Led by Melanie and Storm, the NWf PP’s goal is to make commissions an accessible, community experience, and strives for 50 performances of the work within its first year.With this commission, Cole challenged himself to write a piece that is agnostic about pitch, allowing for melodic variation between performances.Our events offer a fresh alternative to speed dating and matchmaking in Toronto.We don't find anything romantic about whistles, name-tags or over-the-top party trimmings typically found at singles events so we have done away with them.
As such, public sentiment at that time indicated little belief the Crimson Tide could compete with the Huskies, who carried a 10-0-1 record into the game and were considered heavy favorites.According to a story published by Sports Illustrated in 1964, the Rose Bowl originally invited Dartmouth, which declined due to the length of the coast-to-coast trip; Alabama, according to reports at the time, needed four days to make the journey by train.(Other reports indicate that Princeton, Colgate and Tulane were each considered to varying degrees.) Coached by Wallace Wade, the Crimson Tide had cruised to a 9-0 record during the 1925 regular season, allowing only seven points all season and piling up 30.8 points per game.That is especially true of their first-ever meeting, the 1926 Rose Bowl game, which Alabama won, 20-19, in what is now commonly known in Tuscaloosa as “the football game that changed the South.” “If you look at the history of Alabama football through the eyes of an Alabama curator, they would say the 1926 Rose Bowl and the 1978 game in Seattle were two of the most important games they ever played,” said David Torrell, curator of the Husky Hall of Fame.
Hard as it might be to believe, there was a time when Southern football programs were deemed inferior to those on the east and west coasts.Quarterback Pooley Hubert and star running back Johnny Mack Brown, eventual College Football Hall of Fame entrants, led the offense.