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Texas State Bobcats Baseball
... The Texas State Bobcats baseball program is a college baseball team that represents Texas State University–San Marcos ... a game at the new Bobcat Ballpark on March 2, 2009 versus the University of Texas Longhorns ... Ty Harrington (University of Texas '89) entered the 2010 season (his 11th at Texas State) with a 337-252 W/L record, the best of the four Bobcat coaches they have had since 1985, and a 178-102 in the ...
Carroll Senior High School (Southlake, Texas) - Athletics - Swimming and Diving
... Dragon swim team is among one of the best swim teams in the state ... The boys won the state championship in 2001 and 2002 as a 4A school, while the girls came in 2nd both years ... meet, one of the toughest swimming/diving regions in the state ...
Texas Music Office - Development of The TMO
... the TMO published the first of 16 annual editions of the Texas Music Industry Directory (TMID) ... liaison Bob Meyer to bring the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to Texas in 1994 the first new chapter in 22 years ... and in 1995, the TMO collaborated with the Texas State Library Archives Commission to create its first website, www.governor.state.tx.us/music ...
List Of United States Political Families (C) - The Culbersons
... Culberson (1830–1900), Texas State Representative 1859 1864, Texas State Senator, U.S ... Representative from Texas 1875-1897 ... Charles Allen Culberson (1855–1925), Attorney General of Texas 1890-1894, Governor of Texas 1894-1898, U.S ...
List Of United States Political Families (S) - The Schleichers and Stockdales
... Gustav Schleicher (1823–1879), Texas State Representative 1953-1954, Texas State Senator 1959-1961, U.S ... Representative from Texas 1975-1979 ... Fletcher Stockdale (1823–1890), Texas State Senator 1857-1861, delegate to the Texas Democratic Convention 1859 1860, Lieutenant Governor of Texas 1863-1865, Governor ...

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