Laker

Some articles on laker, lakers:

Lake Freighter - Famous Vessels
... ships of the Great Lakes The most famous laker was the SS Edmund Fitzgerald (popularized by Gordon Lightfoot's song "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" in 1976), which sank on Lake Superior ... The first laker with self-unloading equipment was the Hennepin (formerly the George H ... Dyer) a small wooden laker that was refitted with the equipment in 1902 ...
List Of First-class Cricket Records - Individual Records - Individual Records (bowling) - Best Figures in A Match
... The most wickets ever taken in a first-class match is nineteen, by Jim Laker for England against Australia at Old Trafford, Manchester in 1956, in the fourth Test match of that year's Ashes series ... Laker's feat has never been paralleled in first-class cricket ... Apart from Laker's, there has only been one instance of seventeen wickets in a match since World War II, by John Davison for Canada against United States of America in an ICC Intercontinental Cup ...
Laker Airways (Bahamas) - History
... Laker Airways (Bahamas) was a US-registered airline based in the Bahamas to which Sir Freddie Laker lent his name and operational expertise ... from Oscar Wyatt, a Texas oilman and business partner of Sir Freddie Laker ... Laker Airways (Bahamas) stopped operating in 2005 when the firm was wound up ...
Laker Airways (Bahamas) - Historical Fleet
... Laker Airways (Bahamas) / Laker Airways, Inc Fleet Aircraft Total Registration Notes Boeing 727-2J7 2 N552NA, N533NA Laker Airways (Bahamas) Boeing 727-247 1 N580CR Laker Airways (Bahamas) Boeing 727-223 2 N706AA ...
Laker Girls
... The Laker Girls are an all-female National Basketball Association Cheerleading squad that performs and supports the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team in home matches ... Jerry Buss commissioned the Laker Girls in 1979 after he had purchased the Lakers ... Being a Laker Girl is a part-time job, and most of the dancers do other work for income ...