Saturday, October 25, 2014

It's Saturday












It's Saturday. Here's what's happening....

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Today is October 25th, the 297th day of 2014. There are 68 days left in the year.

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Bruins' Chara out 4-6 weeks with knee injury.

Video: MTS Centre crowd sings 'O Canada'.

Visit the official league website, http://www.nhl.com.

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The first U.S. trademark was given on this date in 1870. The recipient was the Averill Chemical Paint Company of New York City.

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Winnipeg, MB. -- The Tampa Bay Lightning used a big second period against the Winnipeg Jets on Friday to ensure a winning five-game road trip.

Read the rest here.

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On this date in 1881, the founder of "Cubism," Pablo Picasso, was born in Malaga, Spain.

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Tickets On Sale Now for U.S. National Under-18 Team
Game Versus Adrian College at Winterfest
Outdoor Game to be Played at Fifth Third Field in Toledo, Ohio
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Tickets are available now for the contest between the U.S. National Under-18 Team and Adrian College which will be played on an outdoor rink at Fifth Third Field in Toledo, Ohio during Winterfest 2014 presented by ProMedica. The two teams will play New Year’s Eve (December 31, 2014) at 4 p.m. EST.
The contest will mark the first-ever outdoor game played by any team from USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program.
Tickets are $10 and all seating for the game is general admission. Fans can reserve tickets by calling the Toledo Walleye box office at (419) 725-WALL (9255) or by going online here.
Winterfest 2014 is a 10-day community-wide outdoor celebration taking place December 26, 2014 - January 4, 2015. Fifth Third Field, home of Minor League Baseball's Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens, will be converted from a baseball field into an outdoor hockey rink during the festivities. The NHL-sized rink will stretch across the infield with the two goals near first and third base. 
ABOUT THE NTDP: In 1996, USA Hockey launched a new initiative called the National Team Development Program, based in Ann Arbor, Mich. Celebrating its 18th season of play in 2014-15, the goal of this full-time development program is to prepare student-athletes under the age of 18 for participation on U.S. National Teams and success in their future hockey careers. Its efforts focus not only on high-caliber participation on the ice, but creating well-rounded individuals off the ice.

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Alber B. Fall, of U.S. President Harding's cabinet, was found guilty of taking a bribe on this date in 1929. He was sentenced to a year in prison and fined $100,000.

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The Tampa Bay Juniors played last weekend, with the Empire team winning twice and the Elite team once.

On Saturday the 18th, the Empire team scored three times in the second and once more in the third, then held on to beat the Palm Beach Hawks 4-3. Steven Noyes and Brandon Napoli scored once each, Mason Ledbetter twice for the Juniors, who got 36 saves from Sam Coleman. Tampa Bay was 1-for-6 on the power play and 6-of-7 on the penalty kill.

On Sunday the 19th, the Empire team won again, edging the Florida Eels in overtime, 4-3. Max Mulholland, Nathan Glick and Steven Noyes all scored in the second period, while Noyes netted the winner in overtime. Zac Gazzanna made 29 saves for Tampa Bay, which went 2-for-8 on the power play and 2-for-4 on the penalty kill.

Also on Sunday the 19th, the Elite team won, beating the Eels 3-2. Jared Goudreau scored twice and Trey Stern once. Michael Krch stopped 42 shots for the Juniors, who were 1-for-3 on the power play and 5-of-5 on the penalty kill.

Coming up this weekend, the Juniors take on the Florida Eels. On Saturday, the games, in Fort Myers, start at 3:20pm EDT for the Empire and 8:45pm EDT for the Elite. On Sunday, the scene shifts to Ellenton for the Empire game at 9:30am EDT and 12:15pm EDT for the Elite game. All games are available on Fasthockey.com.

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"The Time of Your Life," by William Saroyan, opened in New York on this date in 1939.

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Coming up next for the 9-8 Riders is a week 19 bye, followed by a week 20 home game against the Edmonton Eskimos on Saturday, November 8th, which wraps up the regular season. Game time at Regina's Mosaic Stadium is 7:00pm EST. Catch all the action with Rod Pedersen and Carm Carteri on 620 CKRM, the Rider Radio Network and 620ckrm.com. The game can be seen in Canada on TSN and in the U.S. on ESPN3.com. Calgary next hosts Winnipeg on Saturday, November 1st.

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U.S. cabinet meeting was televised for the first time on this date in 1954.

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Als pull out important win on emotional night.

2014 CFL.ca Game Notes: A look at Week 18.

Please visit the league's official website, cfl.ca.

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The microwave oven, for home use, was introduced by The Tappan Company on this date in 1955.

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Tampa, FL. -- The Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have become all too accustomed to last place in recent years. That doesn't appear likely to change this season.

Read the rest here.

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On this date in 1960, t
he Accutron watch by the Bulova Watch Company was introduced.

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Stanford, CA. -- Beavers Travel to Bay Area to Face Stanford

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American author John Steinbeck was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature on this date in 1962.

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San Francisco, CA. -- Friday night's 3-2 defeat in Game 3 of the 2014 World Series reminded the Giants exactly what they must do against the Kansas City Royals to emerge with a victory -- get an early lead.

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On this date in 1971, t
he U.N. General Assembly voted to expel Taiwan and admit mainland China.

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Look, Daddy, some kid gave me a baseball!

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You're reading the Johnny Blog. Almost as much fun as talking to a new friend on Facebook, isn't it?

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Today in Elvis History:

1977 - 
The album "Elvis - A Legendary Performer, Vol. 2" was certified gold by the RIAA. 

1990 - The Elvis Presley compilation album "Known Only to Him: Elvis Gospel 1957-1971" was released. 

1990 - The Elvis Presley album "How Great Thou Art" was released on CD. 

1994 - The Elvis Presley compilation album "Amazing Grace - His Greatest Sacred Performances" was released.

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AT&T Corp. announced on this date in 2000 that it would restructure into a family of four separately traded companies (consumer, business, broadband and wireless).

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Today in Beatles History:

1962 - 
The Beatles did their first-ever interview. It was for the radio station at Cleaver and Clatterbridge Hospital. 

1963 - In Karlstad, the Beatles began their first tour of Sweden. 

1964 - The Beatles won five Ivor Novello Awards frm the British music industry. 

1968 - John Lennon and Yoko Ono announced that their first child should be born the next January. Yoko miscarried. 

1974 - John Lennon completed his self-produced sessions for his "Rock 'n' Roll." 

1990 - John Lennon's album "Rock N Roll" was released on CD. 

2005 - George Harrison's remastered live album "The Concert for Bangladesh" was released.

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TV TONIGHT: MLB WORLD SERIES - The series continues in San Francisco with Game 4. The Royals lead the Giants 2 games to 1. (7:30p ET, FOX)

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Today in Sports History:

1947 - 
The Army football team was defeated by Columbia 21-20. The team had gone unbeaten in 32 games that spanned four seasons. They had earned two national titles in the same time frame. 

1964 - Cotton Davidson (Oakland Raiders) threw for 427 yards in a 40-7 victory over the Denver Broncos. 

1964 - Jim Marshall (Minnesota Vikings) picked up a San Francisco fumble and ran the wrong way 66 yards into his own team's end zone for a safety. 

1978 - Gaylord Perry became the first pitcher to win the Cy Young Award in both leagues when he won the award in the National League. 

1981 - David Woodley (Miami Dolphins) passed for 408 yards in a 28-27 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. 

1981 - Brian Sipe (Cleveland Browns) threw for 444 yards in a 42-28 victory over Baltimore. 

1986 - The Boston Red Sox lost Game 6 of the World Series to the New York Mets. The winning run was scored in the 10th inning when a ground ball went through Boston first baseman Bill Buckner's legs. 

1987 - The Minnesota Twins defeated St. Louis in the first World Series to include indoor games. It was the first championship for the Twins. 

1998 - Jason Elam (Denver Broncos) kicked a 63-yard field goal. The kick tied Tom Dempsey's 28-year-old NFL record. 

1998 - Jerry Rice (San Francisco 49ers) set an NFL record when he caught a pass in his 184th consecutive game. Also during the game, Rice became the first player to surpass 17,000 career receiving yards. 

1998 - Cris Carter (Minnesota Vikings) broke the team record when he caught a pass in his 106th straight game. He also tied Bill Brown's Minnesota record of 76 career touchdowns in the 34-13 victory over the Detroit Lions. 

2000 - NBA Commissioner David Stern announced that the Minnesota Timberwolves would forfeit their next five first-round draft picks and would be fined $3.5 million due to violations of the NBA's salary cap. 

2003 - Bobby Bowden (Florida State) became the winningest coach in major college football history with his 339th victory. 

2005 - The Chicago White Sox defeated the Houston Astros 7-5 in the first World Series game to be held in Texas. The game also was the longest in World Series history at 5 hours and 41 minutes. The game actually ended on October 26th. 

2009 - The New York Yankees won their 40th American League pennant.

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It was announced on this date in 2001, that scientists had unearthed the remains of an ancient crocodile which lived 110 million years ago. The animal, found in Gadoufaoua, Niger, grew as long as 40 feet and weighed as much as eight metric tons.

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Coming Up:

Tonight --

USPHL Empire Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Florida Eels 3:20pm EDT

College Football -- Oregon State Beavers at Stanford Cardinal 3:30pm EDT

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning at Minnesota Wild 8:00pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants vs Kansas City Royals (World Series Game 4) 8:00pm EDT 

USPHL Elite Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Florida Eels 8:45pm EDT

Sunday --

USPHL Empire Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors vs Florida Eels 9:30am EDT

USPHL Elite Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors vs Florida Eels 12:15pm EDT

NFL Football -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Minnesota Vikings 1:00pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants vs Kansas City Royals (World Series Game 5) 8:00pm EDT 

Monday --

Nothin' Doin'

Tuesday --

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning vs Arizona Coyotes 7:30pm EDT

MLB --San Francisco Giants vs Kansas City Royals (World Series Game 6) 8:00pm EDT (If necessary)

Wednesday --

MLB -- San Francisco Giants vs Kansas City Royals (World Series Game 7) 8:00pm EDT (If necessary)

Thursday --

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning vs Philadelphia Flyers 7:30pm EDT

Friday --

Nothin' Doin'

Saturday --

Nascar Nationwide Series -- O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway 3:30pm EDT

USPHL Empire Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors vs Palm Beach Hawks 5:15pm EDT

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning vs Washington Capitals 7:00pm EDT

USPHL Elite Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors vs Palm Beach Hawks 8:00pm EDT

College Football -- Oregon State Beavers vs California Golden Bears 10:30pm EDT

Sunday --

USPHL Empire Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors vs Palm Beach Hawks 9:30pm EDT

USPHL Elite Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors vs Palm Beach Hawks 12:15pm EDT

NFL Football -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Cleveland Browns 1:00pm EST

Nascar Sprint Cup Series -- AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway 3:00pm EST

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That's all for today. Thanks for stopping by, see you tomorrow.

Calgary blitzes Riders in 4th to grab win









Calgary, AB. -- A strong 4th quarter by the Calgary Stampeders was the difference Friday night, in a 40-27 with over the Saskatchewan Roughriders in front of 35,400 at McMahon Stadium in Calgary.

Calgary took the opening possession of the game at their own 37, driving to the Roughrider 30, from where Rene Paredes would miss a 37 yard field goal. The ball would stay in the end zone however, with the single giving the Stampeders a 1-0 lead, 4:39 into the contest. On Saskatchewan's second possession, Keith Toston busted his first-ever carry for 41 yards. That would eventually lead to a 32 yard Chris Milo field goal with 3:18 to play in the first, putting the Riders up 3-1. The lead would last 'til the end of the first quarter, when, on the final play of a 6 play, 72 yard drive, Matt Walter would run one in from 23 yards out. The Paredes convert would give Calgary an 8-3 lead after one.

Keyed by a 35 yard pas play from Kerry Joseph to Brett Swain, Jospeh went the final 24 yards with a pass to Rob Bagg for Saskatchewan's first major of the night. The Milo convert, coming at the end of a 4 play, 76 yard drive, gave the Roughriders a 10-8 advantage, with 7:56 to play 'til two quarter time. The lead would grow on their next possession, as Milo would boot a 33 yard field goal with 2:58 to play in the half, giving Saskatchewan a 13-8 lead. The Riders would add more points in the half's final minute, as Brian Peters picked off Bo Levi Mitchell, returning it 15 yards for the score. Milo converted with 54 seconds left, putting Saskatchewan up 20-8. Set up by a good return and a pass interference call in the end zone, Calgary's Drew Tate would score from 1 yard out. Paredes would convert with 6 seconds to play, making the score 20-15 in favor of the Roughriders.

Saskatchewan opened up the scoring in the second half, getting a pass from Joseph into the left flat to Chris Getzlaf for a 40 yard touchdown. Milo kicked the convert and with 8:10 to play in the third, the Riders were up by 12, at 27-15.

The Stamps would put together a drive deep into Saskatchewan end zone, culminating in a Jock Sanders 11 yard touchdown catch from Mitchell. The two-point conversion pass fell incomplete, leaving the Roughrider lead at 6 at 27-21, with 3:18 gone in the final quarter. Trapped deep in their own territory, Josh Bartel conceded a safety touch with 9:45 to go, slicing the Roughrider lead to 27-23. Calgary would take the kick and run the ball out to their own 50. After one first down run, and a 22 yard pass down the left sideline to Eric Rogers, A couple of plays later, Mitchell would roll out of trouble, finding Nik Lewis at the 3. Walter would then go up the middle the rest of the way for the major. With the Paredes convert, the Stampeders went up 30-27, with 6:23 to play in regulation. Saskatchewan would start their ensuing possession at their own 26. On second down, Joseph was picked off by Jamar Wall, who took it back 50 yards for the touchdown. The Paredes convert put Calgary up by 10, at 37-27, with 5:01 to play in the fourth quarter. Brandon Smith picked off Joseph in the next possession, returning the ball to the 18 yard line. They would turn that turnover into an 18 yard Paredes field goal, taking a 40-27 lead with 2:22 remaining in the game. The Riders attempted to mount a scoring drive, but Wall picked off Joseph in the end zone, ending the threat with 50 seconds left. The Stamps ran out the clock from there, winning by 13.

For Calgary, Bo Levi Mitchell was 21-of-31 for 231 yards, 1 touchdown and 1 interception. Matt Walter rushed 12 times for 69 yards and 2 touchdowns, while Drew Tate also had a rushing touchdown. Nik Lewis had 9 catches for 98 yards, Jock Sanders caught 1 pass for an 11 yard major. Rene Paredes was 1-for-2 on field goals, 4-of-4 on converts and had a missed field goal single, while Rob Maver punted 7 times for a 45.1 yard average. Buddy Jackson had 6 tackles and Jamar Wall had 2 interceptions, returning one for a touchdown. For Saskatchewan, Kerry Joseph was 21-of-37 passing for 322 yards, 2 touchdowns and 3 interceptions. Keith Toston rushed 6 times for 72 yards, Chris Getzlaf caught 6 passes for 106 yards and a touchdown, Rob Bagg caught 6 passes for 85 yards and a touchdown, Chris Milo was 2-of-2 on field goals and 3-of-3 on converts and Josh Bartel punted 6 times for a 44.3 yard average. The defence was led by Brian Peters, who had 10 tackles, 1 special teams tackle and an interception return for a touchdown.

In team stats, the Riders had 18 first downs, rushed for 76 yards, passed for 322 and had a net of 374. The Stampeders had 23 first downs, rushed for 112 yards, passed for 231 for a net 319. Saskatchewan had 13 penalties for 90 yards, 3 sacks, held the ball for 27:56 and turned the ball over 3 times. Calgary had 6 penalties for 68 yards, recorded 3 sacks, held the ball for 32:04 and turned the ball over once.

Coming up next for the 9-8 Riders is a week 19 bye, followed by a week 20 home game against the Edmonton Eskimos on Saturday, November 8th, which wraps up the regular season. Game time at Regina's Mosaic Stadium is 7:00pm EST. Catch all the action with Rod Pedersen and Carm Carteri on 620 CKRM, the Rider Radio Network and 620ckrm.com. The game can be seen in Canada on TSN and in the U.S. on ESPN3.com. Calgary next hosts Winnipeg on Saturday, November 1st.

Friday, October 24, 2014

It's Friday












It's Friday. Here's what's happening....

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Today is October 24th, the 296th day of 2014. There are 69 days left in the year.

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Super 16: Time needed to judge young goalies.

Parise gets personal in Hockey Fights Cancer video.

Visit the official league website, http://www.nhl.com.

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Today's Birthdays: Former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman is 78. F. Murray Abraham is 75. Kevin Kline is 67. B.D. Wong (Oz, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) is 54. Rapper Drake is 28.

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Winnipeg, MB. -- Lightning look to continue winning ways on long road trip.

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On this date in 1632, scientist Anthony van Leeuwenhoek was born in Delft, Holland. He created the first microscope lenses that were powerful enough to observe single-celled animals.

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Calgary, AB. -- The Saskatchewan Roughriders (9-7) will look to end a four game skid as they travel to Calgary to take on the league leading Stampeders (13-2) in week 18 CFL action.

Read the rest here.

Coming up next for the 9-7 Riders is a week 18 road game at the 13-2 Calgary Stampeders tonight. Game time at Calgary's McMahon Stadium is 9:30pm EDT. Catch all the action with Rod Pedersen and Carm Carteri on 620 CKRM, the Rider Radio Network and 620ckrm.com. The game can be seen in Canada on TSN and in the U.S. on ESPN3.com.

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Alonzo D. Phillips received a patent for the phosphorous friction safety match on this date in 1836.

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Stephen: Hufnagel, Stamps focus on details.

2014 CFL.ca Game Notes: A look at Week 18.

Please visit the league's official website, cfl.ca.

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A 500-pound Florida man resisted arrest by sitting down and challenging deputies to move him. [That’s pretty much the same strategy congress has had for the past six years.]

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Tampa, FL. -- The first decision the Bucs must make regarding Josh McCown is whether he's healthy enough to play again, but his return from injury helps the team...Plus a roster addition and Vincent Jackson on trade rumors.

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If you’re a man and you’re trying to conceive, you should start drinking. According to a study (Massachusetts General Hospital), a few beers a day increases chances of having a baby. However, drinking even a few cups of coffee is bad for reproduction.

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Berkeley, CA. -- The Pac-12 Conference held its annual Men’s Basketball Media Day on Thursday at the Pac-12 Networks in San Francisco, Calif. Head coach Wayne Tinkle and junior guard Langston Morris-Walker were there to represent Oregon State, and the following are their quotes from the interview session on main stage.

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Over 160,000 diapers were stolen from a children’s charity in Dallas. The charity says the loss is equivalent to almost two months’ worth of diapers. Dallas police are still investigating. But there is some good news in this story. Kimberly Clark, which makes Huggies and other diapers, is going to replace all of the diapers that were stolen.

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San Francisco, CA. -- It was hardly unusual that after each of San Francisco's playoff series clinchers this month, the Giants rallied around Tim Hudson. First, they spoke of wanting to give him a chance to pitch in his first League Championship Series. Then they wanted their 16-year veteran to appear in a World Series. Now that he's here, they want him to win the darn thing. Each year, a well-respected veteran such as Hudson seems to find his way into the Series for the first time, and similar stories emerge.

Read the rest here.

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On this date in 1861, the first transcontinental telegraph message was sent when Justice Stephen J. Field of California transmitted a telegram to U.S. President Lincoln.

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Hi there baseball guys!

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You're reading the Johnny Blog. Almost as much fun as Rider football, Lightning hockey and the World Series on the same night, isn't it?

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Today in Elvis History:

1960 - 
Arkansas State University inducted Elvis Presley into the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity as an honorary member.

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18-month-old Colin Lambert was stuck. At first his grandmother was amused, but then she had to figure out how to get Colin out of a claw toy vending machine in Maryville, Tennessee. Firefighters were called to the coin laundry where Colin had climbed into the machine. After they freed him they let him keep one of the toys.

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Today in Beatles History:

1963 - 
The Beatles left Great Britain for their first tour outside of their homeland. 

1965 - The Beatles recorded "I'm Looking Through You." 

1967 - "A Hard Day's Night" was premiered on NBC-TV. 

1979 - Paul McCartney was awarded a rhodium disc from the Guinness Book of World Records for his status as the world's best-selling songwriter. 

1980 - John Lennon's single "(Just Like) Starting Over" was released in the U.K.

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TV TONIGHT: MLB WORLD SERIES - The series moves to San Francisco for Game 3. The Royals and Giants are tied at a game apiece. Little Big Town will perform the national anthem. (7:30p ET, FOX)

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Today in Sports History:

1857 - 
The Sheffield Football Club of England was formed. 

1943 - The Green Bay Packers intercepted nine passes in a 27-6 victory over the Detroit Lions. 

1948 - The Chicago Cardinals scored 35 points in the third quarter on the way to a 49-27 victory over the Boston Yanks. 

1965 - Fran Tarkenton (Minnesota Vikings) threw for 407 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-41 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. 

1970 - In Athens, Christo Papanikolaou (Greece) pole vaulted 18' 1/4". He was the first pole vaulter to clear the 18-foot mark. 

1971 - Texas Stadium officially opened in Irving, TX. 

1976 - Chuck Foreman (Minnesota Vikings) rushed for 200 yards and two touchdowns in a 31-12 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. 

1992 - The Toronto Blue Jays became the first non-U.S. team to win the World Series. 

1996 - The Atlanta Braves played their last game at Fulton County Stadium. They lost to the New York Yankees 1-0 in Game 5 of the World Series. The next season the Braves began playing at Olympic Stadium. 

1997 - In Arlington, VA, former NBC sportscaster Marv Albert was spared a jail sentence after a courtroom apology to the woman he'd bitten during a sexual encounter. 

1998 - Ricky Williams (University of Texas) became the leading scorer in NCAA Division I history. At the end of the game he had a total of 428 points. 

2003 - The Chicago Blackhawks fired general manager Mike Smith.

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IN THEATERS - St. Vincent (PG-13); John Wick (R); Ouija (PG-13); 23 Blast (PG-13). Christmas gift?

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Coming Up:

Tonight --

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning at Winnipeg Jets 8:00pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants vs Kansas City Royals (World Series Game 3) 8:00pm EDT

CFL Football -- Saskatchewan Roughriders at Calgary Stampeders 9:30pm EDT

Saturday --

USPHL Empire Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Florida Eels 3:20pm EDT

College Football -- Oregon State Beavers at Stanford Cardinal 3:30pm EDT

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning at Minnesota Wild 8:00pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants vs Kansas City Royals (World Series Game 4) 8:00pm EDT 

USPHL Elite Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Florida Eels 8:45pm EDT

Sunday --

USPHL Empire Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors vs Florida Eels 9:30am EDT

USPHL Elite Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors vs Florida Eels 12:15pm EDT

NFL Football -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Minnesota Vikings 1:00pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants vs Kansas City Royals (World Series Game 5) 8:00pm EDT 

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That's all for today. Thanks for stopping by, see you tomorrow.

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