On the other side of the draw, Popovic faced the eighth seed, ASU’s Sammi Hampton. Hampton defeated the second seed, Cal’s Olivia Hauger, 4 6, 6 3, 6 3, in the quarterfinals. But Popovic was ready for Hampton and earned a solid 6 0, 6 4 victory to earn herself a matchup with Jump in the final..
The move from Adidas follows recent environmental efforts from Nike and Puma, including Puma “Clever Little Bag,” which replaces the traditional shoe box with a reusable, recyclable bag plus a cardboard inset. Created by leading green designer Yves Bhar, it uses 65 percent less cardboard than traditional packaging. “To dye the world’s clothing, the equivalent amount of water from the Mediterranean Sea is used every two years, not only depleting important water resources but also affecting the healthy future of our planet,” according to a September 24 Adidas The adidas by Stella McCartney DryDye T shirt is part of the FW12 collection and priced at 45 euros.The move from Adidas follows recent environmental efforts from Nike and Puma, including Puma’s “Clever Little Bag,” which replaces the traditional shoe box with a reusable, recyclable bag plus a cardboard inset.
There is nothing so satisfying, apparently, as kicking your sport when it is down. Carl Lewis, treated with crawling deference at the US Olympic Summit here in Los Angeles, decided this week to plunge one more dagger into the hearts of his endlessly maligned brethren in track and field. Not only was athletics dying, he claimed, but his successors in long jump yes, he meant you, Greg Rutherford were “pathetic”, and the American relay teams “embarrassing”.
CSC and CID NumbersGift cards by American Express have a 4 digit code on the front called a Card Identification Number and a 3 digit number on the back referred to as a Card Security Code. The CID code serves the same function as the CVV code on VISA and MasterCards. The CID and CSC numbers are required, along with the card number, to inquire about the available balance and to replace a lost, stolen or expired card..
Mr. REED KROLOFF (Dean, School of Architecture, Tulane University): By which I mean if you think of a piece of wood and you look at it, you can see the grain, and it’s made of many, many, many pieces that create a whole. New Orleans is the same way because of the way property ownership was set up by the French a couple hundred years ago, trying to give everybody a thin, thin slice of the Mississippi River to carry their goods to market and made for a city that’s a wonderful quilt of thin, thin, thin, thin slices.