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Mary Tyler Moore Show wins five Emmys
Mary Tyler Moore and her weekly comedy series won five Emmys at the 28th Annual Television Academy awards held in Hollywood on May 17, 1976 to top all other shows for the 1975-1976 season. Show regulars include (L-R): Edward (ED) Asner, Betty White, Mary Tyler Moore and Ted Knight. All won their Emmys for their roles in the Mary Tyler Moore Show except Asner, who won his for his performance in “Rich man, Poor Man.” (UPI Photo/Glenn Waggner/Files)
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Mary Tyler "Molly" Ivins (August 30, 1944 – January 31, 2007) was a populist American newspaper columnist, political commentator, humorist and bestselling author from Austin, Texas.

Ivins was born in Monterey, California and raised in Houston, Texas.

She graduated from St. John's School. In high school, she was active in extracurricular activities, including the yearbook staff. She had her first pieces of journalism published in The Review, the official student newspaper of St. John's School, though she never wrote any political columns, as would become her specialty later in life. She later became co-editor of the arts and culture section. In addition, she frequently participated in theater productions and earned a lifetime membership to Johnnycake, the drama club.

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