Mailbox over flowing this morning.
Women’s softball made the NCAA’s. Men’s crew edged by Huskies. Women took second as well.
Finau Dinner, Finomonal. Grealish and Hollingsworth put it on. High marks to both of them. Hollingsworth even had a slike show. Raised 15 grand. Alas, it conflicted with the Current team’s awards dinner held the same night. Hey. Who expects old Ruggers to be organized?
Emily’s letter got quite a response. Tuck Coop (Alumni President) and Sandy Barbour have exchanged e-mails attempting to put together a coordinated University effort regarding the
If you have any ideas, contact them. They’d love to hear from you.
Jeffrey Earl Warren ‘70
Click Below to read about:
1. Tennessee Game to be featured on Game Day on ESPN (Stoney will be trying to get on camera).
2. Richter’s comment on Google Ads and Ruggers
3. Ras’ synopsis of Director’s Cup
4. New Pole Vaulter
5. Greg’s update
6. Naked girls on Bear Skin Rugs.
1. From Coleman:
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By Ted Lee
With the scarcity of top match-ups on September 1st, plus the fact that the game is scheduled to be broadcast by ABC, the Cal-Tennessee game was a logical selection. The Cal-Tennessee game is currently the only college football game scheduled to be broadcast by ABC/ESPN while the only other intersectional match-up of even mild national interest is Notre Dame/Georgia Tech, which is scheduled to be televised by NBC. Other nationally televised games for that day are relatively low-profile; Kansas State at Auburn (ESPN or ESPN2), Arizona at BYU (Versus), Virginia at Wyoming (Versus), New Mexico at UTEP (CSTV), and Baylor at TCU (CSTV).
The college football pre-game show, which features host Chris Fowler along with analysts Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit, includes interviews, features, and prediction. From the set, the trio also offers updates during the day, as well as segments on ESPN's SportsCenter, College Football Scoreboard Show, and College GameDay Final. By going to a different campus each week and including a backdrop of hundreds, and sometimes thousands of people, the show helps show the sprit and energy unique to college football.
While preparations for the show will begin well in advance of September 1st, the
While no location has yet been finalized, sources close to the athletic department indicate that
Because the show will be broadcast at an hour far earlier than college students are accustomed to waking up on a Saturday, expect a significant effort from the marketing department to bolster attendance.
Official announcements from the
2. From Richter:
good post, good dinner, good guys, thanks for the poem Jeffrey... wondering about the Google suture ads ? was it cueing off of the word
checks should be written to "Try for Others" (It’s a tax exempt foundation). This will insure proper accounting and qualification for deductability. Send them to Steve Grealish,
3. From Ras:
In January the Association of of Collegiate Athletic Directors announced that the Golden Bears had moved ahead of Stanford and had taken over the lead for the Directors' Cup for the first time. Things are back to normal: At the end of the winter term Stanford was back in the lead with 997.5 points and the Bears were in second with 761.5. Stanfurd will probably win again, but the Bears will have their best finish ever, despite the fact that neither rugby nor men's crew, our two strongest programs, figures in the computations.
Other Pac 10: UCLA 12, Arizona State 13, USC 15, Washington 30, Arizona 38, Oregon 42, Oregon State 63, Washington State 73.
4. From Si and Winton:
5. Frorm Greg:
This link was posted on the "Bear Insider" Football Growls Board http://calbears.cstv.com/ot/cal-bears-poll.html. We thought some you on this e-mail list would like to vote. This is the text from the link,......... "YOUR Vote Counts!! We are re-naming the student section and we want YOUR input. It's time to bring together all the students and brand us as one name, one team. Click for your favorite name or if you think you have a better name, submit your idea in the OTHER box. Deadline to vote is Friday, May 18th!" You vote for one of these on the link: Bears Lair ..... The Cave .... The Claw ...... Blue Crew ..... Bear Force .....or Other" (where you get to write in your own name as a vote). To vote,
go to this link: http://calbears.cstv.com/ot/cal-bears-poll.html
Here is an article on football from the USA Today: Spring wrapup: Taking stock of football landscape
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/college/football/2007-05-06-spring-focus_N.htm Here is the coverage of the Pac-10: "One of
6. When are you going to learn. There ain’t never gonna be any naked girls on this sight. It’s just a ruse to get the college kids, and really old guys to click on over!