• Cliff Arquette

    Cliff Arquette

    Clifford Charles Arquette (December 27, 1905 – September 23, 1974) was an American actor and comedian, famous for his persona, played on numerous television shows, of Charley Weaver.

  • Cliff Viner

    Clifford G. Viner (born 1948) is an American businessman who founded the III Finance hedge fund and is a co-owner of the Florida Panthers.

  • Cliff Betson

    Cliff Betson

    Cliff Betson (raised in Richmond, California) is an American student and football player.

  • Cliff Koroll

    Clifford Eugene Koroll (born October 1, 1946) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey right winger. After earning all-WCHA honours at the University of Denver in 1968, Koroll signed an NHL contract and played his entire National Hockey League career spanning from 1969 to 1980 with the Chicago Blackhawks. He then became as assistant coach for the Blackhawks for six seasons (1980–1984 and 1985–1987). In the 1984–85 season he served as head coach for the Milwaukee Admirals of the International Hockey League.

  • Cedar Cliff High School

    Cedar Cliff High School

    Cedar Cliff High School is located in Camp Hill, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States, and is older of the two high schools in the West Shore School District. It was formed in 1960 with the merger of West Shore High School and New Cumberland High School. The entire West Shore School District attended Cedar Cliff until fall 1965, when Red Land High School opened. In 2017, the school had 1,273 students enrolled. In 2011, the school had 95 teachers yielding a student teach ratio of 14:1. According to a 2011 report by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, eight teachers are considered "Non‐Highly Qualified" under No Child Left Behind law. The Cedar Cliff mascot is The Colt, and the school colors are navy blue, white and gold. The Pennsylvania Department of Education has set the tuition for non-resident and charter school students at $8,969.40.

  • Norman Cliff

    Norman Cliff (born September 1, 1930) is an American psychologist. He received his Ph.D. from Princeton in psychometrics in 1957. After research positions in the US Public Health Service and at Educational Testing Service he joined the University of Southern California in 1962. He has had a number of research interests, including quantification of cognitive processes, scaling and measurement theory, computer-interactive psychological measurement, multivariate statistics, and ordinal methods. One of his major contributions to psychometrics was the method for rotation of canonical components. Asserting that much of psychological data have only ordinal justification, Cliff also published various papers and a book on ordinal methods for research. On the one hand this included extensions to the established ordinal methods for correlating data (i.e. Kendall's tau, Spearman's rank correlation coefficient ). However, on the other hand, Cliff also suggested that there are viable and robust ordinal alternatives to mean comparisons. He introduced a measure of proportional difference (or dominance) between two sets of data often referred to as Cliff's delta. He has been president of the Psychometric Society and of the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology. Now an Emeritus Professor, he lives in New Mexico.

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