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Police to examine gameday arrest

first_imgSt. Joseph County Police will conduct an internal investigation into the circumstances surrounding the arrest of a Notre Dame student at an on-campus tailgate Saturday, according to a St. Joseph County Police press release issued Monday. St. Joseph County Police Sgt. Randy Kaps, a 19-year veteran of the department, arrested a 21-year-old male student for public intoxication at approximately 2 p.m. Saturday, the release stated. The release referenced a third-party video of the arrest, which a Notre Dame student posted on YouTube Saturday night. The video received more than 10,000 views before it was made private Monday afternoon. “Our department was made aware of the YouTube video early [Monday] morning depicting the arrest,” the press release stated. “Our administration has viewed the video. At this time, we are gathering further information relating to the circumstances leading to the arrest of the suspect in the video.” The release also stated the investigation would look at other evidence and accounts of the arrest. “The information to be considered includes police reports from other police officers at the scene, as well as other video obtained of the incident which may have been captured by security cameras on campus,” the release said. After the student’s arrest, police transported the student to the holding facility at Notre Dame Stadium before booking him into St. Joseph County Jail. He was released from jail on $150 bond and is scheduled to appear in court Dec. 2. In a statement Monday, University spokesman Dennis Brown praised past cooperation between Notre Dame Security Police and St. Joseph County Police on football weekends. “The University, local law enforcement agencies and our fans have worked in a spirit of cooperation the past two years to create an environment on football weekends, that, by all accounts has been overwhelmingly positive,” Brown said. Brown said the University is aware of St. Joseph County Police’s investigation of the arrest Saturday. “We know that the incident that occurred Saturday is under review by the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department in order to fully understand all of the circumstances surrounding the confrontation,” Brown said. “University leaders will closely monitor the conclusions of that review, but believe that the positive momentum of the last two seasons will not be derailed by a single incident.” Notre Dame Security Police declined to comment Monday about this and other gameday arrests.last_img read more

Sevilla’s Escudero coy on Getafe switch

first_img Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Worst Things To Do To Your Phone5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Best Cars Of All TimeBrother Creates A Phenomenal Dress For His SisterWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise You9 Iconic Roles That Could Have Been Played By Different Actors6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes The 30-year-old has fallen out of favour at the Andalusian club this season under Julen Lopetegui, who has instead opted to play Sergio Reguilon (on loan from Real Madrid) at left-back with Diario AS claiming he had an agreement to re-join Getafe.Escudero said, as cited by La Razon: “I have been here for five years, I have another year and Sevilla is my home. I am very happy and I cannot say anything else.” Despite Reguilon’s temporary deal at Sevilla expiring this summer, it appears that Escudero has no intention of remaining at the club and instead favours a return to Los Azulones.It is claimed by the report that he has already personally struck terms with Getafe – whom he left to join Sevilla in a €2.5m deal in the summer of 2015 – although there is not yet an agreement between the two clubs.Read Also: Victor Moses reveals most important manager of his careerHis incorporation was said to be a priority of Getafe boss Jose Bordalas, while Escudero spent three successful seasons at the Madrid-based club, whom he joined from Schalke.Escudero has clocked up 157 appearances for Sevilla, scoring five goals and has played under seven different permanent managers.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Sevilla defender Sergio Escudero remained coy about reports saying that he has agreed a return to Getafe as “these are things that come out”, although he does not know “anything” and is “focused on Sevilla”.Advertisementlast_img read more

Kenya’s COVID-19 cases surpass 30,000 mark

first_imgThe distribution of the cases by Counties is as follows;Nairobi 126, Busia 14, Kirinyaga 13, Machakos 12, Narok 12, Kiambu 11, Kajiado 10, Kitui 10, Nakuru 10, Kisumu 8, Samburu 8, Garissa 8, Mombasa 6, Nyeri 4, Trans-Nzoia 4, Taita Taveta 3, Lamu 3, Kakamega 2, Kisii 2,Also Read  Women leaders welcome CJ’s decision to dissolve ParliamentBungoma 1, Kilifi 1, Makueni 1, Murang’a 1, and Siaya 1.The cases are distributed in Sub Counties as follows; in Nairobi, the 126 cases are in Westlands 16, Kamukunji 14, Ruaraka 11, Kasarani, Lang’ata and Roysambu have 9 cases each, while in Embakasi West and Starehe have 7 cases each, Dagoretti South, Embakasi East and Makadara have 6 cases each. Dagoretti North, Embakasi South and Kibra have 5 cases each.Embakasi Central and Embakasi North have 4 cases each and Mathare 3.In Busia, the 14 cases are in Matayos 11, and Teso North 3. All Kirinyaga’s 13 cases are in Kirinyaga East.The 12 cases in Machakos are in Machakos Town 7, Athi River 3, Kangundo and Yatta have 1 case each.Also Read  Uhuru calls for rebuilding of the UN to better address emerging challengesNarok’s 12 cases are drawn from Narok North 10, Narok East and Trans-Mara West 1 case each.In Kiambu, the 11 cases are in Kabete and Ruiru have 4 cases each, Kiambaa, Kiambu Town and Kikuyu have 1 case while in Kajiado all the 10 cases are in Kajiado North.In Kitui, the 10 cases are all in Kitui Central while in Nakuru, the 10 cases are in Naivasha 5 and Nakuru East 5.The 8 cases in Kisumu are in, Muhoroni and Nyando 3 cases each and Kisumu West 2 while in Samburu all the 8 cases are in Samburu Central.The 8 Garissa cases are in Garissa Town.Mombasa’s 6 cases are in Mvita 4, Jomvu and Kisauni have 1 case each. In Nyeri, the 4 cases are in Nyeri Central 3 and Mathira East 1.Also Read  Teachers to report back to school on MondayTrans-Nzoia, the 4 cases are in Saboti 2, Cherengani and Kiminini have 1 case each. The 3 cases in Taita Taveta are all in Voi while in Lamu the 3 reported are cases in Lamu Town.In Kakamega, the 2 cases are in Ikolomani 1 and Lurambi 1. In Kisii all the 2 cases are in Kitutu Chacewater South.The following Counties Bungoma, Kilifi, Makueni,Muranga and Siaya have 1 case each in Kanduyi, KilifiTown, Makueni Town, Maragua and Ugunja respectively.686 patients have recovered from the disease bringing the total number of recoveries to 16,656.From the discharge, 60 were from various facilities and 626 from home-based care programme.Two more patients succumbed to the diease to bringing the number of fatalities to 474. In terms of gender, 170 were male and 101 were female. The youngest case is an 8 months infant, while the oldest is 86 years old.Get breaking news on your Mobile as-it-happens. SMS ‘NEWS’ to 20153 Kenya has recorded 271 new COVID-19 cases, raising the country’s total number of infections to 30,120.In a statement Sunday, Health cabinet Secretary, Mutahi Kagwe says the new cases were drawn from 3,746 people whose samples were tested in the last 24 hrs. This brings the country’s cumulative numbers of those tested to 391,416.From the new cases, 268 were Kenyans and 3 were foreigners.last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Monday, Jan. 27, 2014

first_imgWellington Police notes for Monday, January 27, 2014•11:23 a.m. Officers took a report of Suspicious Activity in the 500 block E. 16th, Wellington.•3:52 p.m. Thomas W. Janney, 57, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with no of insurance and disobeyed stop sign.•8:40 p.m. Officers impounded a vehicle in the 100 block N. Washington, Wellington.•8:47 p.m. Officers investigated harassment by telecom device in the 1100 block E. Harvey, Wellington.last_img

House panel advances fetal homicide, personhood bill

first_imgDES MOINES — Criminal penalties for intentionally or accidentally causing the death of a fetus without the consent of the mother would be increased under a bill advancing in the Iowa House. Iowa Catholic Conference lobbyist Tom Chapman says Iowa should treat the killing of a fetus without the consent of the woman as a form of homicide, as several other states do.“It protects unborn human life in the criminal code in contexts other than abortion or medical procedures,” Chapman says, “so it deems an unborn baby to actually be a person when offenders attack or otherwise harm a pregnant woman.”The bill would also declared that life starts at conception, something critics like Jamie Burch Elliott of Planned Parenthood say would insert “personhood” language into the state’s criminal code. Planned Parenthood lobbyist Jamie Burch Elliott opposes the bill.“It sends Iowa down a dangerous path when you define a fertilized egg as a person,” she says. “These changes could have unintended far-reaching consequences including outlawing certain forms of birth control, outlawing invitro fertilization.”Supporters say the proposal isn’t intended to ban abortion or any other medical procedure. The Iowa Senate passed this bill last year, and the House failed to advance it in 2019 ahead of a legislative deadline.Abortion opponents held a rally at the state capitol Monday. Representative Steven Holt of Denison chairs the House Judiciary Committee. He told the group a law passed last year may someday shift the court;s position on the issue because it allows the governor to appoint a majority of the panel that nominates future justices.“We will now have a court that will likely interpret the law by what is written on the page as opposed to rewriting it to match their agenda,” Holt says.The Iowa Court of Appeals rejected a lawsuit from Democratic legislators claiming the judicial nominating law is unconstitutional. The group plans to appeal that decision to the Iowa Supreme Court.last_img read more

Coutinho reported to complete Bayern coach Flick’s starting 11

first_imgPhilippe CoutinhoKampala, Uganda | XINHUA |   Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho is said to be Bayern coach Hansi Flick’s missing jigsaw piece for Saturday’s Champions League duel against Chelsea.The 28-year-old is most likely going to replace injured French forward Kingsley Coman along the left flank, although he has only been on the pitch in action for 27 minutes since March.“He is in good shape at present and show his qualities,” the 55-year-old Bayern head coach commented.The last 16 second leg (3-0 in the first) could be the Brazilian’s last chance to present himself as the gifted on-loan footballer from Barcelona appears to be heading for English Premier League’s club Arsenal in the 2020/2021 season.For the other positions, the Bayern head coach will most likely choose the back-row of Alphonso Davies, David Alaba, Jerome Boateng, and Kimmich in front of keeper Manuel Neuer. Thiago and Goretzka are also likely to play in central midfield next to the forwards Mueller, Serge Gnabry, Coutinho, and Robert Lewandowski.****XINHUAShare on: WhatsApplast_img read more

OVERTIME

first_img•Lakers down one to the Hornets. Lakers still win in six.•Boston up one on your Knicks. Boston wins because I told ya so.•Memphis up one on the Spurs. It’s going to be close but the Spurs win it.•Chicago woke up and beat the Pacers as they should have and will continue to do so.•Heat…76ers. Oh shut up, you know!!!•Atlanta up one on Orlando and Howard scored 45. This could be interesting. But Orlando should pull it out.•Thunder will continue the run on the Nuggets.•As of this writing I can’t remember who Dallas is playing but whoever it is, Dallas will win…Huh!:06 NBA…on the side•Who dresses Kobe? C’mon man you make good money, pay a stylist.•Hold up Carmelo, don’t laugh. You’re on the list too.•Phil Jackson, I love Fisher too, but put Shannon Brown on Chris Paul.•We should let “Big John” Marshall take Bynum behind the Homewood Y and work his soft butt one on one. I bet he would get tough then… or get knocked out!!!:05 The Pirates almost had me, they all most had me. Nothin’ new at PNC Park.:04 I hope the Pens win. That’s all can say, that’s all I know. Shut up, it’s all you know too!:03 Now that they proved that Bonds didn’t shoot Lincoln and Kennedy or start the Vietnam War, I guess the world can get back to normal. They started with 22 counts, now down to one. A hung jury. A billion dollars wasted, and a host of sell-outs and got nothin’. Nuff said.:02 Speaking of the Pens, correct me if I am wrong but the last time I checked their colors are black and gold like every other pro team in town. So why is the rally call for fan support a white out? Why not a black out where everyone wears a black shirt… I am just askin’???:01 Congratulations to Dr. Howard Slaughter the most recent inductee to the Penn Hills High School Hall of Fame. One of our school’s all-time great football players. Welcome to the club my brother. Hey City league…Penn Hills Indians…that’s how we roll!!“Game Over” BILL NEAL :10 This is an easy call. The punks that kicked 42 year old Dodger fan Brian Stowe into a coma should be taken to the same spot in the parking lot and let the family stomp them into a coma. :09 Look for Pitt wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin to go high and early in the upcoming NFL draft. 220,4.4 forty, and can catch. :08 Derrick Rose is your NBA…MVP. Take it to the bank!:07 NBA Update:last_img read more

Cats rally back at High School Volleyball Championships

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsAfter a slow start the Mount Sentinel Wildcats finally has something to cheer about.The Cats rallied for a three-set victory over Kelowna’s Okanagan Mission Wednesday at the B.C. High School AA Boy’s Volleyball Championships at UBC/O gymnasium in Kelowna.Mount Sentinel dropped the opening game 17-25 before winning two straight 25-23 in a thriller and 15-10 in the deciding contest.The win, following a pair of losses earlier in the day against Prince Charles of Creston and Highland of Comox, puts the Cats in third spot in Pool C play.Mount Sentinel, seeded 12th entering the 16-team tournament, meets Sahali of Kamloops today in the first round of the playoffs.The first day of the championships is similar to the way the season has gone for Glen Campbell’s squad as the team got better with age.“We have improved tremendously from the beginning of the season with only three Grade 12 players on the 11-man roster,” the head coach of Mount Sentinel said prior to the provincial tournament. “We are feeling optimistic in terms of our chances and really hope to gain some valuable experience to help with the development of this young team.”The optimistic Cats rallied from a 1-0 deficit against the Island School in the opening game Wednesday to even the match with a 25-20 win. But Highland outlasted Sentinel 15-11 in the final game to claim the match.Mount Sentinel then lost 2-0 to Prince Charles. The scores in the match were 25-17, 25-19.Teams begin play Thursday in the playoff round. The tournament final is set for Saturday at the UBC/O gymnasium.SIDE OUT: Prince Charles, the other Kootenay school entered plays D.P. Todd of Prince George in playoff action. . . .Mount Sentinel’s match starts at 10:45 a.m. at UBC/O. A victory advances the Cats to meet the winner of the Prince Rupert/Winfield match. . . . The Triple-A boy’s tournament is also being played at the same time at UBC/O. Kootenay rep Mount Baker Wild of Cranbrook plays Pen-Hi Lakers of Penticton in playoff action this [email protected]last_img read more

STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN

first_imgTiago Pereira91715158%41%$388,617 Mike Smith36117131%53%$844,851 Drayden Van Dyke575789%35%$321,664 Fernando Perez831010812%34%$400,908 NYQUIST WORK ‘EXACTLY WHAT WE WANTED’            Kentucky Derby king Nyquist treated his fans to a public workout Saturday, recording his second breeze since finishing third in the Preakness Stakes on May 21, going five furlongs in 1:02.07 before the first race at Santa Anita.Regular rider Mario Gutierrez was aboard for the drill, which took place on a pristine track some 45 minutes before the first race of the day that went off at 1:32 p.m.Nyquist went the first quarter mile in a leisurely 26.08, then picked up the pace considerably to reach the half-mile marker in 49.20 before achieving a final time of 1:02.07.“It wasn’t super-fast, but it was exactly what we wanted,” trainer Doug O’Neill said after the work. “It was only his second breeze since the Preakness and I like the way he finished.“Our ultimate goal is the Breeders’ Cup Classic (at Santa Anita Nov. 5), so we’ll huddle up with the Reddams (Paul and Zillah) and the rest of the team and work backwards from that race. We’ll know more as we go along before coming up with a target race. He looked fantastic Sunday morning.”A decision on the next race for Nyquist may not surface for at least a week, because O’Neill is going on a rare and welcome vacation next week to Montana.“I’m looking forward to it,” he said. JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Joseph Talamo11721171718%47%$1,318,943 Martin Pedroza741081214%41%$348,010 FINISH LINES: Champion females Beholder and Stellar Wind, first and second in the Grade I Vanity Mile on June 4, each worked Sunday at Santa Anita for a possible rematch in the Grade I Clement L. Hirsch Stakes at Del Mar on July 30. Beholder went five furlongs in 59 flat for Richard Mandella, while Stellar Wind went the same distance in 1:00.80 for John Sadler, who called the drill “perfect.” Said Mandella: “It was a little faster than I wanted, but it was a nice five-eighths.” . . . San Felipe Stakes winner Danzing Candy worked six furlongs in 1:13 for Bob Baffert, who has the son of Twirling Candy set for next Saturday’s Grade III Affirmed Stakes. Leading rider Rafael Bejarano has the mount in the 1 1/16-mile race for three-year-olds . . . Santa Monica winner Lost Bus, prepping for the $100,000 Spring Fever Handicap on Monday, July 4, worked three furlongs for Gary Sherlock in 36 flat . . . Multiple graded stakes winner Om, back with Dan Hendricks after being turned out, went three furlongs in 38 seconds flat . . . Firing Line, second to Triple Crown king American Pharoah in the 2015 Kentucky Derby, worked five furlongs in 1:00.20 for Simon Callaghan, who has the son of Line of David on course for a meeting with California Chrome in the San Diego Handicap on July 23 . . . Santa Anita clockers had a busy Sunday, with 324 recorded workouts, including 30 on the training track . . . Santiago Gonzalez rides at Monmouth Park today, piloting El Deal for trainer Andrew Lakeman in the $75,000 Mr. Prospector Stakes for three-year-olds and up at six furlongs . . . On Friday, July 1 through Sunday, July 3, the largest Asian-themed night market in the United States takes place at Santa Anita in the form of 626 Night Market. The growing entertainment tradition features merchandise vendors, games, food, music, and more. For more information, visit santaanita.com/events or www.626nightmarket.com . . . Santa Anita resumes live racing on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. There is free Grandstand Admission Thursday and Friday, along with free general admission parking. Santa Anita offers holiday racing on Monday, July 4, with first post time at 1:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 11:30 a.m. Flavien Prat11732181527%56%$1,609,331 Jerry Hollendorfer671371319%49%$923,743 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Tim Yakteen2458121%58%$191,698 James Cassidy4064515%38%$365,475 Mike Puype4794519%38%$278,530 AWESOME AGAIN NEXT RACE FOR MELATONIN?SONGBIRD WORKS FOR EAST COAST CAMPAIGNNYQUIST ‘FANTASTIC’ AFTER PUBLIC WORKOUTMICHAEL WRONA & THE GOLD CUP–THEN & NOW REMATCH LOOMS FOR BEHOLDER, STELLAR WIIND Philip D’Amato852216726%53%$1,459,838 (Current Through Saturday, June 25) Chad Lindsay5676913%39%$168,150 Stewart Elliott888879%26%$362,515 Brayan Pena5865710%31%$144,225 Santiago Gonzalez15617222511%41%$909,200 Kent Desormeaux4667313%35%$261,175 Peter Miller531012619%53%$454,420 Doug O’Neill848151810%49%$587,826 TWENTY SIX YEARS LATER, WRONA IS AGAIN SPOT-ON WITH GOLD CUP CALL            It was 26 years ago, June 24, 1990, when a newly arrived 24-year-old Australian race caller named Michael Wrona called the action as reigning Breeders’ Cup Classic Champion, Horse of the Year and past Kentucky Derby winner Sunday Silence went toe to toe with eventual Horse of the Year Criminal Type in the 50th Grade I Hollywood Gold Cup.Wayne Lukas and Jose Santos were to triumph that day by a head over Charlie Whittingham and Patrick Valenzuela in a Gold Cup for the ages.Fast forward to yesterday, and Wrona, now at age 50 and like the late Whittingham, devoid of “topside cover,” was back at the Gold Cup microphone for the first time since 1999–this time as the newly minted Voice of Santa Anita.“I have to admit, as I was doing my preparation for the race and then again as they were going to the gate, I did reflect back on that first one with Sunday Silence and Criminal Type,” said Wrona. “There was so much drama with that one and yes, there was a lot of pressure too, because here I was, the new kid on the block and I’m calling what turned out to be one of the biggest races of the year.“I’m just so thankful to Santa Anita for allowing me the opportunity to do this job and be in a position to again call races of this magnitude. If you talk to guys like Joe Talamo, Gary Stevens and Mike Smith, this is what our sport is all about. Getting the best horses in their respective divisions together and deciding things on the track.”While Wrona allowed that yesterday’s field wouldn’t be compared to some of the epic runnings of the Gold Cup, dating back to Seabiscuit’s win in the inaugural edition in 1938, his adrenaline was flowing at full speed as the stretch run unfolded.“In my mind, there was no question that Melatonin was the horse to beat,” he said. “When he took the lead turning for home after those soft fractions, you knew he was going to be extremely tough, but Gary Stevens had other ideas. I mean, he had Win the Space, the longest shot in the race, in a position to win with less than a furlong to run but Melatonin showed his class and was drawing off at the end.”Wrona described it thusly: “Melatonin’s the leader. He’s pulling away. Dave Hofmans has transformed this gelding into a star stayer! Melatonin wins from Win the Space…”“We’ve seen some great performances just at this Spring Meet alone,” said Wrona. “From Songbird winning the Summertime Oaks and Beholder winning both the Adoration and the Vanity, Melatonin validated his win in the Big ‘Cap with that win yesterday and he proved he belongs on the same stage with the best horses in the country.”Fittingly, Michael Wrona has proven himself a worthy successor to one of Santa Anita’s all-time greats as he sets the stage daily in his hard-earned role as The Voice of Santa Anita. Martin Garcia751261216%40%$640,734 Edwin Maldonado12822191317%42%$880,206 SONGBIRD BREEZES FOR EAST COAST SWINGSuperstar filly Songbird, preparing for a tour back East that will include the Grade I Alabama Stakes at Saratoga on Aug. 20, worked four furlongs under regular rider Mike Smith early Sunday morning in 49.20 for Jerry Hollendorfer, who won six races Saturday, three at Santa Anita and three at the Oak Tree at Pleasanton session.“It was just a real nice work,” said the Hall of Fame trainer who has sent out more than 7,100 winners. “She went off slow and finished up good. We were all happy afterwards.”Addressing Saturday’s six victories, Hollendorfer took it in stride. “We had a real good day,” he said. “We’re very grateful.”Asked if he had ever won six races in one day, Hollendorfer said, “I don’t remember.” Mario Gutierrez63613310%35%$514,010 Bob Baffert44119625%59%$676,085 Alonso Quinonez4656611%37%$212,040 Brandon Boulanger4451411%23%$120,740 Peter Eurton3984521%44%$474,835 MELATONIN ‘LOOKS GOOD,’ COULD WAIT FOR AWESOME AGAINMelatonin, racing’s newest “overnight sensation,” was resting on his expanding laurels Sunday at Santa Anita, where the son of Kodiak Kowboy is unbeaten in four races, including two Grade I’s, the Santa Anita Handicap and yesterday’s Gold Cup at Santa Anita.The growing fan base of the five-year-old gelding trained by David Hofmans for Susan Osborne’s Tarabilla Farms may have to wait three months to see their hero race again.“So far he looks good,” said Hofmans, back on the beat as usual with his assistant and nephew, Brent Fabbri. “He ate up last night which is a key thing, because horses that run as hard as he did sometimes don’t eat up.“I was very proud of him. That was his best race. He ran two seconds faster than his last race at a mile and a quarter (1:59.79 for the Gold Cup; 2:02 flat for the Santa Anita Handicap on March 12). I was very pleased with his effort yesterday.“I don’t have a race in mind for him right now. I’ve got to give him time, because he’s not that big a horse. Maybe the Awesome Again here. I don’t know. We’ll see.”The Awesome Again will be run at Santa Anita on Oct. 1.Melatonin had not raced for two months before the Gold Cup, having finished second to Effinex in the Oaklawn Handicap April 16.For the 73-year-old Hofmans, who celebrated his fourth wedding anniversary Saturday with his wife, Linda Murray, widow of the late, great Los Angeles Times columnist, Jim Murray, Melatonin’s surprising success was but one in the 42-year racetrack run for the Los Angeles native.Hofmans won the 2003 Breeders’ Cup Distaff with 40-1 shot Adoration; the 2008 Turf Sprint at 36-1 with Desert Code; and the $4 million Classic in 1996 with Alphabet Soup, who paid $41.70 in upsetting two-time Horse of the Year Cigar. Hofmans also saddled Touch Gold for Frank Stronach to win the 1997 Belmont Stakes, costing Silver Charm the Triple Crown.The Gold Cup was a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” race, insuring a fees-paid berth to the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic at Santa Anita on Nov. 5, waiving a $150,000 entry fee. John Sadler59951215%44%$724,773 Rafael Bejarano15439292625%61%$2,151,727 Mark Glatt6210131016%53%$385,206 Tyler Baze16628312617%51%$1,370,529 Richard Baltas5199918%53%$387,870 Richard Mandella3385524%55%$674,950 Patrick Gallagher2662123%35%$221,670 Robertino Diodoro1967132%74%$280,910 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Steven Miyadi2556220%52%$168,675 Hector O. Palma2054025%45%$92,775 Simon Callaghan2653219%38%$250,320last_img read more

Dinosaur Skin Found, Possible Soft Tissue

first_imgA mostly-complete duck-billed Edmontosaurus dinosaur has been found in Montana, reported the Discovery Channel.  A patch of skin from the hip was recovered.  The team from North Carolina State University and Museum of Natural Sciences was very careful.  They wanted to preserve any possible soft tissue, using techniques developed by Mary Schweitzer that last year revealed possible blood cells in a T. rex (11/11/2006).  The traditional bone focus appears to be shifting:“We’ve only been looking at one thing in the past, the dinosaur skeletal system, but we could learn so much more if we could study their circulatory system and other body systems,” Vince Schneider, curator of paleontology at the museum, told Discovery News.Schweitzer’s lab will be examining the specimen in more detail.  The skin fragment was preserved in three dimensions.  The fossil was buried in “fine sandstone stream sediments,” the report claims.    Jim Gilchrist in The Scotsman commented on the rapid growth of dinosaur discoveries, saying we are entering a golden age of dinosaur hunting.  He referred to the soft-tissue phenomenon, quoting Dr. Peter Dodson (U of Pennsylvania) calling it “staggering.”Now that paleontologists are realizing more than bone can be preserved, the search is on for soft tissue.  This is a burgeoning field to watch.  Is it possible evolutionary bias toward millions of years hindered paleontologists from even considering the possibility of soft tissue?    A team member speculated that the area was “probably a large river delta that opened into an inland sea,” and that the creature “probably drowned crossing at high flow.”  No marks of predators were found.  Moreover, “Evidence also suggests a lush forest with hardwood vegetation and leafy plants once stood there,” the article states.  Hadrosaurs and ceratopsians are large animals that were apparently well fed and content at this location when they perished.  Exercise: if you are not convinced these behemoths were afraid of high water in a stream, think of another scenario for what might have happened.(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more