Commentary: Susan Bayh And The Fairytale That Never Was

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first_imgBy John KrullTheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Susan Bayh turned the tables on me.This was long ago, early in her time as Indiana’s first lady. Her husband, Democrat Evan Bayh, had ended a 20-year-long run of Republicans holding the state’s top office by winning the governorship in 1988.The Bayhs were young and beautiful. He was just past 30. She was just shy of it. Susan was a former Miss Southern California. Evan looked like a male model.Together, they seemed like Indiana’s answer to Jack and Jackie, a heartland Camelot myth in the making, a Hoosier couple destined to dance among the stars. Detractors and political opponents dismissed them as the state’s version of Barbie and Ken, synthetic figures without souls.I wanted to do a piece on what it felt like to be that youthful and at the center of so much attention and speculation.The young Mrs. Bayh and I met for the interview at Shapiro’s, a deli on Indianapolis’s near south side.As we munched on sandwiches, I asked her questions about what her life was like. She answered each one forthrightly and often with a great deal of wit.But, after she’d answered, she’d pose a question of her own, one similar in tone and scope to mine.Then, she’d smile and wait for me to respond, refusing to address any more of my queries until I’d dealt with hers.Finally, I shook my head and laughed.She asked why.“I’m trying to figure out the precise moment I lost control of this interview,” I said.She smiled.Point made.The lives she and her husband led were lives like those of other human beings, not the stuff of some fairytale. Their marriage had its joys and stresses, just like everyone else’s.The important thing to remember, she argued, with charm and grace, was that it was their marriage.And no one else’s.I can’t claim to know Evan and Susan Bayh as well as some people do.But it’s always seemed to me that the key to understanding them was to understand the nature of their reserve. Because so much of their lives had to be exhibited to the public, it was important to them to keep the private parts as private as they could.They needed some space that could be theirs and theirs alone.That became clear during the gubernatorial years. The Bayhs wanted to start a family. Their first attempt ended, as it does for so many young couples, in a miscarriage.The Bayhs had not wanted the public to know Susan was pregnant, but the story leaked. When the pregnancy ended, the young couple had to deal not only with grief and loss but a sense of violation.I wrote a column at the time saying it was easy to understand why they felt violated, but that I hoped they could take some comfort from the knowledge that many people grieved with them. Sorrow is something we all experience, a part of life that unites us as people.After the piece ran, Evan Bayh called me. He said the column brought comfort to both him and Susan.So much time has passed since those days.The Bayhs did have a family, twin boys who graduate from college this spring. Evan Bayh’s political career stalled after a couple of terms in the U.S. Senate, then crashed in 2016 when his comeback attempt failed.The fairytale that never was ended.And now comes the news that Susan Bayh battles brain cancer of the same sort that U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, fights. It’s same cancer that took the lives of U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Massachusetts, and Beau Biden, former Vice President Joe Biden’s son.In a statement, the Bayh family said Susan, her husband, and her sons plan to face and fight this cancer with dignity and determination.Doubtless, they will.And much of that fight will be hers and theirs alone.But it is my hope that Susan Bayh and her family will forgive the rest of us for sharing our concern, our prayers, and our heartfelt best wishes.And that she turns the tables on this disease, just as she did on me oh so long ago.FOOTNOTE: John Krull is director of Franklin College’s Pulliam School of Journalism, host of “No Limits” WFYI 90.1 Indianapolis and publisher of TheStatehouseFile.com, a news website powered by Franklin College journalism students.The City-County Observer posted this article without opinion, bias or editing.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more


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first_imgBut BU students aren’t the only ones signing up. At Binghamton University, students from the Center for Civic Engagement checked in on fellow Bearcats. Voting ambassadors approached their peers on campus asking, “Are you registered to vote?” (WBNG) — With 42 days until the election, the race to The White House is heating up. Sept. 22 is a push for voters because it’s National Voter Registration Day. “This year there’s been a huge turnout,” he said. “You see it on social media, you see it with athletes and movie stars — everyone’s pushing to get out the vote so we’ve had a tremendous, tremendous amount of registrations, absentee ballots, absentee ballot requests, so it’s a very busy time for all of us here at the Board of Elections.” Smith adds that the number of absentee ballots that have been requested are the highest he’s “ever seen.” Mark E. Smith, Broome County Republican Election Commissioner, says that voter registration is high, adding: there are a lot of important issues for voters ranging from the pandemic to the selection to the next Supreme Court Justice. The group also provided resources for students, including checking in with those who requested an absentee ballot. To get more information and to learn how to register to vote, click here. Shelli Cohen, a voter ambassador for the Andrew Goodman Foundation, said that she has been helping register student-voters since she got back to campus. “When we were doing it during move-in [day], we saw around 100 students a day,” she said, “but every day is different.”last_img read more


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first_imgLast Updated: 16th January, 2019 23:13 IST Chennai’s Gukesh Crowned World’s Second Youngest Grandmaster And Youngest Indian To Achieve The Feat Twelve-year-old Gukesh has overtaken the mark set by his state-mate R Praggnanandhaa in June last year and has now become India’s youngest Grandmaster. I didn’t feel any pressure before the game. I just forgot about the pressure and focused on my game, he added. He said he was a little disappointed to have missed out on breaking Karjakin’s record in Barcelona, but felt relieved after a while and focussed on his game. Press Trust Of India The son of Rajinikanth and Padma, both doctors, the lad started playing the game with his parents at home, and he was later enrolled in an academy in the locality. He was drawn to the game under the guidance of MS Bhaskar and then a few others, including Vishnu Prasanna. LIVE TV He is presently coached by Grand Master Vishnu Prasad.A seventh standard student of Velammal Vidyalaya, he says his school has supported him a lot whenever he had to miss classes to play in tournaments.Gukesh, with a FIDE rating of 2497, says his aim is now to keep improving his game and achieve the Super GM title. Gukesh, however, recovered and he put that setback behind him and has now beaten the record held by his friend Praggnanandhaa, who was 12 years and 10 months old when he became India’s youngest GM.Read: Chess Olympiad: Indian Men And Women Beat Holland And Peru Respectively To Keep Medal Hopes AliveThe youngster, who idolises legendary Chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer and India’s Viswanathan Anand, told PTI after achieving the feat that he was very happy and excited. In December last, the Chennai boy had narrowly missed on the record when he lost his third round game against GM Daniele Vocaturo of Italy at the Sunway Sitges International in Barcelona. “At the age of seven, I joined a summer camp in my school. MS Bhaskar, my coach, spotted my talent and encouraged me,” Gukesh said. “Now that I have become a GM, I can play bigger tournaments and will get invitations to challenging events. I want to improve my game and also achieve Super Grandmaster title,” he says. COMMENT First Published: 16th January, 2019 23:13 IST “I am very happy and excited to have become a Grand Master. I am delighted to have won the third (GM) norm and the title. I would like to play Anand sir sometime,” he said over the phone. SUBSCRIBE TO US “I was a little disappointed not to break the record in Spain (Barcelona) but chose to focus on the way forward. I also missed out on achieving the record in Mumbai during the Mumbai International Chess tournament due to a technical issue,” he added. The Chennai lad, who trains six to seven hours a day, said he likes to watch Tamil comedy scenes to relax.Gukesh had secured his first Grandmaster norm during the Bangkok Open in 2018 when he finished 27th in a strong field. His biggest moment came when he won the U-12 World Cadets Championship with a score of 10 out of 11. He continued his great run by securing the top spot and winning the GM norm round-robin tournament in Serbia.Noted chess coach RB Ramesh, who trains Praggnanandhaa, congratulated Gukesh on his achievement. “So many norms at Delhi open! Congratulations to Gukesh for becoming second youngest Grandmaster in the world!,” he wrote on his Facebook page.Gukesh’s father said he was elated at his son’s achievement and also relieved. His mother Padma said she was feeling great and was proud of Gukesh’s feat. Twelve-year-old Gukesh has overtaken the mark set by his state-mate R Praggnanandhaa in June last year and has now become India’s youngest Grandmaster. Tamil Nadu lad D Gukesh on Tuesday became the second youngest Grand Master in the world and the youngest Indian to achieve the feat at 12 years, seven months and 17 days, erasing the mark set by his state-mate R Praggnanandhaa in June last year. Written By “I felt some pressure while playing in Barcelona as there was a possibility of my breaking the record. But once I missed the chance, the pressure was gone. Now, I am relaxed,” he added. “I am feeling great now and also proud of him. He was under little pressure when playing in Spain when there was a possibility of him breaking the world record in the tournament,” she added. WATCH US LIVE He achieved his third and final GM norm at the ongoing 17th Delhi International Open Chess tournament after beating compatriot DK Sharma in the ninth round. Gukesh has now become India’s 59th Grand Master.Ukraine’s Sergey Karjakin remains the youngest-ever GM, having achieved the feat at the age of 12 years and seven months in 2002. FOLLOW USlast_img read more


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first_img– Stubborn Valencia –Yet, Valencia showed they are made of sterner stuff this season in their reaction to going behind as a fine team move cut open the Madrid defence down Valencia’s left and Toni Lato’s cross was turned in by Soler.Isco and Karim Benzema twice then passed up huge chances with just Neto to beat as Real ended the half firmly on top.Madrid’s pressure continued after the break as Casemiro and Luka Modric saw long-range efforts tipped wide by the impressive Neto.However, Valencia were also posing a threat on the counter-attack as Simone Zaza headed over a golden chance when unmarked 10 yards out before Keylor Navas produced a stunning save from Dani Parejo’s free-kick.Valencia thought they had secured their first win at the Bernabeu since 2008 when Kondogbia swept home Rodrigo’s cross from the edge of the area 13 minutes from time.But Asensio rescued Madrid when his free-kick wrong-footed Neto.And they should have snatched all three points when Benzema fired wide from point-blank range before being denied by Neto once more in stoppage time.Elsewhere on Sunday, there was a trio of 1-0 away wins for Sevilla, Leganes and Athletic Bilbao.Sevilla got their first league victory of the season thanks to Paulo Henrique Ganso as his sensational flicked finish with the outside of his left foot saw off Getafe.Leganes moved up to fourth with a surprise win at Espanyol thanks to Martin Mantovani’s solitary goal.And veteran striker Aritz Aduriz edged a Basque derby Athletic’s way at Eibar.Share on: WhatsApp 3Madrid, Spain | AFP |  Real Madrid needed a late strike from Marco Asensio to prevent a shock defeat but still saw their relentless winning streak ended by Valencia in a thrilling 2-2 draw at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday.Asensio had got the hosts off to the perfect start after just 10 minutes, but Carlos Soler rounded off an excellent Valencia team move to level shortly after.Valencia stunned the Bernabeu when Geoffrey Kondogbia, who joined the club this week on a season-long loan from Inter Milan, swept home Rodrigo’s cross from the edge of the area.However, like on so many occasions last season, Madrid had a late reply as Asensio curled home a free-kick seven minutes from time.A draw ends Real’s eight-game winning run stretching back to May and sees the European champions fall two points behind rivals Barcelona after just two games of the La Liga season.“I can’t be happy with the result, but the performance was excellent and we deserved more today,” said Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane.“That’s football, you can’t always win.“We’ve lost two points, but I am very proud of my players.Valencia have endured two dreadful years, finishing 12th for the past two seasons, but there were further encouraging signs of a revival under new coach Marcelino Garcia Toral after their opening day win over Las Palmas.“It was a great spectacle,” said Marcelino.“A draw was a fair result, although either side could have won.“I am sure the fans will be proud of their players.“You can see what we are working on and that we want to be a solid and bold team.”Madrid were without the suspended Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos and their presence at both ends of the field was felt in a wide open game filled with chances at both ends.Another Real win looked on the cards when Asensio pounced on a slack pass from Kondogbia to fire into the bottom corner just 10 minutes in.last_img read more


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first_img Girls Golf Rocks is celebrating a successful second year of growing the game by attracting new girl golfers. Over 80% of girls who try the game at special taster sessions are going on to take coaching courses – and many are expected to move into club membership. Girls Golf Rocks is also gaining a rapidly growing presence on social media as it spreads the message the golf is a great game for girls. It is helped by its ambassadors – all girls from county squads – who support the new players and show them that golf is a fun and friendly sport. The recruitment campaign is run jointly by England Golf and the Golf Foundation and has received the backing of players like Annabel Dimmock, an England international in her amateur days and now a playr on the Ladies European Tour. She co-hosted a taster session at Wexham Golf Club in Buckinghamshire (pictured below), helping to inspire 35 newcomers to the game and taking part in an ‘Ask Annabel’ Q&A session. Buckinghamshire is one of 15 counties taking part in this year’s Girls Golf Rocks, up from nine counties in 2016. The others involved are Bedfordshire, Cumbria, Dorset, Durham, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Kent, Leicestershire, Norfolk, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, Wiltshire and Yorkshire. The campaign is successfully encouraging hundreds of girls to take free taster sessions followed by coaching courses with PGA professionals and then a fun golf day, also involving the ambassadors. Over 80% of the girls attending tasters have gone on to the coaching courses and those who completed at least four sessions received a free, custom-fitted seven-iron from US Kids Golf, the official equipment supplier to the Golf Foundation. Dorset was notable with 71 out of 72 girls going on to take coaching, while in Cheshire all 53 girls made the transition – and all are making excellent use of their seven irons. Kent girls made a video at their fun day, explaining what they like about the game. “The best thing about golf is that anyone can do it,” said a 12-year-old. “As well as being a sport it’s fun, it makes you think and it is actually quite tactical.” In Essex, the county has launched Girls Golf Rocks On Tour, offering a series of golf days combining coaching and fun competitions. They’re open to complete beginners as well as improvers and players from Girls Golf Rocks. Lauren Spray, England Golf Women and Girls’ Participation Manager, said: “This is great news to pass on in England Golf’s Women and Girls’ Month. “Girls Golf Rocks is creating a growing awareness of girls’ golf and proving that if we can get them to try the game they will keep on playing. We hope this will encourage clubs to run more girls-only events to get them involved. “We’re also making much more impact on social media and it’s a really effective way to reach more girls.” Martin Crowder, Golf Foundation Development Manager, added: “I’m delighted to see the momentum continue in the counties we worked with last year, but also see the same instant impact in the new ones.  The seven-iron we have provided to each girl across all 15 counties has been warmly received and I really hope this inspires the girls to carry on playing golf regularly at clubs with their new friends.” Girls who would like to join in should click here to visit the Girls Golf Rocks Facebook page for details of participating clubs. They will be welcome to join coaching sessions. Top image: Durham Girls Golf Rocks ambassadors (copyright Leaderboard Photography). 13 Jun 2017 More girls are rocking into golf! last_img read more


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first_imgMallard’s Source for sports would like to add to the Cinderella seasons for Sensations Dress Shop with Team of the Week honours.The team includes, coach Laura Zondervan, Heather Potkins, Anna Milde, Haley Slomba, Shaen Panko-Dool, Bryce Winters, Ava Young, Alex Pompu, Riley Zondervan, coach Beth Corven, Veronica Kearnes, Kelsey Andrusak, Hannah Corven, Camryn Parnell, Kamylle Barton, Jaden How and Ellee Atkinson. During the regular season Sensations Dress Shop struggled to find any consistency against the rest of the Girl’s U14 League teams.However, when playoffs rolled in the squad rose to World Cup form as Sensations Dress Shop won the Nelson Youth Soccer U14 Girl’s House League crown with a thrilling 3-2 shootout win over Vogue during Championship Saturday at the Lakeside Pitch.Sensations Dress Shop and Vogue played to a 2-2 regulation tie before the victors took over to capture the House League crown in shootout.last_img read more


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first_img29 April 2016Shout out to everyone the record was broken 17181sm! @buzpr @CapeTalk @NelsonMandela thank you knitwits all over! pic.twitter.com/aTOfwPNgWA— 67 Blankets (@67Blankets) April 22, 2016The 67 Blankets for Mandela campaign encourages people from all over the world, and now prisoners from across the country, to contribute handmade blankets towards creating a giant world record-breaking blanket, while contributing to a good cause.The campaign has confirmed that the Guinness Book of Records has officially recognised the organisation’s successful world record attempt at creating the world’s biggest blanket.Over 10 300 crocheted blankets will soon be distributed to those in need – thanks to @67Blankets @Carolyn_Steyn pic.twitter.com/88Dlexk727— Yusuf Abramjee (@Abramjee) April 24, 2016On 22 April 2016, thousands of blanket contributions from as far afield as Asia, the United States and Australia, as well as blankets handmade by South African prisoners – totalling over 20 tons of handmade blankets – were stitched and combined at the Drakenstein Correctional Centre in Paarl‚ Western Cape. The combined blanket covered 17 181 square metres‚ five times larger than last year’s blanket record achieved through a similar idea in India.Knitters set world record for Nelson Mandela @67blankets #KnitWits #yeswewool #wedidit https://t.co/dQPEJMAJXy pic.twitter.com/WlnQ3S93CS— TheLuvvie (@Sinkins_E) April 26, 2016The 67 Blankets for Mandela organisation, inspired by the life and values of Nelson Mandela, approached South African prisoners to crochet and contribute their unique blanket designs to the record attempt, using almost R7-million worth of donated yarn.Drakenstein was an appropriate venue: It was from this facility that Nelson Mandela took his first steps to freedom on 11 February 1990.All blankets that formed part of the world record will be distributed to the poor.In August 2015‚ campaign founder Carolyn Steyn, together National Commissioner of Correctional Services Zach Modise, established an initiative to introduce blanket-making in prisons as part of prisoners’ rehabilitation. “The initiative offers an opportunity for inmates from across the country to give back to society‚” Modise said at the launch. “The key to rehabilitation is empowering offenders with skills to function effectively in society upon their release.”Since the organisation’s launch in 2014‚ the enthusiasm of KnitWits for Madiba – as contributors call themselves – has spread around the world. But for Steyn the prisoners’ participation was a “momentous” new direction for the concept: “Thousands of men and women serving sentences in South Africa will be largely responsible for keeping thousands upon thousands of people in impoverished communities warmer over all the winters to come‚ in the name of the greatest prisoner of them all‚ is. indicative of a healing nation‚” Steyn said at the record attempt.Watch a video clip of the successful world record attempt:Source: SABC Newslast_img read more


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first_imgLATEST STORIES John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Irving-less Celtics hold off Raptors for 12th straight victory Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Sock is one of four players to qualify for the tournament for the first time. Zverev, Grigor Dimitrov and David Goffin also qualified, though Goffin played in the tournament last year as an alternate after Gael Monfils withdrew.After the Federer match, Rafael Nadal was given his trophy for finishing the year as the No. 1 player in the rankings.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe Spaniard will play his first match at the tournament for the top eight players in the world on Monday against Goffin. Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:48Trump awards Penske Presidential Medal00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Read Next Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa MOST READ Roger Federer of Switzerland celebrates at match point after beating Jack Sock of the United States in their singles tennis match at the ATP World Finals at the O2 Arena in London, Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)Federer has won a record six titles at the ATP Finals, including two in Houston, two in Shanghai and two in London. His last one came in 2011.In 2017, he has won a tour-best seven titles, the most he has won since taking eight in 2007.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more


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first_imgBy BEN HARRISOn a field that resembled Sydney Harbour than Sunshine Coast Stadium, New South Wales clinched the men’s open State of Origin division with a 3-1 victory over Queensland.The deciding match was robbed of the entertainment spectacle the previous two matches dished up due to torrential rain that swept across the ground during the match.The field was a little bit damp due to an earlier shower but nobody would have foreseen for what was about to hit.In 15 minutes, large pools of water covered the entire surface of the ground.It had a huge impact on the game as players could not drive properly, dump properly or pass a long ball.“It was very hard, very hard to play on,” New South Wales captain Steve Roberts said.“It was just the simple footy that we did that helped. “There was always going to be mistakes and getting the two tries early helped us out and we just had to hold them out.”It was a tough opening period to the match as both teams tried to work the other out.Tim Good scored in the seventh minute and it was at that time the heavens opened.The conditions made it difficult for the teams to play their normal style.As Olympic-size pools of water covered the playing surface, New South Wales were able to grab a second touchdown through Robert Nakhla.The match became slow as players tried to stay on their feet.Queensland had several opportunities to score but the final pass would miss the mark; Trevor Moran’s Superman effort nearly paid off.As the minutes ticked down, it looked like there would be no scores in the second half.However a quick knock-on pass by Daniel Barton to Nakhla saw the winger score and all but seal the match for his side.Drumayne Dayberg-Muir scored a consolation touchdown for Queensland towards the end.When the full-time hooter went, Roberts let out a huge roar and his team-mates flanked their leader in the middle of the field and in the pouring rain.“Very happy with the boys,” Roberts said.“Queensland, credit to them, they always come out and play really hard, they levelled it up at one-all and the boys [NSW] just dug deep in the last game. “The conditions weren’t fantastic but we did what we had to do to get the win.”NEW SOUTH WALES 3 (Robert Nakhla 2, Tim Good touchdowns) def QUEENSLAND 1 (Drumayne Dayberg-Muir touchdown). HT: NSW 2-0. NSW won division 2-1. There are plenty of ways to keep up-to-date with all of the latest results, news and information from the 2014 State of Origin. The Touch Football Australia and State of Origin websites will be updated regularly throughout the event with all of the latest information and can be found by clicking on the links below: www.soo.mytouchfooty.com www.touchfootball.com.au All of Touch Football Australia’s social media pages will be regularly updated throughout the NYC event, so be sure to ‘like’ and ‘follow’ us by clicking on the links below. Facebook – www.facebook.com/touchfootballaustralia Twitter – www.twitter.com/touchfootyaus (be sure to use the hashtag #soo2014) Instagram – www.instagram.com/touchfootballaustralia (be sure to use the hashtag #soo2014) The TFA YouTube channel will also have highlights and live games streamed throughout the event. Please click on the link below to be taken to the channel, and be sure to become a subscriber to the channel – www.youtube.com/touchfootballausPlease note, the link for the Open’s games by television production company, Power Productions – https://new.livestream.com/powerproductions/2014stateoforiginseriesRelated LinksSOO men’s open 3last_img read more


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