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please Remember Me
please Remember Me
Walter Davis Vol. 7 1946-1952
Walter Davis Vol. 7 1946-1952
Recent Walter Davis NewsCommunity contributes to Woodridge building study - Thu, 27 Feb 2014
The first community dialogue in the Woodridge Local Schools process of studying its facility needs was held Feb. 13. Superintendent Walter Davis said 88 people attended, discussed issues and filled out a questionnaire about the buildings and instruction that goes on in them.
Black History Month: Walter Davis helped build TSU while president - Tue, 18 Feb 2014
Walter Strother Davis was Tennessee A&I State College's second president and the guiding force behind gaining the school its university status.
Duke's Jabari Parker Sets Freshman Record Versus North Carolina - Sun, 09 Mar 2014
With a career-high 30 points Saturday night against North Carolina, Duke forward Jabari Parker become just the second freshman to score 30 points in one game in the heated Tobacco Road rivalry. UNC's Walter Davis first accomplished the feat in 1974, and Parker's performance marked the most points in school history by a Duke freshman against the Tar Heels. A finalist for college basketball's ...
Related Information for Walter Davis» Walter Davis (March 1, 1912 – October 22, 1963) was an African American blues singer and pianist.Davis had a rich singing voice that was as expressive as the best of the Delta blues vocalists. His best-known recording, a version of the train blues standard “Sunnyland Blues”, which he released in 1931, is more notable for the warmth and poignancy of his singing than for his piano playing.
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