Dwight Davis


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Noun1.Dwight Davis - United States tennis player who donated the Davis Cup for international team tennis competition (1879-1945)
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Former NBA and University of Houston Cougars player Dwight Davis may be best known for his professional basketball career, having played for both the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors, and being inducted into the university's "Hall of Honor" in 2006, while still holding many of the school's records for rebounding, shot blocking and scoring.
Governor General Leonard Wood was the first to hold office in Malacanan while Governor General Dwight Davis extensively rebuilt the palace.
That forced UAMS to lay off seven employees and frustrated EBRx Director Dwight Davis, who was limited in his ability to seek out replacement clients because of the exclusivity agreement.
Back Row: Mandy Laurie, Marta Ingibersdottir, Jon Goulet, Dwight Davis, Chris Ratte, Chris Young, Ben Babcock, Phil McDonough, Dana Swanson and Dick Parker.
Fielkow is the President & CEO, and the NBRPA Board of Directors includes Chairman of the Board Thurl Bailey, Vice Chairman Dwight Davis, Treasurer Marvin Roberts, Secretary Nancy Lieberman, Past Chairman Robert A.
Rick Barry, Dwight Davis, Spencer Haywood, Nancy Lieberman, Johnny Newman and Eldridge Recasner.
Authorities arrested Donald Dwight Davis, 38, that evening.
1945: Dwight Davis, the man who founded tennis' Davis Cup competition, died.
Once the two respective national associations had agreed, one of the four players, Dwight Davis, designed a tournament format and ordered a trophy, buying it with his own money.
lt;p>"They are not on the ropes," says independent consultant Dwight Davis, who has followed Microsoft for more than 15 years.
1900: American Dwight Davis created the Davis Cup tennis tournament.
1900 - American Dwight Davis created the Davis Cup tennis tournament.