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          People on the move including DDB, R/GA, GlaxoSmithKline and more      Cache   Translate Page      

This week has seen another wave of appointments and departures at brands, media owners and agencies. The Drum has rounded up the key moves from the EMEA, APAC and North America regions below.

 

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GlaxoSmithKline

Diageo's global head of digital media partnerships, Jerry Daykin, is to depart for GlaxoSmithKline to become its media director for the region.

Carat

The ad agency has named Sean Healy as global chief strategy officer, to support the transformation of Carat as part of the Dentsu Aegis Network.

ISBA

The company has named Bobi Carley its head of TV and video. She will play a key role in the association’s advocacy agency and work closely with Steve Chester, director of media. Carley has experience at Disney, Viacom, Sky TV and ad agency Red Brick Road.

Bartle Bogle Hegarty

Chief strategy officer Alison Hoad is leaving the agency. Her position will not be replaced, but head of strategy Ben Shaw will oversee the planning department. Hoad came to BBH in 2017, and had spent 11 years at VMLY&R (then known as Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R).

Adam&Eve/DDB

Co-founders James Murphy and David Golding are leaving the agency to launch a new creative business. They depart five years after selling to Omnicom, and 10 years after starting the agency with Ben Priest and Jon Forsyth.

Ogilvy

Redundancy at the agency’s UK office has seen planning partner James Whatley leave the company. In his seven-year stint at Ogilvy UK, he has worked with clients like IBM, Land Rover and Converse.

Himsworth Scott

The reputation management law firm has promoted Lorna Caddy to director. Caddy has experience as an intellectual property and media lawyer, and last spent 13 years at Taylor Wessing.

The law firm also hired Steven Hudson, who has over a decade of experience practicing at media, sport and entertainment law firms Schillings and Harbottle & Lewis.

Proximity

Proximity London elevated Amanda Arthur to the newly-created position of vice president, data and analytics. Claire Tusler, the agency’s former data strategy partner, will replace Arthur as head of data and analytics.

Arthur has been with the company for five years, and Tesler has been at Proximity London for 10 years. The two will report to chief strategy officer Adam Fulford.

 

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Xaxis

Xaxis saw a slew of internal moves. The company named Atique Kazi vice president of business development for Xaxis Asia Pacific. Bharat Khatri is the new country lead for Xaxis India. Daniel Henriksen is now head of outcome media planning for Xasis Asia.

Lotame 

The data solutions company has announced the appointment of Fred Marthoz as managing director for the South East Asia (SEA) region.

Based out of the company’s Singapore office, Marthoz will serve as a member of the company’s executive leadership team. In his role, Marthoz will be responsible for spearheading Lotame’s efforts across business lines and driving market growth for the SEA region.

Omnicom Media Group 

The group has promoted HeeYoun Yang to chief executive officer of Omnicom Media Group Korea. Previously the chief executive officer of PHD Korea, Yang will now oversee both the Group and OMD’s operations in Korea as well.

Zeno

The PR and communications company has chosen Ruby Fu for the newly-created position of president of Zeno China. Most recently, Fu was chief executive officer of Burson Marsteller in China and before that, spent seven years with Standard Chartered Bank in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

Spectrum

The Singapore-based technology and innovation business club has hired Chris McPherson as its international chief executive officer to spearhead its expansion plans in Singapore and internationally. 

McPherson has previously held senior roles at Condeco, Intel, Raritan Asia Pacific, and LenovoEMC (previously Iomega).  

whiteGREY 

The agency has appointed Katie Firth to the newly-created position of national managing director, based in Melbourne.

Most recently the executive partner at TBWA\Melbourne, Firth brings more than 17 years’ experience across marketing, PR, events and activations, and advertising to the new role, teamed with a strong background in key sectors including automotive, travel and tourism, energy, financial services, and insurance. 

Chope

The restaurant booking and deals platform has appointed Sean Tan as chief operations officer. With Tan on board, previous chief operations officer Dinesh Balasingam moves to a new executive position driving Chope’s core bookings business unit as its regional business unit head, while Tan focuses on operations, strategy, and cross-functional initiatives across Chope’s eight Asia offices. 

Tan was previously chief business development officer and Singapore general manager of iProperty.com Group.

TBWA\Singapore

Tuomas Peltoniemi, the president of Asia for Digital Arts Network and innovation director at TBWA\Singapore, will be leaving his post to join R/GA as its executive vice president and managing director of APAC.

On the same day of Peltoniemi’s departure, TBWA announced it has moved Cyril Bedat back to its Singapore office from the United States and appointed him director of regional client partner and innovation.

Bedat returns to Singapore after spending two years at TBWA\Chiat Day in Los Angeles where he was the global business director. He previously spent a year at TBWA\Singapore as business director.

J Walter Thompson Hong Kong

The WPP-owned agency has appointed Matt Parry as its new managing director to work closely alongside recently-appointed executive creative director Carlos Camacho.

Parry was most recently business director and business unit general manager at at JWT Shanghai.

WPP AUNZ

WPP has appointed Sunita Gloster to the newly created role of chief customer officer as part of its growth agenda in Australia and New Zealand. Gloster joins from PwC’s CMO Advisory where she been a director and advisory board member since its inception

OMD Australia

The network has tapped Kasey Doran as head of strategy and product for Queensland. Doran will be responsible for developing innovative communications solutions and driving quality product output for the OMD Brisbane office. 

72andSunny

The agency has hired a new business development director in Tara Jaijee, who will be based in Australia, and work across both the Sydney and Singapore offices.

Jaijee joins the team from The Monkeys where she was the head of marketing. Prior to that, she led marketing and new business at creative agencies M&C Saatchi Group and DDB Group in Australia.

Prophet

The consultancy has announced the appointment of Eric Hor as an associate partner, based in its Asia headquarters in Hong Kong. 

Iris

The creative agency has promoted Jill Smith from business director to managing director of Iris Shanghai. Smith has been responsible for building Iris Shanghai’s unique offering over the past year, creating a strong digitally savvy team and a growing portfolio of multinational and domestic clients. In her previous role as business director, Smith was responsible for opportunity assessment and client portfolio development of the Shanghai office. 

 

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quench

The food and beverage marketing company hired Lorraine McGill to lead growth in firm’s new Chicago office. McGill previously served as account director at Grey in New York. She will oversee the Sun-Maid account for quench.

Sizmek

The ad tech firm has named Patrick Bevilacqua its head of global customer success, where he will oversee the company’s Customer Success group. He comes from MDC Media partners agency Assembly, where he was senior vice president of programmatic and data strategy.

DDB

Omnicom’s DDB Worldwide recently added to its US leadership. Azher Ahmed has been promoted to executive vice president, director of digital. Valerie Bengoa has been promoted to executive vice president, director of finance.

Both Ahmed and Bengoa will be responsible for DDB's three US offices: New York, Chicago and San Francisco. They will also be responsible for Tribal New York and Rodgers Townsend.

Ahmed has over 20 years of experience in digital marketing, and Bengoa has been with DDB since 1998.

Envoy

The design and innovation consultancy has announced three new hires. Josh Creter is the new vice president of technology; he previously served as chief technology officer at Counterpointing.

Julia Mooradian moves from VML to Envoy where she will serve as account director. Jay Cruz was the former creative director at Cuker; he will hold the same title at Envoy.

Mirum

The digital agency has promoted Demetrios Kontizas to vice president of technology. He will lead Mirum’s San Diego office and head all technology disciplines for the Salt Lake City office.

Marcus Thomas

The Cleveland-based agency named Garth Bender its new director of customer experience. Bender was mostly recently the relationship lead for Digitas’ Altria in Chicago, and has previously held roles at Havas Helia, Energy BBDO and Cramer-Krasselt.

Venables Bell & Partners

The independent ad agency made hires across creative and account management teams. Michael Chase has been promoted to director of brand management after serving as group brand director. Meredith Osterhoff, who joined VB&P in 2017, will take on the role of group brand director.

Gus Johnson and Byron del Rosario have both been named creative directors. Johnson joined n 2015, and del Rosario joined in 2009.

Aisha Hakim, who came to VB&P in 2015, has been elevated to senior art director. Jon Donaghy has been promoted to senior designer.

R/GA

The agency has named David Corns its senior vice president, managing director of its San Francisco office. Corn most recently led the brand management department at Venables Bell & Partners.

Young & Laramore

The Indianapolis-based creative agency has named Trevor Williams and Bryan Judkins co-group creative directors. Williams has worked with brands like Farm Bureau Insurance and Brizo; Judkins has worked with the likes of American Standard and Louisville Slugger. They will report to executive creative director Carolyn Hadlock.

Luci Creative

The Chicago-based design firm has hired Mark Ewing as its studio manager. He comes from Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry where he served as senior project manager for 11 years.

Toth+Co

The independent branding and ad agency appointed Kimberlee Eten as its creative director. She will be based in New York and lead creative teams in New York and Boston. Eten worked at Toth+Co from 2001-2011 as design director.

Rabagast

The production company brought in Nico Buris to serve as managing director and executive producer for the company’s South American offices. Buris spent the last 20 years producing in his native Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. He previously worked as a producer at leading Spanish-speaking production house Landia.

Carbon

The Silicon Valley-based digital manufacturing company has named Dara Treseder its first chief marketer. Her last stop was at General Electric (GE), where she served as chief marketing officer of GE Ventures and GE Business Innovations.

The Martin Agency

The agency has promoted Matt Mattox to senior vice president, group account director. He previously held the role of SVP, group planning director. Mattox will lead the Geico account.

Wirewax

The interactive video technology company has hired Yvonne Cheng as its executive vice president of creative solutions. She has 14 years of experience on the creative side and has worked at Droga5, BBDO and Campfire. She recently ran creative strategy in the ad sales team at Tumblr and Yahoo.

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Dr. Lewis Ferebee was offered a job in Washington D.C. to be the new Chancellor of Public Schools.

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          (USA-IN-Indianapolis) Bridge Hydraulic Boom-Grapple Truck Operator (Internal Opening)      Cache   Translate Page      
Become Part of Our Team As an industry leader Balfour Beatty offers employees a comprehensive benefits package that includes competitive salaries, comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, paid time off, sick days, and much more. Summary Balfour Beatty has an internal job opening for a Bridge Hydraulic Boom-Grapple Truck Operator to join the Bridge Division team in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Bridge Hydraulic Boom-Grapple Truck Operator have the ultimate responsibility to provide safe, high quality boom truck operation in a manner concurrent with all on-track operating procedures, and possess, at minimum, a valid Class B CDL preferably with Hazardous Materials endorsement. In addition to operating responsibilities, the operator will provide the necessary manpower and maintain a level of performance that results in achieving high safety and quality work standards in the repair and construction of concrete, steel, and timber bridge structures. When boom truck operation is not required, operators are commonly involved in crew management as well as the demolition of concrete, installation of steel rebar, forming and pouring of concrete, repair or replacement of steel sections within structures, and the repair or replacement of timber sections within timber trestles. Essential Functions Please see the following descriptions for job responsibilities in addition to boom truck operation: Concrete Crew Employee will assist in the construction and repair of various concrete structures. Work will include, but not be limited to, all phases of concrete construction and restoration. This will range from operating a 90+ pound air compressed jackhammer to final finish work upon cast-in-place concrete. Shotcrete, epoxy injection, pile driving and other construction activities will also fall within the typical scope of work. Timber Crew Employee will assist in the construction and repair of various timber structures. Work items will include, but not be limited to, all phases of timber construction and restoration. New employees must learn to climb using lineman’s gear. Work includes drilling, inspecting, and replacing various timber members within a timber trestle. Steel Crew Employee will assist in the construction and repair of various steel structures. Work will include, but not be limited to, all phases of steel construction and restoration. Work includes strengthening a structure to increase load capacity, bearing replacement, repair or replacement of corroded or damaged steel members, and minorlead paint removal procedures. In all cases, the employee will receive on-the-job training involving the use of specialized equipment under the direction of an experienced superintendent. All employees prior to placement in the field will also receive instructions and procedures regarding all applicable safety standards and Federal Railway Administration rules. Safety is the most important aspect of any job. The people at Balfour Beatty have a sincere emphasis upon working in a safe manner. Safety shall be strictly enforced and a condition of continued employment. Tools Used Shovels, picks, chipping hammers, hydraulic tools, hammers, 90 pound jackhammers, winches, jacks, rebar benders, saws, drills, and various other hand tools. Physical Demands + Lifting from the ground and carrying, pushing, pulling objects up to 100 lbs. + Working at great heights. + Repetitive climbing, stooping, kneeling, bending, and reaching overhead. + Use of hands with various tools; shoveling. + Climbing ladders 20 – 30 times a day. + Use of lineman’s climbing gear when employed on a timber crew. + Rivet removal with pneumatic impact buster when employed on a steel crew. + Repetitive use of hands for fine motor manipulations. + Concrete demolition with a 90 lb. hammer. + Crawling in close quarters stripping concrete forms. + Cutting steel material with an oxygen acetylene torch. + Cutting material with an air-arc slice tool. + Sandblasting operations. + Driving small crew truck between job site locations. + Working with various steel fabrication tools. Possible Environmental/Health Exposures Cold and hot temperatures, wet and dry conditions, day or night time periods, dust, chemical vapors, lead fumes, and falls from heights. Travel Travel is of a continuous job-to-job nature, and is a job requirement. About us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
          (USA-IN-Indianapolis) Bridge Construction Superintendent (Internal Opening)      Cache   Translate Page      
Become Part of Our Team As an industry leader Balfour Beatty offers employees a comprehensive benefits package that includes competitive salaries, comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, paid time off, sick days, and much more. Summary Balfour Beatty has an internal job opening for a Bridge Construction Superintendent to join the Bridge Division team in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Bridge Construction Superintendent works on various Construction and repair on Concrete, Timber and Steel Structures. Essential Functions Field Superintendents play a vital role in managing field operations, which will include safety, directing the field employees and properly maintaining the necessary equipment and material resources necessary to complete work on schedule and within budget. This individual will have the ultimate responsibility to maintain safe, high quality work standards for all employees on his/her crew. In addition to management responsibilities, he/she must be self-starting, motivated and willing to provide labor effort as necessary to lead the crew employees by work example. Field Superintendents employed by Balfour Beatty are commonly involved in all tasks associated with crew management. The range of work is broad. It includes, but is not limited to, on-site instruction and training, accomplishment and leadership by example. Concrete Work Superintendent will assist in the construction and repair of various concrete structures. Work items will include, but not be limited to; all phases of concrete construction and restoration from operating a 90-pound jackhammer to final finish work upon cast-in-place concrete. Shotcrete, epoxy injection, cement grouting, bearing restoration, formwork installation, concrete placement, concrete testing, pile driving and other activities will also fall within the typical scope of work. Timber Work Superintendent will assist in the construction and repair of various timber structures. Work items will include, but not be limited to, all phases of timber construction and restoration. Work items include pile driving, drilling, inspecting, cutting, and replacing various timber members within a bridge structure. Steel Work Superintendent will assist in the construction and repair of various steel structures. Work items will include, but not be limited to, all phases of steel construction and restoration. Work items include pile driving, strengthening a structure to increase load capacity, bearing replacement, repair or replacement of corroded or damaged steel members, and minor lead paint removal. Safety is the most important aspect of any job at Balfour Beatty. The Field Superintendent and the people of Balfour Beatty shall have a sincere emphasis upon working in a safe manner. Safety shall be strictly enforced and a condition of continued employment. Balfour Beatty realizes that a company is only as good as the people it employs and how these employees work safely and efficiently. Tools and Equipment Used + Shovels, picks, chipping hammers, hydraulic tools, hydraulic jacks, hammers, jackhammers, winches, rebar benders, saws, drills, welders, torch, various other hand tools and heavy equipment such as cranes, boom-trucks, excavators, skid steers, forklifts, dozers, man-lifts, pile hammers, vibratory hammers, augers and many more. Physical Demands + Lifting from the ground and carrying, pushing, pulling objects up to 100 lbs. + Working at great heights. + Repetitive climbing, stooping, kneeling, bending, and reaching overhead. + Use of hands with various tools; shoveling. + Climbing ladders 20 - 30 times a day. + Rivet removal with pneumatic impact buster. + Repetitive use of hands for fine motor manipulations. + Concrete demolition with a 90 lb. hammer. + Crawling in close quarters stripping concrete forms. + Cutting steel material with an oxygen acetylene torch. + Cutting material with an air-arc slice tool. + Sandblasting operations. + Working with various steel fabrication tools. + Welding knowledge. + Proper rigging knowledge and techniques. Possible Environmental/Health Exposures + Cold and hot temperatures, wet and dry conditions, day or night time periods, dust, chemical vapors, lead fumes, and falls from heights. Travel + Travel is of a continuous job-to-job nature and is a job requirement. About us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
          (USA-IN-Indianapolis) Bridge Construction Laborer (Internal Opening)      Cache   Translate Page      
Become Part of Our Team As an industry leader Balfour Beatty offers employees a comprehensive benefits package that includes competitive salaries, comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, paid time off, sick days, and much more. Summary Balfour Beatty has an internal job opening for a Bridge Construction Laborer to join the Bridge Division team in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Bridge Construction Laborer have responsibility to provide the necessary manpower and maintain a level of performance that results in achieving high safety and quality work standards as they repair and construct concrete, steel, and timber structures. Laborers employed by Balfour Beatty are commonly involved in the demolition of concrete, installation of steel rebar, forming and pouring of concrete, repair or replacement of steel sections within structures and the repair or replacement of timber sections within timber trestles. Essential Functions Please see the following descriptions for job responsibilities: Concrete Crew Employee will assist in the construction and repair of various concrete structures. Work will include, but not be limited to, all phases of concrete construction and restoration. This will range from operating a 90+ pound jackhammer to final finish work upon cast-in-place concrete. Shotcrete, epoxy injection, pile driving, and other construction activities will also fall within the typical scope of work. Timber Crew Employee will assist in the construction and repair of various timber structures. Work items will include, but not be limited to, all phases of timber construction and restoration. New employees must learn to climb using lineman’s gear. Work includes drilling, inspecting, and replacing various timber members within a timber trestle. Steel Crew Employee will assist in the construction and repair of various steel structures. Work will include, but not be limited to, all phases of steel construction and restoration. Work includes strengthening a structure to increase load capacity, bearing replacement, repair or replacement of corroded or damaged steel members, and minor lead paint removal procedures. In all cases, the employee will receive on-the-job training involving the use of specialized equipment under the direction of an experienced superintendent. All employees prior to placement in the field will also receive instructions and procedures regarding all applicable safety standards and Federal Railway Administration rules. Safety is the most important aspect of any job. The people at Balfour Beatty have a sincere emphasis upon working in a safe manner. Safety shall be strictly enforced and a condition of continued employment. Tools Used Shovels, picks, chipping hammers, hydraulic tools, hammers, 90 pound jackhammers, winches, jacks, rebar benders, saws, drills, and various other hand tools. Physical Demands + Valid driver’s license. + Lifting from the ground and carrying, pushing, pulling objects up to 100 lbs. + Working at great heights. + Repetitive climbing, stooping, kneeling, bending and reaching overhead. + Use of hands with various tools; shoveling. + Climbing ladders 20 - 30 times a day. + Use of lineman’s climbing gear when employed on a timber crew. + Rivet removal with pneumatic impact buster when employed on a steel crew. + Repetitive use of hands for fine motor manipulations. + Concrete demolition with a 90 lb. hammer. + Crawling in close quarters stripping concrete forms. + Cutting steel material with an oxygen acetylene torch. + Cutting material with an air-arc slice tool. + Sandblasting operations. + Driving small crew truck between job site locations. + Working with various steel fabrication tools. Possible Environmental/ Health Exposures Cold and hot temperatures, wet and dry conditions, day or night time periods, dust, chemical vapors, lead fumes, and falls from heights. Travel Travel is of a continuous job-to-job nature, and is a job requirement. About us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
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          10 most embarrassing blunders from NFL Week 13      Cache   Translate Page      
Week 13 of the NFL season was full of upsets and near-upsets. Naturally, a week like that produced its share of glaring blunders. The week started in weird fashion on Thursday when one of the league’s best players had one of the worst games of his career. The weirdness carried right on through to the weekend. A former MVP seemed to forget what team he was playing on. The New York Jets and Cleveland Browns continued to baffle us with how frustrating they can be. Meanwhile, officials around the league need to take a serious look in the mirror. These were the most glaring blunders from Week 13 of the NFL season. Bad look for the referees The Indianapolis Colts and Pittsburgh Steelers each lost on Sunday. For reasons we’ll get in to, they can each blame themselves. But they both have solid complaints about the officiating, as well. With the Colts driving for a potential winning score, Erik Swoope caught a pass and appeared to go out of bounds. Only, his forward progress was controversially ruled to have been sto
          Manager of Coding      Cache   Translate Page      
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Indianapolis , Indiana , United States

This position contributes to the mission of establishing a team-oriented efficient and effective work environment. Supervising daily oversight and direction of coding services to ensure complete and accurate coding of diagnoses and procedures for appropriate reimbursement.

Monitoring of accounts holding reports (pending coding accounts) on a timely basis (preferably daily). Developing supporting evaluating and disciplining staff. Responsible for coordination of appropriate orientation job training and performance expectations with staff.

Communicating effectively (both orally and in writing) with administrators physicians co-workers and other healthcare personnel when providing information and/or services. Identifying the need for other coding services/products/systems to enhance coding performance accuracy and efficiency.

Directs monitors evaluates and makes recommendations for continuous quality improvement Organizational management and leadership skills are essential. Good working knowledge of medical terminology as well as computer keyboard. Ability to work in a team environment as well as being highly motivated and independently productive.
- Must have the ability to make independent decisions. Demonstrated competence in communication and interpersonal skills. Adaptable and flexible as well as ability to prioritize work and lead a team of coders through daily operations.

Requirements:
- Must have at least a minimum 5 years hospital inpatient and outpatient coding and experience utilizing ICD-9-CM/CPT 4 coding. Good knowledge of anatomy and physiology medical terminology and strong knowledge base in complete and accurate clinical documentation with optimization for DRG assignment. Medical Record experience preferred.
- Must have at least two years of previous supervisory experience.

• EDUCATION: Bachelors

• JOB DURATION: This job is full time.

• COMPENSATION: 0/yr


          Long-lost WWII pilot from Derry finally buried in Arlington National Cemetery      Cache   Translate Page      
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review<br/>Norma Ford Beard, 74, of Indianapolis, Ind., receives a flag after the inurnment of her father, 1st Lt. Eugene P. Ford at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018. Ford’s last mission in World War II was piloting a B-24 Liberator in a bombing run on the second day of the Battle of the Bulge. In 2010, Croatian divers discovered the remains of his plane in about 130 feet underwater, near Vis.
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WASHINGTON – Soldiers, citizens in wheelchairs and long lines of others on foot wound through the hushed Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday to view George H.W. Bush’s casket and remember a president whose legacy included World War military service and a landmark law affirming the rights of the disabled.

Bob Dole, a compatriot in war, peace and political struggle, steadied himself out of his wheelchair and saluted his old friend and one-time rival.

As at notable moments in his life, Bush brought together Republicans and Democrats in his death, and not only the VIPs.

Members of the public who never voted for the man waited in the same long lines as the rest, attesting that Bush possessed the dignity and grace that deserved to be remembered by their presence on an overcast day in the capital.

“I’m just here to pay my respects,” said Jane Hernandez, a retired physician in the heavily Democratic city and suburbs. “I wasn’t the biggest fan of his presidency, but all in all he was a good, sincere guy doing a really hard job as best he could.”

Bush’s service dog, Sully, was brought to the viewing, too – his main service these last months since Barbara Bush’s death in April being to rest his head on her husband’s lap. Service dogs are trained to do that.

The CIA also honored Bush, the only spy chief to become president, as three agency directors past and present joined the public in the viewing.

In the midst of the period of mourning, first lady Melania Trump gave Laura Bush, one of her predecessors, a tour of holiday decorations at the White House, a “sweet visit during this somber week,” as Mrs. Bush’s Instagram account put it. And the Trumps visited members of the Bush family at the Blair House presidential guesthouse, where they are staying. Former President George W. Bush and his wife greeted the Trumps outside before everyone went in for the private, 20-minute visit.

The Bushes later made a surprise visit to the Capitol Rotunda, shaking hands with visitors and tourists lined up to honor the family patriarch.

George W. and Laura Bush entered first, and the former president put his hand on the flag-draped casket holding the remains of his father. Their twin daughters, Jenna and Barbara, followed. Jeb Bush and his wife joined along with about a dozen other members of the Bush family. They mingled for about 10 minutes, at one point George W. Bush held up a baby.

Although President Donald Trump will attend Bush’s national funeral service Wednesday, he is not among the eulogists announced by the Bush family, a list that includes George W. Bush. The others are Alan Simpson, the former senator and acerbic wit from Wyoming; Brian Mulroney, the former Canadian prime minister who also gave a eulogy for Ronald Reagan; and presidential historian Jon Meacham.

People lined up before dawn to pay respects to the 41st president, a son and father of privilege now celebrated by everyday citizens for his common courtesies and depth of experience.

“He was so qualified, and I think he was just a decent man,” said Sharon Terry, touring Washington with friends from an Indianapolis garden club. Said her friend Sue Miller, also in line for the viewing: “I actually think I underestimated him when he was in office. My opinion of him went up seeing how he conducted himself as a statesman afterward.”

Fred Curry, one of the few African-Americans in line, is a registered Democrat from Hyattsville, Maryland, who voted for Bush in 1988, the election won by the one-term president. “Honestly, I just liked him,” he said. “He seemed like a sincere and decent man and you couldn’t argue with his qualifications.”

Inside the Capitol, Sully, the 2-year-old Labrador retriever assigned to Bush, sat by the casket in the company of people who came to commemorate Bush’s signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the 1990 law that, among its many provisions, required businesses that prohibit pets to give access to service dogs.

“After Mrs. Bush’s death, general companionship was a big part of Sully’s job,” John Miller, president and CEO of America’s VetDogs, said in a phone interview. “One of the things that I think was important to the president was the rest command, where Sully would rest his head on the president’s lap.”

The law was just one point of intersection for Bush and Dole, now 95, who was one of its leading advocates in the Senate.

They were fellow World War II veterans, Republican Party leaders, fierce rivals for the 1988 Republican presidential nomination won by Bush (“Stop lying about my record,” Dole snapped at Bush) and skilled negotiators. Dole, an Army veteran hit by German machine gunfire in Italy, has gone through life with a disabled right arm. Bush, a Navy pilot, survived a bail-out from his stricken aircraft over the Pacific and an earlier crash landing.

On Tuesday Dole was helped out of his wheelchair by an aide, slowly steadied himself and saluted Bush with his left hand, his chin quivering.

Dignitaries had come forward on Monday, too, to honor the Texan whose service to his country extended three quarters of a century, from World War II through his final years as an advocate for volunteerism and relief for people displaced by natural disaster. Bush, 94, died Friday.

Trump’s relationship with the Bush family has been tense. The current president has mocked the elder Bush for his “thousand points of light” call to volunteerism, challenged his son’s legacy as president and trounced “low-energy” Jeb Bush in the Republican presidential primaries en route to office. The late President Bush called Trump a “blowhard.”

Those insults have been set aside, but the list of funeral service speakers marked the first time since Lyndon Johnson’s death in 1973 that a sitting president was not tapped to eulogize a late president. (Bill Clinton did so for Richard Nixon, and George W. Bush eulogized Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford.)

In an invocation opening Monday evening’s ceremony, the U.S. House chaplain, the Rev. Patrick J Conroy, praised Bush’s commitment to public service, from Navy pilot to congressman, U.N. ambassador, envoy to China and then CIA director before being elected vice president and then president.

“Here lies a great man,” said Rep. Paul Ryan, the House speaker, and “a gentle soul. ... His legacy is grace perfected.”

After services in Washington, Bush’s remains will be returned to Houston to lie in repose at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church before burial Thursday at his family plot on the presidential library grounds at Texas A&M University in College Station. His final resting place will be alongside Barbara Bush, his wife of 73 years who died in April, and Robin Bush, the daughter they lost to leukemia in 1953 at age 3.

Trump has ordered the federal government closed Wednesday for a national day of mourning. Flags on public buildings are flying at half-staff for 30 days.

Bush’s death reduces membership in the ex-presidents’ club to four: Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.


          (USA-IN-Indianapolis) Cosmetic Beauty Sales - Clinique - Castleton Mall- Indianapolis, IN      Cache   Translate Page      
**Cosmetic Beauty Sales - Clinique - Castleton Mall- Indianapolis, IN** **Brand:** Clinique **Description** Position Summary: As one of our highly skilled make-up artists you will combine your creative and technical expertise and passion for people to provide a welcoming, inspirational and personalized in-store experience which educates and delights our customers. You will also like working as part of a high performing team to create impact with in-store events and to ensure that the store always achieves our high standards of visual merchandising to stand out against our competitors. If you are a dynamic self-starter looking for a progressive career opportunity then this could be the perfect role for you and the first step of your career with a leader in prestige beauty. While certification in make -up artistry and/or previous retail make up experience is desirable we also welcome applicants with amateur level experience. As a leader in prestige beauty with a culture that values diversity of thought and people, we offer excellent training and development and a competitive remuneration and benefits package. Please note in some of these roles you may be hired by the Department Store and not the Estee Lauder Companies. The Department Store will make all final hiring decisions. **Qualifications** + While a qualification in make-up artistry/previous retail make up experience is preferred, we welcome applicants with amateur level experience who are able to demonstrate a high level of creative and technical expertise + All applicants must be able to demonstrate the ability to provide inspirational, authentic and personalized customer service + Ability to work retail hours including days, nights, weekends and special events in a fast-paced work environment + Previous experience with retail point-of-sale software + Applicants must be able to provide proof of right to live and work in the country if invited to attend for interview **Job:** Retail - Store **Primary Location:** Americas-US-INA-Indianapolis **Job Type:** Standard **Schedule:** Full-time **Shift:** 1st (Day) Shift **Job Number:** 1820661 We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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**Cosmetic Beauty Sales - Clinique - Greenwood Park Mall - Greenwood, IN** **Brand:** Clinique **Description** Position Summary: As one of our highly skilled make-up artists you will combine your creative and technical expertise and passion for people to provide a welcoming, inspirational and personalized in-store experience which educates and delights our customers. You will also like working as part of a high performing team to create impact with in-store events and to ensure that the store always achieves our high standards of visual merchandising to stand out against our competitors. If you are a dynamic self-starter looking for a progressive career opportunity then this could be the perfect role for you and the first step of your career with a leader in prestige beauty. While certification in make -up artistry and/or previous retail make up experience is desirable we also welcome applicants with amateur level experience. As a leader in prestige beauty with a culture that values diversity of thought and people, we offer excellent training and development and a competitive remuneration and benefits package. Please note in some of these roles you may be hired by the Department Store and not the Estee Lauder Companies. The Department Store will make all final hiring decisions. **Qualifications** + While a qualification in make-up artistry/previous retail make up experience is preferred, we welcome applicants with amateur level experience who are able to demonstrate a high level of creative and technical expertise + All applicants must be able to demonstrate the ability to provide inspirational, authentic and personalized customer service + Ability to work retail hours including days, nights, weekends and special events in a fast-paced work environment + Previous experience with retail point-of-sale software + Applicants must be able to provide proof of right to live and work in the country if invited to attend for interview **Job:** Retail - Store **Primary Location:** Americas-US-INA-Indianapolis **Job Type:** Standard **Schedule:** Full-time **Shift:** 1st (Day) Shift **Job Number:** 1820664 We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
          Alonso: "Con Chevrolet estaremos en disposición de competir por ganar"      Cache   Translate Page      
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Tras varios meses de rumores y algunas pistas en las últimas semanas, finalmente se ha confirmado la asociación entre McLaren, Fernando Alonso y Chevrolet para disputar la próxima edición de las 500 Millas de Indianápolis.

El piloto español intentará conseguir la victoria de la mano del motorista estadounidense, que se impuso en la última edición de la Indy 500 junto a Will Power y Penske. Fernando Alonso cuenta con dos victorias en el Gran Premio de Mónaco (2005 y 2006), además de una en las 24 Horas de Le Mans de este año, por lo que un triunfo en el mítico óvalo estadounidense le colocaría como único piloto de la historia en conseguir la Triple Corona, junto a Graham Hill.

“Será un privilegio llevar la marca del Bowtie (la pajarita que sirve de emblema para Chevrolet) en la Indy 500 de 2019”, dijo Fernando Alonso al confirmarse la noticia. “Tener un motor Chevrolet detrás de mí significa que nos colocaremos a nosotros mismos en la mejor posición posible para competir en la cabeza”.

Tuve un primer contacto con la potencia de un Chevrolet la semana pasada en el NASCAR de Jimmie Johnson, ¡y me gustó! La oportunidad de participar en cualquier Indy 500 es un honor, por lo que estoy muy orgulloso de tener a Chevrolet como parte del equipo, apuntó el español.

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Mclaren y Chevrolet ya acordaron un intercambio de coches recientemente, en este caso con un NASCAR y un F1 de 2013.

Por su parte, Jim Campbell, vicepresidente de la división de competición de Chevrolet, se mostró entusiasmado por formar parte del intento de Fernando Alonso de certificar la Triple Corona. Es emocionante asociarse con Fernando Alonso y McLaren para la edición 2019 de las 500 Millas de Indianápolis. Fernando tiene un talento increíble y pasión por el deporte y por ganar las mejores carreras del mundo. Cuando está en la pista es eléctrico, genera emoción entre los aficionados”, aseguró.

Chevrolet y McLaren cuentan con una historia común que se remonta a mediados de los años 60, por lo que será especial disputar junto a ellos la edición 2019 de las 500 Millas de Indianápolis”, aseguró Campbell, pues no en vano ambas marcas conformaron una exitosa asociación en la Can-Am de aquella época.

Chevrolet y McLaren cuentan con una historia común que se remonta a mediados de los años 60

Zak Brown, director ejecutivo de McLaren Racing, afirmó que “McLaren y Chevrolet han compartido pedigree en las competiciones norteamericanas y la oportunidad de reunir de nuevo a las dos marcas para este evento especial era demasiado buena como para dejarla pasar. Como McLaren, Chevrolet lleva la competición en su corazón. La reputación de la compañía en la IndyCar y en esta especial carrera es de primera clase y será un socio muy potente”, aseguró el estadounidense.

Fernando Alonso ya probó un Chevrolet de la NASCAR recientemente y confirmó su participación en las 24 Horas de Daytona de 2019 con otra marca de General Motors: Cadillac.

Finalmente, Bob Fernley, director de la división de IndyCar de McLaren, comentó que dicha "asociación con Chevrolet es una pieza clave de nuestro plan para la Indy 500 de 2019. Como el motor ganador, el Chevrolet nos coloca en una posición sólida para enfrentarnos a este evento increíblemente desafiante. Rápidamente hemos establecido una sólida relación de trabajo con el equipo de Chevrolet, que son profesionales absolutos, están comprometidos con el desafío y son unos verdaderos competidores", concluyó.

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La noticia Indy 500 - Alonso: "Con Chevrolet estaremos en disposición de competir por ganar" fue publicada originalmente en @motorpuntoes por David Plaza.


          Alonso, Chevrolet y McLaren confirman su asociación para la Indy 500 de 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
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Fernando Alonso volverá al mítico óvalo estadounidense en mayo de 2019 tras una primera experiencia muy positiva en 2017, pero que terminó de forma prematura tras romperse su motor Honda a 21 vueltas del final de la prueba y tras haber sido líder en 27 de las 179 completadas hasta ese momento.

McLaren contó en aquella ocasión con una unidad preparada por Andretti Autosport y equipada con el motor japonés, pero en esta ocasión la firma británica espera contar con un equipo técnico propio y propulsor Chevrolet, aunque volverá a disponer del asesoramiento técnico de Andretti.

La vinculación de Fernando Alonso a General Motors llega tras probar el Chevrolet con el que Jimmie Johnson compite en la NASCAR estadounidense y confirmar que disputará las 24 Horas de Daytona con el equipo Wayne Taylor Racing y su Cadillac DPi, ambas marcas pertenecientes al gigante americano de la automoción.

La última edición de las 500 Millas de Indianápolis disputada este mismo año fue ganada por Will Power en un Penske propulsado por Chevrolet y en esta ocasión Alonso evitará cualquier conflicto de intereses con Toyota, firma rival de Honda con la que compite en el WEC.

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La noticia Alonso, Chevrolet y McLaren confirman su asociación para la Indy 500 de 2019 fue publicada originalmente en @motorpuntoes por David Plaza.


          AT&T will launch a 5G Samsung smartphone in the first half of 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
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Verizon isn't the only carrier that'll have a 5G smartphone from Samsung in 2019.

AT&T today confirmed that it will launch a 5G Samsung smartphone in spring of 2019. No other details, like specs or pricing, have been announced, but AT&T says that it'll share more information in the coming months.

AT&T has installed mobile 5G network equipment in 12 markets across the U.S. where it plans to launch its service in 2018. The cities where AT&T mobile 5G will go live this year include Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Louisville, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Raleigh, San Antonio, and Waco. Coverage will expand to parts of Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose in the first half of 2019.

Rumors have suggested that Samsung is prepping a 5G version of the Galaxy S10, and it's possible that that's the device that could launch at AT&T and Verizon. Not only do Samsung's Galaxy S flagships already launch on multiple carriers, but a special Galaxy S10 with 5G connectivity and high-end specs could help convince more consumers to make the jump to 5G.


          2018 Fantasy Football Quarterback Rankings – Week 14      Cache   Translate Page      
. Here are the 2018 Lester’s Legends Week 14 quarterback rankings. . 1. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints 2. Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers 3. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs 4. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers 5. Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers 6. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers 7. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons 8. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis […]
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          IT Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
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IN-Indianapolis, Job Summary: Provides product and technical support for Online Services products. Serves Online Services contact for up to 100-200 clients in order to facilitate client use of Online Services. Maintains knowledge of all features of Online Services applications in order to customize setup for each client teach clients to use the applications drive further client utilization and diagnose and resolve
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          NBA: Rekordných dvadsať trojok v podaní Utahu a víťazstvo nad San Antoniom      Cache   Translate Page      

Indianapolis 5. decembra 2018 (SITA/AP/HSP/Foto:TASR/AP-Ron Jenkins)   Basketbalisti Utahu utvorili 20 trojkami nový klubový rekord v zámorskej NBA a aj vďaka nim zdolali doma San Antonio 139:105. Jazz padlo do koša Spurs 20 z 33 trojkových pokusov, štyri premenil mladík Donovan Mitchell, po tri strelili starí harcovníci Joe Ingles a staronová posila Kyle Korver Tridsaťsedemročný […]

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Järgmisel aastal Indianapolise 500 miili sõidus teist korda osalev Fernando Alonso kasutab seekord  Chevrolet mootorit.

2017. aastal kuulsal võistlusel debüteerinud Alonso sõitis tookord Honda mootoriga varustatud autol, aga nüüd on hispaanlane alustanud tihedamat koostööd General Motorsiga ja osaleb näiteks Daytona 24-tunni sportautode sõidus Cadillaci autol. Kui 2017. ...

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          Indiana Parks Alliance backs federal measure to support conservation efforts      Cache   Translate Page      
Indianapolis, In. — Recognizing the wisdom of using existing funds for the monitoring and conservation of species at risk in Indiana, the Indiana Parks Alliance enthusiastically supports H.R.4647, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act. IPA support for the Recovering American’s Wildlife [...]
          The Dunham House: President Barack Obama’s Ancestral Connection to The Hoosier State      Cache   Translate Page      

Whether you’re a history buff, or just an avid fan of Hoosier heritage, the Dunham House an hour north of Indianapolis is worth the trip. Home to early Hoosier farmers and politicians, the House has a special connection to the... Read more

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          McLaren: Alonso aux 500 Miles d'Indianapolis avec un moteur Chevrolet      Cache   Translate Page      
Le programme de Fernando Alonso n'est pas encore complet pour la saison à venir. Le pilote espagnol, en plus de l'Endurance avec Toyota, va néanmoins participer à nouveau aux 500 Miles d'Indianapolis. Ce sera toujours avec McLaren Racing mais cette fois, il ne sera pas motorisé par Honda mais par Chevrolet. Les relations entre l'écurie britannique et le motoriste japonais restent fraîches depuis leur "divorce" en F1. 
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          Crowds honor Bush for long service, from war to White House      Cache   Translate Page      

WASHINGTON – Soldiers, citizens in wheelchairs and long lines of others on foot wound through the hushed Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday to view George H.W. Bush’s casket and remember a president whose legacy included World War military service and a landmark law affirming the rights of the disabled. Bob Dole, a compatriot in war, peace and political struggle, steadied himself out of his wheelchair and saluted his old friend and one-time rival.

As at notable moments in his life, Bush brought together Republicans and Democrats in his death, and not only the VIPs.

Members of the public who never voted for the man waited in the same long lines as the rest, attesting that Bush possessed the dignity and grace that deserved to be remembered by their presence on a cold overcast day in the capital.

“I’m just here to pay my respects,” said Jane Hernandez, a retired physician in the heavily Democratic city and suburbs. “I wasn’t the biggest fan of his presidency, but all in all he was a good sincere guy doing a really hard job as best he could.”

Bush’s service dog, Sully, was brought to the viewing, too – his main service these past months since Barbara Bush’s death in April being to rest his head on her husband’s lap. Service dogs are trained to do that.

The CIA also honored Bush, the only spy chief to become president, as three agency directors past and present joined the public in the viewing.

In the midst of the period of mourning, first lady Melania Trump gave Laura Bush, one of her predecessors, a tour of holiday decorations at the White House, a “sweet visit during this somber week,” as Mrs. Bush’s Instagram account put it. And the Trumps visited members of the Bush family at the Blair House presidential guesthouse, where they are staying. Former President George W. Bush and his wife greeted the Trumps outside before everyone went in for the private, 20-minute visit.

The Bushes later made a surprise visit to the Capitol Rotunda, shaking hands with visitors and tourists lined up to honor the family patriarch.

George W. and Laura Bush entered first, and the former president put his hand on the flag-draped casket holding the remains of his father. Their twin daughters, Jenna and Barbara, followed. Jeb Bush and his wife joined along with about a dozen other members of the Bush family. They mingled for about 10 minutes, at one point George W. Bush held up a baby.

Although President Donald Trump will attend Bush’s national funeral service Wednesday, he is not among the eulogists announced by the Bush family, a list that includes George W. Bush. The others are Alan Simpson, the former senator and acerbic wit from Wyoming; Brian Mulroney, the former Canadian prime minister who also gave a eulogy for Ronald Reagan; and presidential historian Jon Meacham.

People lined up before dawn to pay respects to the 41st president, a son and father of privilege now celebrated by everyday citizens for his common courtesies and depth of experience.

“He was so qualified, and I think he was just a decent man,” said Sharon Terry, touring Washington with friends from an Indianapolis garden club. Said her friend Sue Miller, also in line for the viewing: “I actually think I underestimated him when he was in office. My opinion of him went up seeing how he conducted himself as a statesman afterward.”

Fred Curry, one of the few African-Americans in line, is a registered Democrat from Hyattsville, Maryland, who voted for Bush in 1988, the election won by the one-term president. “Honestly I just liked him,” he said. “He seemed like a sincere and decent man and you couldn’t argue with his qualifications.”

Inside the Capitol, Sully, the 2-year-old Labrador retriever assigned to Bush, sat by the casket in the company of people who came to commemorate Bush’s signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the 1990 law that, among its many provisions, required businesses that prohibit pets to give access to service dogs.

“After Mrs. Bush’s death, general companionship was a big part of Sully’s job,” John Miller, president and CEO of America’s VetDogs, said in a phone interview. “One of the things that I think was important to the president was the rest command, where Sully would rest his head on the president’s lap.”

The law was just one point of intersection for Bush and Dole, now 95, who was one of its leading advocates in the Senate.

They were fellow World War II veterans, Republican Party leaders, fierce rivals for the 1988 Republican presidential nomination won by Bush (“Stop lying about my record,” Dole snapped at Bush) and skilled negotiators. Dole, an Army veteran hit by German machine gunfire in Italy, has gone through life with a disabled right arm. Bush, a Navy pilot, survived a bail-out from his stricken aircraft over the Pacific and an earlier crash landing.

On Tuesday Dole was helped out of his wheelchair by an aide, slowly steadied himself and saluted Bush with his left hand, his chin quivering.

Dignitaries had come forward on Monday, too, to honor the Texan whose service to his country extended three quarters of a century, from World War II through his final years as an advocate for volunteerism and relief for people displaced by natural disaster. Bush, 94, died Friday.

Trump’s relationship with the Bush family has been tense. The current president has mocked the elder Bush for his “thousand points of light” call to volunteerism, challenged his son’s legacy as president and trounced “low-energy” Jeb Bush in the Republican presidential primaries en route to office. The late President Bush called Trump a “blowhard.”

Those insults have been set aside, but the list of funeral service speakers marked the first time since Lyndon Johnson’s death in 1973 that a sitting president was not tapped to eulogize a late president. (Bill Clinton did so for Richard Nixon, and George W. Bush eulogized Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford.)

In an invocation opening Monday evening’s ceremony, the U.S. House chaplain, the Rev. Patrick J Conroy, praised Bush’s commitment to public service, from Navy pilot to congressman, U.N. ambassador, envoy to China and then CIA director before being elected vice president and then president.

“Here lies a great man,” said Rep. Paul Ryan, the House speaker, and “a gentle soul. … His legacy is grace perfected.”

After services in Washington, Bush’s remains will be returned to Houston to lie in repose at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church before burial Thursday at his family plot on the presidential library grounds at Texas A&M University in College Station. His final resting place will be alongside Barbara Bush, his wife of 73 years who died in April, and Robin Bush, the daughter they lost to leukemia in 1953 at age 3.

Trump has ordered the federal government closed Wednesday for a national day of mourning. Flags on public buildings are flying at half-staff for 30 days.

Bush’s death reduces membership in the ex-presidents’ club to four: Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.


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Fernando Alonso will be powered by Chevrolet for his second attempt to win the Indianapolis 500.
          A Timeline of Events Leading To Urban Meyer's Decision to Retire As Ohio State Head Coach      Cache   Translate Page      

Urban Meyer’s decision to retire from Ohio State shocked many people, but it was a long time coming.

He had conversations about the longevity of his coaching career at Ohio State as early as 2014. Here's the full timeline of what happened in the past few years that led to Urban Meyer's decision to retire on Tuesday and Ryan Day stepping in as head coach.


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    Urban Meyer has surgery

    Urban Meyer had an operation to remove a “small fluid collection related to a congenital arachnoid cyst” during the offseason. At the time, the operation was deemed by Ohio State as a “short medical procedure.” During his press conference on Tuesday, Meyer said he has been dealing with constant headaches, which “came to a head” in 2014 and led to him getting surgery. 

    “First with the doctors,” Meyer said on Tuesday, describing his thoughts in 2014. “What is this? What are we dealing with? What's the long-range? What's this and what's that? And we came through it pretty good.”

  • 2014
     

    Urban Meyer has first conversations about longevity

    Meyer didn't specify at what point during the year or whether it was before or after his surgery, but Meyer said he had conversations in 2014 about his health and how it would affect his future.

    “Also had conversations, to be honest with you, in '14 when we went through the whole scenario,” Meyer said on Tuesday.

  •  
     

    2015

  • 2015-16
     

    Urban Meyer's headaches improve, then worsen

    Following the surgery, Meyer's health improved. His headaches did not affect him nearly as much as they did before the operation. However, as time passed, Meyer could not maintain his prior level of health, which continued to decline.

    “2015 it was relatively good,” Meyer said on Tuesday. “(2016), OK.”

  •  
     

    2017

  • FALL OF 2017
     

    Urban Meyer's headaches become a problem again

    Though the surgery in 2014 helped subdue Urban Meyer's headaches, they began to return to their prior form during the 2017 season. The headaches once again negatively affected him.

    “It recurred last year,” Meyer said. “I started dealing with some issues last year.”

    He called the 2017 season "the tough one" on Tuesday since his headaches had returned.

  • OCT. 28, 2017
     

    Headaches "hit real hard"

    Fans rushed the field, Urban Meyer referenced J.T. Barrett as a possible Heisman contender and the Buckeyes capped off a 39-38 comeback win against Penn State, but Meyer did not feel right. The headaches had returned in a big way. Meyer couldn't shake them off. He knew his health was at stake.

    “It hit real hard,” Meyer said. “And we have a great medical team that was over the top trying to help me through it. I was on medicine and all that. But we had conversations back then about longevity and the seriousness of it. Because, as they said, it's not your elbow or your foot. We're talking about something else.”

  • DEC. 20, 2017
     

    Urban Meyer says Ryan Day turned down head coach opportunity

    Ryan Day had the opportunity to leave Ohio State to become a head coach after just one year. Last December, Urban Meyer said Day turned down a job offer, which was reportedly from Mississippi State.

    “Coach Day had the opportunity to potentially be a head coach in the SEC and decided to stay at Ohio State,” Meyer said on Dec. 20, 2017.

  • DEC. 20, 2017
     

    Jackson Carman says Dabo Swinney told him Urban Meyer was on the back end of his career

    Jackson Carman, an in-state recruiting in the 2018 recruiting cycle, spurred Ohio State in favor of Clemson. Following his commitment on the first day of the early signing period, Carman told The Athletic's Ari Wasserman that Clemson coach Dabo Swinney told him Urban Meyer was on the back end of his career.

    “It wasn’t a major factor, but it was an underlying one,” Carman told Wasserman.

  •  
     

    2018

  • JAN. 23, 2018
     

    Ryan Day promoted to offensive coordinator

    After working as Ohio State's co-offensive coordinator for one season, Ryan Day earned a promotion to offensive coordinator

    “Ryan is clearly a very talented coach who has been an outstanding addition to our program,” Urban Meyer said in January. "He has been approached by other schools numerous times this offseason for coordinator and head coach opportunities, and by the National Football League for a coordinator opportunity. I am pleased that he has elected to continue to work on this staff and to lead, mentor and coach the terrific young men we have in this program.”

  • FEB. 7, 2018
     

    Urban Meyer says he expects to sign an extension

    During his National Signing Day press conference, Urban Meyer said Gene Smith and the athletic department had extended a contract extension to him. Smith said the extension was offered to maximize Ohio State's recruiting efforts since prospects wanted a commitment from Meyer longer than the three years remaining on his contract.

  • FEB. 17, 2018
     

    Ryan Day becomes a $1 million coach

    Ryan Day, along with Greg Schiano, became the first Ohio State assistant coach with a salary above $1 million. He earned a $600,000 raise from $400,000 to $1 million, which made him the second-highest paid assistant coach on the staff.

  • APRIL 5, 2018
     

    Board Of Trustees approves Urban Meyer's contract extension

    During a Board of Trustees meeting, Urban Meyer's contract extension was approved. He was given a $1.2 million raise, which made him the highest-paid coach in the Big Ten. The two-year extension ran through the 2022 season.

  • SUMMER OF 2018
     

    Gene Smith gets to know Ryan Day

    Though Ryan Day had already been on Ohio State's coaching staff for a year, Gene Smith used this summer to get to know him. Smith said he met with Day in his office for "a great deal of time.”

    “We recognized the talent that Ryan Day had early,” Smith said on Tuesday. "And I spent a great deal of time getting to know him. Did that this summer. We actually met in my office in the summertime. Spent some quality time getting to know one another. And then obviously throughout the year.”

  • AUG. 1, 2018
     

    Urban Meyer placed on administrative leave, Ryan Day named interim head coach

    Following the domestic violence allegations about Zach Smith, Urban Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave. Gene Smith was also placed on paid administrative leave.

    “Gene (Smith, Ohio State athletic director) and I agree that being on leave during this inquiry will facilitate its completion,” Meyer said in a statement on Aug. 1. “This allows the team to conduct training camp with minimal distraction. I eagerly look forward to the resolution of this matter.”

    Ryan Day was named interim head coach the same day Meyer was placed on administrative leave. 

  • AUG. 22, 2018
     

    Urban Meyer suspended three games

    Ohio State opted to suspend Urban Meyer for three games, rather than terminate his contract, following an investigation into how he and the athletic department handled the Zach Smith allegations. Gene Smith was also suspended for a little more than two weeks.

    “Although neither Urban Meyer nor Gene Smith condoned or covered up the alleged domestic abuse by Zach Smith, they failed to take sufficient management action relating to Zach Smith’s misconduct and retained an Assistant Coach who was not performing as an appropriate role model for OSU student-athletes,” Ohio State said in a statement on Aug. 22. “Permitting such misconduct to continue is not consistent with the values of the University and reflects poorly on Coach Meyer, Athletic Director Smith, and the University.”

    Though Meyer said his health was the main factor that led to him announcing his retirement, he said the Zach Smith situation and the suspension had "an impact" on him opting to step aside.

    “That was a very difficult time, very difficult time,” Meyer said on Tuesday. “But this has been – I've had to deal with the headaches for many years and it came to a head in 2014 and again last year and this year as well. As difficult a time as that was, that didn't have an impact as much on the headaches. But it did have an impact.”

  • OCT. 6, 2018
     

    Urban Meyer falls to the ground due to a headache

    During the fourth quarter of Ohio State's 49-26 win against Indiana, Urban Meyer fell to the ground. Bruce Feldman, the sideline reporter working the game, originally reported he collided with a staffer. But after the game, Meyer said he dropped to one knee due to a headache. After the game, though, he downplayed the event.

    “I’ve dealt with headaches in the past, just dealing with a headache,” Meyer said on Oct. 6.

  • OCT. 30, 2018
     

    Urban Meyer says he plans to coach as long as possible

    After speculation remained constant about his health, Urban Meyer welcomed four reporters into his office to discuss how the headaches have impacted his job and his status moving forward.

    “I am fully committed to Ohio State and the football program for as long I can,” Meyer told the Columbus Dispatch.

    Gene Smith also told the Columbus Dispatch he did not see a change coming.

  • A COUPLE WEEKS AGO
     

    Gene Smith feels comfortable with Ryan Day as head coach

    Though he didn't say it publicly at the time, Gene Smith said on Tuesday that he began to feel comfortable with the idea of Ryan Day possibly succeeding Urban Meyer at some point as head coach a "couple weeks ago.”

    “The story is for the last month Urban and I, every Sunday, just like I normally do after a football game – and every year I do this and all season long – we began to talk about potential transition,” Smith said. “And you can talk about why. But we had deep conversations about that. So while we were having those conversations, I was looking at candidates across the country and trying to decide if I was going to go national search. And as I thought about those potential candidates, and some of them very good and some of them I know, I felt more comfortable coming back to Ryan Day. Our program does not need disruption. It does not need to blow up and have people come in and try and adapt to our standards of operation and try and change the infrastructure that we've put in place for the student-athlete. So we had a talented and gifted guy that many others wanted to interview him and potentially hire. So a few weeks ago I kind of felt, OK, I needed to kind of lock in here as we had our conversations.”

  • WITHIN THE PAST TWO WEEKS
     

    The idea of retiring crosses Urban Meyer's mind

    Urban Meyer doesn't remember exactly when it happened, but at some point in the past couple weeks, he started to think about a potential retirement. 

    “Walking off the stadium against our rival in that last game, things started to cross my mind,” Meyer said. “Going into Indianapolis, started to cross my mind. I wanted to go longer. The thing that really started to make things, when recruits started asking me, will you be here for four or five years. Recruits I'm very close with. And this early signing date has put pressure all over this world – the college football world.”

    Recruiting played a large role in his decision to step away when he did. 

    “If you sign a scholarship and the coach decides to leave after that they're free to go,” Meyer said. “So this was – and people will say, why would you let recruiting get in the way. That's a silly question. That's the blood – you want to have a good team you recruit. And you recruit very hard. So that put a little push on it. And to be honest, I didn't want to mislead recruits. Gene and I both felt – not felt, we knew – and that's what made it now, the decision now.”

  • DEC. 2, 2018
     

    Gene Smith needs Urban Meyer to make a decision

    One day after Ohio State beat Northwestern to win the Big Ten championship, Urban Meyer had a decision to make. Gene Smith needed to know about his status moving forward.

    “I knew that ultimately Urban had to make a decision this past Sunday or yesterday, and I was going to have to move one way or the other,” Gene Smith said.

  • DEC. 3, 2018
     

    Urban Meyer makes the decision to retire

    Gene Smith hoped Urban Meyer would make his decision on Sunday, but he needed some extra time. The next day, though, Meyer came to Smith with his answer.

    “I heard the news yesterday,” Smith said on Tuesday. “We chatted a little bit. So we knew that it was probably imminent. And I walked into his office this morning and he was sitting at his desk. And I stood before him and we looked at each other in the eye and I said it in a different way than I'm going to say it right now. I said, if you want to stop this thing, I'll pull the plug right now. I articulated it a little differently. But at that moment – actually, yesterday I knew. We've had conversations for a long time. But yesterday, when I really knew he was there. And so, he needed the extra time, but I knew he was there.”

    Urban Meyer added: “I met with Gene and I knew that this isn't something I'm going to do for the next 15 years, 10 years. I knew after the experiences I had on the sideline again and in 2014, just dealing with the headaches, that I wanted to do Ohio State right and Gene Smith right.”

    Meyer said he sat in his office last night with Terry McLaurin and Parris Campbell for about an hour both about the decision to retire and other topics. He said his interactions with the players are what he'll miss most about coaching.

    Meyer also said he talked to a few recruits on Monday in order to let them know what might be happening.

    “I talked to a couple recruits that I'm very close with and I said this might happen,” Meyer said. I wanted to gauge their reaction. And I can't tell names and all that, but it was over the top because of the respect they have for Ryan and the program and Ohio State.”

  • DEC. 4, 2018
     

    Urban Meyer announces his decision, tells the team

    Tuesday morning, Urban Meyer told Gene Smith for the final time he would retire. Then, he called a meeting with the entire team to tell him of the decision and the plan for Ryan Day to succeed him as head coach.

    “We're not here without the student-athletes,” Meyer said. “I have an incredible – as you witnessed this fall – the leadership on this team. I'm willing to say it's as good as we've ever had.”

    At 7:30 a.m., Ohio State officially announced Urban Meyer's retirement and the promotion of Ryan Day to head coach.

  • THE FUTURE
     

    Ryan Day becomes head coach

    According to his contract, Ryan Day doesn't become Ohio State's head coach until Jan. 2. However, that won't stop him from hitting the recruiting trail.

    “After we get done here, it's going to be a sprint to get out and get in homes and get around some of the families,” Day said. “Obviously a lot of relationships that are already built there. Some other ones, especially on defense, that maybe aren't as strong yet. But the response has been great. The response has been strong. And excited to get on the road.”

    Meyer will remain involved in recruiting during December, but he won't be leading the efforts.

    “Ryan will be the head coach out recruiting. I'll visit with recruits on campus,” Meyer said. “And then I'll have conversations with them if they feel necessary because I'm still really close with that class.”

    Just a few days ago, Day didn't believe he would be anything other than offensive coordinator. That changed quicker than he every could have imagined.

    “The past few weeks we've been knee deep in trying to beat our rival and trying to win the Big Ten championship,” Day said. “There's been no hour of the day that I've been focused on anything other than that. So the last 48 hours happened really, really fast. And it was one of those things where Gene and I had a few really general conversations but nothing specific at all. So when it all happened, it all happened really, really fast.”


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As rumors began to bubble to the surface that this season could be Urban Meyer’s final season as Ohio State’s head football coach, it was reasonable to think that such a departure would be a direct result of what happened this summer, when Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave and ultimately suspended three games following an investigation into how he handled domestic violence allegations and other misconduct against former assistant coach Zach Smith.

While that played a part in the decision Meyer made this week, however, he said Tuesday that he has actually been contemplating retirement for more than a year.

"I've had to deal with the headaches for many years and it came to a head in 2014 and then again last year and this year as well," Meyer said. "So as difficult a time as that was, that didn't have an impact as much on the headaches."

Thoughts of retirement started to come into his head after last year’s 39-38 win over Penn State, during which Meyer was “hit real hard” with a flare-up of the headaches that had previously affected him in 2014 before he had surgery, and have continued to affect him ever since, due to an enlarged arachnoid cyst in his brain.

“In 2014, I had that surgery. And it recurred last year, I started dealing with some issues last year,” Meyer said on Tuesday. “But we had conversations back then about longevity and the seriousness of it.”

Meyer said he actually “went through the whole scenario” of potentially retiring in 2014 – the year Ohio State won the national championship under his leadership – but felt better in 2015 and 2016 after undergoing the surgery. 2017, however, “was a tough one,” and his health continued to be an issue this year.

That, most prominently among other reasons, was why he officially decided that it was time to step away from being Ohio State’s coach on Tuesday, announcing his retirement in a press conference at the Fawcett Center.

“The decision was a result of cumulative events. And health number one,” Meyer said. “The fact that we have an elite coach on our staff, the fact that our program is very healthy, we've recruited very well, all played a significant role in this. And I can't say ‘This is the reason, this is the reason.’ But there's cumulative reasons that we're at this point.”

While Meyer was told that he needed to make a decision about his future on Sunday, and Meyer did not officially make up his mind until early Tuesday morning, Tuesday’s decision didn’t come as a shock to athletic director Gene Smith or new head coach Ryan Day.

Smith said he and Meyer, who talk with each other every Sunday during the football season, had been talking about the potential for his departure over the past month. And within those discussions, Smith came to the conclusion that if Meyer opted to retire, Day – who serves as the Buckeyes’ acting head coach for the three games that Meyer was suspended – would be his choice to take over the program.

“We had deep conversations about that,” Smith said Tuesday. “So a few weeks ago I kind of felt, okay, I needed to kind of lock in here as we had our conversations. But I knew that ultimately Urban had to make a decision this past Sunday or yesterday, and I was going to have to move one way or the other.”

Meyer said that the presence of Day on his staff – who he considers to be an “elite coach and person,” and who was receiving interest for other head coaching jobs – made his decision to step down easier.

“I think in trying to build the most comprehensive premier program in America, you also want to hand it off to someone at some point, so it can even get stronger,” Meyer said. “And my witnessing of the work Ryan has done, made this decision not as difficult as I thought, because I know the infrastructure, like Gene talked about, is going to be secure with (director of sports performance Mickey) Marotti and the rest of the staff. I think it's very healthy.”

Meyer said he started to think it might be the right time to retire two Saturdays ago after improving to 7-0 against Ohio State’s archrival with a 62-39 win over Michigan, which he described as “one of the greatest moments in our life” for he and his wife Shelley. He had even more thoughts this past weekend in Indianapolis. But what really pushed him to decide that it was time to hand the reins over to Day was when recruits started asking whether he would be around for the next four to five years.

“I didn't want to mislead recruits,” Meyer said. “Gene and I both felt we had the right guy (Day) – not felt, we knew – and that's what made it now, the decision now.”

Asked whether he would have thought going into this season that it would be his last season coaching the Buckeyes, Meyer said no. But he said he did know that the end was coming sooner than later.

“There was conversation before this year,” Meyer said. “I met with Gene, and I knew that this isn't something I'm going to do for the next 15 years, 10 years. I knew after the experiences I had on the sideline again and in 2014, just dealing with the headaches, that I wanted to do Ohio State right and Gene Smith right. So I would have probably thought not this year, but it was within the next few.”

“Gene and I both felt we had the right guy – not felt, we knew – and that's what made it now, the decision now.”– Urban Meyer on retiring and Ryan Day becoming Ohio State's next coach

Both Meyer and Smith said Tuesday that they hope for Meyer to continue to be involved with Ohio State and the football program in a non-coaching capacity, though they did not specify what that capacity could be.

“God has a plan,” Meyer said. “I'm not quite sure what it is. Gene and I are extremely close, and we discussed that. And I hope to stay involved.

“My relationship with Gene Smith is as real as it can get. And I hope to somehow have an impact on our student-athletes and be involved in this athletic department and this great university.”

Day made it clear that whether that capacity might be, he will welcome Meyer to be involved in what will now become Day’s program as much as he wants to be.

“Coach Meyer is always going to be a resource for me personally because how many people can say they've walked in these shoes. He's always going to be a resource that way,” Day said. “And then depending on how much he wants to be involved, the door's always going to be open there.”

Of course, speculation will linger for at least the next couple years about whether Meyer could return to coaching elsewhere, considering that he previously said he was retiring when he left Florida in 2010, only to take the head coaching job at Ohio State just a year later. Meyer said Tuesday, though, that is not the cards as of now.

“I believe I will not coach again,” Meyer said, adding that he was “certain” when asked whether he was “fairly certain” he would not coach again.

Meyer said he tried to change the way he coached in order to preserve his health and extend his career. Ultimately, however, Meyer realized he couldn’t coach in a way different than he always had nor could he continue coach the way he does.

“The style of coaching that I've done for 33 years is a very intense, very demanding ... I've tried to delegate more and CEO-ish more, and the product started to fail,” Meyer said. “I didn't feel like I was doing right by our players and by Gene. And the challenge was can I continue to do that in that style.”


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  • 1878 - RHP Walt “Hickory” Dickson was born in New Summerfield, Texas. Hickory never tossed for the Pirates, but did spend the last two years of his career with the Pittsburgh Rebels of the Federal League between 1914-15. He worked 67 games for the Rebs, going 16-24-1, 3.44 pitching at the ages of 35 & 36. Dickson’s MLB claim to history is rather dubious: in his first full year in the show in 1912, he started 18 straight games that his team, the Boston Braves, lost. It took 95 years for the Brewers’ Dave Capuano to break that mark. But in the minors, he once tossed back-to-back, complete game, five-hit shutouts on the same day at the end of the season for his Cleburne team against second place Fort Worth; it’s said that Fort Worth was so discouraged after the twin bill by their performance against him that they forfeited the championship series against first place Cleburne. His nickname dates back to his youth. He healed quickly from a broken bone and was back to normal in a blink, leading his hoodies to consider him tough as hickory. 
  • 1919 - C James Tillman was born in Washington, DC. Tillman was a veteran of local Negro teams in the DC area when he was called to help fill the Homestead/Washington Grays roster. From 1941 through 1943, Tillman held the thankless job of backing up Josh Gibson. While he didn’t get much work for the Grays, Tillman carried the torch for the old Negro League as a speaker in various school and civic events, keeping the memory of the history and players alive. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 89. 
Harry Simpson's Toonerville Namesake
  • 1925 - 1B/OF Harry “Suitcase” Simpson was born in Atlanta. He closed out his eight-year MLB career with the Pirates in 1959 after the Bucs got him as part of the Ted Kluszewski deal with the White Sox. He got into nine games and hit 4-for-15 (.267) before retiring. Cort Vitty of SABR wrote that he picked up his nickname during his Negro League days. Harry wore a size 13 shoe, and a sportswriter dubbed him “Suitcase” Simpson, based on a character by that name with feet as large as suitcases, in the comic strip “Toonerville Folks.” 
  • 1927 - The Bucs dipped into the Texas League, trading LHP Mike Cvengros and C Ike Danning to Wichita Falls for LHP Fred Fussell. Fussell had a pretty solid campaign in ‘28 (8-9-1/3.61) but gave up 42 runs (38 earned) in 39-2/3 IP the following season, his last in the majors. Cvengros made a comeback in 1929 with the Cubs but other than that season, he spent his remaining years tossing in the American Association and Texas League, working through 1937. Danning got into two games with the St. Louis Browns in ‘29; he was destined to be a career minor leaguer. 
  • 1937 - The winter meetings kicked off with a bidding war for Brooklyn Dodger fireballer (his 238 K led the lead in 1936) Van Lingle Mungo. Several teams were in hot pursuit as the Brooklyn Dodgers were rumored to want to dump his $15K salary. The Pittsburgh Press said that da Bums wanted an outfielder, infielder and pitcher, and the Bucs had reportedly dangled OFs Paul Waner/Woody Jensen, P’s Red Lucas/Bill Swift/Big Jim Weaver and IF Pep Young as bait. Nothing came of it; the Dodgers swallowed hard and ponied up Van Mungo’s paycheck. Good thing for the Pirates, too - Big Poison, even at age 35, still had three good campaigns left, the other guys also stayed on the team and went on to have solid years while Van Mungo, who had won 18 games in 1936, would only win 18 more matches total in the next five years after injuring his arm during the 1937 campaign. 
  • 1939 - Frank “Lefty” Killen died in Pittsburgh at the age of 69 of a heart attack. Killen was a life-long yinzer who spent the middle six years (1893-98) of his 10-season big league stay with the Pirates. He led the league in wins twice with 36 in 1893 as a 22-year-old and 30 in 1896, with a 112-82/3.97 overall slash as a Bucco. During his career, he also tossed for the Milwaukee Brewers (1891), Washington Senators (1892), Boston Beaneaters (1899) and Chicago Orphans (1900). Killen won 20 or more games five times and ended his career with a line of 164-131/3.78 with 253 complete games and 13 shutouts. Lefty lived on Federal Street and operated a North Side hotel/cigar store from a building he owned after he retired. He’s buried in Allegheny County Memorial Park in Allison Park. 
Monty Basgall 1952 Topps
  • 1947 - Busy day for the Buccos. They sold 11-year vet 1B Elbie Fletcher to the Cleveland Indians (he had one more MLB season left), traded minor league IFs Jimmy Bloodworth and Vic Barnhart to the Dodgers for 2B Monty Basgall (Bloodworth played four more seasons and Barnhart, whose dad Clyde was also a Pirate, never made it back to MLB while Basgall played three years for the Bucs hitting .215) and named Al Lopez manager of the AAA Indianapolis Indians. Lopez had turned down the same deal a year earlier to get in a last go-around as a player (he caught for 19 years). That decision to bypass managing may have cost him a shot at the Bucco field general job when skipper Billy Herman was fired and replaced by Billy Meyers after the campaign. 
  • 1945 - LHP Lou Marone was born in San Diego. Lou, the Bucs’ 30th round pick from the 1965 draft, had a MLB career that consisted of 30 games tossed for the Pirates (29 in 1969 with one last outing in 1970), posting a line a 1-1/2.63 from the pen. His ‘70 season was cut short by an arm injury, and in 1971 and ‘72 he was given a shot to make the club but couldn’t impress. Part of his problem was his conditioning; Lou was 5’10” and weighed in at 225 pounds, leading to the nickname of “Toad.” Family matters: Lou was the cousin of pitcher John D'Acquisto who won the NL Rookie Pitcher of the Year award in 1974 with the Giants.

          BorgWarner Spools up for the Performance Racing Industry Trade Show      Cache   Translate Page      

Designed for ultimate performance, BorgWarner's advanced performance aftermarket turbochargers are trusted by motorsport and performance enthusiasts as well as everyday drivers seeking improved engine output. At this year's Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show in Indianapolis from Dec. 6 to Dec. 8, 2018, the company will showcase its extensive lineup of Engineered For Racing (EFR™) and AirWerks® Series turbochargers, including new, higher-power offerings, at booth number 2341. “A...

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          Texans say season's turning point came in Week 4 against Colts      Cache   Translate Page      
Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Packers for ESPN Milwaukee Marquette University graduate Follow on Twitter HOUSTON -- All the Houston Texans needed was one win. After starting 0-3, it didn't appear that the Texans' losing streak was going to end in Indianapolis. With 27 seconds
          Top DFS Plays Week 14: Deshaun Watson, DeAndre Hopkins A Lethal Combo      Cache   Translate Page      
The Houston Texans are officially the hottest team in football. Owners of a nine-game winning streak, the longest active streak in the league, Houston has the chance to win the AFC South division this weekend when they host the Indianapolis Colts. Whether or not they do so is yet to be determined, but
          Social Security Opens Three New Offices to Crack Down on Disability Fraud      Cache   Translate Page      
Tampa, FL (Law Firm Newswire) December 4, 2018 - The Social Security Administration (SSA) opened three new offices in order to boost its fraud prevention and investigation efforts for the disability benefits program. The offices are called Cooperative Disability Investigations (CDI) Units. They are located in Honolulu, Hawaii; Indianapolis, Indiana; and Albuquerque, New Mexico. The units were established to expand the CDI Program which has 43 offices located in 37 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The nationwide program is the SSA’s leading anti-fraud initiative. “It is reassuring to see that the SSA is proactively taking steps to […]
          Keelan Cole: Cole caught both his targets for 16 yards ...      Cache   Translate Page      
WR Keelan Cole of the Jacksonville Jaguars:
Cole caught both his targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 6-0 win over Indianapolis.
Spin: Cole saw 37 offensive snaps Sunday with D.J. Chark (quad) again sidelined, and managed to log his first yards after being blanked in each of the previous three games. The 25-year-old remains a hail-mary option for fantasy, but could work as the Jaguars' No. 3 receiver again Thursday at Tennessee with Chark missing the first two practices of the week.

          OneCause Research Study Reveals Mindset of Social Donors      Cache   Translate Page      

INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- OneCause, a leader in mobile fundraising, today released findings from its Social Donor Study. The study for the first time explores the unique motivators, giving behaviors, and engagement preferences of Social Donors, those who give through...


          McLaren to use Chevrolet engines for Alonso's Indy 500 bid      Cache   Translate Page      
Fernando Alonso will have a Chevrolet engine in his McLaren when the double Formula One champion attempts to win next year's Indianapolis 500 at the second attempt, the British team announced on Tuesday.
          Intensywny trening siłowy może spowalniać rozwój choroby Parkinsona      Cache   Translate Page      
Około 6 milionów osób na świecie cierpi na chorobę Parkinsona, z czego tylko w samych Stanach Zjednoczonych blisko półtora miliona. Badania amerykańskich specjalistów, w tym lekarzy z Cleveland Clinic, dowodzą, że intensywny trening siłowy ma duży wpływ na układ nerwowy człowieka. A takie ćwiczenia mogą nawet spowalniać rozwój choroby. Działająca w Indianapolis w stanie Indiana Rock Steady […]
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          Regulatory Action Center Review - December 5, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

1) Video of the Week: This video details 25 government regulations that wildly overstep the bounds of proper, constitutional governance.

2) Monopoly Isn’t Always What We Think: “Indeed, crony capitalism is a problem in today’s economy. It is possible that the Left and Right could make common cause on this issue. But not by treating market concentration as the proxy for monopoly power. Crony capitalism is by definition politically-connected capital. Without refined measures of identification, renewed antitrust enforcement would likely take disproportionate aim at harmless monopolies, those effectively replicating competitive equilibria, and would overlook markets in which politically well-connected capital exercises real monopoly power.” https://www.lawliberty.org/2018/11/30/monopoly-isnt-always-what-we-think-it-is/

3) After Promising to Fight Foreign Price Controls, New HHS Rule Adopts Them: “Last week, Trump and Health and Human Services Secretary (HHS) Alex Azar announced the proposed creation of an “International Pricing Index.” This index injects foreign price controls into the payment system for Medicare Part B physician administered medicines.” https://www.atr.org/after-promising-fight-foreign-price-controls-new-hhs-rule-adopts-them

4) New Regulations on “Clean Meat” Would Be Detrimental: “I’m writing to encourage Rep. Rob Bishop and the rest of Congress to drop rider SEC 736 from the Farm Bill. This rider would force the USDA to issue new regulations on ‘clean meat’ or ‘cell-based meat,’ even though the USDA and FDA are already working together to oversee the safe production of these foods.” https://www.sltrib.com/opinion/letters/2018/12/03/letter-new-regulations/

5) This Week in Ridiculous Regulations: Ryan Young, with our friends at CEI, outline regulatory data from the past week and highlight some particularly outrageous regulations published recently. https://cei.org/blog/week-ridiculous-regulations-82

6) A Tale of Two 5G Cities - San Jose and Indianapolis: “Indianapolis has cultivated a 5G-friendly culture and will be one of the first major cities to see extensive rollout of the wireless technology of the future. San Jose, on the other hand, saw the equipment needed for 5G as a revenue source and charged such onerous fees that providers have largely ignored the Silicon Valley city.” https://www.realclearpolicy.com/articles/2018/12/04/a_tale_of_two_5g_cities _san_jose_and_indianapolis_110943.html

7) The Fed Seems Determined to Snuff Out Economic Progress: “President Trump's pro-growth tax and regulatory policies are creating the textbook-theory-expected faster economic growth along with the benefits that go with that faster growth. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve policy appears to be focused on preventing these positive economic effects from continuing through 2019.” https://www.realclearpolicy.com/2018/10/23/the_fed_seems_determined_to_snuff _out_economic_progress_39877.html


          Russian Circles & Gouge Away February U.S. Tour Announced      Cache   Translate Page      
Russian Circles announce a February run of U.S. dates with Gouge Away as support. Below's where that trek will hit: 02/15 Indianapolis, IN – The Hi-Fi 02/16 Louisville, KY – Odeon 02/17 Birmingham, AL – The Saturn 02/19 Baton Rouge, LA – Spanish Moon 02/20 Tampa, FL – The Crowbar 02/21 Miami, FL – Churchill’s 02/22 Orlando, FL – The Ab... Read More/Discuss on Metal Underground.com
          1941 Cadillac Series 62 Deluxe Coupe 1941 Cadillac 62 Deluxe Coupe - Rare Leather! Great Driver!      Cache   Translate Page      
1941 Cadillac Series 62 Deluxe Coupe 1941 Cadillac 62 Deluxe Coupe - Rare Leather! Great Driver!

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          Colts Release QB Phillip Walker From PS, Sign DE Anthony Winbush & OT De’Ondre Wesley      Cache   Translate Page      

The Indianapolis Colts announced that they’ve released QB Phillip Walker from their practice squad and signed DE Anthony Winbush and OT De’Ondre Wesley to the unit. Here’s the Colts updated practice squad: WR Reece Fountain LB Ahmad Thomas WR Krishawn Hogan DB Rolan Milligan OT Tony Garcia WR Steve Ishmael CB Jalen Collins TE Je’Ron Hamm […]

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          Alonso Heading Back To Indianapolis in ’19      Cache   Translate Page      
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By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor RacinToday.com Two-time Formula 1 champion Fernando Alonso will pay a return visit to the Indianapolis 500 next year it was announced on Tuesday. The Spanish driver will drive a Chevrolet Powered car and be sponsored by McLaren, the company for which he has driven in Formula 1. Alonso won F1 championships in 2005 [...]
          Mike Moore is running up the score on our hapless City Hall team.      Cache   Translate Page      
From 2016.

In one week's time, the mayors of Jeffersonville and New Albany each made a marquee announcement. These bookends are tremendously revealing in terms of fundamental political differences in the two communities.

Mayor Mike Moore aimed high with his "Jeffersonville’s Promise," described by the newspaper as "a program that will offer qualified Jeff High students a full-tuition scholarship to attend Ivy Tech in Sellersburg."

Indeed, the devil lurks in dozens of details, and yet Moore's program is revolutionary by Southern Indiana standards. Instead of producing bright, shiny objects for the adoration of a demographic just like his, Moore seeks to use economic development funds for the purpose of developing PEOPLE -- economically.

As Bluegill observed: "Investing TIF dollars in people. What a concept." For the newspaper's positive assessment of Moore's vision, go here: Promise will improve lives and workforce.

Meanwhile, New Albany mayor Jeff Gahan busily touted a redevelopment department expenditure to fund an Indianapolis law firm's (and frequent campaign donor's) participation in another recreational project -- in essence, hundreds of thousands of dollars to build a two-mile path straight out of the city, all the while refusing to discuss the utility of connecting this next greatest panacea to the existing Greenway.

Last week's ON THE AVENUES column has the story: "That's why I voted no," explains Scott Stewart, pausing to duck rocks feebly lobbed by Team Gahan's propaganda pygmies.

As Bluegill again correctly noted:

In which Scott Stewart starts thinking publicly and is immediately singled out and ostracized. For those of you still insisting on silly party-based scorekeeping, that’s two days in a row that a Southern Indiana Republican has made New Albany Mayor Gahan and mostly Democratic minions look like the mouth-breathers they are.

How very true ... and how very, very sad.
          USA Gymnastics files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy      Cache   Translate Page      

USA Gymnastics filed the petition in Indianapolis, where it is based. It faces 100 lawsuits representing 350 athletes in various courts across the country who blame the group for failing to supervise Larry Nassar, a team doctor accused of molesting them.
          Ruoff concert venue offers season pass for lawn seating - Indianapolis Star      Cache   Translate Page      
Ruoff concert venue offers season pass for lawn seating  Indianapolis Star

If you want to be present for every note of music performed next summer at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center, a season pass for lawn seating goes on sale ...


          Oakland Raiders 2018/19 Week 12      Cache   Translate Page      

An dieser Stelle berichte ich über die Spiele meines favorisierten Football-Team, den OAKLAND RAIDERS  sowie alle restlichen Ergebnisse der NFL...



Baltimore Ravens - Oakland Raiders 34:17

Mit dem ersten Drive bei den Baltimore Ravens bewiesen die Oakland Raiders, dass sie gewillt waren, auch schwere Auswärtsspiele zu gewinnen. In über sechs Minuten überquerte Quarterback Derek Carr mit seiner Offense das Feld und Running Back Doug Martin flog über den letzten Yard in die Endzone. Das Heimteam konnte umgehend mit einem Field Goal von Jason Tucker aus 47 Yard kontern und holten im zweiten Quarter nach einem Punt Return Touchdown über 70 Yard von Cyrus Jones die Führung. Diese wurde mit einem Field Goal aus 28 Yard zum 13: 7 ausgebaut. Ihre sich steigernden Spielanteile konnten die Ravens aber nicht wie gewünscht umsetzen, da Safety Reggie Nelson den Ball von Quarterback Lamar Jackson abfing und die Raiders ebenfalls ein Field Goal durch Kicker Daniel Carlson aus 42 Yard erzielten. Baltimore hatte trotzdem nochmals die Möglichkeit auf Punkte, allerdings warf Jackson seine zweite Interception in der Endzone und die Raiders blieben mit dem Pausenstand von 10:13 dran. Viel konzentrierter agierten die Ravens dann im dritten Quarter. Mit dem Ballbesitz marschierte der Angriff über das Feld und Jackson selber lief die letzten fünf Yard in die Endzone. Die Raiders antworteten jedoch direkt mit einem Touchdown, welchen Tight End Jared Cook spektakulär über 16 Yard von Carr fing. Wie zuvor ging Baltimore erneut zeitfressend und effektiv über das Feld. Der Drive endete im vierten Quarter mit einem Pass von Jackson über acht Yard zu dem ehemaligen Raiders Wide Receiver Michael Crabtree, der ungedeckt in die Endzone kam. Oakland gab sich Mühe, den Spielstand von 17:27 nochmals zu verkürzen. Leider kam es sehr unglücklich für die Gäste, als Carr von Linebacker Matthew Judon gesackt wurde, dabei den Ball verlor, den Linebacker Terrell Suggs ungehindert über 43 Yard zum Touchdown trug. Mit 34:17 mussten sich die Raiders den Ravens geschlagen geben... 


Die Defense konnte trotz zwei abgefangenen Bällen die Ravens nicht stoppen...
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Die weiteren Ergebnisse der NFL:
Detroit Lions - Chicago Bears 16:23
Dallas Cowboys - Washington Redskins 23:31
New Orleans Saints - Atlanta Falcons 31:17
Buffalo Bills - Jacksonville Jaguars 24:21
Carolina Panthers - Seattle Seahawks 27:30
Cincinnati Bengals - Cleveland Browns 20:35
New York Jets - New England Patriots 13:27
Philadelphia Eagles - New York Giants 25:22
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - San Francisco 49ers 27: 9
Los Angeles Chargers - Arizona Cardinals 45:10
Indianapolis Colts - Miami Dolphins 27:24
Denver Broncos - Pittsburgh Steelers 24:17
Minnesota Vikings - Green Bay Packers 24:17
Houston Texans - Tennessee Titans 34:17
spielfrei:
Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Rams

AFC EAST:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. New England Patriots  8   3   0
2. Miami Dolphins        5   6   0
3. Buffalo Bills         4   7   0
4. New York Jets         3   8   0  

AFC NORTH:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Pittsburgh Steelers   7   3   1
2. Baltimore Ravens      6   5   0
3. Cincinnati Bengals    5   6   0
4. Cleveland Browns      4   6   1

AFC SOUTH:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Houston Texans        8   3   0
2. Indianapolis Colts    6   5   0
3. Tennessee Titans      5   6   0
4. Jacksonville Jaguars  3   8   0

AFC WEST:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Kansas City Chiefs    9   2   0
2. Los Angeles Chargers  8   3   0
3. Denver Broncos        5   6   0
4. Oakland Raiders       2   9   0


NFC EAST:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Washington Redskins   6   5   0
2. Dallas Cowboys        6   5   0
3. Philadelphia Eagles   5   6   0
4. New York Giants       3   8   0
  
NFC NORTH:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Chicago Bears         8   3   0
2. Minnesota Vikings     6   4   1
3. Green Bay Packers     4   6   1
4. Detroit Lions         4   7   0

NFC SOUTH:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. New Orleans Saints   10   1   0
2. Carolina Panthers     6   5   0
3. Atlanta Falcons       4   7   0
4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers  4   7   0

NFC WEST:
      Team                             Siege Niederl. Unents.
1. Los Angeles Rams     10   1   0
2. Seattle Seahawks      6   5   0
3. Arizona Cardinals     2   9   0
4. San Francisco 49ers   2   9   0

          12/2/2018: METRO: D.C. chief of schools finalists are identified      Cache   Translate Page      
Two finalists to lead the District’s public schools emerged Saturday after a six-month search for a chancellor, according to people with knowledge of the process: Amanda Alexander, the interim D.C. chancellor, and Indianapolis Public Schools...
          12/2/2018: COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Haskins does it all in Buckeyes’ push for playoff      Cache   Translate Page      

indianapolis — Dwayne Haskins added five more touchdown passes to his single-season record Saturday, and No. 6 Ohio State relied on its staunch defense to hold off a second-half charge from No. 21 Northwestern for a 45-24 victory to claim its second...
          How the Larry Nassar scandal has affected others      Cache   Translate Page      

USA Gymnastics' bankruptcy filing on Wednesday in Indianapolis is the latest fallout from the sexual assault investigation of now-imprisoned gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.

Numerous people have been criminally charged, fired or forced out of their jobs during the investigations into the once-renowned gymnastics doctor.

Read more on NewsOK.com


          USA Gymnastics files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy      Cache   Translate Page      

USA Gymnastics is turning to bankruptcy in an effort to ensure its survival.

The embattled organization filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition on Wednesday as it attempts to reach settlements in the dozens of sex-abuse lawsuits it faces and to forestall its potential demise at the hands of the U.S. Olympic Committee.

USA Gymnastics filed the petition in Indianapolis, where it is based.

Read more on NewsOK.com


          INDIANAPOLIS | USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy in effort to reach settlements in sex-abuse lawsuits, delay decertification      Cache   Translate Page      
INDIANAPOLIS | USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy in effort to reach settlements in sex-abuse lawsuits, delay decertification

INDIANAPOLIS — USA Gymnastics files for bankruptcy in effort to reach settlements in sex-abuse lawsuits, delay decertification.

By Associated Press

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          USA Gymnastics files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy      Cache   Translate Page      
USA Gymnastics files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

USA Gymnastics is turning to bankruptcy in an effort to ensure its survival.

The embattled organization filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition on Wednesday as it attempts to reach settlements in the dozens of sex-abuse lawsuits it faces and to forestall its potential demise at the hands of the U.S. Olympic Committee.

USA Gymnastics filed the petition in Indianapolis, where it is based. It faces 100 lawsuits representing 350 athletes in various courts across the country who blame the group for failing to supervise Larry Nassar, a team doctor accused of molesting them.

Continue reading USA Gymnastics files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy at STL.News.


          McLaren confirm Chevrolet power for Alonso’s 2019 Indy 500 entry      Cache   Translate Page      
McLaren Racing has confirmed that they will use Chevrolet engines in the 2019 Indianapolis 500. Fernando Alonso will once again drive for the team and will be hoping for better luck than his last effort in 2017 with Honda power.
          Indiana-based "customer success" SaaS startup MetaCX, led by Salesforce's ex-marketing cloud boss, raises $14M Series A from Upfront Ventures while in stealth (Alex Konrad/Forbes)      Cache   Translate Page      

Alex Konrad / Forbes:
Indiana-based “customer success” SaaS startup MetaCX, led by Salesforce's ex-marketing cloud boss, raises $14M Series A from Upfront Ventures while in stealth  —  In 2013, the Indianapolis tech scene scored a massive outcome when Salesforce acquired marketing software maker ExactTarget for $2.5 billion.


          How the Larry Nassar scandal has affected others      Cache   Translate Page      
USA Gymnastics’ bankruptcy filing on Wednesday in Indianapolis is the latest fallout from the sexual assault investigation of now-imprisoned gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. Numerous people have been criminally charged, fired or forced out of their jobs during the investigations into the once-renowned gymnastics doctor. He was sentenced to decades in prison after hundreds of girls […]
          [$$$] Electric T&D Job Board - CAD Drafter (6598278) - Aerotek      Cache   Translate Page      
One of the country's largest utilities is looking to add 3 CAD Drafters to their team in Indianapolis, IN. This is a particular company works alongside IPL, AEP and Duke Energy. This position will be dealing specifically with updating designs using...(click link to see full post)
          USA Gymnastics files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy      Cache   Translate Page      

USA Gymnastics is turning to bankruptcy in an effort to ensure its survival. The embattled organization has filed a bankruptcy petition in Indianapolis as it tries to reach settlements in the dozens of sex-abuse lawsuits it faces and to forestall its potential demise at the hands of the U.S. Olympic Committee. USA Gymnastics faces 100 lawsuits representing 350 athletes in courts across the country who blame the group for failing to supervise Larry Nassar, a team doctor accused of molesting them.

USA Gymnastics is turning to bankruptcy in an effort to ensure its survival.

The embattled organization filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition on Wednesday as it attempts to reach settlements in the dozens of sex-abuse lawsuits it faces and to forestall its potential demise at the hands of the U.S. Olympic Committee.

USA Gymnastics filed the petition in Indianapolis, where it is based. It faces 100 lawsuits representing 350 athletes in various courts across the country who blame the group for failing to supervise Larry Nassar, a team doctor accused of molesting them.

Kathryn Carson, who was recently elected chairwoman of the board of directors, said the organization is turning to bankruptcy to speed things up after mediation attempts failed to gain traction.

“Those discussions were not moving at any pace,” Carson said. “We as a board felt this was a critical imperative and decided to take this action.”

The filing does not affect the amount of money available to victims, which would come from previously purchased insurance coverage, she said. Carson said the insurance companies “are aware we’re taking this action and our expectation is they will come to the table and pay on our coverage.”

Carson added: “This is not a liquidation. This is a reorganization.”

One that USA Gymnastics hopes will buy it enough time to fend off the USOC’s intent to decertify it.

The USOC on Nov. 5 took steps to remove USAG as the sport’s governing body at the Olympic level – a step that’s taken only under the most extreme circumstances. In an open letter to the gymnastics community, USOC CEO Sarah Hirshland said “you deserve better,” and that the challenges facing USA Gymnastics were more than it was capable of overcoming as currently constructed.

Carson said the legal maneuvering Wednesday delays the USOC’s efforts to strip its designation as a national governing body.

“We always have a dialogue going with them and intend to make it clear with them we have a lot to talk about and we want to keep that going,” Carson said.

USOC spokesman Patrick Sandusky disagreed.

“While we fully understand that USAG believes this restructuring will begin to solve deficiencies we’ve identified, the filing does not impact our Section 8 complaint and that process will move forward,” Sandusky said.


          Verizon, Samsung to bring 5G smartphone to US in H1      Cache   Translate Page      
(Telecompaper) Verizon launched 5G services in October, going live with its 5G Home service in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento. The Verizon 5G mobility service will go live early next year, with a quick expansion planned, the company said. Once available, Samsung 5G smartphone users will be able to use Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband network.
          12/6/2018: SPORT: Chevy to power Alonso      Cache   Translate Page      
FERNANDO Alonso will be powered by Chevrolet for his second attempt to win the Indianapolis 500. Alonso is entering the May 27 race with McLaren, which had a 70 per cent win rate from 1968-70 when partnered with Chevrolet, including 23 consecutive...
          Indiana Copyright Litigation: Dexas International, Ltd. Seeks Judgment in Cutting Board Case      Cache   Translate Page      
Indianapolis, Indiana – Attorneys for Plaintiff, Dexas International, Ltd. of Coppell, Texas filed suit in the Southern District of Indiana alleging that Defendant, Menard, Inc. of Eau Claire, Wisconsin infringed its rights in United States Copyright Registration No. VA 2-118-094 (“Dexas Cutting Board Photo”). Plaintiff is seeking costs, reasonable attorneys’ fees, injunctive relief, and post judgment interest. A Dexas employee created an original art piece entitled “Dexas Cutting Board Photo” within the scope of his employment in 2013 (the “Dexas Photo”). This art piece was for use in the product insert label for the Dexas cutting board. On April 4, 2018, Dexas applied for copyright registration for the Dexas Photo. Dexas alleges that at least as of 2017, if not earlier, Menard began selling a “Collapsible Colander Cutting Board Set” with a label insert that includes the unauthorized copy of or derivative work based…
          $14 Million Jury Verdict for Error in Misreading CT Scan      Cache   Translate Page      
Courtney Webster was diagnosed as having rectal cancer when she was 41 years old. Five years later, she underwent a CT scan at CDI Indiana Center for Diagnostic Imaging after she experienced constipation and noticed blood in her stools. An independent contractor physician interpreted the CT test and did not mention an abnormal rectal mass. Eighteen months later, Webster underwent a colonoscopy, which showed rectal cancer. A follow-up CT scan showed a soft-tissue rectal mass and indications of metastasis. Webster, whose cancer is now Stage IV, will most likely die from the disease in the near term. Webster and her husband sued the Center for Diagnostic Imaging, Inc. d/b/a CDI Indiana, LLC and CDI Indianapolis, alleging liability for the independent contractor’s choosing not to report the presence of a rectal mass on the first CT scan. The defendant argued that it was not liable in that it did not authorize the imaging center and it was not a medical provider. The Webster…
          Raw Audio: Gary Johnson Speaks at Marian University      Cache   Translate Page      
Gary Johnson Speaks at Marian University in Indianapolis. Tweet
           Todd Fuhrman believes Indianapolis can cover and end Houston’s winning streak       Cache   Translate Page      
Todd Fuhrman believes Houston is facing a great deal of pressure and may be set up for an upset against Andrew Luck and Indianapolis.
          Dwayne Haskins receives top offensive honor on AP All-Big Ten team      Cache   Translate Page      

Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. is the offensive player of the year and Michigan linebacker Devin Bush is defensive player of the year on The Associated Press All-Big Ten Conference team released Wednesday.

Freshman receiver Rondale Moore of Purdue was voted newcomer of the year, and Northwestern's Pat Fitzgerald was named coach of the year after leading the Wildcats to the Big Ten championship game for the first time.

Michigan had seven players on the first team, including five from the nation's top-ranked defense. Wisconsin had five first-team picks and conference champion Ohio State had three.

Haskins, in his first year as a starter, set Big Ten records and leads the nation with 4,580 passing yards and 47 touchdown passes. He passed for more than 300 yards in nine games, including five games with better than 400 yards.

Bush has been a disruptive force for Michigan, leading the team with 80 tackles and ranking second from his linebacker position in sacks (five) and tackles for loss (9.5).

Moore occupied two spots, as a wide receiver and all-purpose player. Moore's 103 receptions are most in the nation and second-most in a season by a Big Ten player, and his 1,164 receiving yards lead the conference. Moore also rushed for 203 yards on 18 carries and returned punts and kicks for the Boilermakers.

Four of Wisconsin's five first-team picks are repeat selections — running back Jonathan Taylor, offensive linemen Michael Deiter and Beau Benzschawel and linebacker T.J. Edwards. Taylor was a unanimous choice. Ohio State defensive lineman Dre'Mont Jones also made the first team for the second straight year.

Fitzgerald, Northwestern's 13th-year coach, led the Wildcats to an 8-1 record in Big Ten play, matching the best mark in program history. They went 0-3 in nonconference play and had to overcome a spate of injuries to win their first West Division title.

The All-Big Ten team was selected by 27 writers and broadcasters who cover the conference.

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The Associated Press All-Big Ten Conference football team, with position, name, school, height, weight, class and hometown:

FIRST TEAM

Offense

WR — Rondale Moore, Purdue, 5-9, 175, Fr., New Albany, Indiana.

WR — Tyler Johnson, Minnesota, 6-2, 200, Jr., Minneapolis.

T — Isaiah Prince, Ohio State, 6-7, 310, Sr., Greenbelt, Maryland.

T — Jon Runyan, Michigan, 6-5, 310, Sr., Moorestown, New Jersey.

G — Michael Deiter, Wisconsin, 6-6, 310, Sr., Curtice, Ohio.

G — Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin, 6-6, 315, Sr., Grafton, Wisconsin.

C — Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin, 6-3, 319, So., Amherst, Wisconsin.

TE — T.J. Hockenson, Iowa, 6-5, 250, So., Chariton, Iowa.

QB — Dwayne Haskins Jr., Ohio State, 6-3, 214, So., Potomac, Maryland.

u-RB — Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin, 5-11, 221, So., Salem, New Jersey.

RB — Karan Higdon, Michigan, 5-10, 202, Sr., Sarasota, Florida.

PK — Chase McLaughlin, Illinois, 6-1, 190, Sr., Cypress, Texas.

All-Purpose — Rondale Moore, Purdue, 5-9, 175, Fr., New Albany, Indiana.

Defense

DE __ Kenny Willekes, Michigan State, 6-4, 260, Jr., Rockford, Michigan.

DE __ Chase Winovich, Michigan, 6-3, 255, Sr., Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania.

DT __ Raequan Williams, Michigan State, 6-4, 300, Jr., Chicago.

DT __ Dre'Mont Jones, Ohio State, 6-3, 290, Jr., Cleveland.

LB — Devin Bush, Michigan, 5-11, 233, Jr., Pembroke Pines, Florida.

LB — Paddy Fisher, Northwestern, 6-4, 241, So., Katy, Texas.

LB — T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin, 6-1, 242, Sr., Lake Villa, Illinois.

CB — Amani Oruwariye, Penn State, 6-1, 203, Sr., Tampa, Florida.

CB — Lavert Hill, Michigan, 5-11, 181, Jr., Detroit.

S — Josh Metellus, Michigan, 6-0, 204, Jr., Pembroke Pines, Florida.

S — Amani Hooker, Iowa, 6-0, 210, Jr., Minneapolis.

P — Will Hart, Michigan, 6-3, 192, Jr., Hunting Valley, Ohio.

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SECOND TEAM

Offense

WR — Stanley Morgan Jr., Nebraska, 6-1, 195, Sr., New Orleans.

WR — Parris Campbell, Ohio State, 6-1, 208, Sr., Akron, Ohio.

T — David Edwards, Wisconsin, 6-7, 315, Jr., Downers Grove, Illinois.

T — Alaric Jackson, Iowa, 6-7, 320, So., Detroit.

G — Ross Reynolds, Iowa, 6-4, 295, Sr., Waukee, Iowa.

G — Ben Bredeson, Michigan, 6-5, 320, Jr., Hartland, Wisconsin.

C — Michael Jordan, Ohio State, 6-7, 310, Jr., Canton, Michigan.

TE — Noah Fant, Iowa, 6-5, 241, Jr., Omaha, Nebraska.

QB — Trace McSorley, Penn State, 6-0, 201, Sr., Ashburn, Virginia.

RB — Miles Sanders, Penn State, 5-11, 215, Jr., Pittsburgh.

RB — Antony McFarland, Maryland, 5-8, 193, Fr., Hyattsville, Maryland.

PK — Matt Coghlin, Michigan State, 5-9, 190, So., Cincinnati.

All-Purpose — Ihmir Smith-Marsette, Iowa, 6-1, 175, So., Newark, New Jersey.

Defense

DE — A.J. Epensea, Iowa, 6-5, 277, So., Glen Carbon, Illinois.

DE — Rashan Gary, Michigan, 6-5, 283, Jr., Plainfield, New Jersey.

DE — Carter Coughlin, Minnesota, 6-4, 245, Jr., Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

DT — Robert Windsor, Penn State, 6-4, 295, Jr., Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.

LB — Tre Watson, Maryland, 6-2, 236, Sr., Tampa, Florida.

LB — Joe Bachie, Michigan State, 6-2, 238, Jr., Brook Park, Ohio.

LB — Blake Cashman, Minnesota, 6-2, 235, Sr., Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

CB — David Long, Michigan, 5-11, 198, Jr., Los Angeles.

CB — Justin Layne, Michigan State, 6-3, 185, Jr., Cleveland.

S — Darnell Savage Jr., Maryland, 5-10, 200, Sr., Newark, Delaware.

S — Jordan Fuller, Ohio State, 6-2, 204, Jr. Old Tappan, New Jersey.

P — Drue Chrisman, Ohio State, 6-3, 215, So., Lawrenceburg, Indiana.

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Offensive Player of the Year — Dwayne Haskins Jr., Ohio State, 6-3, 214, So., Potomac, Maryland.

Defensive Player of the Year — Devin Bush, Michigan, 5-11, 233, Jr., Pembroke Pines, Florida.

Coach of the Year — Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern,

Newcomer of the Year — Rondale Moore, Purdue, 5-9, 175, Fr., New Albany, Indiana.

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u-Unanimous selection.

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Voting Panel:

Bob Asmussen, Champaign (Illinois) News-Gazette

Bret Beherns, WCIA-Radio (Champaign, Illinois)

Mike Carmin, Lafayette (Indiana) Journal & Courier

Matt Charboneau, Detroit News

Angelique Chengelis, Detroit News

Graham Couch, Lansing (Michigan) State Journal

Dave Eanet, WGN-Radio (Chicago)

Justin Gaard, KFAN-Radio (Minneapolis)

Parker Gabriel, Lincoln (Nebraska) Journal Star

Jason Galloway, Madison.com (Wisconsin)

Emily Giambalvo, Washington Post

Teddy Greenstein, Chicago Tribune

Mike Jacques, WMTV-TV (Madison, Wisconsin)

Randy Johnson, Minneapolis Star Tribune

Chad Leistikow, Des Moines (Iowa) Register

Tim May, Columbus Dispatch

John McGonigal, Centre Daily Times (State College, Pennsylvania)

Sam McKewon, Omaha (Nebraska) World-Herald

Aaron McMann, MLive.com-Ann Arbor

Mike Miller, Bloomington (Indiana) Herald-Times

Marc Morehouse, Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Gazette

Josh Newman, Asbury Park (New Jersey) Press

Zachary Osterman, Indianapolis Star

Greg Pickel, Penn Live

Kyle Rowland, Toledo (Ohio) Blade

Keith Sargeant, NJ Advance Media

Dylan Sinn, Fort Wayne (Indiana) Journal Gazette


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