Just got back Sunday from spending time in Florida with a friend Bill Keck from Davenport and we discussed a lot of people we New Era snapbacks
enjoyed being with back in the 70's. Ironically I got a call regarding Steve's death this morning. from Bill. I remember many great times spent with Steve out on the road traveling for Ford throughout Iowa as well as trips in the summer up to Saugatuck MI during the big holiday weekends. Remember Sunday family meals at the Schrickers. who were New Era Caps
always gracious hosts. I also was a friend of Dave and was surprised to see Dave had passed as well. My condolences go out to Steve's mother Dorothy and sister Mary as well as his wife Lisa and whole family. May God ease your burden during these tough times. Dave Kennedy ( Spring Lake, MI )
The main culprit here seems to have been legislation that passed the House Ways Means Committee on October 15 eliminating the deductibility of interest on debt used for corporate takeovers.Two economists from the Securities and Exchange Commission, Mark Mitchell and Jeffry Netter, published a study in 1989 concluding that the anti takeover legislation did trigger the crash.
In the first photo, the Monarchs went on to win the game 69 65 and won the WNBA Championship that year. A Nikon D1H camera body was used in the first one and a Nikon D300s was used for the photo taken Tuesday night. Getting good reaction like this is a test of patience. What I mean by that is, I see too many young photographers (and some older ones too) that immediately begin to "chimp" their cameras after a shot has been made instead of staying with the play. You can't press the shutter if your head is looking elsewhere, there is plenty of time to "chimp" during timeouts. You also need to take a little risk, and what New Era Hats
I mean by that is don't always shoot from the offensive side of the court when you are covering "your" team. I've found that the best reaction photos I've taken are from the defensive side after the shot is made and the player is heading back down court.
Architect Green, who drew up the plans for the theatre and will superintend the construction, explained the changes in the plans and why each was made. The final action of the board was to accept the plans and give the contractors, Vuono and Harris, permission to go forward with the work. The estimates for the plumbing, electric wiring and heating are still to come in, and until the plans New Era Hats
for these have been received and accepted, no permits will be given for the work.
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