Sunday, July 05, 2015

Jack Jewsbury Stoppage-Time Goal Carries Timbers Past Quakes

At Portland, Oregon:

In the lone Sunday Major League Soccer contest---one that had its' start pushed back six hours due to a heat advisory---Jack Jewsbury scored the winning goal in the opening minute of second-half stoppage time as the Portland Timbers---despite seeing two goals disallowed due to offside calls---defeated the visiting San Jose Earthquakes 1-0 for their fifth straight home victory.

The Timbers' next match is set for this coming Saturday at 4:00 PM Pacific Time (ROOT Sports Northwest) as they take on the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania.

Riders Suffer Tough OT Setback At Home Against Argos

At Regina, Saskatchewan:

Quarterback Trevor Harris completed 30 of 38 passes for 267 yards and four touchdowns (including an 11-yard pass to Tori Gurley in overtime and the winning two-point conversion pass to Anthony Coombs) on Sunday as the Toronto Argonauts (2-0) knocked off the home-standing Saskatchewan Roughriders (0-2) 42-40 in Canadian Football League action.

Saturday, July 04, 2015

Timbers U23s Fall To Lane United On Road

At Springfield, Oregon:

Lane United FC knocked off the Portland Timbers' Under-23 squad 2-0 at home in Friday Premier Development League action.

Friday, July 03, 2015

Heat Advisory Pushes Timbers Home Match With Quakes Back Six Hours

The Portland Timbers' Major League Soccer home game against the San Jose Earthquakes, originally scheduled for 2:00 PM Pacific Time on Sunday, has been pushed back to 8:00 PM Pacific Time that evening due to a heat advisory.

The match will still be televised live on ESPN 2.

Thursday, July 02, 2015

So You Parked Your Wife And Kissed Your '59 Rambler, Eh?

Here's another magazine ad for the 1959 Rambler, one of numerous such advertisements during the 1957-60 period featuring a comic strip featuring some poor soul who was not happy with his big gas guzzler, and after looking over those cute little foreign cars, became sold on Rambler's big-car room and small-car handling ease and economy.

Pictured here is the Rambler four-door sedan.

Another '59 Rambler

In this case, it's the Rambler Rebel V-8 four-door Country Club hardtop sedan.

Big Car Room, Small Car Economy And Handling Ease

Here's part of a magazine ad for the 1959 Rambler, featuring the Rambler Cross Country Station Wagon, plus the '59 Rambler American two-door sedan and station wagon.

'57 Studebaker

Here's the front cover of a brochure for the 1957 Studebaker.

T2 Back On Winning Track

At Portland, Oregon:

In Thursday United Soccer League action, Kharlton Belmar (10'), Safiu Fatawa (14'), and Seth Casiple (86') each scored a goal as Portland Timbers 2 defeated visiting Arizona United 3-1.

Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Timbers Fall To RSL In US Open Cup Play

At Sandy, Utah:

Sebastian Jaime (54') and Javier Morales (PK-71') as Real Salt Lake blanked the visiting Portland Timbers 2-0 on Wednesday night to advance to the quarterfinal round of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup tournament.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Road Draw For Timbers U23s

At Seattle:

The Portland Timbers' Under-23 squad held the hosts Puget Sound Gunners to a 1-1 Sunday Premier Development League draw.

Monday, June 29, 2015

S2 Too Much For T2

At Portland:

San Garza (45') and Pablo Rossi (86') each scored once on Monday as Seattle Sounders 2 blanked home-standing Portland Timbers 2 by a score of 2-0 in United Soccer League play.

Jack Carter, Comedian Who Brought Rapid-Fire Delivery To TV, R.I.P.

Jack Carter, the Brooklyn-born son of Russian immigrants who would  go on to become one of television's first stars and is best remembered as a stand-up comedian known for his rapid-fire delivery and impressions, and whose career continued into the 21st Century, passed away on Sunday at his Beverly Hills, California home from respiratory failure just days after his 93rd birthday.

Mr. Carter was a frequent guest on The Ed Sullivan Show and his impersonations of the "Great Stone Face" even brought a smile or two to Mr. Sullivan.

Unlike many other comedians of his generation, Jack did not come out of the Catskill Mountains; instead he came from the theater.

After appearing in a number of plays during the 1940s, Jack hosted a short-lived ABC Network television show entitled American Minstrels of 1949, before becoming the original host of DuMont's Cavalcade of Stars.

In 1950, NBC signed him to host a Saturday night variety show which ran a couple of seasons.

Jack would appear in movies, on numerous TV shows, and on Broadway during the course of a career that would last for nearly three-quarters of a century.


Here's the front of a brochure for the 1950 Hudson Pacemaker.