November 19 GPW 4th race. Originally carded for Turf, but went to dirt. I double checked all of my pacelines etc. to no avail. Whenever I want to go to any readout screen, I get the following error: 'Type mismatch in module YMPWQF at address 6AIC:077F.' Any ideas as to what went wrong? ...
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GRAHAM, LUZZI, MAWING, NAKATANI & NAPRAVNIK TO FACE VOTE OF THEIR PEERS ARCADIA, Calif. (Nov. 20, 2014)–Santa Anita Park has announced five finalists for the prestigious Santa Anita George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award, with the winner to be announced on HRTV in February following a vote of jockeys nationwide. Veteran jockeys James Graham, […] The post […]
This season, the football team of Massachusetts Institute of Technology is undefeated and will make its first appearance in the NCAA’s Division III playoffs. The team traces its roots to a decades-old student experiment.
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