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19 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

PREP HOCKEY District tournament pairings IN THE TAM-O-SHANTER ARENA WEDNESDAY's results Perrysburg 10, Sylvania Southview 0 Oregon Clay 11, Maumee 1 DISTRICT QUARTERFINALS Toledo St. John's 11, Toledo Whitmer 1 Findlay 3, Perrysburg 1 Sylvania Northview 6, Anthony Wayne 3 Toledo St. Francis 11, Oregon Clay 1 FRIDAY DISTRIBUTION SEMIFINALS (1) Toledo St. Johns vs. […]

19 Feb 19
Archy news nety

PREP HOCKEY District Tournament-pairings AT TAM-O-SHANTER ARENA The results of WEDNESDAY Perrysburg 10, Sylvania Southview 0 Oregon Clay 11, Maumee 1 DISTRICT QUARTER FALSE Toledo St. John's 11, Toledo Whitmer 1 Findlay 3, Perrysburg 1 Sylvania Northview 6, Anthony Wayne 3 Toledo St. Francis 11, Oregon Clay 1 FRIDAY & # 39; S DISTRICT SEMIFINALS […]

19 Feb 19
Nachrichten Welt

PREP HOCKEY Distriktturnier-Paarungen IN DER TAM-O-SHANTER-ARENA WEDNESDAYs Ergebnisse Perrysburg 10, Sylvania Southview 0 Oregon Clay 11, Maumee 1 DISTRICT QUARTERFINALS Toledo St. John´s 11, Toledo Whitmer 1 Findlay 3, Perrysburg 1 Sylvania Northview 6, Anthony Wayne 3 Toledo St. Francis 11, Oregon Clay 1 FREITAGSVERTEILUNG SEMIFINALS (1) Toledo St. Johns vs. (4) Toledo St. Francis, […]

18 Feb 19
Fixtures Close Up

Still visible from a long way off, this Boys Apparel Department Silhouetted Sign is color-coded in traditional boys-blue. The sign tugs at you to approach, but much of the merchandise is far forward, so customers are tricked into browsing as they pass. Consider the effect in the gallery od slideshow of images. This Boys Apparel […]

18 Feb 19
Fixtures Close Up

This Girls Apparel Department Silhouetted Sign is visible fro across the selling floor. With wares visible throughout, a single word communicates, no need to spell out “Apparel.” While “Girls” is pink, see a similar treatment of “Baby” in yellow in the distance far right. But consider the effect of this signing in the gallery of […]

18 Feb 19
Bookshelf Battle

“Get back! Everybody just get back or I’ll jump!  I swear to God I will!” The Museum of Historic Antiquity was ten stories tall.  It didn’t provide the highest drop in the city but still, a fall from that height would easily turn a body into a pile of goo. The jumper looked like a […]

15 Feb 19
Moundsville

From the spread of railroads in the 1870s until the suburbanization of American life in the 1960s, millions of Americans took to the rails. Although boxcar life acquired a romantic whiff of freedom, it was a difficult, dangerous life, and illegally riding train cars had a practical purpose: Most hoboes were itinerant workers, traveling until […]

15 Feb 19
Moo Kid

Like many great legends, the story behind one of Irish music’s most revered cult records starts with a door. Not some metaphorical passageway, but an actual busted door that travelling folk musician Michael O’Shea dragged out of a rubbish skip in Munich in 1978. After leaving Ireland in the 1960s, O’Shea had played the wandering […]