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You Can Tour This Banjo Museum Without Getting Up From Your Couch
"For more than fifteen years Boston area filmmaker mark fields has been on a quest to capture and share the story the banjo he's assembled more than three hundred hours of original video and piles of research that's the fuel for his new banjo museum you don't need to leave the couch to visit as Andrea que of member station W. B. O. R. reports mark fields production team as wiring up collector Jim Bowman and his rare eighteen fifty eight Fangio testing one two three four Warren Bowman's artifact field home just outside Boston it's a place that I came to when I first started this project and realize how much there is about the banjo which people don't know about in which people should know about that's it feels he says Bowman's trove of two hundred plus instruments and Gander related stuff is a portal into America's social history and Bowman is happy to share it with a lot more people the whole fuddy Duddy and being electronically challenged all my information is on three by five cards in the collection and yet he can bring that to the digital age for wrong so what was what I'm gonna play a tune called Vance's song which was written about double Vance who lose you'll recall a legend of West Virginia okay we're gonna back in his office in nearby Emerson College fields leads the tour and his digital museum in the making called the banjo project it includes interactive timelines archival footage of famous players and dynamic displays of the instruments themselves field zooms in on one photographed in three hundred and sixty degrees you can look at the detail all the way down to the grain of the wood the brackets the hardware then with the click of his mouse fields does what would be alarm tripping in most museums he flips the banjo over so we can see the maker signature on its back the banjo project traces the instrument's history from its African origins to the present day do interviews with historians makers and such contemporary performers as Rhiannon Giddens cofounder of the Carolina chocolate drops there's so much history in this music yeah is not the good stuff and then some of them had stuff is the banjos rolling the minstrel era from the mid eighteen hundreds through the early twentieth century all right let's face it the whole American entertainment industry was founded on the minstrel show for better or for worse that's a good starting place for understanding a lot of things that happened since then field says white minstrel entertainers coopted the banjo donned blackface and created caricatures of slaves and their music that entered for decades on the site no musicologists Gregory Adams elaborates you can't talk about the history of the band if you can't talk about racism slavery misogyny appropriation exploitation all of the things that run counter to what we love about the danger but the instrument was also with tool for liberation as scholar rex Ellis of the national museum of African American history and culture points out in the banjo project he reflects on the life of Gus cannon who was born on a Mississippi plantation and went on to write a song in the nineteen twenties that would become a pop hit nearly half a century later so when the band show not only becomes something that he can express himself with it also becomes something and the dancer was also a ticket to a more independent life for child performer Lotta Crabtree says the banjo projects mark fields she was known for never having married wearing trousers on stage smoking cigarettes and playing the banjo and she became a nineteenth century superstar much to the surprise of project manager Sean Clark he's been working with fields for more than a decade the first time I saw a woman who is playing the banjo the first I saw it black banjo player that was a challenge to the stereotypes that I have assisted with the instrument of course the banjo project include such bluegrass stars as role Scruggs and Ralph Stanley who mark
"jim bowman" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Bluster class at Alabama so powerful that they can shut down what happens at UAB right because they think it's a threat to what's going on. Jim Bowman they thought it Jimbo. We talked about this a couple of weeks ago. But those those who didn't hear that are familiar with this story in two thousand seven Alabama Birmingham wanted to hire Jimbo Fisher's their head coach office coordinator at Lsu at at the time and he was down to go and the legislature and board. Were like nope. This is not going to work. We got a couple of theories as to why didn't happen. One theory has been. Will maybe Jimbo. It was GONNA be savings offense coordinator and that's why they shut it down. The other theory has been. UAB has a coach. That's better than Alabama's coach because Alabama didn't have a coach at the tavern. Ah they get one as better than Alabama's coach that's going to be a bad look right and we don't want that and so we're GonNa shut this down and that's all booster activity man. We'll think I think I mean not only that you had to shut down its program. Don't think the Alabama Busse in have something to do with like. They've they've never wanted you know when you gotTa Start O'Brien. Brian said why do they need a football is right like they don't see them. Step program does not see itself simply representing the school racy themselves Dell's is representing the whole state whole state right and so it was just like I mean they were it was it's it was possible for. Uab to go away because you away one of them to go away and it's the same reason you talked about earlier. That University Houston has so much trouble getting flooding in in Texas because Texas a number like hey man like we. We don't want you guys like there's no need for you to be in a good. No and they got that won't to ask thing about like. We grew up in the era of the southwest conference. You're aware of the southwest conference offers. Let's go through everybody that got thrown on probation out of southwest conference seven of the nine yet in the to the to the weren't Texas and rice it no Arkansan race. Arkansas Arkansan voided it. Yeah I know. Texas DOT COM got like some minor stuff but like Yeah Arkansas. Rice with only two didn't get caught up in that era which is just sort of you know indicative of the want to in Texas. Did you see the thirty for thirty. They did on. SMU It was just amazing but what they described. I think it was skipped. Who taught about this? Would you had to understand that. The culture of it was these officers in Dallas with oil dues. descru- was booming right by eight or great time for all prices and it was all these guys coming in on Monday morning in those offices would all this money to blow in the eighties in the competition. Among them is what brought really that era of the southwest conference in coming around they almost shut the doors completely. TCU They shut the doors completely On SMU Naylor a top ten team in the middle of the eighties. You knew what that meant You have as they always. They always try to get to get down. It'll it'll take you know they're going to be in the game one way or another Yeltsin. Jackie Sherrill got caught. Anytime ain't has been good. The AA shows. There's a crime going on but I'll say that I'm not being. This'll be a hater. But I always say like when Bela is good. Come on. That's they can't do that. If people into Waco you know what I mean like they they only can be good with some bad right here right either. Bankrolling this original turning our head away at a whole bunch of stuff we just letting them come on. I heard nothing right. Nothing that you did who we take probation man touchy sexually to man. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah that's how we put it right seven of the nine in these dudes just wanted it so they can walk around amongst their partners and be like you know not only is my school ball. I did this right. But that want to whatever they can be ultimately destructive as as you saw and like I wonder like a whip point is going to be a tipping point into southeast conference with all this want to all these different schools that are competing in all these boosters at alike desirous array of having talked to It doesn't seem sustainable long-term to me well because he's unsustainable for them to be top ten right ten only got ten right you know and that becomes the issue so so you wind up with the schools so the thing about the SEC that gets lost their fourteen schools in the SEC There are one two three four four five six of them that will never win the SEC. Hold on I'm trying to. I'm trying to count now. That's that's vanderbilt. Yes that's Kentucky yes South Carolina. Yes I two in the same state. Oh the Mississippi. The wait a minute but are they almost did. But that. That's all I gotta say is goods. Go get it so it's either going to be Arkansas. Missouri is all I'm sorry Seven okay seven okay so Arkansas yes okay yes because keep in mind. Missouri's best chance to do it was when they still recruit crew Texas right right Mr should take. They should have gone onto the big ten man I they. That's what they wanted. Changes didn't want them much better fit in the big ten. They wanted that going back as far as the nineties. Yes well the thing about the conference. Realignment is related to the big ten. That I think it's lost people is that the big ten is the only Athletic Conference that is also a brand named academics S. Every single big. Ten School is an academic heavy hitter of some variety None of the SEC out of the Missouri Vanderbilt. Maybe people don't view them in that same way Texas like as the big twelve really the only Texas and kind of sword Texas wanted to go there no more and Texas Kinda SORTA in the Z.. It's really Texas and high. Hi Disorder Oklahoma. Guess Yeah you know what I mean. Yeah right like that. People really like the professors with this Texas has been for even dating back to the late eighties early nineties. Nineties has been trying to align themselves with the PAC twelve or wants to pack thin right. They've always went because they liked that academic association. They WANNA be with that. They know that they don't have as much in common with the regional footprint. But it's a very difficult thing to work out. And they have in Texas speaking of boosters they have these obligations to these other programs. You know the state. Legislators will not they just won't allow them to leave it correctly them behind. Yeah and it's got to be thinking more like with boosters and we talk about this. Is that when you got out of school. That ain't supposed to be good all you gotTa have one rice one guy who is now. We're going to do this boone. Pickens was the guy at Oklahoma state. People don't understand. Oklahoma state has been had been bad or mediocre program for most of our life with exception like that Jimmy Johnson era but like boone pickens like mate like if you've never been to stillwater Oklahoma I can't explain to you how remote it is. I one time I drove up there and there was a coyote on the highway in the middle of the day like that is how remote promote how far away it is in Boone. pickens basically built he built a franchise yes in stillwater Oklahoma. And that's how powerfully found the coach that wanted to be there right in my gundy. They got an alum Would you like to know what the overall record is. India the Bedlam series. Oh my God we. We should also get credit to less miles because less miles. Yeah he wanted those two games that I can't believe they won. Yeah right like that. Oh one to game where you just look at it. And you're like Oh my God He. He talked too much about three and it got him Wrong team right. So from nineteen forty six to nineteen sixty four war. Old almost didn't win a single game in this series and then they want to and bless their hearts and then they went out there and they lost nine in a row and then they want one and then they went out there and they lost. Wow I can't even count so basically between ninety ninety four and seventy seven ninety four Oklahoma state pulled off a tie. Wow at-at who I mean. Think about that's that's Jimmy Johnson Barry Barry Sanders Thurman Thomas Era of Oklahoma. Yes by the way. Yes that's happened to against and those were great. Oklahoma teams like eighty eight eighty nine. Nine no they still. I mean Gene Oklahoma state while and so big. No no no no I have all the money in the world now. Going is money to other stuff too right. I mean gave rather but no this man is like like I want my school to be good at football right again. The other farm school in this equation for instance this checks in yes like they have a crazy booster class breath. Man Tony Busby. Who's running for mayor? The mayor Houston right now. I mean they are ridiculous. They've come up with money for anything. I mean that's why Jimbo Fisher's being in pay we paid right now has an insane amount of want to. They want to be so good they spent so much money. And it just really like you kind of see a college. There's football there's a cap though programs and it makes it really difficult. Even if you're boosters want you there it can be really difficult and it's all fun and Games a and M's long crude prices is is riding high. That's the thing with their boosted classes. That the Jimbo's money crew prices riding high crew price falls everything changes because that's where the money for the booster classes is coming from is all right his and has been bad in our lifetime though I think they ever been bad not like bad not like four and eight band aid to not object checked slocum never had a bad team your man Franchisee. You're out somewhere. Yeah Man. That's your guy that's also taste the feeling that you liked him. I I thought I felt bad for him. Because I thought Alabama overwhelmed him and he would say that and then you've got the am and I thought that was a promise for them there. and I just it just kind of fell apart form. I think he's like I I. I don't often think the coaches care about the players coach. Fran did SORTA care like as much as a coach can care. I mean It's felt bad for him. I thought he kinda I don't think he got a raw deal. I think you was what it was. And he had one. Four eight year was the first one only it was that year they lost seventy seven and nothing to Oklahoma when Oklahoma literally could score one hundred twenty hours I was at that game I covered that really. Yeah and I the funny thing I wrote in the game story if am had had twelve players on the field they still would have lost. They'd really had to twelve men out there. They would've got beat that day it was it was unbelie. It was surreal to see a F. B. S. program is proud his am lose like that It was ridiculous. Another booster level with this stuff. That I think is interesting. is a program like Miami. ooh that have been Sapiro. Yeah but they don't they don't have that much want to yeah. They're willing to be good but they don't really have the want to. They think that like they don't have to do that. I don't you think it must be that they'd say. Oh we have location at in terms of like just the location of the campus and the location of the recruits that. It's just sort of sell itself because they don't even have the facility right but the other part was when they got it early. They weren't expecting right like they didn't think it was going to come and they really didn't think it was gonNA come the way that he came they. They did not think the program they thought the championships are good for the brand. They did not think the program was good for the brand but what that means now with the people that care the most about Miami footballer all of those former players trying to figure out how to balance that is a tricky game for them were they they think those guys they only have but so much influence they they have they have the want to but they don't necessarily have the capital right so there's always this tension and you can see whenever Miami is bad looking at Luther Campbell's Would account is something that he got a whole bunch of ideas of what they can be doing. But that ain't got nothing to do. Building Nice. Indoor facilities have an on campus the stadium all the things that you want for a program of its caliber introduction. But they just can't whatever reason they just can't do it right. I would love to know more by violated boosted class at Byu shutdown full cash yesterday. And we're like so. What if they have over their heads down down slide under the table to make ahead? I mean the thing. Is this guy difficult to convince people to go. Yes that's the thing I mean. That's I mean that's I mean that's the problem for a lot of colleges especially that one because when you there was a dude from Air Dickinson's hometown that went to school. There and I remember thinking I was like man yes I do. You know what what's going on. He lasted like a semester. Yeah you know what I mean and this is a very difficult side is feel like the best park perhaps at least in the mind of an eighteen year old being being a college football player. Byu's actively trying to prevent.
"jim bowman" Discussed on 97.1 The Ticket
"Topic on tomorrow's program I am I am starting to believe that officiating is ruining all sports I I just watching a couple minutes Michigan state's gaming amount invitational do me a favor strikes low yourself into a cannon and have somebody launch I mean for traveling calls in a couple of minutes guys I know it's a point of emphasis but like you're over looked over the top both teams in the bonus with six and a half seven a doll Cassius Winston was on the best players in the country has been sitting on a bench for twelve minutes with to follow can we it's like it's like opening night with mission saying Kentucky that's a showcase game nobody's here to see you thirty seven falls in the first half like nobody is here to see you it just because sh drivable wall go to sorry to get off my chest go to John ninety seven one Johnny what's yeah what's the good word all right how you doing buddy good good I got bad for me this year Mike I have been going to the game about thanksgiving day game about last nine years memasak this year how can stomach it no more might also might take you couldn't go down there how they want to see this out I want to see my team that I love so much play so bad that I just couldn't do it no more sold lost a hundred Bucks on the ticket might but just couldn't do it not now but I may think about a thanksgiving I'd rather do whatever it is I want to do then go down there and support that product yeah I will be what the family man not to watch that garbage on TV are and then pour yourself a drink do whatever you want to call it will cost fifteen Bucks that's why my bag thanks for taking my call but they have at the heavy bag Johnny same to you and yours I it's it's crazy to me Thursday off I don't know I got a bad feeling it'll be full I really do go to Daniel ninety seven one hi Daniel Hey I'll go make good what's up so yeah I'm so glad I didn't watch the game yesterday and what better things to do than watch that nonsense and not great but I was just calling to say how Everytime mattresses talks it's just like you guys that he thinks he's the smartest guy in the room couple weeks ago when you were you're laughing about how are you we're talking up had level and technique and all that is ridiculous you're right Daniel that was I mean to hide behind these football words that you're you have no statistics to back up it was so dishonest and even now are are you calling the defense well I'm not going to talk about that brawl we see one your head set and chewing on a piece a laminate like we know you're calling the day pass colonias sitting down reading a book it's just dishonesty exactly it's like Jim Bowman like going into a moment of the same thing but so I I think they're gonna win on Thursday and are going to further ruin their draft positioning in all honesty probably listen listen I'm I'm telling you what I'm hoping for I I will be a big Chicago bear fan on Thursday because if they win there I think we have entered the territory we're talking about a regime change I know hello want hi Daniel I hope so I did this town the town needs it I mean lord knows where we're not gonna get regime changes with the pistons we just had one with the wings and it's too early and the Tigers forget about it you want to talk about a ship that's out there were no navigation system this represents the only real shot and in the NFL the league's built for parity it's built to turn around quickly it's that David was from David yelling what's the issue David you see all of the caller all you have five fifty years back to get on the air okay don't you don't call me no dummy all that you also you want to call me back okay you want to call me you know what happens to those people those people all right what a way to yeah I have a you have a great holiday all right moment of the day please when we ran into a lion Slappy of biblical proportions and now the.
"jim bowman" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"By my willingness to work hard and be resilient combined with a good bit of luck my mom and dad had taken me across the color line and around the world showing me what what was possible so that I could dare to imagine any kind of life I wanted and so there's no better way to start this conversation than talking about your parents. Jim Bowman and Barbara Taylor and also the fact that you were born in Iran. So why on Earth were you born in Iran. And what took Jim Bowman amd Barbara Taylor to Iran in the first place I get that a lot. Like what on Earth are you doing there. So that's where my mother was where she gave birth. So that's why I was born there and my parents. Well let's see so Barbara. Jim Bowman. My mother grew up in Chicago and my father grew up in Washington in DC and they met and fell in love and got married right. After my mother finish college my father was doing his residency in Chicago. My father got signed up for the military and he was in the army and when he was leaving the army a couple of years later he was looking for a job at a major teaching hospital in the United States. He wanted to do research but the largest by training and he could not find a job at a major teaching hospital in a position that would be comparable to his white counterparts. And so he and my mom who I will tell you where adventuresome spirit to say. The least decided well. Let's look for opportunities outside of the United States and so after much due diligence and searching Ching he landed a job offer cheering the department of pathology and helping to start a brand new hospital in Shiraz Iran and so off they they went they knew nothing about the government. The language the culture they never been any further than Europe by that point in time their family said don't go what are you thinking about. Ah Now obviously. The United States in Iran had very strong diplomatic relations at the time thank goodness and so they went and so he went from being considered needed a black doctor with a brick on his head to an American position judged by the merit of his accomplishments and he thrived and Sharon and I was the the second baby born in Mazi hospital. They practiced on some of the baby. I we're still not quite sure what happened there but I came along as number two and we lived there until I was five and from there. My Father Wallin Iran. He started doing research on fava beans. We're not gonNA talk about the father being researched but look it it up if you want to was groundbreaking research and it calms the attention of folks at the Golden Labs at University College London and so after five years my parents decided it. It's time to start migrating their way back home so they went to London for a year. And don't you know. He gave some paper at an international conference while he was at the Galt labs and it caught the attention of the dean of the University of Chicago Medical Center. I know and he got offered a tenure track position in my mother's hometown in the community where my grandmother and my aunt and a huge extended family had settled when the restrictive covenants were deemed unconstitutional and by people in Chicago. Were free to move anywhere. They all moved into Hyde Park. And so there we went and it's interesting because when I was growing up my dad always said to me sometimes times shortest distance to where you WanNa go means you have to be prepared to take the long way around. Well they certainly took the long way round but he spent the rest of his career right where he always always wanted to be at the University of Chicago and he was the first African American to receive tenure at the University of Chicago's division of Biological Sciences. Thank very much so acute. Remember if it's before they went to Iran. I think it's after they came back and he went to work and they told him and not to come in on this or so when my father went to Chicago. He was the first african-american a lot of that. He was a trailblazer to do his residency agency. At Saint Luke's Hospital in Chicago as where he and my mom actually fell in love and decided to get married and they told him he could not live in the dorm. I'm for the other residents which was on the property. Because he's black of these the only black one there and they said we can't live with the other residents so he had to commute to work five miles back at then in the Black Community by streetcar. Not An easy thing to do while everybody else is getting a good night's sleep. He's been an hour each way on the street car and then they also awesome. You have to come in the back door. And he's like you know what I'm not going to the back door. That is a bridge too far from me and so the first working went in the front door and no one said they think and that's kind of how Chicago they have these rules. But if you didn't abide by the maybe something happened. Maybe it didn't and so the next day when he showed up at work all of the Black folks that worked in the hospital so the orderlies and the nurses in the administrators were all gathered in the front of the hospital and as his story goes everybody walked in the front door or and that was the end of that bill and so that is used the perfect word here. And that's trailblazer. My favorite chapter after in the book is entitled Inheritance or the inheritance and her father. Isn't the only trailblazer in the family family. I'm just GonNa read this and you correct me where I get it wrong. Your great grandfather Robert Robinson Taylor became the first black student to attend 'EM. Mit Eighteen. Eighty eight in. His father was a slave. His father was born. A Slave Wilmington. North Carolina was freed during after the civil war and started work as a carpenter and decided that the path forward was education for his son so he saved enough money and who knows what he thought out of MIT. But that's what he thought of. My grandfather was accepted and then he went to mit. And I used to always imagine what was that train ride from Wilmington to MIT. Not like for my great grandfather. And what was his father thinking seeing as child go off north where. I'm sure he had never been before so he was a trailblazer who will. Oh keep on. Robert Robinson Taylor. He then went on to become America's first accredited black architect. He was hired by Booker. T. Washington to build buildings to Ski Institute Right. That's right I know but wait. There's more the your great great grandfather. Victor Rashawn was one of the first black legislators voted into the Louisiana House of Representatives during reconstruction destruction. But wait. There's more your grandfather Robert Rashawn Taylor graduated from the university the of Illinois with a degree in business and he is the person for whom the rubber Taylor houses were named for. Yeah not our proudest moments family. which which you write about in the book then I think either you or your mother like it pained either of you to drive by well so my grandfather father just for a second was a businessman and he was successful in banking and insurance and he was asked to chair the Chicago Housing Authority that oversees all the public housing in in Chicago and he had a vision for public housing? That involved making sure that it architecturally blended into the community so that it didn't stick out. It was indistinguishable extinguish -able. He thought they should offer social services and job training opportunities so that it would be a temporary waystation. People could move on from there. He believed that there should be strict rules of behavior and conduct and screening so he was kind of a person way before his time and finally. He resigned from the Housing Authority and frustration ration- because he couldn't get the Chicago City Council no surprise to allow him to build housing in areas that were white entered the restrictive covenants. All the black people live in one place smell the way people live somewhere else so he resigned and he also believed that housing should be low density and that you should have a front yard and a backyard and a sense Savona ship and feel responsibility and that doesn't come with big highrise monstrosities and so there was a certain irony six years after his death when Bayer daily dedicated hated the largest public housing development. I sixteen high-rise buildings right along the Dan Ryan Expressway in Chicago and he named him after my grandfather and so I attended attended the opening and it was always mixed emotions. There are people who are moving out of horrible tenements into these brand new buildings and for those families. This seem like a step up and a sense of progress but I overheard my grandmother and my mother and my aunt talking and the conversation was refreshed every time I am on the nightly news. You'd see Robert Taylor. Homes always associated with something terrible and they said it was the exact opposite of his vision for public housing. And that's your your father Robert Taylor. Successful in real estate and banking became the first black chairman of the Chicago Housing Authority in Nineteen Forty one. And I'm sorry that's is your Grandpa your grandmother. Who you're you're mother's father Barbara Taylor? She went to Sarah Lawrence. She's an educator she met and married your father on June seventeenth nineteen fifty to sixty nine years ago last week. Talk about your mother. Barbara Taylor now Barbara Bowman well first of all. She's ninety which is hugely important right. She made it to ninety. She still works fulltime. I know she goes to work every day. She drives drives yourself. That's another story. I'm trying to get a ride. Live time on the board of lifting on my mom you can ride lifted. You could go on come anytime you want to. She's like to drive myself. But that says a lot about Barbara but she's also quite frugal. So for example when I went to college she calculated what every class ask cost every class and she gave it to me on a piece of paper and said if you're ever tempted to cut class this is what it's GonNa cost your father and made but my parents love me unconditionally. Provided me with an enormous safety net to take all kinds of chances just as they had knowing that they would catch me the and they set very high expectations in terms of effort. Is Jonathan mentioned early on. They didn't care what I ended up doing. They just want to work hard. And be determined and resilient and and give it my best and that was no guarantee it. My parents look. You have to work twice as hard. They never finish that sentence but I knew what they meant. But if luck breaks your way the sky is the limit and don't let hard work prevents you from try for your goal and so that was kind of the spirit of how they raise me and my mom and my dad or polar opposites in only one way in that. My Dad's sees glasses like ninety nine percent full always and my mother no matter how good things are she is planning for the disaster and in fact the worst fight they ever had was over how they were going to spend the lottery proceeds from a lottery that they had not yet nor did ever win. My Dad had all these expansive plans and my mom was like paying taxes on it and setting up trust accounts and I think maybe five dollars leftover and they literally had an argument. They stopped upstairs fussing about this lottery proceeds and I was like shaking. My head was very very embarrassing. My boyfriend was home from law. School staying at our home and he's like do they fight like this all the time I said. I've never seen anything quite like it but I know one thing they will not go to bed. Angry agree and in fact they did figure out how to make up and they never won that lottery but they had very very different approaches to the world. And I think I'd tell towards my father and my optimism but my mom always said to like if things don't go your way you'll be fine and there was that sense even within her with our practicality that you just have to figure out another way of one way doesn't work just like they went off to Ron. We'll they knew swerve. And figure out your own path. What you talk about the safety net of family and community community there in Chicago? But that didn't mean you were immune to hardship by Harvard..
"jim bowman" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Hand. Darryl stewart hurt his ankle l._j. Scott wasn't wasn't healthy for most of the year either so they were. They were just banged up it was the first alabama's thing was brutal because he was road it really was he was great and it just just sucks. That's football yeah. This was the first year ever for mark dantonio where he had exactly zero offensive players. Make the all big ten team. Wow factoid for ya. Well deserved. Well deserved the other thing here separate from injuries that the offensive line nine really was comically bad at run blocking now and you know by every blocking metric we have when you look at bill sees numbers and all these stuff rates and does it all mean. I'll tell you what it means. In all of them. Michigan state's been terrible the last two years and that needs to improve they wanna try and move forward now in twenty nineteen. They gotta stay healthy. They got a he'll literally an anti hill figuratively. Gotta figure out something on the offensive line now. The good news for them is that they bring back a ton. They've got seventeen returning starters so forth most in the country nine on offense eight on defense which i'll talk about here momentarily but you mentioned the coach shuffle. This is interesting to me. It's interesting because we saw what ryan day did at at ohio state essentially ripping down the defensive coaching staff to the studs the one study being larry johnson. Mark dantonio ain't here to cause no trouble then he's just here to do the coaching staff shuffle right. Did you get that joke gotcha. You got that. I'm just letting it breathe. Okay former quarterbacks coach brad salem is now the offensive coordinator slash running backs coach <hes> former offensive coordinator slash running backs coach dave warner is on the staff still as the new quarterbacks coach a position he coached at at michigan state from two thousand seven to two thousand twelve former co offensive coordinator and tight ends coach jim bowman. He's now the offensive line. Coach the former offensive line coach mark stat and now coaches the tight ends a position he coached previously from two thousand seven two thousand ten and former assistant instant defensive backs a special teams coach don treadwell now coaches the wide receiver position he coach from michigan state at michigan state from two thousand seven thousand ten and if you're wondering what happened to the wide receivers coach jerry samuel now he's assistant defensive backs coach feels. It feels like an episode of undercover boss. Everybody's everybody's undercover or like we went..
"jim bowman" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"The robber Taylor homes in his name. And for those of you. Who are new digital go? You might not know it. But for decades, Robert Taylor homes was the largest public housing development in the world. One of the most notorious nothing building it was sixteen high-rises all along the Dan Ryan expressway that had been acquired through renewal. And so you had a hundred percent poor people predominantly black living in the community without any of the social services that my grandfather would have would have wanted. And it stuck out like a sore. Thumb on our on our cities founded the expressway expressway on one side exactly and isolating that created a barrier actually between the communities on either side of the expressway when it was boat. How did you feel about that about that being that development being associated with your grandfather? Well, I remember the dedications. All right. I'm telling you my age in nineteen sixty two but. Ten exactly exactly. But I was only six and what I remember was this mixed feeling of it was a celebration of mayor j daily was giving the keys to a very happy family that was moving out of his David g would remember dilapidated tenements into this new housing. So the families were happy. My grandmother felt like she was standing there with Richard J Daley. My book has a photograph of the ceremony, but I did over here, my mom and my aunt talking, and my grandmother, certainly wait on this much a great deal later that this was not my grandfather's vision and doubted whether it would be successful. So yeah, the buildings were brand new that day. But what would they be year from then or ten years from now or thirty years, and I tell a story in my book about sitting in my grandmother's little front room, looking at the ten o'clock news, and every time Robert Taylor homes was mentioned it was associated with a crime nothing. Good. No, good news ever came out of the robber, Taylor home. And it didn't adequately represent many of the families who work there who were completely law-abiding citizens, but it did represent an element of crime that capture the attention of the news one of the one of the really interesting turns of history is that it was Richard m Daley who decided to tear down the Robert Taylor homes, and it was one Valerie Jarrett who as planning Commissioner was involved in that project. So you ended up tearing down up development that was named for your grandfather. Yes. And that was the opposite of what he would have believed in and I had the incredible opportunity to work on what was not possible in the forties. And I think my grandmother my grandfather was just a man before his time. And his vision is really now what we're seeing happening around the city. We're not just the robber Taylor homes. It was torn down, but all of the high rise developments that was a social experiment that simply didn't work have now been torn down and be. Replaced back on site with mixed income housing where you have both public housing affordable housing market rate housing. Indistinguishable architecturally? So that it does blend back into the into the urban fabric. Talk about your your parents, both of whom have celebrated had celebrated careers your father. Dr Jim Bowman noted pathologic. I. And of course, your your mom. Barbara Bowman one of the foremost experts on childhood development and education in the country..
"jim bowman" Discussed on WJR 760
"Offense against a mixed bag of defenders. For the defensive plays the ones and twos. The entire way defensively, but the green tea marches for a score. They did get a one do over. They were they were three and out of the Commissioner decide to give another chance from the twenty five yard line. They took it all the way finally on that drive. That's right. Put the second team second unit defenders in and Michigan state offense responded was able to get down the field for nice scoring drive there. Look, very solid and in sync thirteen plays seventy five yards on that. Dr. We'd like to thank today's game sponsor McLaren health plan, your choice for affordable quality care. Former Spartan star centre Jason Strayhorn with us as always. You had to like the way the offensive line. Start opens of holes. Eventually, yes, I really did. That was promising. I know now my old coach Jim Bowman move from tight ends in office coordinator co position to the offense of line coaching position. Which is where he is, you know, been most of its career, and it's been a long less risk of two for coach. Jim Bowman and giving some of his techniques. I've watched him. Working with some of the offense alive and flashbacks of my old days in the nineties, and it's the same stuff, but you know, new new characters out here. They look very good on that drive in the running backs. Proven the running the ball with many times was it like six times seven runs on that and six pass for six minutes and one second. It looked very good on that George rather way. The they get good a do over. But.
"jim bowman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Michigan and Michigan state or shaking up the coaching staffs their football teams. There's no problem with the basketball teams are just roll it along Michigan is not lost this year, which isn't saying much because of it being now two thousand nineteen with their last loss. Greg was the championship game against Villanova last year in two thousand eighteen so they're trying to keep their streak alive. Tonight. They're down in Florida. Take on the fighting, align I you can hear it right here on NewsRadio nine fifty pre game coverage at seven thirty. They will tip it off. Just after eight though, you mentioned the football teams Michigan making an offense of higher today. They found a new offense coordinator, they brought in former Alabama cooperative coordinator and receivers coach Josh Gaddis or Michigan coach Mark dantonio set to hold the press conference here in a mere couple of minutes out in east Lansing to announce multiple staff move. Lives. According to reports Brad Salem will move from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator and running backs coach Dave Warner will become the team's new quarterbacks. Coach Mark state will become or move from the line two tight ends and special teams coach Jim Bowman will also have a new role. He'll become the old line. Coach Don Treadwell will move to receivers coach switching roles with Terrence Samuel. Now the pistons back at it tonight as well they're taking on the kings out in Sacramento, Detroit. Trying to rebound from their loss in LA. The Lakers last night. You can hear it on ninety seven one. The tickets starting at nine thirty five in the FBI now investigating threats made to the family of produce superfan. Tyler Trent who passed away from bone cancer just last week after John pink Cam made multiple posts using a fake profile insurance Facebook page that included threats of violence at his vigil in west Lafayette at school. Whisper fifteen and Forty-five past each hour. I'm Ryan Wally WW, Che NewsRadio nine fifty still a problem. Spot is seventy five northbound at summit street, Monroe county. Also, a problem slowing you down on six hundred ninety six traffic and weather in one minute ring in the new year with big savings, JC Penney. This we can only.
"jim bowman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Makes my travel faster. Now snow reason to shut down the federal government. She and congresswoman Rasheed had to leave says using an expletive was a teachable moment for her. I will never apologize for being me. Newsradio nine fifty WJ. We are seeing some movement with that crash seventy five northbound at summit street in Monroe county. We will update you at traffic and weather coming up in three minutes. WWE news time five fifteen. It's time for sports Ryan Wooley. We've got some Michigan basketball coming up tonight on www in Michigan football, not to be outdone. There may they're breaking news today. Now, they're breaking news. Michigan state's in the news. Well, let's go ahead and start with the Michigan basketball team, Greg because they're looking to move to a perfect sixteen at least fifteen tonight that'd be taking on the fighting line. I have Illinois down in Illinois and head coach John says despite the alumni coming in at four and eleven they always play tough at home. If we aren't mentally on this game. We will not win you. We have to be mentally ready that to have the same ideas if we're playing anybody else in this league. Because they have both the plan. The talent the whole thing to win several east. As they win a lot of games in the big ten and at home. They've always been difficult in a matter. Of course, gets three coaches there. Now, we'll have that game for you right here on NewsRadio nine fifty tip off is at eight Michigan football is found a new offensive coordinator. They've brought in former Alabama co offense coordinator and receivers coats. Josh Gannon's will Michigan state set to make a few announcements here in about thirty minutes. Mark dantonio announcing a hold a press conference at five forty five from east Lansing reports. So coming out involves multiple staff, change, changes and Graham couch from Lansing state journal reporting. Brad Salem, set to move from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator and running backs coach Dave Warner will now become the team's quarterbacks. Coach Mark state will move from old line. Coach too tight ends and special teams coach Jim Bowman also have a new role. He'll become the new align. Coach Don Treadwell becomes receivers coach switching roles with Terrence Samuel turning to the NBA after fond of the Lakers last night out in LA the pistons China rebound tonight, we'll take on the kings out in Sacramento. You can hear it on ninety seven when the tickets starting at nine. Thirty five and this look at your report brought to you by shush mountain part of shanty creek resorts mount Brighton currently at thirty inches of snow with fourteen of twenty four trails open point mountain mountainous, forty eight inches.
"jim bowman" Discussed on 97.1 The Ticket
"Ninety seven one. So we have a lot to get into and. It's open to Michigan fan. If you wanna talk about your higher today. I think optimism is fine. But I'll believe it when I see it. When Harbaugh can put his ego aside and have an offensive coordinator. Call plays unencumbered with complete autonomy. Okay. I need to see that the guy you hired. Great recruiter has never called plays in his life. That always makes me a little nervous. But eventually sometimes you just gotta learn to swim. So good higher on your part. Michigan state five forty five. There'll be a press conference. I don't even care if we carry it. If the news is true that Mark is just reshuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic than I really don't know. What to tell you? If you wanna make five million bucks a year. And you wanna be a leader? You have to have the tough conversation with people you have to fire people, and it's business. It's not personal right Harbaugh. Put a bullet in a doodoo stood up in his wedding, Marcus sitting here, and he's he's either incapable or unwilling of letting go of people he cares about. So his answer to Michigan state's. Woeful offense not just last year, but the year before and the year before and the year before is to fire, no one just as he did in two thousand sixteen his answer is to let no one go and play this game of musical chairs with a bunch of people who aren't good at their job and here. Dave Warner your garbage OC go coached the quarterbacks and Taryn Samuel. You did such good wide. Receivers job will now you're going to be the freshman. Babysitter literally. That's what Don treadwell's role was. Oh, Jim Bowman. You're not even awake. But go coach the line and now state, and you're an embarrassment of line coach. And you're not a great recruiter. But now you're going to go over here and coach tight ends. That is Mark dantonio solution. And that is just it's nonsense. And I said there's no one involved at any level of business. Whether you're a small entrepreneur all the way to a full time corporate shark of thirty years. You don't run a business this way? And if Mark is unwilling or incapable than Mark should not be the coach Michigan state anymore period. Love him put a statue up. I'll always be grateful to him. But if you are not going to act like a big boy get out of the way. But the problem is this for those people who say, hey, Mark deserves the right to do whatever he wants to do fine. You know, the cliche absolute power corrupts. Absolutely. When you go unchecked all the time. You will wreck yourself. It is human nature. We don't have anybody Bill beakman's. And nobody's yes, man. He's there because Tom and Mark like him. President. We don't have one and as much as I mock Harbaugh for having. No, no, boss at Michigan. The same things going on in Michigan state. And you're seeing the results of it. I don't know how this ends up working. I don't. You can't have a staff completely reshuffled on offense and everyone keeps their job. It's just. It's like running a restaurant and demoting the shaft to the dishwasher, the dishwashers now front of the house. The front of the house is now the sous chef and the sous chef now, dry drives dishes. Well, wait a second. If the chef was no good. I don't need the modem a fire. If my front of the house wasn't getting it done in a front. You're not come into the back. You fire people. That's the way it world. But see Montmartre doesn't wanna do not incapable. He refuses and adapt point you're obtuse. And at that point. I don't think you deserve a job making five million bucks a year to be quite honest with you I've been trying to think of another example similar to this. You can't find what I've been thinking trying to find it. There's something that you can even compare to this. But no, you really can't. And it just something that you don't see in particular. You just don't see it at the major level like this. You don't see it at any level, Mike, you wouldn't see this at high school a major high school program in Texas wouldn't do this. Yeah. And now I'm supposed to have faith. I'll tell you this right now said it before I'll say it again, if you are a Spartan, and you are donating to this football program or buying tickets. You better have a hard look in the mirror when that renewal comes in the mail. You better really ask yourself if this if your money. Is going towards a major market product. Because my answer isn't. And I don't care what Mark did in two thousand ten or two thousand thirteen two thousand fifty that's a long time ago. You plan on in the big ten east you plan on on on on trying to elevate MSU back to where it was this is how you run a business. How do you take the same ingredients and rearrange them and expected different outcome? I don't know, man. Really don't just a minor league move. I mean, it's it's something you don't see in. It's the word that comes to mind is something we've talked about a lot is country club to me. It seems like he just doesn't want to fire. Anyone it's taking pride and not firing anyone look dantonio. Who's obviously done a great job at Michigan state. But but he just doesn't want to get rid of these guys. He doesn't want to fire them. He doesn't want to bring in other coaches. He just wants to shuffle them around. I I don't know. I guess what are you going to happen here? You know, why don't you just say why don't we just get to the bottom of it? Why don't we trim the fat straight up? Then Mark should be fired. Not about will happen. It'll never happen to people in Michigan state. They're scared of their own shadow. Then Mark should be like oh. If that's the situation that's going on that you described then he then he does not have the right to keep this job. Mark has to be accountable. To the fans he has to be accountable to the boosters he has to be accountable to himself. It's ridiculous and his goofy is boy is he at least try trying. They're making moves. What what do I have next year? Now, I got hope that the defense can keep people to fourteen points a game while we score fifteen is that what it is. You think marks going to let Brad Salem, call his game unencumbered? And by the way, when people bitch about the talent that's up there. Right. Or all will they just don't have the talent who's recruiting talent. Who's making those decisions everybody in that room that you just empowered to keep doing. How the hell is Jim Bowman a failure at tight ends and run game coordinator. But now I'm going to give him a promotion to be in the old line coach you want to help me with that. Right. I'm just an ignoramus. Right. I'm just I'm just a blowhard from New York helped me with that. What does he expect to happen? All of a sudden it's going to be snap. Your fingers flip the switch and and the offense is producing a top twenty offense. I come on. That's not going to happen to four eight five three nine ninety seven ninety seven. I'd love to talk to the people. You're Michigan fan. You wanna talk about your higher? Cool your Spartan fan. You wanna talk about? What's gonna come up here at five forty five with dantonio? I'm good with that too. David you've been silent. But if you'd like to make fun of Michigan state, you can I'm not gonna say a word you look just straight up disheveled. I'm not gonna make fun of Michigan state issues laughable. That's all vicious lap laughable that you're just moving pieces on a chessboard or checkers bore really. 'cause they're not even playing chess at him as you right now. I'm sorry to say that. But this is a joke. I I've never seen a big time program or any program, not even temple just move people around and say, we're gonna keep you. That's a joke to me. I've never seen is unbelievable Mike I dropped my tickets the same year as you did. I haven't missed them since the reshuffle. Solidifies I made the right call same here. All the money. I used to spend on seat licenses on the tickets on the tailgate all the time. I used to invest I don't miss it at all. And this is why. They don't deserve my time. They don't deserve my money. They don't deserve my attention. A lot of people better make a hard choice because I'll tell you this right now anyone who just blindly re ups for this crap. You're an idiot and what opposites received too, by the way, Jim Harbaugh. Can't keep his coaches Mark dantonio can't get rid of his. But at least Harbaugh tries ir the shakeup at MSU assumes any coach can coach any position. It's unrealistic. What did I miss was Jim Boehm unnamed team historian, Mike, I simply won't even watch a game next year MSU student here and a huge football fan. I am not buying season. Tickets next year. That's really the only way they're going to hear it. It's sad. But the parallels could be there. This is kind of like Duffy the late years, and I've had older Spartans talk to me about it. I wasn't alive sixty seven to seventy one in that range, but they win the natty and sixty six and then it just turns sour. And Duffy, you go from being the toast of the town to people having dumped Duffy bumper stickers on their car got ugly. You just feel like that's where it's headed. I don't feel MSU is gonna bounce back. Just wasted one of the five best defenses in school history to do what go to seven and six. Like, I'm supposed to believe we're going to have this this five game improvement next year. Based on what? We're not recruiting where we need to. We're not finding the good players anymore. I don't care about stars care about players. We don't have players. Like, I got all excited like maybe Connor Hayward. It'd be good dairies. Jefferson would be good. They're not difference makers. We don't have. Well, we got a couple of good guys a wide receiver Cody white stud, but overall like we run an antiquated scheme. We don't execute players. Don't look like they're coached up positionally properly. So what are we doing? Now, we're reshuffling the same voices, but putting them in different rooms. I'm ashes. Meanwhile, Michigan goes out and hires a highly thought of assistant from Alabama. Absolutely.
"jim bowman" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Called us to the estate of Carrie Fisher. Welcome. To our next forty forty Freeview. Just been clear though, pits gonna win. You got red box bowl red box bowl the red box bowl. We didn't make that up. That's real. So this used to be I'm going off memory here. This used to be be the foster farms bull, and before that, it was the Kraft fight hunger. Bull. And then it was I wanna say like the emerald nut bowl or something. That's exactly those words. The bowl were that one guy since all the press releases forward in comic sands light from his AOL address. It was it was now you have you have to go to the kiosk at Publix, this is I mean, I don't think it's great when you're bowl game is sponsored by hey, you can always watch movie company. I feel like that's mixed messaging. On the other hand red boxes. Business model is we take your money. So I feel like that's entirely appropriate for com. Fam-? I also feel like it's appropriate for Michigan state 'cause I just walked by it every time of the store. I don't think I don't know what you know, what red box kiosk can't run or throw 'em either. Michigan state. So let's just be real Tony is gonna be I in that kiosk for quarter. I like I like the cutting Jim you stand tall the pocket and do nothing. No, not can we prove that red box didn't like emerge directly from Stanford football all on a we're running blade to you. Hear me blade two. Oh, please. Please do spirits blades. Michigan had have value of blade two. I will. I look I've already written for blade three once this season. And I'm only slightly. All right, fine. We're running GRANDE Torino. They're not you. Confusing pointless Reynolds was going to be a star. Everybody can watch that movie. We could've told you. Wait was he in that one or was in the? Yeah. That sounds right. I'm still talking about blade three. You know, like granting. Oh, Michigan state both pointless that I could talk about the foster farms bowl now. Yeah. No, no. That's that's this one thing that makes me mad about both as as Michigan state's gonna pop up. It'd be like I didn't need to see that. I thought I was done. It's like when your cousin sends pictures from her your your new baby cousins, and she like baby elaina was born and you open the open the Email, and it's like pictures of the baby crowning. Open for a surprise action that actually happened to me once Elena six now, she's love listen that her mom is mean, listen that's not like crossing the plane of the goal line convert that's convert on third and short. All right. Yeah. That's that's getting pushed when you need it. Not really their style. No, no, God, I this team. So like don't ever send pictures of your cervix to other people. I will do that. If I want. We talked about problematic. Dick picks all the time. But never the fact that like every year millions of number I hold on. Michigan state had a worse passing game yards per pass was this year than Yukon Louisville, and Kansas and they through the through more. I'm not I'm not done any of them. I'm not done. They're they're run game was worse on a yards per rushing attempts basis than Oregon state, Tennessee and East Carolina. Why are you gotta progress into this? You're not from East Carolina. Are you trying to say Jim Bowman isn't a genius. I might be suggesting that I might be tilting that way slightly Tennessee's not here to catch your strays. We're not even supposed to be here today. That's technically true. There is some good news here we never make fun of Michigan state for shit like that because they still to this day of not ever higher. Randy Edsel twice. Not yet. That's it. Yeah. So in other words, hey, Oregon, Oregon has delightful players, I suggest you for them to absolutely obliterate this Michigan state team. And then run the ball in the second half. So you don't have to watch any more of them. That's because I don't know they've been fun. Michigan say teams to watch the pet pass. This isn't one of them. Now, isn't this one that lost nine six Nebraska? Yes. There's who's here though..
"jim bowman" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"No better guests the week of the game to be here on a tacky Harbaugh's podcast and Shemi sham. Becker, great memories, a lot of fun. Have you on the show today an honor rich? What are we doing to beat Ohio State today? Everything possible, whatever whatever takes Chevy, you know that. Well, I'm down here in Columbus. And I'm looking forward to see how we're going to turn the tides in this series. So I'm excited. All right one last question before we let you go. What's it like being a sham Boeckler in Columbus, Ohio? Well, you know, it's very interesting. Okay. There's a couple of dynamics to keep in mind here med number one. You know, I was out in the NFL at the time. And so I took a job with the Washington Redskins won the very first calls. I made was to Jim Bowman Jim tressel at the time where the head coach who was the head coach. And I said now, you guys got understand I'm gonna I'm gonna take my job and take it very seriously. And I wanna make sure that you guys understand when I come in there and do it a job. It's not just because I'm Schoenbach where Michigan guy, I'm an NFL guy. And all I asked of them was to treat me the same as all the other NFL scouts, and we had Jim tressel on the show at the beginning of September. And when I told him that he basically got on made he goes, all right? Well, I told Bowman to treat you better than all the other NFL scouts. And so I'm gonna call them right now and rip them new one. And that kind of tells you how it's been. And so for me, the relationship I've had with trestle John Cooper's been outstanding the lake great Earl Bruce. I mean, these guys welcome me with open arms. And I think you know, when I when we moved into Worthington now, upper Arlington. There's so many people that remember the relationship. My dad had with with Woody, and how special that was and I just think people have not forgetting forgotten about that here in Columbus. You know? Reason why I can live in peace here. Now, the thing I'm waiting for men is once we turn the ties and we start bidding Ohio State on a regular basis. I have a feeling that I may get my tickets. My bus tickets out of this town. That day happens. That's the way it's been so far, you know, talk to we had the a highest reunion in had all the former players from Ohio State down there. So went down to be with those players in every one of them when he came back. It was really interesting. He came back at Faulk. You're not gonna police this. I am coach I was to coach at Michigan dislike about two thousand five or six I was a coach in Michigan. But here all those highest players everyone coming up and talking to me talking to me. And I said Bo don't you know, what they were doing you the link between Woody Hayes and them now they're all talking to you about Woody Hayes, aren't they all of a sudden Boca by gosh. You're right Faulk. They wanted me about Woody Hayes 'cause I was one of the only people left that was able to probably about Woody. And even today, we even today here at Michigan. There's a lot of Woody Hayes stories because those two guys were icons. In college football. And they've done they they did things that that people. Remember, I mean, I would just tell the story about bone. I would end Oxford Ohio. And there was a union of the Miami of Ohio football team thirty years the salad bowl team back in nineteen fifty and Woody was to coach well blow and all the guys rener talking and went outside, and it was Woody stand up against a tree coach Hayes John Faulk brought Bowe in. He says bow quiet. Bo winner. I said sure, sir. He said well coach when you go into now, they're twenty years old and played football for Miami of Ohio. He said well who coach two boys talk to then is the he walked in that room at and walks in that room. It was complete silence. He got up, and he said I wanna thank each and everyone of you for what you've done for me..
"jim bowman" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Case fall. Join the movement. The sixties came to an end without any major breakthroughs. Oh, new leads in the case of the missing bone on children, and though no further letters sent from the person claiming to be joined by on pool. The man alleging to be holding the children captive. The constant trauma and top breaking Jewish. Boy, Nancy and Jim Bowman led to their eventual divorce, although they maintained valued friendship there off the. Typos moved away from the family home on hiding straight in some impa leaving behind the crushing hopes that they're smiling. Children would one die. Swing open the gate and awoke in. So i'd. With the media now firmly focused on the Vietnam war, the disappearance of nine year old Jane seven-year-old, Ana and four year old grant became a distant memory. What was once the biggest criminal investigation in south? Australia was nail of a Saint by a single detective. Over the years, the occasional pace of information related to the case filtered through and police continued to follow up on oh lawns of inquiry and that s speculative, but nothing substantial level surface. Seven years off by vanished. Memories of the bone children's disappearance flooded back into the alight consciousness as news of a similar of Duchesne made at lawns. On august. Twenty five north seventy three eleven year old JoAnne Ratcliffe, escorted four year old Kirsty Gordon to the bathroom stoves during a football match held at a light of a lodge football. And cricket study on the banks of the Tarn river less than two kilometers north of the bay. The troops should have taken just a few minutes, but twenty minutes Lyda the ghosts do hadn't returned to their families. The alarm was quickly raised into police contacted promptly initiating fooling Vesta Gatien. Joann and Kirsty lost. Same by several witnesses struggling with a man who then dragged the goes out of the oval southern guides. Demand was described as being average hot with stooped boss Joe wearing a wide brimmed a cougar stall hut who named glosses Greig check at sports jacket and Brown trousers. Investigators had learned a lot since the bemoan case and to now new missing children cases, should no longer be handled. Conservatively this time abduction and probable murder was suspected almost immediately and reported in the media such. Yet despite efforts, JoAnne, reckless and Kirsty Gordon would not like I did novas the man Las same with them off benefited. The investigation into finding JoAnne and Kirsty plight. Similarly to the bone case in that no evidence was on covered and the subsequent. Search was bogged down bought bugassault writings walled, speculations hoaxes and unsubstantiated visions from spiritualists including input from Gerard CROs at the Dutch clairvoyant who Sarkic visions filed to uncover any sawn of the Beaumont children. Based on witness accounts award Cal sketch of the man sane abducting, JoAnne and Kirstie Joan up and widely circulated similarities were immediately drawn to the sketch of the unknown, man. Seining collie reserve with the Beaumont children just before they vanished in nineteen sixty six. By sketches depicted a middle aged man with a long lane face and well-defined bone structure. Paid her Alexsandr from the police association of south Estrella, light said quite. There is a big chance. These two crimes linked this type of Fender these top of Killa, he just can't get a handle on even on a worldwide basis. These extraordinary the psychology and supreme confidence of the guy. He's a standing one group of children taken from a crowd at bait. The other from crowded sporting field both in broad daylight. The light nineteen seventies. And eighties South Australia was once again struck boy spite of horrific of doctrines into modo's. Five young men went missing over those years that bonus Elida fan in various locations throughout alike. Police.
"jim bowman" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Easing the stations only talk. Brought oh. The search for the missing Beaumont children quickly escalated into a statewide frenzy. Police roadblocks were established on all major South Australian hallways and outta lights. Port draw weistein were put under heavy surveillance. Members of the public volunteered at Tom to whiting the search including taxi drivers who had previously worked with Jim Bowman. They cruised the straits in that cabs while members of Jane, Beaumont's, brownie pack, ride that box around the surrounding neighborhoods searching for them missing front. Trey kids matching the ages of the Beaumont children was sawed at seven PM on the naught the siblings vanished. The children were saying standing by the water's edge at the Padova Longa bowed Ivan and marina just one kilometer north from Cali reserve. A woman spoke to the children briefly. And I had informed her that I didn't live in the area. Given the heart pry fall under gency of the Beaumont children case police tightening now chances. The marina which had a surface covering seventy acres and a depth of seeks fate was drained for the first time since its establishment in nineteen fifty nine. In what would become one of the largest single searches for the Beaumont children Sipho eighty young police cadets dragged themselves through the thick black fast-melt mud at the bottom of the empty, marina using broomsticks by product the mud for any song of the missing children. But to no avail. Despite these efforts noticed single pace of evidence was like headed to indicate whether children had gone. It was determined that the ceilings left time carrying around seventeen or so autumn's with them including bags close tales as well as Jane's book and purse. None of these autumn's were recovered at any of the K. Like, the children were expected to have traveled nor whether I spotted on the show lawn of Glen on bake this made the possibility the tree I had drowned all the more unlikely given that belongings would have been left behind on the sand and delighted discovered. The search for Jane, Ana and grant by Mon soon became the most extensive missing person search in South Australia in history. Within the first forty eight hours of the Beaumont children's disappearance. Police had received hundreds of calls from PayPal claiming to sane the three young siblings. One woman claimed to have seen a man and three children, enter vacant house opposite her Hymie, not lights as than suburbs. But the group was mysteriously gone. The next. I'd. Another believed she sold the three children accompanied but to men sitting at a bus, stop, multiple suburbs away in semaphore park. Most reported sightings let Noah who were ruled out completely. But with the help of several reliable corroborating witness titans. Detectives where I would have pace together. What was luckily to of Bain, Jane, Ana and grant by month's movements prior to that his appearance. While reports from witnesses who believed they saw the children on the morning of January twenty six very specifics. That was enough information provided for police to establish a fairly reliable Tom on and authentified several potential aids. And approximately ten fifteen I am, Jane, Ana and grant Beaumont Boorda public transit bus to Glen oak from the diagonal rights stop as confirmed by the Drava. An old a couple traveling on the bus recalled Jane Beaumont sitting on the backseat. Grading Little Women, while honoring grant messed around cheekily putting their arms out of the windows just to get a rise out of there. Oughta sista. The bus arrived to Glenn how just a few minutes. Oh, and the siblings disembarked on Moseley straight several straits back from the safe run. Local postman tone Paddison who knew the Beaumont family from his dialing my route. So Jane, honor and grant walking along nicely straight holding hands into laughing. Tom heard one of the children Elliott to the others. Look there's post the and little grand wiped Ella. Thome struggled to recall the exact tone. He sold the by on children uncertain. If it was in the morning, or after noon, but police believed the sorting occurred as the children, I headed to the beach. Several witnesses observed the Beaumont children playing in the shallow waters, just north of the Gano Jedi which formed the busiest section of the beach. Was the same area. That had swam in die before when they follow dropped them off before he's worked trip to snare town. Honor in grand Bareilly countable splashing in the shallows and never ventured beyond to Weiss date. Shortly after eleven I am the children finished, swimming and made the short walk from the jetty to call reserve..
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"We've got our sports director Matt McCoy on the live line in Matthew, the more I read about Michigan state. I mean, we all know dantonio super tough coach has a lot of credit has, you know, many times placed high if not win the big ten, but they're gonna go balanced attack. I'm more concerned about that d their number one rush defense when we're still trying to establish the run that's got to be problematic for the buckeyes. Yeah. Does that it's interesting Joel it's a game of strength against strength the Ohio State offense against the Michigan state defense. I think we all agree. Ohio state. They've had some trouble. You're right running the football and in the red zone. But nonetheless for the most part they've been led by their offense. Michigan state for the most part has been led by the defense. And it's a battle of weakness against weakness. Michigan state's struggled on offense to score points. They've had a lot of injuries on offense to their wide receiving corps. Their offense of why they're running back. LJ Scott spent in and out of the up against Ohio State defense that's been the weak part of Ohio State. I think for the most part this year that has dealt with injuries, Nick boats and stuff. So it's kind of which of the strong units can do better against to the other strong unit and which of the week units can do better against the other teams week unit. It's it's an interesting match up. And I'm not exactly sure what we're going to see. Because I've been wrong about Ohio State a lot of the season. I I just think I mean again, I don't critically watch. Like, you do I watch more for the entertainment met. But it always seems to me like there's gonna be a trick player to from Sparty. Yes. Mark dantonio does that which is really interesting about him. Because he I don't know. Joel like the perception is he's a really conservative co. Yeah. The perception is not wrong. I mean, they they try to win with defense. He's berry Jim tressel. Like, I mean, he's a Jim tressel disciple. Jim Bowman for Evans sakes, is offense coordinator is fans. Couldn't stand him. I mean, so they play conservatively. But you're right. Like almost every game. He'll do something. Whether it's a fake punt. Whether it's you know, rubbers pass or something on offense. So he does just enough where you better be disciplined and play the right way. Otherwise, you can look foolish on one of his trick play. And if I recall, he always looks really really upset if the trick play doesn't work. Really really upset when the trick play does work. Justice nature role. God rest his soul. You know? He's another Earl disciple with the gratitude system under coach, Bruce and Earl used to say that he used to tell Mark dantonio smile. More please smile more this should be fun. But he does enjoy it. He's just one of those gruff kinda head coaches. And and does a great job. Yeah. So we got to watch the trenches if we're winning in the trenches, it's likely a good news for the buckeyes in this game. I mean, not as big as the one against the other team from the state up north. But I mean at eighteen if we not you win even it's ugly as last week. This will buoy us in the polls for sure I think so. Yeah, you know, state hasn't moved up in the polls. And and quite honestly the way one they haven't deserved to. But you're right. I whether this is an ugly wind pretty win, whatever. This is a team that the committee views as being very good equality win their eighteenth. You're playing at their play. Okay. So yeah. Just win this game. If they can you keep everything in front of you the big ten championship. Maybe maybe a playoff spot. If you lose this game, you're out. So this this is a big game and a chance to maybe get some national recognition. Well, we'll be watching for sure. And listen to Matthew great stuff. We appreciate it. Our sports director Matt McCoy on the bucks on NewsRadio six ten WTVN just a minute away. Cash. Traffic and weather info your seven thirty news. Then went to dive to the box office another weekend of big ones. We'll talk to Kevin car coming up on six ten WTVN on this episode of the thrive global podcast with Arianna Huffington today's shows Hoda Kotb detox talks about how she became a mother at age fifty two.
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"For more of our Buick pregame show where today in east Lansing Michigan state northwestern in game two of the big ten season. And with that it is now time for our last. Look brought to you by shoe pan and sons Inc. We know metals and plastics inside and out Erin, I'll be joined by car. Offensive coordinator and tight ends coach. Jim Bowman Jim. Good morning. I guess maybe the first thing I'll ask you about is the field conditions because of all the rain. Did you think it's going to affect much today? Well, good morning pleasure to be with you. I think that the field was just uncovered dish before we walked in. I understood and we just walked it. Here's your team or shelves up and down the field. It's it's really good right now how it worsens Lucians as the game goes on depending on the rain will we'll have to she. It's not like we haven't played in it before nor has northwestern show that that's that's part of the deal. Sometimes though that you have to adjust to as the game goes on sometimes people would always shaded a passionate defected greatly. But if if the quarterback and grabbed the ball and throw the ball, there's a lot more pressure on the defensive backs the guys who have to react with a little bit better chance to make some breaks. So sometimes they can make your work in the reverse of your normal thinking, it's interesting. Jimmy Banat Nisa longtime in your offense. This season's been really hit hard with bumps and bruises is that is that big of tough to get your continuity going because you've had to use so many different guys incredibly tough not only in the offensive line. All all across the whole team. No wide receiver running back at every single place that Trump to know that we have to deal with info just for you. There's some young people step up and that could be today as well as any game. But certainly today Jim what's your take on this northwestern defense? Well, they're they're a big physical outfit. They're very tough on the on the frontline. They've they've always been and always will be, but they're really tough physical football players wind back from big guys that attack you, and they'll be very very tough to run the ball against no question about that. Surely that that's one aspect of the game that we always want them to have balanced, but now on the other hand, we go to just Justin do what we need to do. Also. Well, before we let you go any final thoughts about this winter keys to the game. You know, we're just ready for a war here me naar games with these guys over the years you've been awfully enchants tough to the last minute. National Whitman preparing and talking about all week. Well, Jim is is thanks for joining us and good luck today. Appreciate it. Okay. Comrades from PM Bowman MSU coordinator, anti dance coach. And that's our last since I look Barnes. Thanks to shoot Panin. Sounds inc. We know metals and plastics inside and out back with more.
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"Shots on goal big advantage force twenty four to eleven but what counts is on the top lyon of the scoreboard the one one tie on and fourteen of those shots again team in the first twelve minutes of the game when air force at a 140 advantage since then it's eleven shots for can its temporary or foresaw very even after those first twelve minutes of the game in we've got four falcons out that we've got four griff s out there as well there are still no additional penalty up on the board for air force so and they called three of the referees over at the contentious bench talking to treble large and here comes a caen fell caregivers bennett in the box what whatever francs territory was arguing here's he won the argument yeah so the third going to be even up we're going to be fouronfour with a faceoff down in the air force ends pretty crowded right there in the penalty box right now to for each side and four on four on the ice open i says jim bowman used to say at geno weight of the second period face off in front of christopolous and after draw a quick shot by mclaughlin pull the trigger over the head of christopolous that was a bang bang play mcglaughlin in the shooting hole takes a quick gone the other way dillon abboud with a turned it over falcons take it back on a half wall led fruit than he turns it over the basket steals at rightback for air force basketball dump it in go after it leaving the net as rabbani beats basket to that loose puck finds a team made up the far side and who come to grips in left to right four against four for another minute 20 putt behind the.
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"He played football at at michigan buddy buddy new hockey jordi his son was a his boys were hockey guys and and so you know having jim bowman there and chuck and jordi kinda had things going in the right direction and then when it when i came i just i just pushed that an accelerated as fast as i could i know that some schools have gotten take guys right out of high school and you kind of address that our next question in your in your last not many do i could tell ya would you we're not every would you ever bring in a player directly out of high school probably not because of we're not going to get a high school player that's good enough to play in our team we're just not gonna pay the only high school kids how the only guys going right directly out of high school that are that are going individual one hockey you know are the pcs programs they're getting kids out of the national development program which is an accelerated usa hockey program and these are the eu lead elite these are the kids at play in the world juniors at these are kids that are going to be first and second round draft choices and and they're going to schools like minnesota and and michigan and notre dame and boston college and boston university and there's only a handful of those i call him freaks fruits of nature that are good enough that are physically mature enough to be able to go out and play with the man because arly college hockey's immensely it is there nothing easy about it are you know we don't we probably you watch a game were sacred heart there's probably not in the nhl players on the right but there's no easy ice there was no bad players rampak nor from biak watched our game and he cited silencing atlanta game for so long he goes but i couldn't believe how deep both teams were there wasn't a bad play team up there wasn't a black bad player on the ice and there was no easy ice for sixty may for sixty three minutes there was no easy eisen and dumb that's just.