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Qantas to Add More Dallas/Fort Worth Flights - Sacramento Bee

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
DFW and the American Airlines alliance are part of Qantas' international strategy to serve key global hubs and develop stronger relationships with airline partners. Qantas' Executive Manager, Stephen Thompson, said the demand for flights to DFW had been extremely pleasing. "We are delighted to be offering more frequent flights from Dallas/Fort Worth after a successful first year of operation on the route," Mr. Thompson said. "This announcement is all about putting our gateway strategy into action and building a stronger Qantas International for our customers." "As a perfectly located hub airport less than four hours from every major US city, DFW offers excellent connections to Australia for American visitors." "We codeshare with American Airlines on flights from around 60 destinations into DFW, tapping into an enormous inbound tourism market." "Since launching our joint business agreement with American Airlines earlier this year, we have worked closely together to maximize tourism and trade between Australia and the United States." "With additional capacity on the route we look forward to bringing even more US visitors to Australia and onward throughout Qantas' unmatched Australian domestic network." About Qantas Airways Qantas is the only airline offering A380 service from the U.S. on select non-stop ...

'Wonderboy' climbs in for second UFC match - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Simpsonville’s Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson impressed everyone with a victory by knockout in his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) debut last February. Well, almost everyone. “He hasn’t faced nobody really tough,” said Matt “The Immortal” Brown, who is Thompson’s opponent tonight at UFC 145 in Atlanta. “I’m not too concerned with this guy’s kickboxing. I can go 100-0 beating a bunch of idiots, but that’s not ...

Why the US failed vs. El Salvador - ESPN

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Jaime Alas' game-tying goal. Shea wasn't alone, though. The decision of Mix Diskerud and Michael Stephens to both chase the ball during that buildup was equally fatal, as was the backline's collective failure to step to Alas. Then there was the far-too-tepid performance against Canada, which is when this qualifying campaign really went off the rails. This was as much a failure of the players as it was the coaches, and hints further that much more needs to be done in terms of player development. It will be difficult to determine just how damaging the failure to qualify is. The Oly...

Emma L. Galmbacher, 100, vaudeville performer

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
L. Galmbacher, a former vaudeville performer and longtime department store clerk, died Friday in her Orchard Park home. She was 100. Born in Buffalo, the former Emma L. Eisenhardt was educated at St. Stephen’s School. In her early years, she supported her family during the Depression by singing and dancing in vaudeville shows that also included performances at Shea’s Buffalo, family members said. She met her husband, Frank, while p... (The Buffalo News)

Obituary for James Stephenson

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Jr.RINGGOLD James B. Stephenson Jr., 75, died Tuesday, March 20, 2012, in a local health care facility.He was a graduate of Summerville High School, Chattooga County, Georgia, and attended Alabama Polytechnic Institute (API) in Auburn, Alabama. He began land surveying in his youth with his father, a civil engineer. From 1956 to 1967, he worked as a maintenance engineer with Battey State Hospital in Rome, Ga. Mr. Steph... (Chattanooga Press)

Mel Parnell, Former Red Sox Pitcher, Dies at 89

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Ted Williams, Dom DiMaggio, Johnny Pesky, Bobby Doerr and Vern Stephens. But they never won a pennant. Mostly their problem was the Yankees, who were then embarking on perhaps the most dominant stretch in their history. The Yanks won five straight World Series from 1949-53, but they posed considerably less of a problem for Parnell than for almost any other pitcher. Parnell beat them 15 times during that five-year stretch (though in the two final games of the 1949 season that decided the pennant, he pitched poorly as the Sox lost). In 1953, Parnell was 5-0 against the Yankees, giving up just three earned runs in 42 innings. Remarkably, four of the wins were shutouts. He was so good against them “that I was given the nickname Yank,” his son, born in Boston in 1950, said in an interview on Wednesday. “I was also the first Yankee in the family.” Melvin Lloyd Parnell was born in New Orleans on June 13, 1922. His father, Patrick, was a mechanic on the Illinois Central Panama Limited, a passenger train that ran between New Orleans and Chicago. Young Mel played first base for his high school team. “He didn’t want to pitch because he wanted to play every day,” his son said. Nonetheless, his coach often asked him to pitch batting practice before the team was about to face a lefty, and he earned the nickname Dusty because he kept the ball low. A Red Sox scout was in the stands on the day young Mel was asked, to his surprise, to pitch a crucial game; he threw a shutout, striking out 17, and the scout signed him to a contract. He pitched for two years in the minor leagues before serving stateside in the Army Air Forces during World War II, with a third season in the minors afterward. He pitched his first game for Boston on April 20, 1947. After his playing career was cut short by an elbow injury, he managed in the minor leagues and was a Red Sox broadcaster. He was behind the microphone when the Sox defeated the Minnesota Twins and won the American League pennant in 1967. He was credited with popularizing the name “the Pesky pole,” for Fenway’s right-fi... (New York Times)

Dr. John P. Shayne - Staunton News Leader

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Bonnie Neel Shayne; daughters, Mary Shayne Brophy and her husband, Stephen J. Brophy of Dublin, Ireland; Christine Shayne Medina and her husband, Mario R. Medina of San Antonio; a son, Timothy Patrick Shayne of Seneca, S.C.; a sister, Mary Shayne Mercuris and her husband, Bret Mercuris; and brother, Michael T. Shayne and his wife, Caryn. He also is survived by his granddaughter, Elena Michelle Medina and her sister, Gabriela, as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his parents, Roger C. and Mary J. Shayne; and his sisters, Rita and Eileen Shayne. It was John's wish to donate his body to a medical school when he entered eternal life. He wanted to pass along the gift he received in anatomy class to another. John's body will be donated to the medical school at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Services will be in San Antonio Friday and Saturday, March 16 and 17, 2012. For those interested, in lieu of flowers, two charities would be grateful to receive donations in John's name: Society of St. Vincent de Paul, 10703 Wurzbach Road, San Antonio, TX 78230-2499 and St. Anthony School Capital Campaign, 307 Gower St., Greenville, SC 29611. You may sign the online guestbook at under the obituary section.

Andrew Breitbart, barrier-busting media critic - Washington Post (blog)

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
In reporting, you get used to that. Later, his website enjoyed a real heyday with the exclusive reporting that I and my partner Joe Stephens did on the Obama administration’s flawed decisions in funding solar startup Solyndra.” Leonnig also notes: “To his credit, he never declined an interview.” The Internet bears testament to the guy’s media-friendliness. Though he died far too young, he claimed a lifetime’s share of bandwidth. If there was a camera available, there was Breitbart, taking all questions and free-associating himself into monologue territory. Jeremy Peters of the New York Times reported that he “passes along his personal e-mail address to almost anyone who asks.” His frequent appearances on cable networks plus his Web site properties, featuring Big Government, Big Journalism and Big Hollywood, made him perhaps the most successful member-cum-critic of the mainstream media. One of Zernike’s own recollections reflects just how quickly Breitbart could change hats: “I had seen him only once before, at the Tea Party convention in Nashville in February 2010, before he was about to take the stage to introduce Sarah Palin. He was hanging around the risers in back where the cameras were set up, with a glass of wine in his hand, joking around with some of the reporters. I didn’t realize who he was. I thought he was just another reporter, then suddenly he was onstage delivering this fiery anti-media speech.” Pity the obituary writers, who have to sort through Breitbart’s various roles and, in some cases, his contempt for their own media outlets. William McDonald, the obituaries editor of the New York Times, says that “if Breitbart had an ax to grind with the New York Times, which I’m sure he did,” that consideration wouldn’t necessarily figure in the obit coverage “unless it became a news event.” And just what qualifies as a news event these days is anyone’s guess. Andrew Meacham, a reporter at the Tampa Bay Times who does obituaries, voices the sentiment that many of Breitbart’s targets in the mainstream media must feel: “The conundrum about him, just having seen him on television, is that I can’t figure out if he was really a committed ideologue who was also trying to make a name for himself, or if he was largely having fun by creating this character, and in the course of doing that, sometimes got carried away with himself.” ...

2 goal-line technology systems for soccer OKd - San Francisco Chronicle

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Fresno State Stanford starter Brett Mooneyham (3-0) tied his career high with 13 strikeouts, taking a no-hitter into the sixth and pitching seven shutout innings in a 16-0 win at Fresno State. Stephen Piscotty fell a homer short of the cycle, going 4-for-5, for the second-ranked Cardinal (9-1). -- Chadd Krist had three RBIs, and Danny Oh and Derek Campbell each had two as Cal beat visiting Lehigh 9-3. Justin Jones (2-1) pitched seven shutout innings as the Bears (6-2) kept Lehigh (2-3) off the board until the ninth inning. -- In college swimming, Stanford claimed its 31st-straight conference title at the Pac-12 Men's Swimming Championships at East Los Angeles College. Cal was second. -- In college rugby, Jake Anderson slotted the go-ahead penalty kick with no time remaining as Cal (11-1) slipped past host Utah (4-3), 23-22. High schools: The boys basketball team from an Orthodox Jewish school fell just short in its state championship run after a semifinal game in Fort Worth, Texas, was rescheduled to not conflict with the Sabbath. Beren Academy lost 46-42 to Abilene Christian in the championship Saturday night. Beren's semifinal originally was set for Friday night. Beren students say their faith prohibits participation between sunset Friday and sunset Saturday. Tennis: Kevin Anderson took out Andy Roddick on Friday night, then bounced John Isner on Saturday from the Delray Beach (Fla.) International Tennis Championships. The 36th-ranked South African beat Isner 7-5, 7-6 (4) and will face qualifier Marinko Matosevic of Australia in today's final. The 173rd-ranked Matosevic reached his first career final with a 5-7, 6-4, 7-6 (7) victory over Dudi Sela of Israel. -- Roger Federer edged Andy Murray 7-5, 6-4 to win his fifth Dubai Championships title in the United Arab Emirates. -- Taiwan's Hsieh Su-Wei reached the Malaysian Open final in Kuala Lampur by defea...

Obituary for BORLAND

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Cecil in 1959; her parents; her brother John; and numerous brothers and sisters-in-law. She is survived by her children, John P. (Pat) Borland and wife Dolores of Albuquerque, Stephen Borland and wife Mary Helen, Lizabeth Roberts and husband Dr. Lewis, and Mary Ellen Schwarz and husband Paul all of Santa Fe; nine grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. A special thanks to the staff at Ponce de Leon who cared for Mary for five years and to Ambercare and El Castillo who cared for her for the past 20 months. The Mass will be celebrated Friday, March 2, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 1301 Osage Ave., Santa Fe. Instead of flowers donations can be made to the American Cancer Society or the charity of your choice. Berardinelli Family Funeral Svs 1399 Luisa Street Santa Fe, NM 87505 (505) 984-8600 Please sign our guestbook online at         Published on: Wed February 29, 2012 ... (Albuquerque Journal)

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