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- (Golden Bear) The Golden Bear (German Goldener Bar) is the highest prize awarded for the best film at the Berlin International Film Festival. Bears are the symbol of Berlin, featuring on both the coat of arms and flag of Berlin.
- (Golden Bear (legend)) According to legend, the Golden Bear was a large golden Ursus arctos. Members of the Ursus arctos (Brown Bear) species can reach masses of . The Grizzly Bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) and the Kodiak Bear are North American subspecies of the Brown Bear.
- (Golden Bear (ship)) The TS Golden Bear is the training ship of the California Maritime Academy (CMA), a campus of the California State University. The first training ship of the California Maritime Academy was known as the Training Ship California State, then as the T.S. Golden State.
- Hockey refers to a family of sports in which two teams play against each other by trying to maneuver a ball, or a puck, into the opponent's goal, using a hockey stick.
- a team that plays ice hockey
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Robert (Bob) Stewart - Inducted as an Athletic Administrator, 2008
The late Robert (Bob) Stewart graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Education in Physical Education in 1955. During his university years he played for the U of A Golden Bears hockey team and was a gifted baseball player. In the fall of 1955, he accepted his first and only teaching position in Stettler, Alberta. He would later complete his Masters of Science and become Vice-Principal of Wm. E. Hay High. After thirty-five years he “retired” in 1990, but Bob continued his work as an educator for another ten years when he became the Administrative Coordinator with the Big Country Educational Consortium and later the Stettler and District Community Adult Learning Council. From day one of his teaching career he served as Athletic Director, organizing and coaching a wide variety of school sports including volleyball, basketball, badminton, football, track and field and golf. Many years he coached both boys and girls teams in these sports. In his early years of teaching, Bob was instrumental in developing the track and field section of the Physical Education Junior-Senior High School Curriculum guide for the Department of Education. Bob and several other Central Alberta educators organized the Central Western Alberta Schools’ Athletic Association and he was an early member of the ASAA. He served as President, Vice-President and Past-President of the ASAA and was also Track and Field Chairman, Basketball Chairman and Basketball Commissioner. He served similar positions within CWASAA (and later CASAA) many times throughout his teaching career. Bob organized numerous CWASAA/CASAA and ASAA athletic events in Stettler, including the first eight provincial Track and Field championships from 1958-1965. His teams went to provincials many times, and won provincials in girls and boys basketball and in boys volleyball. For thirty-five years, he was the face of athletics at Wm. E. Hay High school. His memory is also honoured through an Athletic Board scholarship offered to students entering an athletic or recreation program. Bob was presented with an ASAA gold medal at the 1997 ASAA Track & Field provincials in recognition of his contributions to the ASAA. He served on the board of the ASRPW Foundation and during this time displayed an ongoing commitment to school sports. Among Bob’s many special honours and achievements are the following: ASAA Robert H. Routledge Award (1972) Frank Morris Football Coach of the Year Award (1972) CAHPER Honor Award (1979) Alberta Recreation and Parks Volunteer Recognition (1985) Air Canada – Newspaper Association Gold Heart Award (1988) Citizen of the Year – Stettler Chamber of Commerce (1989) Alberta Sports Hall of Fame Inductee as a Multisport Builder (1992) Governor Generals Commemorative Medal Award (1993) Bob had a profound and long-lasting effect on athletes in Stettler, Central Alberta and Alberta. He was tireless in his promotion of the importance of athletics and recreation not only to the youth of Alberta, but also as a life-long pursuit for all.
[description]This ice arena, located in the northwest corner of the Van Vliet Physical Education Centre, is home to the University of Alberta Golden Bears and Pandas hockey teams and named to honour former Coach Clare Drake. Clare Drake was a Golden Bear assistant captain in the 1953/1954 hockey season and later returned to the U of A in 1955 to become interim head coach. He then went on to coach for 28 years at the U of A and left behind a impressive 697-296-37 record. He also was head coach for the football team for three years. Clare even managed to claim two major CIAU titles in one year, see Coach Clare Drake, By Jack Chambers, 1968. Clare Drake was co-coach for the 1980 Canadian Winter Olympic Hockey Team, assistant coach for Winnipeg Jets and was inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 1989.[/description] [phone]780-492-3569[/phone] [address]Van Vliet Centre University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2H9 [/address]
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From famed sportswriter Ron Fimrite (1931-2010) comes the definitive history of the University of California at Berkeley’s Football Program—Golden Bears. From their humble beginnings as student diversion to their unforgettable 2008 season, the Golden Bears have remained one of the nation’s most exhilarating teams.
Relive the most stirring and memorable moments in Cal history. From “The Play” to an infamous incident in the 1929 Rose Bowl, the Bears’ best-known plays and games are chronicled in one exciting volume.
But Golden Bears is more than just a history of football at the nation’s most prestigious public university. Through fascinating profiles of CAL’s distinctive personalities, including coaches Andy Smith and Pappy Waldorf, complex players such as Jackie Jensen and Chuck Muncie, and flamboyant University presidents Benjamin Ide Wheeler and Robert Gordon Sproul, Golden Bears traces the political, cultural, and economic factors that have made Berkeley as well known for its activism as its academics.