It’s a standard split of 17 forwards and 14 backs and the selected players come from a spread of Aviva Premiership clubs. Saracens and Bath have made the largest contributions; just under half of the final squad.ForwardsLancaster named three hookers: Jamie George, Rob Webber and Tom Youngs. Banned Dylan Hartley has not been included, but Lancaster refused to rule out a return to the squad in the event of injury.As expected, Dan Cole will be the lynchpin of the front row, one of seven players in the team with World Cup experience. He is joined by David Wilson, Joe Marler and Mako Vunipola. Northampton Saint Kieran Brookes is the least experienced prop in the squad, but has shown promise in the 2014 autumn Internationals and 2015 Six Nations.Courtney Lawes, Geoff Parling, Joe Launchbury and George Kruis were named in the second row.As expected: England Captain Chris Robshaw and James Haskell make it The final 31-man England squad revealed on 27 August is a young one. With an average age of 26, only three of the squad have over 50 England caps. Seven of the selected men have accrued ten or less caps for their country. By Taylor Heyman LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Captain Chris Robshaw and James Haskell were no surprises in the back row. Billy Vunipola and Tom Wood secured their places with good performances in the run-up.Ben Morgan edged out Nick Easter, securing his place with a solid return to form following his broken leg earlier in the season. Dave Attwood and Calum Clarke also missed out.BacksScrum-half choices were as expected; Danny Care, Ben Youngs and Richard Wigglesworth offer Lancaster good options.England scrum-halves: Danny Care, Ben Youngs and Richard WigglesworthOwen Farrell and George Ford were selected as expected at fly-half, with Henry Slade offering another option. His ability to play well at both ten and 12 have given him the edge in selection.Joining Slade in the centres are Brad Barritt, Jonathan Joseph and Sam Burgess.Without doubt the biggest upset in the selection was Luther Burrell being dropped in favour of Sam Burgess, the ex-league player with one international cap. So how does this squad compare with the lineup Rugby World predicted? Find out who we would have picked on the next page. First World Cup: Sam Burgess and Anthony WatsonCompetition for the back three was intense. Mike Brown, Alex Goode, Jonny May, Jack Nowell and Anthony Watson were selected. Danny Cipriani lost out to Alex Goode, who like Cipriani, can play at fly-half if needed.England’s 31-man squadProps: Kieran Brookes (Northampton Saints, 10 caps), Dan Cole (Leicester Tigers, 51 caps), Joe Marler (Harlequins, 32 caps), Mako Vunipola (Saracens, 22 caps), David Wilson (Bath Rugby, 43 caps)Hookers: Jamie George (Saracens, 1 cap), Rob Webber (Bath Rugby, 13 caps)Tom Youngs (Leicester Tigers, 23 caps)Second Rows: George Kruis (Saracens, 8 caps), Joe Launchbury (Wasps, 23 caps), Courtney Lawes (Northampton Saints, 39 caps), Geoff Parling (Exeter Chiefs, 24 caps)Back Rows: James Haskell (Wasps, 60 caps), Ben Morgan (Gloucester Rugby, 28 caps), Chris Robshaw (captain, Harlequins, 38 caps), Billy Vunipola (Saracens, 18 caps), Tom Wood (Northampton Saints, 37 caps)Scrum-halves: Danny Care (Harlequins, 52 caps), Richard Wigglesworth (Saracens, 22 caps), Ben Youngs (Leicester Tigers, 48 caps)Fly-halves: Owen Farrell (Saracens, 30 caps), George Ford (Bath Rugby, 12 caps)Centres: Brad Barritt (Saracens, 22 caps), Sam Burgess (Bath Rugby, 1 cap), Jonathan Joseph (Bath Rugby, 12 caps), Henry Slade (Exeter Chiefs, 1 cap)Back Three: Mike Brown, (Harlequins, 38 caps), Alex Goode (Saracens, 18 caps), Jonny May (Gloucester Rugby, 15 caps), Jack Nowell (Exeter Chiefs, 9 caps), Anthony Watson (Bath Rugby, 10 caps) England’s 39-man squad at their last training session before Lancaster’s final selection 1. Introduction2. Rugby World’s predicted England Squad 2015Page 1 of 2 – Show Full ListIntroductionRugby World’s predicted England Squad 2015
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Required fields are marked * First Heatwave Expected Next Week Community News Hereâ€™s a recipe for a memorable Sunday: great art, architecture, and family fun with plenty of local historical discoveries. The best part? Itâ€™s all free.On May 19, 2013 the 24th annual Museums of the Arroyo (MOTA) Day invites the public to tour five museums located along the celebrated Arroyo Seco in Los Angeles and Pasadena for a free day of music, storytelling, art, crafts and entertainment. MOTA Day museums are open for free tours and festivities are scheduled at each museum throughout the day.With so much to do and see â€“ and only a few hours to do it â€“ visitors are encouraged to best plan their visits. MOTA Day takes place from noon to 5 p.m. with last entry at 4 p.m. Special events this year include:â€¢ The Gamble House. Visitors can tour the 1908 Arts and Crafts gem that is on the National Registry of Historic Places; children can do crafts in the backyard.â€¢ Heritage Square Museum. Guests can observe a Spanish American War encampment, watch traditional woodcarving demonstrations, listen to storytellers as well as enjoy music and traditional dancing. Children can play with Victorian toys, do crafts, and learn about plants and flowers in the Ford House Kitchen garden.â€¢ The Los Angeles Police Museum. Visitors can tour the facilities which feature private collections and historical memorabilia that date back to the late 1800s, including the newly constructed vehicle shelter and the freshly restored 1955 paddy wagon. Kids can climb into a retired police helicopter, try on police gear and get â€œlockedâ€ in a real jail cell where adults can snap free police booking photos. Tour the limited engagement Gangster Squad exhibition as well as three other permanent exhibits: Onion Field murders, the Patty Hearst kidnapping, and the 1997 North Hollywood Shootout.â€¢ The Lummis Home and Garden. From its inception, the Lummis Home has been the place to see and be seen. Visiting and local dignitaries, artists, controversial public figures â€“ all were guests of Lummis from 1897-1928. Using a newly developed computer application, historian Dennis Harbach will be able to finally give you an answer: Did my grandfather meet Theodore Roosevelt in this house? Did my grandmother dance the fandango with Lummis or Rudolf Valentino in this place? Also, browse through Harbachâ€™s photo album of Lummisâ€™ famous guests. In addition, self-guided tours of the home and garden will also be available on MOTA Day.â€¢ The Pasadena Museum of History. Guests can take a mini-tour of the newly remodeled Fenyes Mansion as well as the Finnish Folk Museum which is housed in a replica of a 19th Century Finnish farmhouse. Pasadena Society of Artists members will display their works; artwork will be for sale and artists will be actively working on new pieces during the afternoon. Check out two current exhibitions: I Do! I Do! Pasadena Ties the Knot features a stunning display of vintage wedding gowns. The juried art exhibition,Relationships, showcases art inspired by the vintage wedding gowns. Kids can take home three different art projects involving a rain stick, a Japanese brush painting, and a family colla. Visitors can purchase a meal from the Pie â€˜n Burger truck that will be on site celebrating its 50th anniversary.For more information visit www.museumsofthearroyo.com and â€œlikeâ€ MOTA (museumsofthearroyo) on Facebook.Getting to MOTA DayGetting around MOTA Day is easy — take the Gold Line to Heritage Square or Southwest stations. Or drive your car and park at the many convenient parking lots. Bicyclists are also welcomed between museums and bike racks are available at Pasadena Museum of History; other museums offer fences for locking bikes.Walking is encouraged at the two Highland Park museums, which are close to each other. Also, free shuttles between all museums will be available.The MOTA Day shuttles will operate two free routes that allow visitors to easy get from museum to museum. One will run between Pasadena and Highland Park with stops at the Pasadena Museum of History (across the street from The Gamble House) and the Los Angeles Police Museum. The other will shuttle guests back and forth between the Los Angeles Police Museum, Lummis Home and Garden and Heritage Square.Parking will be available in Pasadena at Avery Dennison on Walnut (near Pasadena Museum of History) and surrounding streets. In Highland Park, parking will be at the Los Angeles Police Museumâ€™s parking lot, on Carlota Street (near Lummis Home and Garden), at Heritage Square and Southwest Museumâ€™s parking lots and surrounding streets.About the MOTA MuseumsThe Gamble House (4 Westmoreland Place, Pasadena, 626-793-3334)An internationally recognized National Historic Landmark, in the style of the American Arts and Crafts movement. Built in 1908, The Gamble House is the most complete and best-preserved example of the work of renowned Pasadena architects Charles and Henry Greene.Heritage Square Museum (3800 Homer Street, Los Angeles, 626-796-2898)Established in 1969, this living history museum reflects the settlement and development of Southern California from 1850 to 1950. Through guided tours, changing exhibits and special events, Heritage Square Museum takes its guest back in time to eras where electricity was a novelty, a trip to the beach was often a full-weekend activity and manners were distinctly different from those of today.The Los Angeles Police Museum (6045 York Blvd., Los Angeles, 323-344-9445)Founded in 1989, the museum displays the rich history of the LAPD from its beginnings on March 10, 1869. Located in the 1925 Highland Park Police Station, the museum was salvaged and restored to its original Renaissance Revival style and it a registered National Historic landmark.The Lummis Home and Garden (200 East Avenue 43, Los Angeles, 323-222-0546)A turn-of-the century home built over a 12-year period with stones from the arroyo by Charles Lummis, early activist, author and civic booster. Lummis also founded the Southwest Museum and was one of the first city editors of the fledging Los Angeles Times.Pasadena Museum of History (470 W. Walnut Street, Pasadena, 626-577-1660)A museum and research library/archives focusing on the history of Pasadena and the San Gabriel Valley, the museum is on the grounds of one of the few remaining grand homes on Pasadena’s former “Millionaire’s Row.” The 1906 Beaux Arts Fenyes Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The history galleries contain changing exhibitions and the â€œTupaâ€ or Finnish Folk Art Museum is one of the only such museums in the United States. Cultural Heritage Free Admission to the Gamble House and Pasadena Museum of History From STAFF REPORTS Published on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 | 3:41 pm Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Herbeauty10 Ways To Get Into Shape You’ve Never Tried BeforeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWho Was The Hollywood ‘It Girl’ The Year You Were Born?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty11 Ayurveda Heath Secrets From Ancient IndiaHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Of The Best Family Friendly Dog BreedsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty7 Most Startling Movie Moments We Didn’t Realize Were InsensitiveHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWant To Seriously Cut On Sugar? You Need To Know A Few TricksHerbeautyHerbeauty Subscribe Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena
By Nancy C. Hinkleand DanRahnUniversity of GeorgiaWhen cat fleas leave their cocoons, they have a week to 10 daysto find a host animal or die. So when they find one, they don’tleave on their own. Feeding on blood, they keep on making troubleand flea babies until they’re kicked out or killed.And cat fleas aren’t just for cats. These common fleas get theirblood meals from people, too, and many other mammals — dogs,raccoons, skunks, even birds. Getting room and board on so manyhosts makes them tenacious pests of both pets and their homes.Their feeding isn’t fun for the hosts. Cat fleas’ bites itch, andpets scratch and bite themselves repeatedly. Puppies and kittenswith lots of fleas can get anemic and even die.Cat fleas don’t carry many diseases. But they can transmit theagents that cause typhus and cat scratch disease. They’reintermediate hosts for dog tapeworms, too, which can affect smallchildren as well as dogs and cats.Flea allergy dermatitisMany dogs and some cats develop flea allergy dermatitis. Forthem, the bites trigger a cascade of symptoms in a misery ofexcessive grooming, hair loss and bare skin with weeping soresthat often lead to secondary infections. And the best way totreat it is to get rid of the fleas.Cat fleas are small, dark, reddish brown, wingless insects withbodies that are flattened side-to-side. They’re covered withbackward-pointing spines that make them hard to pull from a pet’scoat. And their long hind legs are well adapted for jumping.Female fleas mate and start laying eggs within two days.Averaging one an hour, they can lay hundreds of eggs in theseveral weeks they live. And when conditions are right, it takesonly a couple of weeks for the eggs to become adults.Only adults biteThe only good news is that only adult fleas are parasitic. Allother life stages develop off the host.The eggs, about a millimeter long, hatch in two days, or one withideal temperatures. The white, eyeless, legless larvae seldomtravel far, feeding on flea feces, dry blood and other thingsthat collect where pets live. The larvae develop in 10 days to amonth, then spin silk cocoons that look like little dirt clods orlint balls.In the cocoons, the larvae change into pupae and then adults inabout four days. And when the time is right — from less than aday to more than a year — the adult breaks out in itslife-or-death search for a host.Since they have to have blood to survive, treating host animalsis the best way to kill fleas.Flea bustersSeveral products do this well. Many contain pyrethrins, which aresafe and effective but don’t provide residual control. Otherover-the-counter compounds include spot-on permethrin products,which are limited to dogs and can be lethal to cats.Veterinarians can prescribe products that give weeks of controlwith one application. These are applied in small amounts on theback of the pet’s neck and spread over its body in skin oils.Other products come as sprays. These kill fleas on the pet withina few hours and then keep working for weeks.Once pets have been treated, it will take a while for the fleasaround them to die off. As they develop, fleas keep hopping ontothe pet, which keeps “harvesting” them from surrounding areasuntil they’ve been killed.Insect growth regulators can break the flea life cycle. Thesecompounds don’t kill adult fleas. But they do prevent eggs andlarvae from completing their development. So any fleas broughtinto the area won’t build up a sustaining population.Places where pets hang out gather flea eggs and larval food. Sokeep these areas clean and vacuumed, and treat them to preventinfestations and protect pets and people.
Previously, Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported that the Tokyo metropolitan government announced on Saturday that the man, a Tokyo resident in his 60s, had been infected with the novel coronavirus.Read also: Japanese man tests positive for COVID-19 after Indonesia visit: ReportHe had reportedly visited Indonesia from Feb. 15 and was hospitalized upon his return to Japan on Feb. 19 with severe difficulty breathing, and is said to be in a “serious condition”. The NHK did not specify the man’s destination in Indonesia.Foreign Ministry acting spokesperson Teuku “Faiz” Faizasyah said there had been no official communication from the Japanese authorities about the man. Indonesian authorities have yet to receive additional details about the Japanese man who reportedly tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) shortly after visiting Indonesia, ministry officials said.The Health Ministry’s Disease Control and Environmental Health Directorate General secretary Achmad Yurianto said that although the ministry had contacted the Indonesian Embassy (KBRI) in Tokyo about the man, they were still unable to verify his identity.“We don’t know his name or which part of Indonesia [he visited]. So what can we investigate?” Yurianto told The Jakarta Post on Sunday. “That’s the problem, until now there has been no information yet from Japan,” Yurianto said.Bayu Krisnamurthi, who headed the National Committee for Avian Flu Control and Pandemic Preparedness between 2006 and 2010, said that people infected with the coronavirus outside Indonesia could spread it inside the country through droplets from coughs and sneezes.“The health authorities should quickly clarify this case. It should be assumed that the virus could have been transmitted to someone else before the symptoms appeared,” Bayu told the Post.Meanwhile, Amin Soebandrio, the director of the Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology said that if the Japanese man showed no symptoms during his stay in Indonesia he could be undetected despite already carrying the virus during the incubation period, which is up to 14 days.“This is not just in Indonesia. [The man would be undetected] in any country if no symptoms were shown before he returned to Japan,” Amin told the Post.Amin also said that the Indonesian government had followed proper procedures according to the World Health Organization (WHO), including requiring health cards and quarantining travelers who recently visited China.“So the problem is not in our ability to detect [the coronavirus] or not, because we have put all the measures in place,” Amin said.There have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Indonesia to date.Topics :
Student Neal Nobbe, coach Chris Steele and student Will Amberger at the school board meeting Monday.Students at Batesville Community School Corporation will be in class longer for a week in April.The accumulated snow days forced local school administrators to adjust the calendar to meet the states mandated 180 days of instruction. Without adjustments to the calendar, the last three school days would have been Monday, June 2, 3 and 4.Batesville Superintendent Dr. Jim Roberts revealed his recommendation for a calendar change to the School Board of Trustees at the school board meeting Monday night.Students will make up the latest snow day, Monday, March 3, by going to school for an extra hour a day for a week.The longer school days will be Monday, April 14 to Friday, April 18, and also on Monday, April 21. Roberts explained that longer school days that week can benefit students preparing for the next round of ISTEP testing.The extra hour will be added to the end of the day, school officials confirmed.Batesville will also utilize a two day waiver granted from the Indiana Department of Education for missed days on Jan. 6 and Jan. 7. This will allow the school year to conclude on Friday, May 30.School board members approved the measure, as board member Steve Stein cited, “I believe this makes sense. I believe that one day in June is always a wasted day.”The decision comes one week after Franklin County Schools implemented an additional 40 minutes to school days from Monday, March 17 to April 16. The last day of instruction for Franklin County students is May 30.More news from the Monday’s Batesville School Board Meeting >>Only three school board members were present, as members Wanita Linkel and Ray Call were absent.Batesville Primary School UpgradesA proposal to renovate and make repairs to Batesville Primary School was approved by the school board. The 25-year-old building is in need of maintenance upgrades such as a boiler replacement, new cooling system, roof repairs and up-to-date building controls.The school will seek construction bids with the goal of not exceeding $2 million. The upgrades cost a taxpayer $32.10 that resides in median home value in the school district of $172,000.School Board President Chris Lowery said the maintenance upgrades can position the school to become more energy efficient.Lunch PricesSuperintendent Dr. Jim Roberts will travel to Washington D.C. on March 30 and 31, and will speak with legislators about the school lunch program. On Monday, school board members were informed that the USDA Food and Nutrition Service will require the school to raise lunch prices.The current average weighted price at Batesville is $1.54, school officials will be forced to raise that to at least a $1.60 next school year. A decision will not be made until Roberts returns from the nation’s capital.Students Ally Ritter, Zach Hall, Graham Hunter, Matt Weiler and swimming coach T.J. Greene.Recognizing Top Student-AthletesBatesville student Will Amberger received a Wrestling Jr. Academic All-State award. Fellow wrestler, Neal Nobbe, received an honorable mention.Even without a pool, Batesville swimmers continue to succeed in the water and in the classroom. Students Zach Hall, Graham Hunter, Ally Ritter and Matt Weiler are Academic All-State award winners.Board President Chris Lowery said the nominations continue to show Batesville as a school of student hyphens; student-athletes, students-performers, “But their students first, and it is good to see their family supporting that and coaches helping with that.”
RelatedPosts EPL: Son fires four past Southampton EPL: Saints tackle Mourinho’s Spurs Tottenham sign £25m Sergio Reguilon Jose Mourinho branded Southampton’s goalkeeping coach Andrew Sparkes “an idiot” after they clashed in Tottenham’s 1-0 defeat at St Mary’s. Mourinho received a yellow card from referee Mike Dean after the altercation in the second half, where the Portuguese was understood to be annoyed at time-wasting tactics from the Saints. The Tottenham boss’ frustration boiled over after watching his side labour to a poor defeat, as well as losing striker Harry Kane to injury on the south coast, where Danny Ings’ first-half goal gave the hosts the points. Asked about the incident after the game, Mourinho said: “I think the yellow card is fair because I was rude, but I was rude to an idiot. “And for some reason, I was rude, but I was and because I was I deserve the yellow card.” Southampton counterpart Ralph Hassenhuttl played dumb on the incident. “I cannot tell anything, I’m so concentrated on my game, I can only look at what I can teach my players,” he said. “I don’t want to say anything. I have a very high opinion about this manager – he did so much for football. “To win against his team is one thing that is interesting me today. It is not easy to play such a strong side.” Mourinho was perhaps deflecting from what was a disappointing showing against the Saints as Spurs’ top-four hopes suffered another blow. He also heavily criticised VAR after a possible penalty for a foul on Dele Alli in the first half was not reviewed, while Kane had a goal chalked off for offside in the action where the striker injured himself. “For me the referees are not the referees,” he said. “I think the VAR should change their name because Video Assistant Referee is not true. “It should be VR – Video Referee – because they are the referees. It is strange. You see the refs on pitch and they not the refs, they are the assistants. “The other guys in the office are the ones who make the big decisions of the game. In relation to the offsides, we had Harry Kane’s goal against Brighton disallowed for offside by I don’t know what margin.”Tags: Andrew SparkesJose MourinhoMike DeanSouthamptonTottenham Hotspur
A plastic shower hose was pulled from a dolphins stomach in Fort Myers.On Friday, the seven-foot long male dolphin washed ashore Fort Myers Beach in Big Carlos Pass, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.The FCC discovered the plastic item in the animal’s stomach during an autopsy.The FWC will have samples collected from the dolphin analyzed to determine the exact cause of death.This is the second stranded dolphin to be found in the area with a belly full of garbage in a month.A baby female rough-toothed dolphin had a piece of a balloon and two plastic bags in its stomach at in late April.The dolphin was found emaciated and in poor health, and biologists decided to “humanely euthanize” it.
Cape Verde joined hosts South Africa in the quarterfinals of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations after a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Angola at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Sunday evening.A first half own-goal from Cape Verde captain Nando had put the Sable Antelopes in charge, but late strikes from Fernando Varela and Heldon saw the Blue Sharks to their first victory in the Afcon and secured a place in the next round, as Bafana Bafana drew 2-2 with Morocco in a concurrent game in Durban.Angola were the first to threaten a goal, as captain and star striker Manucho headed just wide of the far post from a 12th minute free kick. The Sable Antelopes dominated the opening 20 minutes, but it was soon the turn of the Islanders to begin to find a foothold in the game and pose some tough questions for their opponent’s defence.On 33 minutes Angola finally scored their first goal of the tournament and took the lead. Gilberto whipped in a low cross from the left flank that was sliced into his own net by Cape Verde defender Nando.The Blue Sharks almost came up with an immediate reply, as Babanco’s free kick was flicked just wide of the target by Julio Tavares in the 36th minute. A short while later Angola goalkeeper Lama had to palm away a well-hit drive from Platini.Cape Verde introduced both Heldon and Djaniny at the start of the second half and nearly forced an equaliser soon after the restart, with Julio Tavares seeing a goal-bound header cleared off the line by Manucho Dinis. On 66 minutes Heldon almost forced a goal for the Blue Sharks with a well-struck free kick, but Lama pushed the ball away to keep his side in the ascendancy.Finally, with just under 10 minutes to play, Fernando Varela was able to force home a header from a rebound at a corner kick, making it 1-1 and giving Cape Verde genuine hope that they could progress.In the final minute of regulation time the Islanders’ dream came true when Heldon latched onto a rebound off goalkeeper Lama and fired home a left-footed shot to make it 2-1 and secure a famous victory.South Africa finished top of Group A with five points. Cape Verde had the same tally, but were ranked second due to an inferior goal difference (the teams played to a 0-0 draw in their head-to-head match).Cape Verde (0) 2 (Fernando Varela 81’, Heldon 90’) Angola (1) 1 (Nando og 33’)Cape Verde: Vozinha, Carlitos, Gege, Nando, Fernando Varela, Marco Soares, Babanco, Toni Varela (Djaniny 46’), Ryan Mendes, Platini (Heldon 46’), Julio TavaresAngola: Lama, Marco Airosa, Dani Massunguna, Amaro, Bastos, Manucho Dinis, Zuela (Yano 85’), Gilberto (Geraldo 80’), Mateus (Dede 64’), Djalma, Manucho