi elected to kick on fourth down, with Hornung connecting from 20 yards out and giving the Packers a 3–0 lead.
Hornung kicked a second field goal in the opening minutes of the second quarter from 23 yards out, after a Packers drive stalled on the 17-yard line, putting Green Bay up by six points. On a pair of passes from Van Brocklin to Tommy McDonald of 22 yards and 35 yards respectively, the Eagles scored a touchdown and the extra point by kicker Bobby Walston gave them their first lead of the game. After getting the ball back from Green Bay, Van Brocklin connected on a pass of 41 yards to Pete Retzlaff that was followed three plays later by a 22-yard pass play to Ted Dean that put the Eagles on the Packers’ eight-yard line. After three incomplete passes, a field goal gave the Eagles a 10–6 lead. On the following drive in the waning minutes of the first half, Green Bay took the ball to the Philadelphia seven-yard line. The threat fizzled after Bart Starr was sacked for a loss and the field goal attempt by Paul Hornung was wide left from 12 yards out Billige Nike Fotball Jerseys online 2016.
A drive by the Packers in the third quarter advanced to the Philadelphia 34-yard line, but Green Bay failed to convert on fourth down, turning the ball over to the Eagles and losing Hornung to a shoulder injury. The Eagles promptly marched down deep into Green Bay territory but a Van Brocklin pass was intercepted in the end zone by John Symank. The touchback gave the Packers the ball on their own 20-yard line. In punt formation on fourth down, Max McGee ran for 35 yards to give Green Bay a first down in Philadelphia territory. Despite the successful run on the fake punt, Lombardi was not pleased, saying “We punt the ball; we don’t run the ball” when the team sets up for a punt.
In the final quarter, continuing that same drive, the Packers advanced deep into Philadelphia territory on runs by backs Tom Moore and Jim Taylor and retook the lead with a seven-yard pass from Bart Starr to McGee with 13:07 left in the game. Hornung came off the bench to kick the extra point, giving Green Bay a 13–10 lead. On the ensuing kickoff, Ted Dean received the ball on his own three-yard line and returned the ball 58 yards, giving Philadelphia excellent field position at the Green Bay 39-yard line. Dean provided what turned out to be the margin of victory for the Eagles with a five-yard touchdown run on a sweep led by a key block from guard Gerry Huth with 5:21 left in the fourth quarter, capping off a drive in which Van Brocklin passed the ball only one time. Green Bay got the ball for the last time on their 35 yard line with 1:05 left, and drove deep into Philadelphia territory. At the Philadelphia 22 with seconds to play and no time-outs left, Starr threw a short pass to Jim Taylor; Chuck Bednarik, the last Eagle between Taylor and the end zone, tackled him at the Eagles’ 10-yard line and remained atop Taylor as the final seconds ticked off the clock, ensuring that Taylor could not get up off the ground and that the Packers could not run another play. Bednarik had played both defense and offense, and was in for every play of the game; he growled “You can get up now, Taylor. This damn game’s over.”
The Eagles won despite being outgained in the game 401 yards to 296, with only 13 first downs as compared to 22 for the Packers. It would prove to be the only career playoff loss for Packers’ coach Vince Lombardi (9–1), and is the Eagles’ most recent championship. Lombardi would later rue his decision to go on fourth down on several occasions deep in Philadelphia territory rather than attempt field goals on such plays, saying “When you get down there, come out with something. I lost the game, not my players.”
Monday, December 26, 1960 Kickoff: 12:00 p.m. EST
The NFL had five game officials in 1960; the line judge was added in 1965 and the side judge in 1978.
The gross receipts for the game, including radio and television rights, were just under $748,000, the highest to date. Each player on the winning Eagles team received $5,116, while Packers players made $3,105 each.
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, Salem earned an Emmy Award as a writer for the television special Don King: Only in America, which also earned him a PEN nomination. The film also won the Broadcast Film Critics Award and Peabody Award for Best Television Film of the year. He received a second Emmy nomination the following year for writing The Rat Pack

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, in addition to a second PEN nomination.
Salem won a Drama Log award for his performance in Richard Greenberg’s “The Extra Man” at South Coast Repertory Theater, as well as a Boston Critic’s award for his performance as “Cousins” in George Bernard Shaw’s Major Barbara with Cherry Jones at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge. Salem also co-starred on Broadway as “Scoop” in The Heidi Chronicles with Mary McDonnel

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He has appeared in over 80 guest starring roles on television, including the role of Marcel Pasquinel in Centennial (1978), and the ghost of a dead soldier in an Emmy Award winning episode of M*A*S*H. His film roles include the role of Jocko in Triumph of the Spirit (1989), the role of The Grand Inquistor in Ridley’s Scott’s 1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992), and the bleach blonde French gangster in Roger Avary’s Killing Zoe (1994).
Salem is also a composer and partner in the music company, “Matter Music”, best known for its soundtracks for the films Riding Giants and Wedding Crashers.

Floyd Gottfredson

Arthur Floyd Gottfredson (May 5, 1905 – July 22, 1986) was an American cartoonist best known for his defining work on the Mickey Mouse comic strip. He has probably had the same impact on the Mickey Mouse comics as Carl Barks had on the Donald Duck comics. Two decades after his death, his memory was honored with the Disney Legends citation in 2003 and induction into the Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2006.

Gottfredson was born into a large Mormon family in Kaysville, Utah. The three brothers and four sisters traced their roots to their great-grandfather who had immigrated to the United States from Denmark in the 1840s. As a child, Floyd severely injured his arm in a hunting accident. Housebound during a long recovery, he became interested in cartooning and took several cartooning correspondence courses. By the late 1920s, he was drawing cartoons for trade magazines and the Salt Lake City Telegram newspaper.
After achieving second place in a 1928 cartoon contest, the 23-year-old Gottfredson moved to Southern California with his wife and family, just before Christmas. At the time, there were seven major newspapers in the area, but he was unable to find work with any

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. One job he’d held in Utah, however, was as a movie projectionist and he found employment in that field in California. A year later, the movie theater where he’d been working was torn down, resulting in another job search and the profession of a lifetime.
Walt Disney Productions hired Gottfredson as an apprentice animator and in-betweener on December 19, 1929. In April 1930 he started working on the four-month-old Mickey Mouse comic strip. It had originally been scripted by Walt Disney and drawn by Ub Iwerks who was succeeded by Win Smith. In May, Disney had Gottfredson assigned to the daily strip

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, promising it would be only a temporary arrangement until someone else could be found to take over. As it turned out, Gottfredson continued to produce the Mickey Mouse strips for the next 45 years.
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, May 5, 1930. On January 17, 1932 he began work on the newly inaugurated Mickey Mouse color Sunday strip which, in addition to the daily, he continued through mid-1938.
Originally, Gottfredson drew the strips alone, but in 1934 he pulled back to plotting the stories and doing the penciling. Scripts were written by Ted Osborne (1934–49), Merrill De Maris (1934–42), Dick Shaw (1942–43), Bill Walsh (1943–64), Roy Williams (1964) and Del Connell (1968–82). There were a variety of inkers, including Al Taliaferro in the 1930s, until Gottfredson returned to inking the strips himself in 1943.
From the beginning, the strips were parts of long continuing stories. These introduced characters such as Eli Squinch; Mickey’s nephews, Morty and Ferdie Fieldmouse; Detective Casey, Chief O’Hara and the Phantom Blot. The stories were always untitled. Titles were usually assigned later, when the strips or pages were reprinted in picture-books or comic books, which the artists had no influence on. For the sake of a better overview, these reprint titles are commonly used today. Starting in 1955, Gottfredson and writer Bill Walsh were instructed to drop the storylines and do only daily gags.
Gottfredson continued illustrating the daily strip until he retired on October 1, 1975. His last one was published on November 15 and his last Sunday strip on September 19, 1976.
Gottfredson’s Mickey strips were often collected in the 1930s and 1940s. Western Publishing’s Big Little Book series based most of its Mickey volumes on the strip; Dell Publishing’s Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories serialized stories from the strip through 1948.
Modern-day American reprints began with “The Bar None Ranch” (1940) which appeared in Walt Disney Comics Digest #40 (1973). The following year “The Bat Bandit” (1934) appeared in a deluxe edition The Best of Walt Disney Comics. Abbeville Press’ large size Best Comics anthologies in the late-1970s included two all-Gottfredson volumes (one headlined “Goofy”), though the stories were relettered and sometimes condensed. In 1980, Abbeville issued a small-size Best Comics series that included three all-Gottfredson volumes (again, one headlined “Goofy”), all of which reprinted stories from the earlier large-size editions. In 1986, Another Rainbow/Gladstone Publishing began a tradition of serializing Gottfredson stories in regular Disney monthly comic books, which has continued on and off to the present day. Gladstone also collected a number of Gottfredson’s serials in the larger-size “comic albums” it issued during the 1980s; in 1990, Disney Comics issued “Mickey Mouse Outwits the Phantom Blot” (1939) in the same format.
In 2007 Gemstone Publishing announced The Floyd Gottfredson Library, a comprehensive Gottfredson edition. But the series was postponed, then canceled once Gemstone no longer had the Disney license. In 2011 Fantagraphics Books began publication of the series instead. The volumes of this Library published to date are:
David Gerstein (co-editor of the series) notes there are enough Gottfredson daily strips to make thirteen volumes but how many are published depends on sales.
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, before his health deteriorated, Gottfredson gave interviews to many comics-oriented magazines as well as mainstream publications. The deluxe edition of the book Mickey Mouse in Color included a small record containing an audio interview with Gottfredson and Disney Donald Duck-comic book artist Carl Barks. During the 1970s Gotfredson attended the OrlandoCon and in 1983 the San Diego Comic Book convention and annual convention of The Mouse Club.
Between 1978 and 1983 Gottfredson did a total of 24 paintings commissioned by collector Malcolm Willits, inspired by the success of the paintings of the Disney ducks done by Carl Barks. The paintings depict various storylines from the classic period of the Mickey strip. A painting of a scene from a 1936 story of Mickey, Donald and Goofy investigating an alleged haunted house was used as the cover of Gladstone Album #26 (1989) which reprinted the story (titled “The Seven Ghosts”).
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, but as a Disney employee, he was never allowed to sign it. Gottfredson’s identity was finally revealed in the mid-1960s by fan Malcolm Willits. Subsequently, reprints of his Mickey Mouse strips in the 1970s gave him credit.
Floyd Gottfredson died at his home in Southern California at the age of 81. In 2006 Gottfredson was inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards’ Hall of Fame. He also was awarded an Inkpot Award in 1983.
Fellow Disney Legend Floyd Norman notes the drawing desk Gottfredson used today “occupies a corner in a special room at Disney’s Publishing department in Burbank.”

The Roosevelt New Orleans

The Roosevelt New Orleans in New Orleans, Louisiana, is a 504-room hotel owned by Dimension Development and managed by Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts. The hotel was originally built by Louis Grunewald, a German immigrant, and opened in 1893 as “The Hotel Grunewald.”

The original hotel building was six stories tall and faced Baronne Street. It was built after Grunewald’s Music Hall was destroyed by fire in 1862. The building housed 200 rooms and opened in December 1893 to be ready for the 1894 New Orleans Mardi Gras season. The decision to build a hotel proved to be very sound as the other major hotel in the city, the St. Charles Hotel, was destroyed by fire soon after the Grunewald opened.
As early as 1900, Grunewald began plans and eventually construction of an ‘Annex’ tower on the University Place side of the block. The cost of the new tower was reportedly $2,500,000 and was considered one of the finest in the country. The new tower was 14 stories tall and had 400 rooms. Its grand opening was at Midnight, January 1, 1908. This expansion was designed by the architectural firm, Toledano & Wogan. Louis Grunewald’s son Theodore became the Director and Manager of the Hotel. The lobby of the Annex featured a large Italian Marble staircase which reached an overlooking mezzanine level of the hotel. The Annex Tower allowed the addition of several entertainment and dining facilities. Among the new options were the Forest Grill, The Lounge, The Fountain Grill and the most famous, The Cave. The Cave was designed to mimic a subterranean cave complete with waterfalls, stalactites, glass topped tables and statues of gnomes and nymphs. Revues similar to the Ziegfeld Follies were presented on a nightly basis.
In 1915, Theodore Grunewald became the sole owner of the hotel when his father died. He retained ownership of the hotel until early 1923 when, on his Doctor’s advice, he sold all of his business interests.
In 1923, Theodore Grunewald sold the hotel to a business group headed by Joseph, Felix, and Luca Vacarro. Immediately after the purchase, the new owners put forth plans to tear down the original hotel building. build a new tower the same height as the Annex, and redesign the interior of the Annex. The Vacarro group spent $500,000 in the redesign alone, mainly redecorating and updating designs. The hotel was officially renamed the Roosevelt Hotel on October 31, 1923, in honor of President Theodore Roosevelt, whose efforts building the Panama Canal had been tremendous for the city of New Orleans, financially. A ceremony was held in the Romanesque Room (now known as the Blue Room) to commemorate the name change.
On October 1, 1925, the new Baronne Street tower was opened. It was 16 stories tall and once again gave the hotel space to add even more amenities. The new tower added a barber shop, a coffee shop, and stores which faced the street. By the end of 1925, the Romanesque Room became the Venetian Room and was known as a premiere jazz venue. The hotel began a tradition of decorating its block-long lobby for Christmas. The tradition continues to this day and has become a local icon of the holiday season.
In 1933, the Hotel was operated by Niagara Falls businessman Frank A. Dudley and the United Hotels Company. until a group named the New Orleans Roosevelt Corporation began an effort to acquire the hotel from the Vacarro Group. The group was headed by Seymour Weiss who had started his career at the hotel as the barber shop manager. He was later promoted to the Head of Publicity and Conventions, Associate Manager, Assistant Manager, and eventually General Manager of the hotel. In 1931, he became the Vice President and Managing Director. The sale of the hotel to Weiss’s group was finalized on December 12, 1934.
After the purchase by Weiss, major changes and upgrades began throughout the hotel. The marble staircase in the lobby was removed and a ceiling was installed. This allowed the hotel to create more meeting space on the mezzanine level. The Grand Ballroom that was created at this was the largest meeting room in the city. All of the hotel’s guest rooms were completely refurbished, and the Tip Top Club on the 12th floor was converted into guest suites. The Venetian Room was closed and remodeled. On December 31, 1935, the Blue Room opened and was, for decades, the premiere music venue in the city. The performers in the earlier years of the Blue Room included Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Sammy Kaye, and Guy Lombardo. On August 1, 1938, the Main Bar (now named the Sazerac Bar) opened. Its mahogany bar, walnut-paneled walls, and Paul Ninas murals are still a focal point of the hotel. On September 1, 1938, the Fountain Lounge opened.
Seymour Weiss was a confidant of Louisiana Governor and later U.S. Senator Huey P. Long. During the 1930s, when he was a U.S. Senator, Long used a 12th-floor suite at the hotel as his Louisiana headquarters and effective New Orleans residence. He was known to imbibe Ramos Gin Fizzes in the Main Bar and even had Sam Guarino, the head bartender, flown up to the New Yorker Hotel in New York City to teach the staff how to make them. His ‘Deduct Box’ was believed to be kept at the hotel. The ‘Deduct Box’ was where Long held all of the “contributions” from state employees and supporters. The box has never been found; a replica now stands in the lobby.
In 1949, Weiss purchased the rights to use the name “Sazerac Bar” from the Sazerac Company. The bar had previously been on Exchange Place before Prohibition and at 300 Carondelet Street afterward. He renovated a store front on Baronne Street which had previously held a wine-and-spirits store and opened the Sazerac Bar on September 26, 1949. As a sign of his marketing genius, Weiss announced through the news media that the new bar would abolish the previous ‘men-only’ house rule and admit women. Women from around the city flocked to the venue, and the event became known as Storming the Sazerac. The anniversary is celebrated every year at the hotel with vintage costumes and libations.
In 1954, the Shell Building was completed on Common Street, and Weiss negotiated to lease seven floors. The addition of this space allowed the hotel to increase to 900 rooms and to build the International Room, which could accommodate as many as 2,200 guests for one event. The International Room connected on the second floor with the other meeting rooms on the mezzanine level. With the increase in meeting space, a brand new banquet kitchen was built in 1955 on the same level. The kitchen to this day services all meetings and events in the hotel.
In 1959, the decision was made to close the Sazerac Bar on Baronne Street and transfer the name to the Main Bar. It is still named the Sazerac Bar today.
In 1964 Arthur Hailey resided at the hotel for two months. He went on to use it as the basis for his best selling novel “Hotel”.
As Weiss grew older, he sought out a buyer for the hotel. The Swig family, owners of the Fairmont San Francisco became the new owners in 1965.
The Roosevelt was acquired by Benjamin and Richard Swig on November 19, 1965. In an effort to ease the transition, the Swigs first changed the name to the Fairmont-Roosevelt and then eventually to the Fairmont New Orleans. The Swigs began to modernize the hotel over the years MAX & Co. Dresses Online. The initial renovations cost $1,500,000 and were mainly in the look and design of the hotel. Updates to the Blue Room, both entrances and Dining Rooms were made 2016 sandro clothing. Carpet was added in the lobby. The Fountain Lounge was renamed the Rendezvous Lounge.
In the years later, the Rendezvous lounge was closed and renovated. The space was renamed the Sazerac Restaurant to tie it in with the bar. The restaurant featured Black Tie waiters and tableside preparations. The Sazerac Bar was updated with carpeting and modern furniture and new lighting. One of the store fronts on Baronne Street that originally housed the coffee shop became Bailey’s. Bailey’s was the hotel’s casual dining room and was open 24 hours a day. The restaurant had the unique repuatation of having quality upscale food at any hour of the night. It was very popular with its proximity to the theaters in the city. Another extensive renovation occurred in the late 1990s with all of the guest rooms being renovated.
The Fairmont New Orleans was damaged during Hurricane Katrina August, 2005 and closed indefinitely. While some repair work was done, work was suspended in an incomplete state in March 2007 after preliminary estimates of the damage were revealed to have been greatly underestimated.
On August 24, 2007, Sam Friedman, a son of the late Louisiana State Senator Sylvan Friedman of Natchitoches Parish, of Dimension Development Company from Natchitoches, Louisiana, announced the purchase of the Fairmont Hotel by First Class Hotels for $17 million from the owners, Roosevelt Ventures, LLC. Also announced was the plan to spend $100 million to convert the hotel to one of Hilton’s premium hotels in their Waldorf Astoria Collection chain.
The entire hotel was completely renovated with modern systems

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. The design of the hotel was a nod to the grand days of the hotel in the 1930s and 1940s. The lobby was restored to the look of that period. The carpeting in the lobby was removed and original was repaired. The Sazerac Bar was restored to its look of the 1940s. The space that housed Bailey’s was renovated and now houses John Besh’s Domenica Restaurant. The other store front on Baronne Street was converted into the Roosevelt Emporium, the hotel’s Gift Shop. The Rooftop Tennis Courts that the Fairmont had were removed and a brand new Pool Deck was constructed with shower facilities, a bar and kitchen.
The new owners remodeled the hotel and selected Waldorf Astoria Hotels and Resorts to manage the property. On reopening of the hotel in 2009, the owners reverted the name of the hotel to the “Roosevelt” title it had held from 1923 to 1965. The Roosevelt Hotel reopened to the public at 3:00 PM on July 1, 2009 with a ribbon cutting in the main lobby by the ownership group represented by Alan Rose, Sam Friedman, Jack Guenther, Neil Freeman, and Lod Cook.
The Roosevelt rolled out the red carpet for a historic grand-opening gala weekend October 23, 2009 featuring world-famous New Orleans entertainers and the introduction of Chef John Besh’s restaurant Domenica and the acclaimed Guerlain Spa, benefiting area non-profits.
The current hotel holds 504 guest rooms of which 125 are suites. The total meeting space is over 68,000 square feet with multiple rooms across three floors of the hotel.
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François-Daniel Reisseissen

François-Daniel Reisseissen: buste par le sculpteur Landolin Ohmacht dans l’église Saint Thomas de Strasbourg
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François-Daniel Reisseissen maillots de foot vente, né le 31 juillet 1773 à Strasbourg et mort dans la même ville le 22 mai 1828, est un médecin anatomiste, un professeur de médecine et un philanthrope strasbourgeois qui a laissé son nom au muscle bronchique (« muscle de Reisseissen »).

Fils unique de Marguerite-Salomé Metzler et de Jean-Daniel Reisseissen (1735-1817), professeur de droit public et descendant du dernier seigneur de Furdenheim, François Reisseissen est né à Strasbourg le 31 juillet 1773. Il se forme au Gymnase Jean-Sturm où il suit notamment les cours de philosophie du pasteur Jean Laurent Blessig sandro femme. Engagé dans un bataillon de volontaires strasbourgeois en 1793, il est fait prisonnier et doit sa libération au baron Bernard-Frédéric de Turckheim, alors en exil à Erlangen.
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Il consacre ses travaux de recherche aux fibres musculaires des petites bronches, responsables du spasme bronchique.
Le 12 décembre 1810 il est nommé médecin de l’Hospice des enfants trouvés sortie de chemise de football adidas, succédant au professeur Jean-Jacques Spielmann (1745-1810).
En 1816, il est l’un des fondateurs de l’éphémère Société libre de médecine de Strasbourg.
Souffrant, il rédige son testament le 15 mars 1828, au profit d’œuvres à Furdenheim et à Strasbourg, et meurt le 22 mai 1828 à Strasbourg.
Son monument funéraire, qui comprend un buste en marbre du sculpteur Landolin Ohmacht sur fond d’architecture gothique, se trouve à l’église Saint-Thomas de Strasbourg.
François-Daniel Reisseissen resta célibataire. Il était chevalier de la Légion d’honneur.
Une rue de Strasbourg porte son nom.
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As the price of crude oil rose in the late 1970s, manufacturers switched from petrochemicals to oleochemicals because plant-based lauric oils processed from palm kernel oil were cheaper. Since then, palm kernel oil is predominantly used in the production of laundry detergent and personal care items like toothpaste, soap bars, shower cream and shampoo.

Important processeses in oleochemical manufacturing include hydrolosis and transesterification, among others.
The splitting (or hydrolysis) of the triglycerides produces fatty acids and glycerol:
The addition of base helps the reaction proceed more quickly, the process being saponification.
Fats react with alcohols (R’OH) instead of with water in hydrolysis) in a process called transesterification Ted Baker Dresses On Sale. Glycerol is produced together with the fatty acid esters. Most typically, the reaction entails the use of methanol (MeOH) to give fatty acid methyl esters:
FAMEs are less viscous than the precursor fats and can be purified to give the individual fatty acid esters, e.g. methyl oleate vs methyl palmitate

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The fatty acid or fatty esters produced by these methods may be transformed. For example, hydrogenation converts unsaturated fatty acids into saturated fatty acids. The acids or esters can also be reduced to the fatty alcohols. For some applications, fatty acids are converted to fatty nitriles. Hydrogenated of these nitriles gives fatty amines, which have a variety of applications.
The largest application for olechemicals, about 30% of market share for fatty acids and 55% for fatty alcohols, is for making soaps and detergents.:21 Lauric acid, used to produce sodium lauryl sulfate and related compounds, which are used to make soaps and other personal care products.
Other applications of oleochemicals include the production of lubricants, solvents, biodiesel and bioplastics. Due to the use of methyl esters in biodiesel production, they represent the fastest growing sub-sector of oleochemical production in recent years.:15
Through the 1996 creation of Novance and the 2008 acquisition of Oleon, Avril Group has dominated the European market of oleochemistry
Southeast Asian countries’ rapid production growth of palm oil and palm kernel oil in the 1980s spurred the oleochemical industry in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. Many oleochemical plants were built. Though a nascent and small industry when pitted against big detergent giants in the US and Europe, oleochemical companies in southeast Asia had competitive edge in cheap ingredients. The US fatty chemical industry found it difficult to consistently maintain acceptable levels of profits. Competition was intense with market shares divided among many companies there where neither imports nor exports played a significant role. By the late 1990s, giants like Henkel, Unilever, and Petrofina sold their oleochemical factories to focus on higher profit activities like retail of consumer goods. Since the Europe outbreak of ‘mad cow disease’ or (bovine spongiform encephalopathy) in 2000, tallow is replaced for many uses by vegetable oleic fatty acids

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Yamada Isuzu (jap. 山田 五十鈴; * 5. Februar 1917 in Ōsaka als Yamada Mitsu 山田美津; † 9. Juli 2012) war eine japanische Schauspielerin.

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Battle of Carthage (238)

The Battle of Carthage was fought in 238 AD between a Roman army loyal to Emperor Maximinus Thrax and the forces of Emperors Gordian I and Gordian II.

Gordian I and II were father and son, both supported by the Roman Senate and based in Africa Province. The battle was part of a rebellion against Emperor Maximinus Thrax started by landowners who felt they had been overly and unfairly taxed. These landowners assassinated the procurator in Thysdrus and called on Gordian I and his son Gordian II to be their emperors.
Capelianus was the governor of Numidia who had a previous grudge against Gordian I according to Herodian. Herodian says this grudge was developed after a lawsuit involving the two. Soon after being elected emperor, Gordian I sent a replacement to Numidia to replace his old enemy Capelianus. This action would eventually lead to his untimely demise.
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Alejandro Junco de la Vega

Alejandro Junco de la Vega was born August 28, 1948 in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. He is a distinguished Mexican journalist. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin in 1969.
He worked in the newsroom and occupied different management positions at the “EL NORTE” newspaper in Monterrey and, in 1970, teaming with U.S. journalism professors, created Mexico’s first school of journalism to battle the flaws that plagued the profession. El Norte’s journalism courses successfully raised the journalistic standards in the newsroom to a new level and were the cornerstones for the growth of what has become Grupo Reforma.
He became publisher of El Norte in 1973, and under his leadership the paper has garnered a number of major awards for Journalistic Merit, both at the national and international level.
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On November 20, 1998, he unveiled MURAL in Guadalajara, Jalisco, which has also become the leader in that city.
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Grupo Reforma has been a cyberspace pioneer. Its reforma, elnorte, and mural.com websites are indisputable leaders in their fields. In addition, Grupo Reforma’s information is downloadable via attractive, user-friendly Apps available on devices like the iPhone, iPad, or Blackberry Green toothpaste dispenser.
Grupo Reforma is the largest newspaper consortium in Mexico, both in circulation and advertising revenues Replica Bogner sale. It publishes 9 papers with an average daily circulation of 1.4 million copies.
Under Alejandro Junco’s leadership, Grupo Reforma has been one of the key actors in the recent development of Mexico, by waging a number of fights throughout its history, like the right to hold free, democratic elections, gaining unrestricted access to public information, making education tests results available to all, and ushering the Mexican justice system into an era of openness and oral trials.

Lymphovascular invasion

Lymphovascular invasion (LVI or lymphovascular space invasion) is spread of a cancer to the blood vessels and/or lymphatics.

Lymph: A clear or white fluid that travels through vessels, moves within tissues and work to keep all the parts of the body clean. Vascular: The body’s network of blood vessels nike soccer jerseys 2016 Shop. When cancer spreads to lymph and vascular system, it is thus termed as Lymphovascular Invasion.
Lymphovascular invasion, especially in carcinomas, usually precedes spread to the lymph nodes that drain the tissue in which the tumour arose. Conversely, cancers with lymph node spread (known as a lymph node metastases), usually have lymphovascular invasion. Lymph node metastases usually precede secondary tumours, i.e. distant metastases.
The absence of LVI in the context of proven lymph node metastasis is usually thought to be due to sampling error Christian Louboutin Outlet Australia.
The predictive value and prevalence of lymphovascular invasion is strongly dependent on the type of cancer. In other words, LVI in one type of cancer may be much less important than LVI in another type of cancer.
Generally speaking, it is associated with lymph node metastases which themselves are predictive of a poorer prognosis. In the context of (histologically) proven lymph node metastases, LVI may have less prognostic significance or no prognostic significance.
In breast cancer, LVI is not an independent risk factor for a poorer prognosis.
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In sporadic colorectal carcinoma, LVI of a poorer prognosis.