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MADISON Metal detectors will be utilized at all Kohl Center events this season, beginning with the Saturday, October 8th Milwaukee Bucks/Dallas Mavericks exhibition game. This, according to a statement issued to fans by Wisconsin Athletics officials.

detection is common practice throughout most professional sports venues and now colleges and universities are following suit, UW Director of Athletics Barry Alvarezsaid in the statement. No. 1 objective at our home events is the safety and security of the thousands of people who enter our facilities. first Wisconsin Badgersathletics event at which metal detection will be used will be the men hockey game against Boston College on Friday, October 14th.

Everyone wishing to enter the facility will be required to pass through the metal detectors in an effort to improve security at Badger sporting events.

Signage outside the Kohl Center will instruct fans as to which items can or cannot pass through the metal detectors.

No changes have been made to the current carry in policy, but in order to expedite entry into the Kohl Center,
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fans are encouraged to limit the number of items they bring to a game. As they approach the metal detectors outside the building, fans will need to remove cell phones, cameras, and keys from their pockets before going through the metal detectors. They will not need to remove items such as hats, jewelry, belts, shoes,
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IN THE ROMAN Empire, royalty and wealthy citizens would play quoits, a game where metal rings were tossed at upright pegs. But quoit rings were quite expensive, so the common folk decided that old horseshoes would do the trick. Today, no one has even heard of quoits, while the organized sport of horseshoes is probably the least publicized in the nation. But over the years, small societies of horseshoe pitchers have popped up all over the country, virtually unnoticed by the sporting community.

Today, the National Horseshoe Pitching Association boasts 40,000 members. Who would have known?

Sure enough, on this day, the horseshoe pits down by the Guadalupe River are quiet, except for racing winds and the clank of metal on metal. Huge oak trees sway and rustle, littering the ground with bits of dead leaves and twigs. Fluffy white particles from the creekside cottonwood trees scurry through the air under an overcast, muggy sky. Away from the dirt lot, nearby streets are littered with spilled trash cans, tattered clothing, beer cans, rusty bicycles and a roaming dog.

Two old timers stand cutting and sanding a table top inside what was before the flood of 1995 a kitchen. It’s one of three homemade shacks built by members to store equipment, sodas and whatever else they might bring to the courts.

Ray D. Lee, 67, a moistened cigarette pinched between his lips, cracks a few jokes before explaining how he got turned on to pitching horseshoes. “I went up to Spring Valley Golf Course, and I said, ‘There has to be a cheaper way,’ ” he explains in a smoky voice, his eyes twinkling. “Because I want to play the Lotto don’t want to spend it all on golf.”

Lee laughs hard, scrunching his eyes, his head tilted back slightly. It takes him a moment to recover, and he takes another drag. “There’s no ‘can’t’ in throwing horseshoes, it’s all ‘won’t,’ ” he says.

Out on the courts, an older couple take turns pitching shoes. Lee Engers, 74, stands no more than 5 foot 3. She wears a blue T shirt sporting a “San Jose Senior Games” logo. Her short white hair is tightly tucked beneath a baseball cap. Engers is one of about four women who belong to the San Jose Horseshoe Pitching Club. Total, there are approximately 30 members.

“It’s a mind game,” Engers says. “Your mind is your athlete. If your mind isn’t there, you won’t throw ringers.”

Engers and her partner, Don Kies, proudly explain that horseshoes is the second most difficult sport, billiards being the first.

Horseshoes weigh 2 1/2 pounds. Participants rarely break a sweat or feel sore after a game, but they certainly develop good hand eye coordination, a skill most people don’t realize they need to effectively pitch a horseshoe.

Wight tells me I can’t leave without a pitching a few shoes myself. I agree.

The horseshoe feels to be about the weight of a plate. Covered with bits of clay, the metal feels dry, like touching a chalkboard. Wight shows me where to stand women pitch from 30 feet, men from 40. “Swing your arm like you’re throwing a softball, and step forward like this,” Kies demonstrates from the sideline.

I stare directly at the post, swing my right arm, step forward and let fly. It lands about two pits over, near the picnic tables. Wight says I did pretty good for a beginner. They coax me into trying again. My second pitch is about as successful as the first. On my way out, Wight says to come back anytime. I smile.

Horseshoes is a competitive sport. Players can work toward the world tournament and, along the way, win prizes such as a plaque and maybe $20.

“There’s hardly any money,” Wight says. “Even the world champion doesn’t get a very large stipend. He gets about $4,000. It’s more of a prestige thing than a monetary thing.”

Most sports fans think of horseshoes as nothing more than a backyard barbecue sport. They’re right. But the backyards and barbecues are getting bigger.

Membership to the Northern California Horseshoe Pitchers Association costs $28 a year. Members are entitled to participate in 157 tournaments in Northern California, as well others throughout the United States and Canada.
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(WTNH) Spring time fashion is all about helping you make and feel good. With temps going up it’s time for men and women to put the boots away and show off some fashionable kicks.

Men’s Style Expert Matthew Simko shares what is “in” for men’s shoe fashion this season.

Tip to keeping boat shoe laces/moccasin laces tied: wet the area of the laces where the knot is tied. Tie the laces. As the laces dry, they will shrink a little bit and keep the knot in place.

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It’s that time again! Time to update the Tom’s Hardware BestConfigs! Once again, we are opening the field to user recommendations to get the best consensus for the absolute best of the best in each category. Post the best configuration you can put together for the following build category and our editorial team will pick 5 of the best to be put up to a public vote right here in the Systems forum. Please be sure to format your list of components as follows:Joe’s MicroATX Portal Turret Custom Case BuildProcessor: Component Name and Component PriceMotherboard: Component Name and Component PriceRAM: Component Name and Component PriceGraphics Card: Component Name and Component PriceHard Drive: Component Name and Component PriceCase: Component Name and Component PricePower Supply: Component Name and Component PriceCooling: Component Name and Component PriceDVD Burner: Component Name and Component PriceSee below for quick copy/paste text of the BBcode.[cpp]Joe’s MicroATX Portal Turret Custom Case BuildProcessor: Component Name and Component PriceMotherboard: Component Name and Component PriceRAM: Component Name and Component PriceGraphics Card: Component Name and Component PriceHard Drive: Component Name and Component PriceCase: Component Name and Component PricePower Supply: Component Name and Component PriceCooling: Component Name and Component PriceDVD Burner: Component Name and Component Price[/cpp]You can also use the Tom’s Hardware System Builder to build your recommendation and use the BBCode export option at the bottom of the build. axe to your face) AMD build Processor: AMD Phenom II X6 1100T $189.99 Motherboard: MSI 890GXM G65 AM3 AMD 890GX HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX AMD $129.99 RAM: CORSAIR XMS3 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240 Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2000 $129.99 Graphics Card: XFX HD 695X CDDC Radeon HD 6950 2GB 256 bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card with Eyefinity $249.99 Hard Drive: Corsair Force Series GT CSSD F60GBGT BK 2.5″ 60GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) $154.99 Case: IN WIN BR665 Black SECC steel MicroATX $74.99 Power Supply: Seasonic SS 560KM Active PFC F3, 560W ATX12V V2.3/EPS 12V V2.91, 80Plus Gold Certified, Modular Power Supply $129.99 Cooling: Dare I say it? YES. Stock AMD cooler. No real need to go with anything else as the price limit of $1200 keeps the upgrade from happening. Better to spend the money on other top performing parts and capabilities in the system and upgrade this aspect later on as it gets the job done perfectly. DVD Burner: SAMSUNG Black 12X BD ROM 16X DVD ROM 48X CD ROM SATA Internal Blu ray Drive Model SH B123L LightScribe Support $57.99Other options not listed above in the threads reference build specs. Storage drive. : Western Digital Caviar Blue WD5000AAKX 500GB 7200 RPM 16MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5″ $39.99Total price for this build from Newegg is $1194.91 at the time of writing this including the other option not listed in the primary build specs. Yes I am am an AMD fanboy so I stuck with what I like personally which is what matters The system is designed to be as future proof for a micro ATX as I could design at this time. The mobo supports the new AMD bulldozer processors (confirmed by msi) which will be an easy future upgrade. It also has a slew of awesome features and abilities such as. reasonable onboard graphics so when it does come time to retire the build, the vid card can be stripped out and onboard video can be used as an energy efficient desktop. Another plus is the 6Gb/s on board raid controller, USB 3.0 and SB850 South Bridge. The ram was carefully chosen as it is rated to pc2000, however with the new bulldozers, it will be run at 1866 so I may be able to squeeze a little extra out of it timing wise. That and Corsair XMS memory has NEVER let me down after all these years. The case is an outstanding build for a Micro ATX. Builds like a good sized mid tower with bottom mount power supply, plenty of room for whatever vid card you want. provisions for water cooling and multiple bottom drive and bay options. Video card was chosen as it is a short design at 10″ so fits the case well. Also it runs a slight overclock for a 9850 out of the box at 830 core / 1300 memory. Not to mention the XFX lifetime warranty on the card. impressive. The OS SSD Hard drive is a small beast. uses the latest SandForce SF 2200 for up to 555MB/s read 495MB/s Write and up to 80,000 iops. For my own build I am using this same drive but in a 120gb config. The price limitations of this thread keep it at a 60gb which is plenty for gaming, especially with the 500gb storage drive. Power supply is a gold certified unit. Efficiency is key to me!
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METHUEN When it comes to the holidays, 10 year old Kailey Moras would rather give gifts than receive them.

After school on Friday, Kailey, of Methuen, packed up a pickup truck with her parents and headed down to Boston to donate more than 500 children’s items to the nonprofit Cradles to Crayons.

Kailey got the idea to collect items to donate to kids in need from a segment on the Disney Channel about a girl collecting shoes. Just 7 years old at the time, Kailey approached her parents about starting a collection, and at first they didn’t take it seriously.

She was persistent, though, and eventually the family connected with Cradles to Crayons. Launched in 2002, Cradles to Crayons works to provide homeless or low income children from birth through age 12 with the essentials they need to thrive at home, at school and at play. The nonprofit has locations in Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago.

The family liked Cradles to Crayons because it helps children throughout Massachusetts by working with social workers to connect kids with the items they need.

To get her collection started that first year, Kailey asked friends attending her eighth birthday party in October to bring items she could donate to the nonprofit instead of regular birthday gifts.

Similar to her Disney Channel inspiration, Kailey focused on collecting footwear in her first year, calling her project Kailey’s Fantabulous Footwear. She set a goal of collecting 350 pairs of shoes and ended up donating 432 pairs.

Last year, she broadened her focus, changing the name of her collection to Kailey’s Fantabulous Fundraising. She donated 368 hats, 491 gloves and more than 100 crib sheets.

This year, she showed up at Cradles to Crayons in Boston’s Brighton neighborhood with 214 size 2t/3t outfits for toddlers, 219 onesies, 85 hats, 75 scarves and 31 gloves. She also received a donation of 5 Radio Flyer wagons, which she donated along with about 30 toys including a brand new bicycle, which she was “very excited” for.

Kailey and her mother, Nicole, run a Facebook page for Kailey’s Fantabulous Fundraising, through which they post photos of Kailey with items that have been given to her collection and encourage others to donate. Donations, both monetary and items, have come from near and far even as far away as California and from family, friends and strangers, thanks in part to the Facebook page.

“It’s just reached a lot of people,” Nicole Moras said.

Each year, Cradles to Crayons contacts the family to let them know what’s needed in their Giving Factory. This year, Kailey’s donations were in support of the nonprofit’s Gear Up for Winter initiative to provide children in need with the proper essentials to keep them safe and warm as the weather turns colder.

Kailey’s collection starts each year in the spring, and typically goes through the end of November, so the items can be donated before Christmas.

“Kailey is incredible,” said Lynn Margherio, founder and CEO of Cradles to Crayons Founder. “She’s helped more than 1,000 kids over the three years she’s been doing her collections for Cradles to Crayons. She’s an inspiration to us all.”

Kailey’s father, Jeff, said the family wants to “take it to that next level,” next year, expanding their reach beyond Facebook to garner even more donations.

“There’s a lot of things in that kids in Massachusetts need,” he said, adding that the family wants to collect so many donations they’ll need to rent a box truck just to get it all down to Boston.

“I want to just keep stepping it up,” his daughter said.

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Insurance paperwork may have led to an early Saturday morning theft.

Two Denton men met with officers at the Denton Police Department to report a theft that occurred at their home in the 5000 block of East McKinney Street. They believe that the suspects are the same people who stole their truck in Dallas earlier in morning hours.

According to the report, the officer thought it was possible that the suspects got the address from the insurance paperwork that was in the truck.

Other reports3900 block of East McKinney Street Denton officers were called to a residence in response to a domestic disturbance.

The victim reported that her boyfriend had beat her and kicked her out of their home. The report said the woman had injuries consistent with her story.

Officers attempted to contact the suspect but were unable to locate him. The victim went to stay with her sister for the rest of the night.

2700 block of West University Drive Denton officers were called in reference to a theft in progress Saturday. The suspect fled the location after being confronted by an employee.
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Contact Us,Some homegrown talent is starring in Season 12 of the beloved dance reality show So You Think You Can Dance. Tap dancer Gaby Diaz made the final cut to join the cast. The 19 year old initially auditioned twice, first in Houston and then in Detroit, on the invitation of the show’s judges, who were impressed with her tapping skills but less than impressed with her routine. Her second, pared down routine a jazzy take on traditional tap dancing wowed the panel of judges, which included Paula Abdul.

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“It’s easy for me to get rattled when I find out what style I have, but I really need to just tackle it as it were my specialty,” Diaz said about the show’s rigorous schedule. Dancers are assigned routines well outside of their specialty and judged on their performance. Diaz has already performed an intricate African jazz routine.

Diaz isn’t the first Miamian to storm the SYTYCD stages; the show actually has some pretty deep 305 roots. Jeanine Mason won the show’s fifth season, inspiring audiences with her graceful modern dance. Those are some pretty big dance shoes for Diaz to fill, but it looks like the tap dancer is up to the challenge.
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MENNAMAN, Anja (nee Franken) Passed gracefully and peacefully at home, surrounded by family, September 15, 2014, far too soon, in her 57th year. Anja will be loved and cherished beyond words every day by her loving husband Dave, and her beloved children of whom she was so proud, daughter Marika (Jeffery) and son Connor (Ally). Predeceased by her father “Joe” and mother Mia. Survived by her brother Bob and wife Heidi, and nieces and nephew Sarah, Katie, and Josh, and brother John. Anja will be missed by Dave’s parents, Ian and Margaret, brother Alan and wife Judy, their children, and Micaela. Anja also has an abundance of lifelong friends and colleagues (you know who you are), whose friendship, understanding, and compassion comforted her every day. Anja fought her cancer with strength, determination, and courage the same attributes that fueled her lifelong passion for running. She completed her first marathon, the Hamilton Road 2 Hope in November 2013. She completed three Around the Bay Road Races, and many other runs throughout her life. Anja will be missed by her knitting needles and quilting blocks. She will be missed by her running shoes, her bike, and her kayak. She will be missed by the Confederation Waterfront Trail, and the trails and waterways of Cape Cod, our “second home”. And she will be missed by the children and families she served so selflessly, and with such compassion and dedication as a Social Worker at the HWDSB. In lieu of flowers, Anja would be honoured by the supporting of Tim Horton’s Camp, McMaster Kids Camp, or any community agency that endorses a “Send a Kid to Camp” program. Thank you to all the members of the palliative team along the way. Especially Bridget (“Ingrid”) and Theresa from St. Joseph’s Home Care, whose quality and comforting care was exceeded by their dedication, dignity, and compassion. A very special thank you to Dave’s co workers, whose compassion, support, and assistance will never be forgotten. If only we could all have the vigour for life that Anja possesses. As she believed: “Life will have its way take it like a woman”
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“Socks are less expensive than other things,” Anika said. “If you are walking around and are homeless, your socks will get wet.”

After they learned about the need, Anika, Mary and Annabelle Donohoo, 11, teamed up to launch a socks drive at their school. The girls are determined to collect 1,000 pairs to donate to Humility of Mary Shelter, Davenport. So far, they have collected252 pairs.

The activity is part of the school’s project based learning on homelessness. According to Owen, the students take several weeks to answer an essential question of “What is it like to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes?”

Project based learning means Bettendorf students explore different ways to answer a specified question, Owen said. This goes on for several weeks during the academic year.

Sometimes, the students have better ideas for helping others than teachers do, Owen said. It was a student who suggested that fresh food items being thrown away at lunch in the middle school be retained and placed where students could eat them, say, before they got into sports or other after school activities.

According to Owen, the studentsbegan the project in October, called “Socktober.”

It is a cross curricular project this time, Owen said. The language arts students read novels on the topic; in social studies, the students studied geography and different cultures of the countries in the books. The math class did a unit on budgeting, and how a family of four lives at certain wage levels.

In addition, the class invited Christine Adamson, director of services at Humility of Mary Shelter, to speak.

Adamson sought to give the students context to their efforts to collect socks. She focused on the local homeless population and said homeless families are basicallythe same as the students’ families, except they don’t have a home at the moment.

“They have families, they go to school, they are cheerleaders and football players,” Adamson said. Often, she said the students are only aware of homeless people who are panhandling.

It’s also important, Adamson said, for the kids to make a difference with others. She challenged them: “Could you imagine waking up to go to school, and you have no socks, or they are wet? How much more confidence would you have if you put on clean socks in the morning, to start the day fresh?”

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Sixth grade students at Bettendorf Middle School are collecting 1,000 pairs of new, clean socks for the homeless population in the area. These will be donated to Humility of Mary Shelter, Davenport.

Donations will be taken until Dec. 15. To donate:

Drop them off in a collection box at the front door to Bettendorf Middle School, 2030 Middle Road, Bettendorf.

At this event, the students will also explain the project on homelessness, and show off shoes decorated as part of the learning lesson based on answering the question: “What is it like to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes?”
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If powerful men who engage in sexually inappropriate behaviour haven yet understood the message of the MeToo movement, let us spell it out: Unacceptable behaviour has consequences.

Former Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative leader Jamie Baillie learned that Wednesday.

Faced with an independent investigation findings into a sexual harassment allegation that concluded he had breached the House of Assembly policy on workplace harassment, Baillie bowed to his own party request that he immediately resign.

We not going to dwell on what this means for politics in Nova Scotia. That will sort itself out.

We also not going to dive into the still murky details of what led to those allegations.

The circumstances have differed each time a powerful man has been undone since MeToo roared to life last October. But the theme, sadly, is similar: harnessed to lust, as Globe and Mail columnist John Ibbitson puts it.

What MeToo has also done is empower those who, for far too long, have been unfairly silenced, ignored or even attacked for simply wanting to be respected and treated as fellow human beings.

That women are coming forward and that they now being listened to, more than ever are signs of progress in an otherwise dismal story.

That women still need to demand they not be treated as objects for men sexual gratification is a sign of how far we all have yet to go.

Examples can be found in other, far louder MeToo earthquakes this week.

Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown was forced to step down by his own party early Thursday after public allegations by two women one of whom worked for him that years ago Brown had plied them with alcohol and then sexually taken advantage of them.

Again, with five months to go before Ontarians go to the polls, the news has deep political implications, but we not going to go there.

For the record, Brown categorically denies the allegations. The evidence including text messages, photographs and corroborations by friends and family is compelling.

But what most striking is we again seeing women willing to speak out. has been rocked this week by a scandal involving hundreds of Britain most powerful, rich men and their reportedly appalling behaviour many drunkenly pawing young hostesses made to wear skimpy dresses at a charity auction event.

As a result of an expos published Wednesday by an undercover reporter from The Financial Times she took a job as a hostess the Presidents Club Charitable Trust, which has run men only charity events for 33 years to benefit children causes, has now closed its doors.

The fallout has likely only begun for many of those in attendance.

It frankly astounding that, in light of the steep fall from grace of Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and many other powerful male figures in politics, entertainment and media over sexual misconduct allegations, anyone could have thought that holding such an event was a good idea or a bad one they could get away with.

Then, late Thursday, came word that Kent Hehr, federal minister for Sports and Persons with Disabilities, had resigned from cabinet pending a probe into allegations he had made sexually inappropriate comments to women when he served as an MLA in the Alberta legislature.
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