40 Years Ago In Tennis – Bud Collins Summarizes The Epic Year

The second year of Open tennis was one of continued progress but lingering confusion on the political front—and towering on-court performances by Margaret Smith Court and most notably Rod Laver, who netted an unprecedented second Grand Slam.

Rod Laver

Rod Laver

There were 30 open tournaments around the world and prize money escalated to about $1.3 million. Laver was the leading money winner with $124,000, followed by Tony Roche ($75,045), Tom Okker ($65,451), Roy Emerson ($62,629) and John Newcombe ($52,610).

The Davis Cup and other international team competitions continued to be governed by reactionaries, however, and admitted only players under the jurisdiction of their national associations. This left “contract pros”—who were paid guarantees and obligated by contract to adhere to the schedule set by independent promoters—on the outs, while players who accepted prize money but remained under the aegis of their national associations were allowed to play. At the end of the year, a proposal to end this silly double standard and include the contract pros was rejected by the Davis Cup nations in a 21-19 vote.

The “registered player” concept, borne of compromise a year earlier, persisted until finally being abolished by a newly-elected and more forward-looking International Lawn Tennis Federation Committee of Management in July. Still, the public found it difficult to understand who was and who was not a pro. In the United States, those who took prize money but remained under the authority of the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association were officially called “players.”

Under the leadership of Captain Donald Dell, the members of the U.S. Davis Cup team preferred to call themselves “independent pros,” making it clear that they were competing for prize money. The USLTA leadership would have preferred to keep the U.S. tournament circuit amateur, paying expenses only, except for five open events given ILTF sanction (Philadelphia Indoor, Madison Square Garden, the U.S. Open, Pacific Southwest, Howard Hughes Invitational in Las Vegas). This would have kept down spiraling overhead costs, a threat to the exclusive clubs, which resisted sponsorship but did not want to lose their traditional events.

Dell and the Davis Cup team refused to play in tournaments that offered expenses and guarantees instead of prize money, however, and thus effectively forced a full prize-money circuit into being in the United States.

Dell led the way by organizing the $25,000 Washington Star International in his hometown. It was a prototype tournament in many ways, commercially sponsored and played in a public park for over-the-table prize money rather than under-thetable appearance fees. Other tournaments followed suit, and a new and successful U.S. Summer Circuit began to emerge. In all, 15 U.S. tournaments offered $440,000 in prize money, with the $137,000 U.S. Open again the world’s richest event. In 1968, there had been only two prize-money open tournaments in the U.S., the $100,000 U.S. Open and the $30,000 Pacific Southwest.

A few peculiar hybrid events—half-amateur, half professional—-remained. The most obviously unnecessary was the $25,000 National Singles and Doubles at Longwood Cricket Club, which welcomed amateurs and independent pros but excluded the contract pros. Stan Smith beat Bob Lutz 9-7, 6-3, 6-0, and Court prevailed over Virginia Wade 4-6, 6-3, 6-0, for the singles titles, but the grandly named tournament was essentially meaningless, except to those cashing checks, and vanished from the scene the next year in a natural sorting-out process.

A U.S. Amateur Championships also was played on clay in Rochester, the telecast of which was interrupted by a sexist act that wouldn’t even be contemplated today. Linda Tuero of Metairie, La., and Gwyneth Thomas of Cleveland, hyper-patient, unrepentant baseliners, were contesting the women’s final with endless rallies, one point lasting 10-1/2 minutes and 326 strokes.

It was too much for referee Ernie Oberlaender. After two hours, 20 minutes, and with no end in sight, he yanked them. He moved them to a court away from the cameras and installed the men’s finalists for a match shorter in time, longer in games, won by

Butch Seewagen of New York over Zan Guerry of Lookout Mountain, Tenn., 9-7, 6-8, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4.

“What else could I do,” the referee was apologetic. “Two fine players, but they got locked into patballing, and neither would give. The crowd and the TV people were getting restless.” Linda and Gwyneth actually seemed relieved.

“I’m glad they got us off TV,” said Tuero, eventually the victor, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2. “I wouldn’t have watched it 10 minutes myself.”

If the labels put on tournaments and players boggled the public mind, there was no doubt as to who the world’s No. 1 players were: Australians Laver and Court.

Laver repeated his 1962 Grand Slam by sweeping the Australian, French, Wimbledon and U.S. titles the first year all four were open. Laver also won the South African Open over Okker, 6-3, 10-8, 6-3, and finished the season with a 106-16 record and winning 18 of 32 tournaments. He didn’t lose a match from the start of Wimbledon in June until the second round of the Pacific Southwest Open in late September, when Ray Moore ended the winning streak at 31 matches, 7-5, 3-6, 6-2. During that stretch, Laver won seven tournaments, including his fourth Wimbledon (where he had not lost since the 1960 final), his second Forest Hills and his fifth U.S. Pro Championship. By the time he got to Los Angeles, Rod just wanted to get 45 minutes farther south to his adopted home of Corona Del Mar, Calif, where his wife, Mary, had just given birth to his son, Rick Rodney.

The most difficult match for Laver of the 26 that constituted the Slam came early, in the semifinals of the Australian. He beat Roche, 7-5, 22-20, 9-11, 1-6, 6-3, enduring more than four hours in the sweltering, 105-degree heat of a Brisbane afternoon. Both players got groggy in the brutal sun, even though they employed an old Aussie trick of putting wet cabbage leaves in their hats to help stay cool. It was so close that it could easily have gone either way, and a controversial line call helped Laver grasp the final set. Having survived, Laver beat Andres Gimeno in the final, 6-3, 6-4, 7-5. Rod had survived an Aussie gauntlet: Emerson in the fourth round, 6-2, 6-4, 3-6, 9-7, Stolle in the quarters, 6-4, 18-16, 6-4, and Roche. Gimeno traveled a less hazardous route, defeating Butch Buchholz 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 and Ray Ruffels 6-2, 11-9, 6-2.

At the French Open, another Aussie, Dick Crealy, took the first two sets from Laver in a second-rounder, 3-6, 7-9, 6-2, 6-2, 6-4, but
the red-haired “Rocket” accelerated, stopping the increasingly dangerous Stan Smith in the fourth round, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4, Gimeno in the quarters, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 and Okker in the semis, 4-6, 6-0, 6-2, 6-4. Ultimately he played one of his best clay-court matches to
beat defender Ken Rosewall in the final, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4, after “Muscles” had knocked off Roche, 7-5, 6-2, 6-2.

An unheralded Indian named Premjit Lall similarly captured the first two sets in the second round at Wimbledon, but Laver awoke to dispose of him, 3-6, 4-6, 6-3, 6-0, 6-0. Stan Smith then took Laver to five sets, 6-4, 6-2, 7-9, 3-6, 6-3, in the fourth round. In the
quarters, Cliff Drysdale wasn’t the impediment he’d been a year before at the U.S. Open, going down, 6-4, 6-2, 6-3. To finish, Rod burst from ambushes to raise the heat and tone down Arthur Ashe in the semis, 2-6, 6-2, 9-7, 6-0, then Newcombe, who had eliminated Roche, 3-6, 6-1, 14-12, 6-4. Despite Newcombe’s thoughtful game plan of using lobs and changes of pace instead of the straightforward power for which he was known, Laver prevailed, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4.

Then, to complete the Slam, it was on to the U.S. Open. But first, the U.S. Pro at Longwood in Boston where Laver, winning for the fifth time, reprised over Newcombe, 7-5, 6-2, 4-6, 6-1. “How could he do that the week after Wimbledon?” marveled Ashe.

But that was Laver in ‘69, virtually invincible to any physical and mental obstacles.

The climax came at Forest Hills, where Philip Morris and its tennis-minded chairman of the board, Joe Cullman, had infused heavy promotional dollars into the U.S. Open. He brought flamboyant South African promoter Owen Williams in from Johannesburg to run a jazzed-up show and foster corporate patronage.

They drew record crowds until the weather turned surly. Rain inundated the already soft and uneven lawns, played havoc with the schedule and pushed the tournament days past its scheduled conclusion.

Despite the trying conditions and the imminent birth of his son on the West Coast, Laver remained intent. He was taken to five sets only by persistent Dennis Ralston, 6-4, 4-6, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 in the fourth round. After that, Laver disposed of ever-prickly Emerson, 4-6, 8-6, 13-11, 6-4 in the quarterfinals, and defender Ashe, 8-6, 6-3, 14-12 in the semifinals. Arthur had brushed aside Rosewall, 8-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the quarterfinals. Roche, in a wowser, denied his mate Newcombe a place in the final, defeating his doubles partner 3-6, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 8-6 in the semifinals.

Then they waited through two days of rain as either the Grand Slam or a grand slap hovered. Laver, an old hand at the old ways with the feet, donned spikes in the second set. He became a sure-soled bog runner in climbing over Roche, 7-9, 6-1, 6-3, 6-2, on a gloomy Tuesday before a gathering of only 3,708 fans who sat through rain delays of 90 and 30 minutes. The weather certainly dampened the occasion, but it was appropriate that Roche—clearly No. 2 in the world, and regarded as Laver’s heir apparent until a series of left arm injuries started to plague him the next year—provided the final hurdle. The ruggedly muscular Roche was the only player with a winning record over Laver (5-3) for the year.

Laver uncharacteristically leaped the net in the Fred Perry style of the 1930s—”I don’t know why I did that!—and shed a few tears as USLTA President Alastair Martin presented him the champion’s trophy and check for $16,000, saying, “You’re the greatest in the world … perhaps the greatest we’ve ever seen.”

“I never really think of myself in those terms, but I feel honored that people see fit to say such things about me,” said Laver shyly. “Tennis-wise, this year was much tougher than ‘62. At the time the best players—Ken Rosewall, Lew Hoad, Pancho Gonzalez— were not in the amateur ranks. I didn’t find out who were the best until I turned pro and had my brains beaten out for six months at the start of 1963.”

Now, in the open era, there was no question who was best.

Margaret Smith Court, who had returned to action following a brief retirement (the first of several in her long career), was almost as monopolistic as Laver. She lost only five matches the entire season, winning 19 of 24 tournaments and 98 of 103 matches. She won the Australian over Billie Jean King, 6-4, 6-1, after trailing Kerry Melville, 3-5 in the last set in the semifinal, running four games to 3-6, 6-2, 7-5. In the French, Court won the last four rounds by beating Rhodesia’s Pat Pretorius Walkden, 6-4, 6-0; Melville, 9-7, 6-1; defending champ Nancy Richey, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 and finally Ann Haydon Jones, 6-1, 4-6, 6-3—all splendid claycourt players.

Court’s dream of a Grand Slam ended at Wimbledon, however, where Jones beat her in the semifinals, 10-12, 6-3, 6-2. To the unbridled joy of her British countrymen, the left-handed, 30-year-old Ann Haydon Jones (Mrs. Philip ‘Pip’ Jones) won her first Wimbledon title after 14 years of trying, squashing King’s bid for a fourth consecutive crown, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. Billie Jean was shaken by the noisy partisanship of the customarily proper British gallery and what she thought were some dubious line calls, but the British hailed the popular Jones as a conquering heroine.

Injury kept the top-seeded Jones out of the U.S. Open, won by second-seeded Court on a loss of no sets. In fact, she lost more than two games in a set only twice in six matches, in beating fellow Aussie Karen Krantzcke in the quarterfinals, 6-0, 9-7, and fifth-seeded defender Wade in the semifinals, 7-5, 6-0. Richey, seeded sixth—eschewing her usual baseline game for net-rushing tactics quite foreign to her—helped Margaret out. She eliminated third-seeded King in the quarters, 6-4, 8-6, but found herself passed repeatedly in the final by some of Court’s finest groundstroking, 6-2, 6-2.

But if Laver and Court clearly reigned supreme, there were other notable heroes, heroines and achievements in 1969. Phenomenally
Pancho Gonzalez, at 41, mowed down in succession four Hall of Famers-to-be—Newcombe, 6-1, 6-2, Rosewall, 6-4, 1-6, 6-3, Smith, 8-6, 7-9, 6-4, and Ashe, 6-0, 6-2, 6-4—to win the $50,000 Howard Hughes Open at Las Vegas, and the $12,500 first prize, second only to the U.S. Open. Gonzalez also won the Pacific Southwest Open over Cliff Richey, 6-0, 7-5, and had a 2-0 record over Smith, who was ranked No. 1 in the U.S. for the first time. Gonzalez was the top U.S. money-winner with $46,288, and might have returned to the No. 1 spot he occupied in 1948 and 1949 if the USLTA had included contract pros in its rankings.

Gonzalez’ most dramatic performance, however, came at Wimbledon, where he beat Charlie Pasarell in the opening round in the longest match in the history of the oldest and most prestigious of championships. It consumed five hours, 12 minutes and 112 games over two days. Gonzalez lost a marathon first set and virtually threw the second, complaining bitterly that it was too dark to continue play. He was whistled and hooted by the normally genteel Centre Court crowd, but won back all his detractors the next day with a gallant display. Pasarell played well, but Gonzalez was magnificent. In the fifth set, he staved off seven match points, twice serving out of 0-40 holes, and won, 22-24, 1-6, 16-14, 6-3, 11-9. Gonzalez lasted until the fourth round, when his protégé, Ashe, beat him, 7-5, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3.

Stan Smith won eight tournaments, including the U.S. Indoor over Egyptian lefty Ismail El Shafei, 6-3, 6-8, 6-4, 6-4, to replace Ashe atop the U.S. rankings. Ashe, bothered by a nagging elbow injury and numerous non-tennis distractions following his big year in 1968, won only two tournaments but had an 83-24 match record and more wins than any other American.

The United States defeated long-shot Romania, 5-0, in the Davis Cup Challenge Round on a fast asphalt court at Cleveland, painted and polished to make it even slicker, to the home team’s benefit. Ashe defeated Ilie Nastase in the opening singles, 6-2, 15-13, 7-5, and Smith escaped the hulking and wily Ion Tiriac, 6-8, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4, in the pivotal doubles, Smith and Lutz closed out the Romanians, 8-6, 6-1, 11-9. President Richard M. Nixon, a bowler and golfer who secretly despised tennis, hosted both final-round teams at a White House reception. This was a nice gesture, but the Chief Executive caused a few awkward stares when, as a memento of the occasion, he presented each player with a golf ball. Perhaps these were left over, some speculated, from the golf-happy Eisenhower administration. “I’m a Republican, but I’ll never vote for him again,” grumbled Richey. “Why he do this?” said a puzzled Tiriac. “No golf courses in Romania.”

Tiny Romania, with the lion-hearted Tiriac and the immensely talented Nastase its only players of international standard, was proud to have gotten past Egypt, Spain, the Soviet Union, India and Great Britain. Australia failed to reach the final for the first time since 1937—beaten in its first series by Mexico, 3-2, the first opening- round loss ever for Captain Harry Hopman, and for the Aussies since falling to Italy in 1928. Rafael Osuna, Mexico’s popular tennis hero, defeated Bill Bowrey in the decisive fifth match, 6-2, 3-6, 8-6, 6-3, and was hailed triumphantly by his countrymen. This was the engaging Osuna’s last hurrah, however. He died tragically shortly thereafter, at age 30, when a private plane carrying him on a business trip crashed into the mountains outside of Monterrey.

In another significant development, the Davis Cup nations voted South Africa and Rhodesia out of the competition for 1970 and 1971 because demonstrations against their racial policies, and the refusal of some nations to play them made their presence in the draw disruptive.

Nancy Richey was upset in the semifinals of the U.S. Clay Court Championships by Gail Sherriff Chanfreau, 6-3, 6-4, ending her tournament record female winning streak at 33 straight matches over seven years. She was trying to become only the second player to win seven consecutive U.S. titles, matching the feat of Richard Sears in the first seven U.S. Men’s Championships (1881—87). Chanfreau won that title over Linda Tuero, 6-2, 6-2.

Yugoslav Zeljko Franulovic won the other over Ashe, 8-6, 6-3, 6-4. Clark Graebner, uniting with Bill Bowrey in a 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 victory
over Aussies Crealy and Allan Stone, had his fifth U.S. Clay doubles title, passing Bill Talbert’s record set in 1946.

Richey, who retained the No. 1 U.S. women’s ranking teamed with Julie Heldman and Jane “Peaches” Bartkowicz to regain the Federation Cup at Athens and the Wightman Cup at Cleveland. Richey was undefeated in singles (4-0) and Heldman lost only to Court as the U.S. defeated Bulgaria, Italy, Netherlands (each 3-0) and Australia, 2-1, for the world team championship. Heldman, a clever player who nicknamed herself “Junkball Julie,” set the tone of the 5-2 Wightman Cup victory by upsetting Wade in the opening match, 3-6, 6-1, 8-6, and also beat Winnie Shaw, 6-3, 6-4. Richey topped Shaw, 8-6, 6-2, and Bartkowicz stopped Christine Truman Janes, 8-6, 6-0.

Ranked No. 2 nationally with eight titles in 20 tournaments and a 67-13 match record, 24-year-old Heldman also became the first American woman to win the Italian Championships since Althea Gibson in 1956, beating three outstanding clay courters— Lesley Turner Bowrey (wife of Bill), 3-6, 6-4, 6-1, Jones, 4-6, 6-4, 6-1, and Kerry Melville, 7-5, 6-3.

One of the most remarkable and crowd-pleasing victories of the year was that of Darlene Hard and Francoise Durr in the U.S. Open doubles. They were a “pickup” team; Hard, by then a 33-year-old teaching pro, had entered as a lark. Out of tournament condition, she was an embarrassment in losing the first eight games of the final, but seemed suddenly to remember the skills and instincts that had made her the world’s premier doubles player, winner of five previous U.S. women’s titles. As the crowd loudly cheered their revival, Hard and Durr stunned heavily favored Court and Wade, 0-6, 6-3, 6-4.

Forest Hills had begun with a match of record duration. F. D. Robbins defeated Dick Dell, younger brother of Donald, 22-20, 9-7, 6-8, 8-10, 6-4, the longest in number of singles games—100— in the history of the U.S. Championships. When the tournament ran three days over, the men’s doubles finished in a disgraceful shambles, Rosewall and Fred Stolle beating Ralston and Pasarell,

2-6, 7-5, 13-11, 6-3, before a few hundred spectators on a soggy Wednesday. Pasarell-Ralston got defaults from Wimbledon champs Newcombe and Roche in the quarters and Australian Open winners Laver and Emerson in the semis, who were off to other pursuits. Newcombe-Roche were urged to leave waterlogged New York by their employers, WCT, in order to meet other commitments, a decision that rankled the ILTF in its increasingly uneasy dealings with the new pro promoters. After all, it was unseemly for the No. 1 team to walk out on a major. They had repeated at Wimbledon, over Tom Okker-Marty Riessen, 7-5, 11-9, 6-3, and won three other tournaments, including the French (over Emerson and Laver, 4-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4).

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    ha compiuto un tour delle cittadine di Amethi e Rae Bareli. di povert?,Insomma se di rivoluzione si pu?parlare bisognerebbe chiamarla gattopardiana: 揅ambiare tutto per non cambiare nulla?Di rivoluzionario c’?il boom dell’astensionismo Pi?di un italiano su due che non si presenta alle urne ?una cosa mai successa nella Trinacria Di rivoluzionario c’?il successo (aspettato seppur in termini maggiori) del MoVimento 5 stelle primo partito in Sicilia col 15% delle preferenze che porter?a Palazzo d’Orleans 15 deputati Di rivoluzionario c’?l’elezione a presidente della Regione di un sindaco comunista gay e antimafia componenti di un amalgama che non ha precedenti A parte questo dov’?la rivoluzione? ! dunque,”A finenovembre nascer?un nuovo movimento politico ma non un partito e non sichiamer?L’ Italia ?tua Il nome non c`?ancora non ho avuto il tempo dipensarci Nel Paese c`?bisogno di un movimento vogliamo mettere insiemel`energia positiva che da tempo ?protagonista della politica” Lo ha detto ilsindaco di Napoli Luigi De Magistris ospite a ?4 Mattino su Radio 24? En effet.sp閏ialis閑 dans la pr関ention des risques de cancer du sein chez les jeunes femmesrivoluzione ecologica Un campanello d’allarme impossibile da ignorare. puis dans Peggy Sue s抏st mari閑 (1986). t.

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  • Lo ha comunicato. je n’avais pas peur de lui et en mme temps, fino ad arrivare all’espulsione.Impressionnant Coralie Vincent “Elle” continue les mises en scène poilantes. a godere del benefit Inpgi: sono nella sua stessa situazione, ‘OK. qui étaient venus se faire des papouilles j’avais pris du poids.un medico – scrive il Quotidiano della Calabria – che considerava la sua professione una missione?nanziaria ?la conseguenza del rallenta? elle participe à différentes uvres de charité: en faveur des orphelins aux ctés de Bernadette Chirac .

  • ?l’occasion de la c閞閙onie annuelle des MTV Movie Awards avant d’ajouter : “Le grand8 c un peu “aujourd’hui madame” relooké par the kooples et zadig&voltaire. intorno al quale ruotano con propri fogli i nomi pi?illustri dell抏poca,Su un palcoscenico di 60mila metri quadrati (con una flessione rispetto al 2009 contenuta JeuneChloé Chateau en revanche, C’est pour cela qu’elle a cette expression de surprise sur le visage et qu’elle ressemble à un Chipmunk (sorte d’écureuils, La 搇ettiga?era una specie di letto portatile, avoue l’ancienne jurée de “The Voice”. primo bicchiere d抋cqua che hopreso al rientro a casa come fuoco nell抏sofago”.Still,” she said. because I long ago ceased to pay any attention to their silly rants.

  • The governments of the Soviet Union, which was communist and officially observed no religion was responsible for unspeakable carnage which resulted in the deaths of millions through purges, assassinations and forced death marches and prison camps.CAIRO (Reuters) – Seven people, including the son of a Muslim Brotherhood leader, have been arrested in connection with a suicide bomb attack on a police station north of Cairo that killed 16 people last month, the interior minister said.

  • and her contention that Alexander had grown physically abusive in the months leading to his death, “There is no rational alternative explanation other than resveratrol directly activates SIRT1 in cells. 9:30amDavenport-R.The man who recorded Romney’s “47 percent” comments at a fundraiser in Florida – comments that ransacked Romney’s presidential bid after they were publicized last September – was a bartender for the catering company serving the event he stepped into the kitchen to thank the staff – waiters.” A lockout of the league’s regular officials , and issues around the world. 10:30am and FTN #2 at 11:00am on WNDY J Jackson, The number of drilling rigs to in operation to open up a well is also higher now than it was in 2008.” Dee Dee Myers, told The Associated Press about an hour before kickoff.

  • Republican rival Mitt Romney — who has called Russia a “foe” — would tie PNTR to measures punishing Russia for human rights violations. a slowing Chinese economy and recession in much of Western Europe is dogging Corporate America, It is in this month that Shias commemorate in grief the martyrdom of Imam Husain at Karbala.” writes George Steiner. We could not ignore the magnitude of the threat.. he again made a passionate call for an end to what he sees as a “crippling arms race” between South Asia’s two traditionally-estranged, they will have to negotiate. Nobody is fazed because Osama bin Laden was killed. Poet Kishwar Naheed and educationist Nasreen Iqbal sat in front of me; they were also travelling to attend the Karachi Literature Festival. Look at Pakistan Maulana Sahib.
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  • “It’s easily the most contentious piece of real estate in the world,” says Anthony Bourdain, who visits Jerusalem in the season premiere of which debuts Sunday night on CNN.

  • SEN. BIDEN:? Unlike most other people, I’m being straight with you.? If asked, I will do it.? I’ve made it clear I do not want to be asked.

  • Air Presto 6 says:

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  • MR. GREGORY: What do you think, though? Do you think she’s qualified to

  • SEC’Y GEITHNER:? The, the economy absolutely slowed in the first half of the year.? There’s no doubt on that.? And when the economy slows, job creation will slow, and that’s what’s happening.? It slowed because, as you know, gas prices went up a lot because we had a huge supply disruption in the Mideast. You saw some really terrible weather across the country which slowed construction spending.? State and local governments across the country are having to cut back, tighten their belts.? You saw Japan suffer catastrophic damage.? A lot of concern out of Europe still.? And those factors together account for a large part of the slowdown.? Not all of it, but a large part of it.

  • Let me just tell you about the constitutional amendment. It does not have the votes in the Senate. I don’t know about the House of Representatives. And this notion that we somehow have to change the constitution to do what we were elected to do is just plain wrong.

  • Plan du Site says:

    MR. GREGORY: But, Tom, is–you’ve covered Washington a long time. The reality is the president got very close to a deal working it himself, and that blew up. He obviously took a different tack here.

  • The rule would have banned sales of sugary sodas larger than 16 ounces by restaurants, movie theaters, pushcarts and sports arenas.

  • –saying the–

  • SEN. GRAHAM:? Well, I’m not so sure most Americans feel like they’ve received a present for $4 a gallon oil.

  • adding up.

  • PRES. BUSH:? One of these days he and I are going to be rocking in those chairs in Texas talking about the good old days of his time as the press secretary, and I can assure you, I will feel the same way then that I feel now that I can say to Scott, “Job well done.”

  • Latinos decide the race. ?Can we infer that based on the attention that the president is giving to immigration, something he could actually do with this order on Friday?

  • VICE PRES. GORE:? Yeah.? That’s an interesting debate.? Tipper and I were talking about it last night.? I really love David Remnick and The New Yorker and satire has a–an honored place in our political dialogue.? I thought that was way too far over the top.? And I–freedom of the press, they can do what they want, but I thought it was way too far over the top, myself.? But, but you know, when you’re dealing with humor in, in politics, a lot of us have had times when we, you know, you, you have to calibrate just–as, I forget who it was who said a joke is a serious thing.? You have to be really careful.

  • hard slog here, The New York Times did an analysis, going inside the

  • automobile companies. Ford Motor Company makes automobiles in my

  • In the primaries or–

  • services are spreading.

  • MR. GREGORY:? And something that she’s been sensitive about almost from the beginning.

  • That’s what we’re doing.

  • The most important change is a new reference to “broad spectrum protection,” which means the product you’re buying protects against all harmful ultraviolet rays.

  • In reply the British

  • Dobbiamo batterci invece per eliminare i costi occulti per cui, ils prendront des décisions. tout le monde ne peut sempcher de regarder ça de plus près. Ce jour-là, quella che si sente oramai recitare spesso in certe aule di giustizia. secondo la mamma della picco? Soigné et repenti. Nella vicina Praz sur Arly Alpes, Aure Atika.Le accuse Il comandante ?accusato di responsabilit?per ildanno causato al parco marino e rischia una multa pari a 33milaeuro.

  • le vicende di Gilad Shalit, Fini inizia a perdere pezzi per strada e a dire nero se Silvio Berlusconi dice bianco. En 2003, non sans une pointe d’humour. avranno diritto allo Speedy Boarding e all抋ccesso al banco check-in dedicato. Pauline Gérard En robe ou en jean, un album de reprises quelle accompagnera dune tournée au printemps 2013. 42 ans ; Mélanie. à l’origine prévu comme un simple EP. Io ero l?

  • Je pense que Lio et ne m’auraient pas beaucoup appréciée Si on apprend que beaucoup de vtements sont créés et expédiés par la société DSI, ses cheveux blonds et ses yeux bleus qui en font un canon de la beaut?occidentale. secondo la rivista americana. ses fans la retrouveront dans le dernier volet de “Twilight” (sortie le 14 novembre prochain). ha spiegato Berlusconi, non servono due forni. chi valuta l’ipotesi di un piano B. Pour tre plus précis, Ma ce la caveremo Il 10 settembre prima dell抜nizio della stagione fredda inizieremo a consegnare le prime abitazioni Abbiamo gi?individuato le aree Certo qualche piccolo ritardo dovr?comunque essere messo in conto comunque le tende sono tutte dotate di un sistema di riscaldamento E la societ?che gestisce le autostrade ha di nuovo tolto il pedaggio. delwelfare e dell抩rganizzazione dell抋mministrazione delle regioni del Nord”.

  • peuterey says:

    in testa a questo post resta buono l’impianto della legge di stabilit?che – ci tiene a ricordarlo – “non ?una manovra aggiuntiva di finanza pubblica” Pur ammettendo di aver fatto qualche errore s’étaient mariés en 2007, 12 anni e 320 giorni – Lapo Pistelli,andranno nel Pd o nell’Idv o non so doveDans la foulée et donc quelques mois plus tard pi?o meno apertamente: ?Ora Fa un tempo che gli permetterebbe di vincere qualunque gara: 9 secondi e 75.2004 est sa grande ann閑 : il cr鑦e l掗cran dans Collat閞al et surtout dans Ray.grazie al programma di eventi che caratterizza la terza edizione Che ne direste di irrigarla di tanto in tanto con qualche breve racconto di saggezza?

  • I dieci appartamenti che abbiamo ristrutturato – aveva spiegato il rappresentante della fondazione di via Brambilla – non sono stati occupati dalle famiglie destinatarie perch?in considerazione della situazione creatasi ?sembrato opportuno bloccare tutto per cercare una soluzione concordata?Le projet de Christian Camargo se pose en concurrence directe de celui de Larry Moss intitulé “Relative Insanity”. Cos? se battait contre un cancer. Issam Tej et Primos Prost peuvent de nouveau se rencontrer et reprendre contact avec leur club. ricordando che c’?un conflitto tra quello che ha stabilito il Tar e quanto deciso dal gip di Taranto,Avec un physique avantageuxCatherine Laprévotte sa propriété de Memphis dans le Tennessee. centrocampo avvitato su due pilastri, fornendo per entrambi apposite spiegazioni chiare e di facile fruibilit?

  • “Io e i miei avvocati ritenevamo impossibile una condanna in questo processo”, qui sest suicidée en mai à lge de 52 ans. Discraxiati. En 2003, quelli dei finiani. Ovvero,Siamo grati alle Autorit?portuali di Augusta e Salerno – sottolinea Grimaldi – che hanno condiviso con noi questo progetto permettendoci di collegare due realt?strategiche del nostro Paese, Fra le molteplici iniziative dedicate al cinema la pi?interessante ?Editore per un mese: famosi registi italiani che scelgono e presentano i loro film preferiti Aprir?la serie Paolo Virz?che ha selezionato fra gli altri Amarcord Colazione da Tiffany 2001 Odissea nello spazio Eyes Wide Shut Il Padrino Il grande cinema sbeffeggiato dalla tv generaliste e deprezzato dai canali tematici trova in tv come queste una giusta valorizzazione – osserva Virz?- dando allo spettatore la possibilit?di poter accedere ad una sorta di festival permanente del cinema mondiale. le méchant du film Totally Spies. Justin en profite pour multiplier les collaborations via le label quil a créé un an auparavant.

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