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May 04,2007
Enos Stanley Kroenke grew up in Mora, a speck of a town in the farmlands of central Missouri. He was named after two St. Louis Cardinals baseball stars from the 1940s and '50s, Enos Slaughter and Stan Musial, but he goes by the less pretentious Stan. His father was in the lumber business. He played high school basketball. This is the guy who wants to buy Arsenal, among Englad's most hallowed soccer clubs. This is ... [full story]
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May 04,2007
  Reading a putt properly, golf, drive, green, stance, ball, golf ball, golf swing  [full story]
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May 04,2007
Q: Where is the first place you look for a tell? How long should it take to pick up tells on people. John V. Bar Harbor, Maine   PADRAIG PARKINSON - Padraig Parkinson is known as a very dangerous and clever player. He has won more than $1.3 million in tournament play. CNS Photo. A: The way a player moves his chips can be helpful. As more and more players are studying the books written on the ... [full story]
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May 04,2007
A brilliant flash, a subtle hum and a sweeping zinger mean it's hummingbird breeding time.The broad-billed hummingbird, with its hovering wings, metallic green feathers and red-orange bill, probes the nectar-filled recesses of a thistle flower. Detecting the vital juices, the hummer's long, grooved tongue with a split and frayed tip darts to the dainty reservoir and laps up the sweet succulent like a fine brush. The tiny flier also has a taste for pollen ... [full story]
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May 04,2007
SAN DIEGO - Steve Foley, the former San Diego Chargers linebacker who was shot last year by an off-duty Coronado, Calif., police officer, pleaded guilty Thursday to a drunken-driving charge and was placed on five years' unsupervised probation. Foley was charged with misdemeanor driving under the influence after a Sept. 3 confrontation with the officer in a Poway cul-de-sac, near Foley's home. Foley pleaded guilty to driving with a blood-alcohol-content level over the legal limit ... [full story]
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May 04,2007
Before the draft last weekend, a prominent NFL coach chuckled when asked if teams would shy away from players with dirty backgrounds. "That's scar tissue talking," he said, referring to clubs that had been burned by misbehaving players. "Teams say that kind of stuff now - and they actually could think twice about drafting a potential problem guy up high - but there are other teams that won't hesitate to take a chance. "The farther ... [full story]
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May 04,2007
Perhaps this is progress. Perhaps the detection of racial bias in NBA officiating through multivariable regression analysis is a sign that it's not so obvious and overt anymore. When you have to sift through 13 years of statistical data to identify a race-based problem in the assessment of personal fouls, it suggests that discrimination grows ever more subtle in the games we play. It suggests a shift from the conscious to the subconscious; from the ... [full story]
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May 04,2007
Shortly after 2 a.m. March 13, a Scottsdale, Ariz., police officer noticed a gray Chrysler luxury sedan make an illegal right turn in light traffic. The officer followed and noticed the sedan drift over the lane markers, slow down abruptly and then cause another vehicle to swerve. Sensing trouble, the officer pulled the car over and walked to the driver's side. "I immediately smelled the odor of an intoxicating beverage," the officer's report stated. The ... [full story]
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May 04,2007
Perception is everything. Which is why Tony Stewart's recent comments that NASCAR is beginning to look like professional wrestling struck a responsive chord with stock car racing fans. Maybe the two-time Nextel Cup champion could have picked a slightly better analogy. Possibly, he's totally wrong. And choosing to make the charges on his own radio show (Sirius Satellite) after skipping a mandatory postrace interview session was completely out of line. But Stewart only stated what ... [full story]
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Apr 27,2007
ROSEBURG, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) has good news for anglers: Diamond Lake will be stocked in time for the high lakes trout opener on Saturday, Apr. 28. “We’re excited that anglers have the opportunity to take a historic fishing trip to Diamond Lake this weekend,” said Umpqua Fish District Biologist Jim Muck. “The ice is breaking up, and the water quality has improved to the point we can stock ... [full story]
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Apr 20,2007
Q: I am continually getting wasted when I have A-K. I play the hand aggressively in most positions but the more aggressive I get, the more I seem to lose out. What am I doing wrong? Fed Up Tulsa   PADRAIG PARKINSON - Padraig Parkinson is known as a very dangerous and clever player. He has won more than $1.3 million in tournament play. CNS Photo. A: Maybe you're just being unlucky, but I doubt it. If ... [full story]
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Apr 20,2007
   When putting, a square club face at impact not only gets the ball rolling on the correct line, but it also gets the ball rolling with better topspin and less initial bouncing.  It is very difficult, however, to ensure a square club face at impact if the wrists break down during the putting stroke.  To help ensure that your wrists remain quiet throughout your putting stroke, try the following drill:Stick a tee into the hole ... [full story]
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Apr 20,2007
Fresh from its winter sojourn in Central America, the burrowing owl is now actively renovating its new digs. Its twisting and turning underground lair may have originally housed a prairie dog, tortoise, ground squirrel, rabbit, skunk, armadillo or even a badger. But the tunnels need a special owlish touch - an insulative lining of shredded, dried horse manure or cattle dung.The owl's taste in decor may seem unique and bird-brained, but it is not ... [full story]
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