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Mon, Jun 25, 2012
They are halfway through the first time through the rotation since manager Jim Tracy's decision a week ago to go to a four-man rotation.
Jeremy Guthrie, the starter whose unexpected struggles led to Tracy trying four starters, pitched 3 1-3 scoreless innings in relief of White.
NOTES: The Rangers surpassed 1.5 million in attendance with their franchise-record 22nd sellout of the season. ... Texas LHP Derek Holland threw a 48-pitch bullpen session and the team said he could progress to a rehab assignment soon. He has been out nearly three weeks because of shoulder fatigue. ... Rangers 3B Adrian Beltre has one less error and Tigers 2B Chris Nelson has another double. There was a scoring change from Saturday, when Beltre was initially charged with an error after he obviously lost sight of Nelson's hard liner that went into left field. ... Nelson (swollen ankle) didn't play Sunday.
Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The Rockies starters were averaging only 5.19 innings per start when Manager Jim Tracy announced he was going to a four-man rotation, which would not include opening day starter Jeremy Guthrie. Only three other teams (1977 Mariners, 2003 Rangers and '07 Rangers) have fewer innings from their starters. The key to this plan working out will be the long relievers, Guthrie and Guillermo Moscoso.
The future of the Pirates' pitching staff — Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon — will be on display in the Futures game July 8 in Kansas City, Mo.
Thu, Mar 22, 2012
In 1960, he served on a steering committee — and by most accounts was its leading voice — that persuaded the British director Tyrone Guthrie to establish a resident theater company in Minneapolis to perform classic works in repertory. He then helped raise $2.2 million, and the Guthrie Theater opened in 1963 with a production of “Hamlet.” It became a model for nonprofit theaters across the country. Four decades later, he was co-chairman of the architecture committee for the new Guthrie Theater that opened in 2006.
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Mr. Cowles was active in the construction of the Metrodome, a state-financed domed stadium in downtown Minneapolis for the city’s two major sports franchises, the Minnesota Twins and the Minnesota Vikings.
His position on the project was controversial. Opponents, including staff members at The Minneapolis Tribune, thought it was a clear conflict of interest for the owner of a newspaper to take a public position on an important local issue it was covering. In 1979, staff members placed an ad in their own paper disassociating themselves from the company’s involvement.
The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome opened in 1982; the Twins have since moved to Target Field.
Mr. Cowles said in a 2010 interview that the impetus for his support of the Guthrie and the Metrodome were the same.
“Strengthening the cultural organization and life of the Twin Cities was not only going to make life more interesting and attractive for our families,” he said, “but was going to attract business and keep business here in town, and it was going to be just plain good business.”
Mr. Cowles was born on May 27, 1929, in Des Moines, Iowa, where his grandfather, Gardner Cowles, had been publisher of The Des Moines Register since 1903. His father, John, and his uncle Gardner Cowles Jr., known as Mike, founded Look magazine. John Cowles Sr. bought The Minneapolis Star in 1935 and moved his family to Minneapolis in 1938.
The next year, the family business bought The Minneapolis Journal and merged it with The Star, and then added The Minneapolis Tribune in 1941. Young John graduated from the Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire and Harvard, and spent two years in the Army before joining the family business as a reporter.
After his dismissal from the company in 1983, Mr. Cowles began a somewhat eclectic career. He studied agricultural economics, taught aerobics, toured in the United States and Europe with a modern dance company, and helped establi... (New York Times)
Sat, Dec 17, 2011
TOWN OF GALE, Wis. — Cathy Ann Guthrie left this life at her childhood home on Decorah Prairie, Town of Gale, Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011. Surrounded by her loving family, Cathy ended a six-year battle with cancer.
The youngest of three siblings, Cathy was born in La Crosse May 15, 1955, to Muriel Joyce (Hunter) and F. J. “Sam” Guthrie. She graduated from G-E-T High School and went on to receive a degree from UW-La Crosse, later ob... (La Crosse Tribune)
Thu, Dec 15, 2011
He was most in the news when he was attacked, primarily by the right, for serving in the Reagan Labor Department. While there, he decorated his office with pictures of Woody Guthrie, Joe Hill and George Meany, the A.F.L.-C.I.O.’s president.
“I’m a liberal, sure,” he told The Times in responding to the attacks. “I’ve always been identified with humanism, progressive politics, civil rights, free speech and organized labor. I can’t deny that. It might make some people angry, but that’s my history.”
... (New York Times)
Sun, Nov 13, 2011
Tulsa Union (3), 10-1
4. Edmond Santa Fe (4), 10-1
5. Jenks (5), 9-2
6. Lawton (6), 9-2
7. Owasso (8), 8-3
8. Edmond North (9), 9-2
9. Stillwater (7), 8-3
10. Westmoore (10), 8-3
1. Guthrie (1), 11-0
2. Lawton MacArthur (2), 11-0
3. McAlester (3), 11-0
4. Tulsa Kelley (5), 8-2
5. Tulsa East Central (6), 10-1
6. Pryor (7), 9-2
7. Ardmore (NR), 7-4
8. Carl Albert (4), 9-2
9. Duncan (9), 8-3
10. Coweta (8), 6-5
1. Catoosa (1), 11-0
2. Clinton (2), 10-1
3. Wagoner (3), 10-1
4. McGuinness (4), 9-2
5. Sallisaw (6), 9-2
6. Hilldale (7), 9-2
7. Glenpool (8), 7-4
8. Harrah (9), 8-3
9. Woodward (NR), 6-5
10. Douglass (5), 8-3
1. Heritage Hall (1), 10-0
2. Anadarko (2), 11-0
3. Cascia Hall (3), 11-0
4. Metro Christian (4), 11-0
5. Seminole (5), 11-0
6. Kingfisher (6), 9-1
Thu, Oct 27, 2011
Liviu Ciulei, who was voted best director at the Cannes Film Festival in 1965 and who led the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis in the 1980s, when it won a Tony Award, died on Tuesday in Munich. He was 88.
The cause was multiple organ failure, his stepson, Thomas, said. Mr. Ciulei had homes in Munich and Bucharest.
Mr. Ciulei (whose name was pronounced LEEV-you CHEW-lay) made films in his native Romania, but in the United States he was best known for his provocative interpretations of classi... (New York Times)
Mon, Oct 17, 2011
Joe Foster, QB, Pauls Valley, 1,360 votes (47.0 pct.)
Collin Bricker, QB/LB, Piedmont, 1,297 votes (44.9 pct.)
Devin White, QB, Putnam City, 130 votes (4.5 pct.)
Bryan Dutton, QB, Guthrie, 69 votes (2.4 pct.)
Landon Nault, RB, Kingfisher, 36 votes (1.2 pct.)
Total: 2,892 votes
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Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Jay S. Thomas IV, wife Irma, and daughter Isabella of Louisiana; Molly Elizabeth Thomas McDaniels and husband Ryan of Columbia; Lisa Ann Cleaver Fore, husband Gene, and sons Charlie and Wesley of Guthrie, Okla.; Angela Joy Cleaver Briel and husband David of Indianapolis, Ind.; and Rachel Grace Thomas Moses, husband John, and daughter, Grace Elizabeth of Liberty.Funeral services were held at Centenary United Methodist Church in Louisiana on Friday. Cremation was followed by a private family burial service.
Tue, Oct 4, 2011
North Florida retreat after it.The place "has an atmosphere that sort of calms," Kennedy once said, and others also found it so. It was to Beluthahatchee that songwriter Woody Guthrie came in the late 1940s. He returned frequently and wrote his autobiography, "Seeds of Man," at Beluthahatchee, Kennedy said.In 2003, Friends of Libraries USA put Beluthahatchee on its national register of literary sites. Guthrie's son Arlo gave a concert in Jacksonville for the occasion. I got my T-shirt with Kennedy's signature there.A few years later, at Rollins in 2008, Kennedy looked back on a life that encompassed much of the 20th century. He also looked forward. His Stetson Kennedy Foundation aimed "to do all that it can to help carry forward mankind's unending struggle for human rights in a free, peaceful, harmonious, democratic, just, humane, bounteous and joyful world."A lunch celebrating Kennedy's life is tentatively set at Beluthahatchee on Oct. 1. More: StetsonKennedy.firstname.lastname@example.org. Send her a good old-fashioned letter to 633 N. Orange Ave., Orlando, FL 32801.
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