SHIVELY, Benjamin Franklin F1c USN Michigan USS ARIZONA
Shively, Benjamin Franklin (1857-1916) Senator from illinois Died in Office
Sgt. Alfred Shively; killed at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863. Civil War
JACK SHIVELY;MC;LCPL;2/14/1943;12/18/1965;0;KANSAS CITY
Marine who lost his life in Vietnam
Jill Shively witnesses a near accident involving Bronco -- she identifies
O.J. Simpson as the driver -- and an unidentified third car -- this places
Simpson, and the Bronco, near the Bundy murder scene.
Because Shively was paid for an interview which aired after she gave her grand jury testimony,
Marcia Clark branded her a liar and withdrew the Shively testimony.
Versailles Peace Conference
Earl "Pop" Shively was born in McArthur, Ohio
on February 9, 1893, to Henry and Alice Hastings Shively. He
entered Ohio University at the age of 16, and received his degree
in 1921. A veteran of World War I, Captain Shively served as an
interpreter at the Versailles Peace Conference
Richard R. Shively (M.S. '57, Ph.D. '63) has been elected a Fellow
of the IEEE for "contributions to the design and application of programmable,
real-time, and parallel signal processors." Shively is employed by AT&T
Bell Laboratories. co-inventor of the Binary tree multiprocessor Patent Number 4910669
Reconfigurable signal processor Patent Number 5020059
1894 - John S. (Shively) Knight (Pulitzer Prize-winning [Editor’s Notebook: 1968] reporter, editor: The Akron Beacon Journal; publisher: Knight- Ridder newspaper empire; died June 16, 1981)
George Shively, late editor-in-chief, Doubleday Publishing
Charley Shively. San Francisco, CA (gay author )
Calamus lovers: Walt Whitman's working class camerados / Charley Shively. San Francisco, CA: Gay Sunshine Press, 1987.
Drum beats: Walt Whitman's Civil War boy lovers / Charley Shively. San Francisco, CA: Gay Sunshine Press, 1989.
Rodney was trained and driven by Bion Shively He started 67 times and won 47 times. He was undefeated "Horse of the Year" in 1948
The all time leading sire of $100,000 trotting winners and the leading money winning trotting sire for five straight years is dead. Rodney 1:57.2, one of the sport's all time greats as a race horse and sire, died at Walnut Hall Stud on February 28, 1963.
Population 2000: 15,157
Metro area: Louisville
Time zone: Eastern Daylight Saving
Named for Jacob and Christian William Shively, settlers
"The dog was about 9 weeks old and didn't have identification of any kind," Shively recalls. "I couldn't just leave her there after the game was over, so I took her home."
snip -Shively christened her new pet Morgan and the two became inseparable.That's how, more than a decade ago, Shively and Morgan got involved with the Delta Society
"Let each man and lad be provided with five or six
shirts, one or two pair of buckskin pantaloons, a buckskin coat or
shirt, two very wide-brimmed hats..." --J.M. Shively, 1846
The magic proportions for cocktails is two-one-one. Two strong, one sweet, one sour. The Evan uses these mystic proportions to being you something truly refreshing and inspiring. Two parts citrus vodka (use Absolut Citron if you don't want to make your own), one part Cointreau and one part fresh lemon juice. The original recipe called for a splash of cranberry for color. I prefer to leave it out and have a pale, lemon colored drink. Shake the ingredients with ice and serve in a cocktail glass with a lemon twist.
This drink was devised by and named for Evan Shively, a former chef at Enrico's in San Francisco. It comes via the Hotwired Cocktail of the Week page. Try it, you won't regret it.
There are also drinks called Brazen Hussey and Balalaika.
are made by varying the proportions of Cointreau and lemon juice.