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David Cowgill

Location:
Columbus, OH

Division:
Men's 60

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Oct. 26, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

Correct. Batter up !
Oct. 25, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

This western appeared every week on TV right before Gunsmoke, It's lead actor had his pistol pointed right at you during the opening scene. Name the series and the actor.
Oct. 25, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: How Weather Affects Softball Travel Distances:

Sorry, wrong topic. What a meathead !
Oct. 25, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: How Weather Affects Softball Travel Distances:

This show appeared on TV every week right before Gunsmoke. It's star actor had his pistol pointed right at you during the opening scene. Name this series and the actor.
Oct. 25, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: How Weather Affects Softball Travel Distances:

No doubt. That's ball abuse. I hate it when that haappens.
Oct. 25, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: How Weather Affects Softball Travel Distances:

Kevin at Anaconda / Trump told me that the average ssoftball will lose 5 lbs of compression for every degree that the temperature is above 72 degrrees, and will gain 5 pounds of compression for every degree below 72 degrees.
He also advises that Trump's 44/375 ball With MCT ( Micro Cell Technology) does not lose any compression on hot, humid Summer days due to the unique manufacturing process that is used on those balls.
We have used those balls in our leagues and tournaments a few times with excellent results in 90+ degree days. They don't lose a thing in the heat and humidity.
Oct. 25, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

Mare's Leg or Mare's Laig
Oct. 24, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

Right on.
Mickey Gubitosi first appeared in the series " Our Gang" in 1939. His character ," Mickey, " replaced the character of " Porky " when actor Eugene Lee became to old to fit the series. In 1942, Mickey Gubitositook the stage name of Bobby Blake. The character then became known as " Mickey Blake." Later on,the actor took the stage name of Robert Blake.
Blake is probably best known for his work in the detective series " Baretta." He appeared in the movie ' In Cold Blood"
He was later accused of killing his con artist wife Bobbi Bakley but was later acquitted. Many feel that was his best acting performance which got him acquitted.
I'm done... I've gotta get a life ! Out !!!!
Oct. 24, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

Scratch the previous question.

What actor named Mickey replaced Porky ? He is alive today. His best acting job ever was in a courtroom, in my opinion.
Oct. 24, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

What actor named Mickey played the part of Porky ?
Oct. 23, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

John Beresford Tipton
Oct. 22, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

Correct again. Good job. The floor is yours. Out.
Oct. 21, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

If you have one part the other is easy to get.
You are right, the show is PETER GUNN.
Oct. 21, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

Name the lead actor, not a series name.
Oct. 21, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: Bats
Discussion: TECH' INFOR on COMPOSITE BATS & REACTION TIME.

Back in the 70's and 80's, I believe that the pitchers mound was at 46' or at 45' when we used wooden bats. That figure alone will skew the above reaction times a little.
There seemed to be more of a pride factor by pitchers in being squared up and ready to field ALL pitches that they threw, not just one or two every once in a while. All too often I see pitchers lob one in and not be in a position to field..glove down at side, pitcher turned sideways, etc. Be as safe as you want, it's up to you. ou're not glued to the rubber. Back up, wear protective gear, be ready to field.
Oct. 21, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

Ok...here goes.
Name the actor for this private eye series set on an unknown waterfront. The series was the first to use cool jazz as background music while the other shows still used generic orchestra music..
Oct. 20, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

He drove a 1953 Ford with " M Squad " on the hood.
Lee Marvin may have been the toughest of all TV tough guys.
Oct. 20, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: TV Trivia 5

How about " M Squad " starring Lee Marvin as Lt. Frank Ballinger ?
Aug. 9, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Fastpitch my a-- !

On 7-15-05, Craig Opal posted the following letter and response on this subject to Kevin Ryan, National Director of ASA Umpires, on Craig Opal's website: www.softballhitting.com:
" Hi, Kevin,
I know that you are a busy guy, but I can't see anywhere in writing that says it is OK to usa fastpitch bats in slowpitch and vice versa. If it has the ASA 2004 stamps,that seems to me it would be good enough, but many local umpires never seem to be on the same page regarding this. So comoing from you is all that I would need. Thank you for your time.
Craig Opal "

Kevin Ryan's response was:
"Craig,
You are correct we do not differentiate. The manufacturers do for a sales technique but we do not. So we do not even refer to them as FP or SP bats.
If it has the ASA 2004 logo and does not appear on the banned list it is good to go.
Hope that helps.

Kevin Ryan

National Director of ASA Umpires
2801 NE 50th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73111 "
June 19, 2007
OLDBUCK23
Topic: Rules of the game
Discussion: New Mat Size

Gary19,
It's obvious that softball players don't need mats to play.
I expressed an opinion that I think that a mat brings more consistency to umpiring, period.. I am quite happy to play with or without a mat. Lighten up.
The sky is not falling !
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