Joe "Ducky" Medwick
Joe Dalton (Lucky Luke)
Lucky (Janitor Joe album)
Lucky is the second and final album by American noise rock band Janitor Joe released in 1994 on Amphetamine Reptile Records. After Kristen Pfaff's departure from the band, they recruited Wayne Davis as their bassist. The band ended in 1994 following Pfaff's death.
Joe Zucker (born 1941) is an American artist who was born in Chicago, Illinois. He received a B.F.A. from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1964 and an M.F.A., from the same institution in 1966.
Lucille Medwick Memorial Award
The Lucille Medwick Memorial Award is given once a year to a member of the Poetry Society of America. It was "established by Maury Medwick in memory of his wife, the poet and editor, for an original poem in any form on a humanitarian theme."
Joseph Michael Medwick (November 24, 1911 – March 21, 1975), nicknamed "Ducky", was an American Major League Baseball player. A left fielder for the St. Louis Cardinals during the "Gashouse Gang " era of the 1930s, he also played for the Brooklyn Dodgers (1940–1943, 1946), New York Giants (1943–1945), and Boston Braves (1945). Medwick is the last National League player to win the Batting Triple Crown Award (1937).
Joe Medwick (blues musician)
Joe Medwick (June 21, 1931 – April 12, 1992), probably born Medwick N. Veasey though some sources suggest Joe Medwick Masters or Joe Medwick Veasey, was an African-American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter. He is officially credited with writing relatively few songs, including "Further On Up The Road ", but is widely believed to have written many others, including "I Pity the Fool " and "Turn On Your Love Light ". He sold all rights over many of his songs cheaply to record label owner Don Robey. Medwick also recorded under various names including Joe Veasey, Joe Masters and Joe Melvin.