Category Archives: sports

has a ball or stick and is not murder or war; their were or are bubblegum cards or tobacco cards to exploit it; was cool when i was young but is now increasingly sadly undermined by greed;

England 3-2 thriller in Sevilla

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Pat Tillman, Agnes Martin

Pat Tillman, Agnes Martin Today I walk through the pace gallery exhibit of Agnes Martin paintings and Navajo blankets from the 19th century and it reminded me of having gone to the 49ers versus Arizona last week and meeting a … Continue reading

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Sacred Heart USC journalist advocates for ‘real’ body focus

Her name is Victoria Garrick, likes volleyball and TedX and is fourth in pac 12 at 4.65 digs, dig? It was in the daily news by Vytis Musika It was in the daily news by Vytis Musika Vytas mazeika

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Lockhart re ducks

My high school teammate Kent Lockhart was a 4th round draft pick out of Don Haskins’ UTEP for the New York Knicks but broke his arm and was cut. In 1988 he was MVP of the San Francisco Summer Pro … Continue reading

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I found two NCAA hockey programs with awards named for former players named Mark Weiss

Mark Weiss Cornell Hockey Mark Weiss Utah hockey, former Navy Seal It is with a broken heart that we must inform you Lt. Mark Weiss, of Livonia, Michigan, passed away this last weekend. Mark played for the team during the … Continue reading

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Dartmouth, 34 Holy Cross, 14

  I. photos of Dartmouth from Worcester Telegram (I worked there one summer, 1985) II. Article in Telegram about Worcester arts scene>> III. setlist of Elvis Costello, Aug. 21, 1984 Worcester Centrum (now DGA), 35 songs>> IV. list of bands … Continue reading

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I spoke with Dartmouth sports legend Shaun Teevens ‘82 today in reaction to an alumni magazine cover story about his brother Buddy, which seemed lacking

Brad Parks’ article missed this basic point: (from Big Green sports web page) The name Teevens is intertwined through Dartmouth athletic history. Buddy’s father, the late Eugene F. Teevens II ‘52, was a hockey letterwinner. His younger brother, Shaun ‘82, … Continue reading

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