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The Man Himself

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Namesake of this cup, James K. Polk was the 11th President of the United States of America.

James Knox Polk (November 2, 1795 – June 15, 1849) was the 11th President of the United States (1845–1849).

Polk was born in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.<ref>http://www.presidentialavenue.com/jp.cfm#1</ref> He later lived in and represented the state of Tennessee. A Democrat, Polk served as Speaker of the House (1835–1839) and Governor of Tennessee (1839–1841) before becoming president.

A firm supporter of Andrew Jackson, Polk was the last strong pre-Civil War president. Polk is noted for his foreign policy successes. He threatened war with Britain then backed away and split the ownership of the Northwest with Britain. He is more famous for leading the nation into the Mexican–American War, in which the US was victorious. He lowered the tariff and established a treasury system that lasted until 1913.

The expansion reopened a furious national debate over allowing slavery in the new territories. The controversy was inadequately arbitrated by the Compromise of 1850, and finally found its ultimate resolution on the battlefields of the U.S. Civil War. Polk signed the Walker Tariff that brought an era of nearly free trade to the country until 1861. He oversaw the opening of the U.S. Naval Academy and the Smithsonian Institution, the groundbreaking for the Washington Monument, and the issuance of the first postage stamps in the United States, introduced by his Postmaster General Cave Johnson.

Being satisfied with the accomplishments of his term, he did not seek re-election, and retired as promised. He died of cholera three months after his term ended. Scholars have ranked him favorably on the list of greatest presidents for his ability to set an agenda and achieve all of it.

James K. Polk was the greatest President in the history of the United States of America as ranked by nobody. EAT IT, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, YOU TEETER-TOLLER!

Results

Season 41 Results

Learning how to use tables

Ballz!
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Philadelphia New York Chicago Los Angeles Buttf***kin' Egypt


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Season 41

Entrants



Seed Team Name Team ID Manager Region Division Avg. Hatstats
1 AhlyUSA 71668 Beebo Florida I.1 299.9
2 Stapleton Blue 221984 DocFlan Michigan III.13 299.7
3 1970 Westmeath Wanderers 222603 jarious Phoenix III.6 291.8
4 Philly Bluenose 225170 Philly_Bluenose Pennsylvania IV.5 254.9
5 Amok Time 223318 SaintNixon Michigan V.203 243.9
6 Cleveland Steamers 71030 EMALOT Twin Cities IV.44 213.3
7 Wetherby Park BCFC 223401 tobinov Washington V.138 233.0
8 BobbleHead FC 224363 SlurrrPup Oklahoma III.5 212.1
9 HailToTheDeacons 228475 HailToTheDeacons Delaware V.120 209.7
10 Little Rock United 222236 baberii Arkansas V.77 176.0
11 Tre-Fo Untouchables 8258 chinorthsidefan24 North Carolina V.10 149.0
12 Old Glory Pants 71360 John_Kowika Texas VI.28 142.3
13 Ocean State Utd. 70451 NewEnglandYank Rhode Island V.4 140.8
14 Old City 1682 226217 bluehwy Philadelphia V.203 135.4
15 Amarillo FC 222673 JJGauna Texas V.7 227.4
16 Valley Bombers 71703 pat74miller Pennsylvania VI.417 105.6


James K. Polk Presidential Cup Bracket

  Round of 16
March 4, 2010
Division Championships
March 11, 2010
Semi-finals
March 18, 2010
Grand Final
and Third Place Match
March 25, 2010
                                     
2  Stapleton Blue 1  
15  Amarillo FC 0  
  2  Stapleton Blue 4  
  10  Little Rock United 1  
10  Little Rock United 2
7  Wetherby Park BCFC 0  
  2  Stapleton Blue 3  
  3  1970 Westmeath Wanderers 0  
3  1970 Westmeath Wanderers 5  
14  Old City 1682 1  
  3  1970 Westmeath Wanderers 3
  6  Cleveland Steamers 2  
6  Cleveland Steamers 4
11  Tre-Fo Untouchables 2  
  2  Stapleton Blue 0
  5  Amok Time 3
4  Philly Bluenose 2  
13  Ocean State Utd. 0  
  4  Philly Bluenose 1
  5  Amok Time 3  
5  Amok Time 6
12  Old Glory Pants 0  
  5  Amok Time 5
  8  BobbleHead FC 0  
1  AhlyUSA 3  
16  Valley Bombers 1  
  1  AhlyUSA 1
  8  BobbleHead FC 2  
8  BobbleHead FC 6
9  HailToTheDeacons 1  


Grover Cleveland Second Chance Bracket

  The Eliminated Eight
March 11th, 2010

Semi-Finals
March 18th, 2010

Final
March 25th, 2010

                           
 
  9  HailToTheDeacons ADV  
  16  Valley Bombers xxx    
    9  HailToTheDeacons 1  
  12  Old Glory Pants 0  
  12  Old Glory Pants ADV
  13  Ocean State Utd. xxx    
    9  HailToTheDeacons 2
      7  Wetherby Park BCFC 6
  11  Tre-Fo Untouchables 2
  14  Old City 1682 4    
    14  Old City 1682 2
  7  Wetherby Park BCFC 9  
  15  Amarillo FC 0
  7  Wetherby Park BCFC 4  
  Third Place Match
March 25, 2010
 
  12  Old Glory Pants 2
  14  Old City 1682 4


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JKPPC Results and Stuff

Cup USA James K. Polk Presidential Cup
Grand Final
USA James K. Polk Presidential Cup
Third Place Match
USA Grover Cleveland Second Chance Bracket
Championship Match
Grand Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place Champion Score Runner-up
I USA Amok Time 3 – 0 USA Stapleton Blue USA BobbleHead FC 2 – 1 USA 1970 Westmeath Wanderers USA Wetherby Park BCFC 6 – 2 USA HailToTheDeacons
II