Fans of Notre Dame football may be surprised to learn legendary coach Knute Rockne’s professional life extended well beyond the game he helped define. The South Bend Studebaker Museum recently opened the exhibit “Knute Rockne: The Rest of the Story,” detailing Rockne’s involvement with the automobile manufacturer Studebaker from 1928 until his death in 1931. Museum archivist Andrew Beckman said the exhibit highlights Rockne’s role as a motivational speaker and celebrity spokesman for Studebaker, working during the football offseason so as not to interfere with his coaching duties. Beckman said the exhibit celebrates the 125th anniversary of Notre Dame football by acquainting people with an interesting, yet lesser-known aspect of the University’s past. “We thought this would be a great opportunity to reintroduce people to a part of Studebaker and Notre Dame history they may not have been aware of before,” he said. Rockne was Studebaker’s prized spokesman, he said, using him in advertising campaigns and as a representative at sales and industry meetings across the country. The exhibit features old photographs from these sales meetings, as well as other advertising memorabilia. “Studebaker would use Rockne in their promotions, in [public relations] photos, so we have a number of those from the late ’20s, including ones showing Rockne with his players hunched around a Studebaker,” Beckman said. The exhibit also contains one of the “Rockne” line of automobiles Studebaker produced for two years after Rockne’s death in 1931. “Very few people are aware there was an automobile named after the coach, so we have an actual 1933 Rockne five-window coupe as part of the exhibit,” Beckman said. Based on past success with Rockne-themed exhibits, Beckman said he expects a tremendous response for the museum’s current offering. He said most of this successncould be attributed to widespread curiosity about Knute Rockne’s life. “Every time we do something regarding Rockne, the response is usually surprise followed by fascination,” Beckman said. “That’s what we have traditionally observed.” Beckman said he hopes people visiting South Bend for Notre Dame football weekends will continue their support of the Studebaker Museum. “We try and get as many people down here before the football game starts as we can,” Beckman said. “We’ve traditionally been very busy on game Saturdays, so we anticipate that carrying through this year.” Contact Dan Brombach at [email protected]
Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World8 Shows That Went From “Funny” To “Why Am I Watching This”Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemTop 10 TV Friends Who Used To Be Enemies9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Of The Best 90s Shows That Need To Come Back ASAP Rashford was forced off less than 15 minutes after coming on as a second half substitute in a FA Cup third round replay win over Wolves on Wednesday and was absent for United’s trip to Liverpool on Sunday. Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does not believe top scorer Marcus Rashford will be fit to return from a back injury for a number of weeks.Advertisement Loading… However, Solskjaer revealed the England international is unlikely to return before United’s mid-season break at the start of the February.“He’s got a couple of knocks, jolts against Wolves,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports.“He aggravated his back (and) had trouble before. (We need to) give him time to recover and rest before we put him back on the pitch.“I wouldn’t expect him to be back in the next few weeks. We have a mid-season break and I’m not sure are going to see him before then, no.”Man Utd lose Rashford for ‘weeks’ – Solskjaer https://t.co/t44Nx4R10K pic.twitter.com/k3zgKPVejZ— CLEANSHEET (@Cleansheet) January 19, 2020Read Also:Ferguson lauds three Man United youngstersUnited face either Watford or Tranmere in the FA Cup fourth round, travel to Manchester City for the second leg of their League Cup semi-final – trailing 3-1 from the first leg – and host Wolves in the Premier League in the next two weeks.Solskjaer’s men then have a 16-day period to rest and recuperate thanks to the Premier League’s first ever winter break before travelling to Chelsea on February 17.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Press Association “I’m excited to be going,” said Hamilton, speaking to Press Association Sport ahead of flying into London from Los Angeles where he has held a number of business meetings over recent days. “I went in 2007 and 2008 and I’m certain that back then I didn’t even have one hundredth of the support I have right now. “That support has really grown over the years. The fans have just been amazing, incredible. “A lot of Brits have come up to me and told me how proud they are, that they are huge fans.” Hamilton recognises what McIlroy has achieved this year, and ahead of the SPOTY event at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow showed true sportsmanship to tell him as much this past week. “I messaged Rory, wishing him all the best for it and told him I’ll see him this Sunday,” added Hamilton. “I also congratulated him on an incredible year because he has been phenomenal, and at his age too.” After finishing runner-up in his F1 debut year of 2007 to Joe Calzaghe and again in his first title-winning season of 2008 to Sir Chris Hoy, Hamilton is expecting to finish second for a third time, not that that concerns him. Lewis Hamilton has hailed Rory McIlroy as “phenomenal” ahead of their Sunday night showdown for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award. “I remember ’08 and losing to a Sir, so I didn’t mind that,” said a joking Hamilton. “But I don’t think I have to win anything more than I have, or to show what I’ve achieved, or to prove how much support I have. “I know I’m aware of the support I have. I never thought I’d have people tuning in to their TVs or turning up at races to support me. “And this isn’t like I’m going for the world championship and I’m dying to win it with everything in my power. “Instead this is one of those events where you feel quite privileged to be amongst all the great stars also there. “I know it’s going to be a good experience being there – although I do anticipate me being runner-up again!” After what has been a whirlwind past two weeks for Hamilton following his championship triumph, SPOTY represents the last awards event prior to him finally taking a break. “The last couple of weeks have been pretty intense, pretty crazy with interviews, doing stuff for Mercedes, various other awards shows. “I’ve not really had any time for myself, but I’m still on a high, and the reception and response has been amazing. “But after these awards I’m gone. “Every year you have to be very selfish with your time. I believe you have to be because it is such a long year. “You have to get away as soon as possible, have a couple of weeks’ break and then start training again just before Christmas for the next season. That’s what I like to do. “This year the BBC Sports Personality has shifted everything later, so my break starts a lot later than usual, and now I can’t wait.” There is a 10-strong shortlist with McIlroy tipped to win the public vote and become the first golfer to win the award since Nick Faldo in 1989. Jo Pavey, whose 10,000m gold medal in Zurich made her the oldest female European champion in history at the age of 40 years and 325 games, is one of four female contenders and has described her inclusion as “beyond my wildest dreams”. Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold did her own chances no harm by claiming victory in the opening World Cup race of the new season in Lake Placid on Friday night. Yarnold, who will jet back across the Atlantic to be present at the ceremony, warned she could be star-struck by the big occasion. Yarnold told Press Association Sport: ” ‘I didn’t watch things like Sports Personality when I was a kid because I wasn’t allowed to watch much TV, but in recent years I have become aware just how prestigious it is. ”For me it’s all about getting to meet my sports heroes, the types of people I would never get to meet in everyday life like Rory McIlroy and Max Whitlock. I follow these people when I am away and it is going to be great to meet them in person.” Skier Kelly Gallagher, who with her guide Charlotte Evans was crowned Great Britain’s first Winter Paralympic champion, and all-conquering dressage rider Charlotte Dujardin are also included on the list. Gareth Bale is the only footballer to make the cut after an impressive first season with Real Madrid, while boxer Carl Froch also earns a place after his conclusive Wembley rematch win over George Groves. The list is completed by gymnast Max Whitlock, who won world, European and Commonwealth medals in 2014, and swimmer Adam Peaty, who won four European titles and two Commonwealth Games golds. McIlroy has long been a clear favourite for the honour given his wins this year in The Open and USPGA, as well as helping Europe to victory in the Ryder Cup. But after claiming his second Formula One world title a fortnight ago in Abu Dhabi, so Hamilton’s odds have shortened considerably and he is pushing McIlroy to the wire.
Dear Editor,It is the private business of the Patterson family how they deal with their personal situation in regard to an allegation of trafficking of a controlled drug (cocaine) against one of their members. It is, however, a public matter for the people vs Derrick Patterson; not David Patterson. If anyone has an interest in this case, I suggest they take it up with the person who is charged, and not use the occasion to personally abuse the Minister.So the portions of the statement from David Patterson – the individual giving support to his brother — must be commended. We all have families, and if for any reason any one of them falls into any situational challenge, it is our duty to offer them our love, irrespective of how annoyed we are at their action.That is why I was baffled that David Patterson, the person, chose — in his statement at the bottom half — to import the voice of David Patterson, the Public Infrastructure Minister, into the debate. Since David Patterson the Minister spoke, I thought it might be wise to ask the Minister these six important questions, since he has executive access to the machinery of the State:1: Were the controlled drugs (cocaine) trafficked from Guyana to Grenada?2: Did the person on remand, who is a relative of the Minister, have a VIP Pass for our international ports of exit (airport, etc)?3: Which Minister is in charge of the airport?4: Is it common practice across the Granger Government to issue relatives of senior functionaries with VIP Passes, although they may not meet the criteria as set out by the Foreign Affairs Ministry?5: Which Minister is in charge of security at the airport? And is that Minister a member of the Alliance For Change?6: Does the security protocol allow VIP Pass-holders to be checked for controlled drugs (cocaine)?I would really appreciate full transparency and disclosure on this important matter, since if this VIP Pass situation is being abused at our ports of exit, good governance would dictate that we do the “fit and proper” thing by taking corrective measures immediately, and hold those who are abusing it accountable.Regards,Sasenarine Singh
By EDDIE PELLSDENVER (AP) — Colin Kaepernick called them his brothers.Dolphins teammates Kenny Stills and Albert Watson were the only two players to kneel during the national anthem on the NFL’s opening Sunday, and Kaepernick, who is no longer welcome on an NFL sideline, made sure to offer his thanks to them via social media .“My Brothers (Stills) and (Watson) continue to show their unwavering strength by fighting for the oppressed,” Kapernick said in his tweet. “They have not backed down, …
A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Despite all the various communication tools we have at our disposal – email, Skype, phone, video conferencing, instant messaging – nothing beats a face-to-face meeting. And when it comes to pitching to a potential investor, a face-to-face interaction is coveted and more often than not crucial. But face-to-face meetings aren’t always possible, due to timing or logistics. So can you – should you – pitch over the phone?Fred Wilson wrote a blog post on phone pitches last week, advising entrepreneurs not to make them. He contends that “they aren’t very effective. I hate taking them and almost never do. I don’t think they allow the entrepreneur to show themselves very well which is the most important thing of all.”VC Sarah Tavel responded to Wilson with a post “In defense of phone call pitches.” Although she agrees that face-to-face meetings are preferable, she argues that there may be times when a phone call is useful. Cautioning entrepreneurs against writing off phone calls altogether, she says they can be “a good first step.”Tavel stresses that phone calls with investors needn’t be funding pitches. “For me, the call is not about a go/no go on an investment,” says Tavel, “it’s about a go/no go on investing more time.” An introductory phone call can be thought of, then, as a pitch for a face-to-face meeting. Both Tavel and Wilson agree that this sort of call should be kept short. Think elevator speech. The goal of the call is several-fold: To introduce yourself. To assess an investor’s interest. To set up another meeting (preferably face-to-face).Although location and logistics can make in-person visits tricky, “There really is nothing like the in person, face to face meeting when it comes to fundraising or any kind of high level sales effort,” argues Wilson. Phone calls shouldn’t be avoided altogether, but save your pitch to make in person. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts audrey watters Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#start#tips
The mirrorless camera wave continues to gain momentum as Panasonic reveals two new L-mount camera models forthcoming in 2019.In what already feels like the year of the mirrorless camera — with new models coming from Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, and Blackmagic — we’ve now got yet another contender for the mirrorless title. Panasonic just announced two new L-mount models.Here’s what we know about Panasonic’s new Lumix S1R and S1 models.The Panasonic Lumix S1RBased on reports from Photokina 2018, Panasonic has partnered (not for the first time) with both Sigma and Lecia to use the former’s full-frame L-mount SL system. Their flagship camera, the Panasonic Lumix S1R, promises a 47-megapixel sensor with the now-standard 4K at 60fps and 10-bit 4:2:2 video recording. More technical details are forthcoming over the next few months, leading up to the camera’s release in 2019.47-megapixel sensor.4K at 60fps.10-bit 4:2:2 video recording.Built-in image stabilization.Tiltable LCD.High-resolution EVF.The Panasonic Lumix S1Like many of their competitors, Panasonic is developing a companion camera in the Panasonic Lumix S1 that features a 24-megapixel sensor at a lower price point, but it will still reportedly include the same 4K 60fps recording and other video specs. Both cameras feature the same built-in image stabilization, a tiltable LCD, and high-resolution EVF.24-megapixel sensor.4K at 60fps.10-bit 4:2:2 video recording.Built-in image stabilization.Tiltable LCD.High-resolution EVF.Lens OptionsWe also know that while Leica lenses are already available (but pretty expensive), Panasonic is creating three new lenses specific to the L-mount series. While these first three should be market-ready when the S1R and S1 hit stores in 2019, another seven (to bring their lens line up to 10) should be ready by 2020. Here are the details on the lenses that will launch with the cameras.24-70mm standard zoom lens.70-200mm telephoto lens.50mm f/1.4 prime lens. All images via LUMIX LIVE ＠ Photokina 2018.For more camera news and updates, check out some of these articles:Nikon Releases Their First Full-Frame Mirrorless CameraEverything We Know About Canon’s New Mirrorless Cameras7 Filmmaking Cameras You Can Get for Under $1,000
Reacting to a legal notice slapped by off-spinner Harbhajan Singh’s mother on United Spirits Limited (USL), United Breweries Group chairman Vijay Mallya has reportedly refused to withdraw the controversial TV ad campaign.UB group chairman Vijay MallyaHarbhajan’s mother had on Saturday served the notice through legal firm Dewani Advocates & Consultants for spoofing the cricketer in a McDowell’s No 1 Platinum advertisement, wherein Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is seen ridiculing his team-mate’s role in a Royal Stag commercial.Mallya reacted to the reports of notice saying USL did not intend to pull the ad campaign off air. He said the company’s lawyers would recommend the next course of action.Meanwhile USL’s rival Pernod Ricard, which had earlier hired Harbhajan for its Royal Stag brand, said it had not advised the bowler on his legal move, but would support him.
PSG midfielder Rabiot agrees terms with Barcelonaby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the lovePSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot has agreed terms with Barcelona, it has been claimed.Le Parisien, ignoring Barca’s statement of denial, reported on Monday that Rabiot has reached an agreement with the Catalan club over his salary and signing bonus. At the moment there are no negotiations between Barça and PSG, but that the situation could evolve “this week”. Barça released a comment on Sunday denying “any type” of agreement with the midfielder. The club added that they have always acted in the correct manner with PSG, who they contacted over the player in August and again last week. TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Tammy Abraham: I want to be Chelsea legendby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveTammy Abraham is determined to become a Chelsea legend.The 21-year-old is making his mark at Stamford Bridge this season, with a hat-trick in Saturday’s win over Wolves taking his season total to 7 from five Premier League games.”I have grown up watching big stars playing in the Champions League, and to play in it myself would obviously be a dream,” he said.”Players like the gaffer [Frank Lampard], Didier Drogba and John Terry are great legends. They have been there and done it. I would like to follow the same path. “I am delighted to be scoring goals for a team I have grown up loving and have always wanted to play for. It is just an amazing feeling and hasn’t kicked in yet.”Hopefully this is the beginning of a great career at Chelsea. I’m living the dream and I need to keep it running.”