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The following events occurred in June 1950: Contents. June 1, 1950 June 11, 1950 (Sunday) where Dick Gottlieb was narrating the action, sat down, and then shot himself in the head. Viewers heard the shot, and then saw Gottlieb sitting next to Mr. Twente's corpse. On June 11, 1950 a death occurred at the ballpark during a game between Houston and the Tulsa Oilers when a fifty-year-old laundry worker, Sanford B. Twente, committed suicide there at the press box. Twente told broadcaster Dick Gottlieb "I got something to tell you." Gottlieb, motioned the man away, and continued commentary of the game.Location: Houston, Texas.

Aug 21, 2010 · Thinking for long on the subject of Houston's early TV years brings to mind a ton of pleasant memories and so many unforgettable personalities. I'm going more for volume than explication this morning. with a look back at what's still with me off the . So I put my hand over the microphone—my left hand—and motioned him away with my right and said, “Not now sir,” and looked back out to the pitcher’s mound. And the next time he pulled on my arm, my elbow, and my shoulder and everything, he almost pulled me out .

Feb 10, 2010 · A KPRC-TV Gallery. Correspondent Andrew a game show hosted by Dick Gottlieb. This was my earliest exposure to broadcasting. The book The Fault Does Not Lie With Your Set, written by Jack Harris, Paul Huhndorff and Jack McGrew, has many pictures in the back of the book including people, equipment and facilities. Here is a scan of one page. Richard Manuel Jauron (born October 7, 1950) is a former National Football League (NFL) player and coach. He played eight seasons, five with the Detroit Lions and three with the Cincinnati Bengals.He was head coach of the Buffalo Bills from January 2006 until November 2009. Jauron had previously held head coaching positions with the Chicago Bears and, on an interim basis, with the Detroit Lions.Born: October 7, 1950 (age 68), Peoria, Illinois.