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2. - Writers - Seth Davis: NBA Factor No Longer Applies - Tuesday February 2
Even Rick Pitino is saying these days that Lincoln High pointguard Sebastian Telfair is turning pro. Telfair called Pitino
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A non-factor
Unlike past years, this season's title team won't be full of NBA talent
Posted: Tuesday February 24, 2004 12:24PM; Updated: Wednesday March 3, 2004 11:14AM
Freshman Chris Taft may be the only player on No. 3 Pitt who's a sure-fire pro prospect. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Five years ago, Sports Illustrated published a story during the second week of the NCAA tournament under the headline "The NBA Factor." The piece, which was ably reported and deftly written by my very intelligent and handsome mail-reading colleague Grant Wahl , explicated on the theorem that in order for a team to win a national championship, it needed to have at least three future NBA players on its roster. To prove this assertion, the story revealed that every champ since 1976 had met this pro-rated standard. It's amazing how much things have changed in just five years. If we were to weigh in on this same issue during the '04 tourney, we'd have to headline it, "The NBA Non-Factor." With the draft now dominated by foreign players and high school seniors (you could have as many as eight to 10 high schoolers in the first round this year), this season's best college teams generally feature guys who are less-than-surefire pro prospects. This, incidentally, is not a bad thing. Whoever the 2004 champion is, it probably won't overwhelm you with eye-popping talent, but it will have older, mature players who play a beautiful brand of team basketball rarely seen in today's NBA.

3. - Writers - Tim Layden: Tossing Out The Most Pressing Queries As Track Ki
When I met her last spring, she was a high school senior weighing the pros andcons of turning pro after running the fastest 200 in the world for the year
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Opening questions
Tossing out the most pressing queries as track kicks off its Olympic year
Posted: Friday January 23, 2004 4:13PM; Updated: Friday January 23, 2004 4:13PM
Quietly next weekend, on the eve of the Super Bowl, no less (in Boston, no less), U.S. track and field will kick off its Olympic year. Talk about starting out in the shadows. Yet, as a track journalist (some of the time, anyway) and track fan (all of the time), I am looking forward to having many questions answered this year, among them: *What can we expect of Marion Jones , the mother? By the end of 2002, Jones' performances had become decidedly mediocre, by her high standards. (Mediocre Marion, of course, is still better than most women in history). Since then she has changed coaches twice, given birth to her first child, stayed away from competition for a year and testified in the notorious BALCO investigation. The fact that she has committed to running and long jumping (!) indoors for the first time in her professional career is worth a raised a eyebrow. New passion? From 1997-2000, it looked as if Mrs. Jones might rewrite women's track records. It no longer looks that way, but does she have another chapter in her? *How about Mo and TiMo? Between 1997 and 2001

4. - College Basketball - Men - Coach: Alabama Signee Wallace Won't Turn
Coach Alabama prep star decides against turning pro. Click here for more on this story Basketball" by the Alabama Sports writers Association, is considered one of the top preps in

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Click here for more on this story Posted: Monday May 08, 2000 04:39 PM Sweet home Alabama: Gerald Wallace decided to develop his game at Alabama before going to the NBA. adidas TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP ) High school basketball standout Gerald Wallace, who was considering bypassing college ball to try out for the NBA, has decided to play for Alabama rather than turn pro, said Crimson Tide coach Mark Gottfried. The Birmingham News on Monday also quoted Wallace's mother, Alice Walker, and AAU coach Kenneth Harris as saying Wallace would play for Alabama. "He's not going pro," said Harris. The 6-foot-7, 205-pound Childersburgh High School star, picked as "Mr. Basketball" by the Alabama Sports Writers Association, is considered one of the top preps in the nation. He had said in April that he would turn pro if he were guaranteed to be a lottery pick in the June 28 NBA draft. Since Wallace is only 17, and there are many who have already declared for the draft, Wallace would have likely been chosen between the middle and the end of the first round, said Gottfried.

5. Pro's Q & A Section
question and answers from the pros on angling tips, turning pro, tackle techniques, manufacturers products, and just about anything else related to fishing. visitors have asked our pro Staff writers. Each general question wanted to become a pro or at least try to To Be To Become A pro Fisherman? Can you GIve
At the bottom of this page you will find an email link to use if you were unable to locate a answer for the specific fishing question you have. The questions are listed on the page below and then to the right of the question are the names of the Pros who answered that question. Just click on any of their names and you will be taken to a page that has each of their responses. Question Asked Answered By: LEO, Thank you for your article on " DOCK TALK ". It got me to think about gut feeling & confidence in " our own abilities & knowledge to assemble a game plan - be it fun fishing or competition. I gave up tourny fishing many years ago. It was getting very commercialized & not enjoyable to participate. Good Luck in all your endeavers. CAL Leo Watson
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A message board is available for discussing turning pro and issues related to the BestTransgender Erotica brings together twenty stories by writers of every
published writing books columns stories poetry ... reviews books Turning Pro: A Guide to Sexwork for the Ambitious and the Intrigued Greenery Press , 2001, is a down-to-earth guide to the sex industry for those who may be considering a job in the field. "From dance hall girls to happy hookers, the world has always been fascinated with sex workers. Now, a woman who's done almost every kind of sex work imaginable reveals the actual details of sex work: how to get a job, how to keep yourself safe, how much you can expect to make, how to plan your exit strategy, and more."
I SBN: 1890159301 Turning Pro was nominated for a Firecracker Alternative Book Award ; reviewed by Spectator Magazine Scarlet Letters Venus or Vixen? Blowfish ... SEE Magazine and Clean Sheets ; recommended by the Society for Human Sexuality ; mentioned in an article in the New York Daily News and in an article in The Stranger ; and was a featured book in the 'provocative non-fiction' section of the Erotic Reader's Association A message board is available for discussing Turning Pro and issues related to the topics examined in the book.

7. Between The Lines
The merits of playing college tennis before turning pro. Daily tennis news sources Server in October 1999, won a secondplace award from the United States Tennis writers Association
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    The Elites of Pro Doubles
    Ray Bowers The reign of Eltingh-Haarhuis atop the doubles game ended with the retirement of Jacco Eltingh at the end of 1998. In their final year together, the Netherlands pair captured the French Open and Wimbledon along with the year-end ATP World tournament in Hartford, where they defeated five opponents all ranked in the world's top eight. Doubles fans wondered who would be the likely successors.
    Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi
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    1998 ATP World Doubles Championship The pair of Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes took the mid-year lead, having reached the final at the Australian Open and capturing the Roland Garros and Wimbledon championships. Their only Slam loss was hardly an embarrassmenta five-set thriller to Bjorkman-Rafter in the final at Melbourne.
  • 8. Anderson Turning Pro
    His decision to turn pro was based on his family situation, said Anderson Press,United Press International, United States Basketball writers Assocation, and
    Anderson Turning Pro
    The announcement wasn't a surprise, but the disappointment was still captured on Bobby Cremins'' face. Tech's all-America point guard, Kenny Anderson, was passing up his final two seasons of eligibility and turning pro. At an April 8 press conference, Anderson said he would enter the National Basketball Association draft scheduled for June 26. Anderson's early entry into the NBA draft follows in the footsteps of former teammate Dennis Scott, who last year passed up his senior season and was picked fourth in the draft. Anderson had said during his sophomore season that he would turn professional if he was projected to be among the top five in the NBA draft. "It's something that I wanted to do," Anderson said. "I didn't rush into this decision. I listed all of my options, and coach Cremins did a great job with me. Coach Cremins and my mother played a trig role in this." His decision to turn pro was based on his ''family situation," said Anderson.. "The most important person is my mother, and I wanted to take c. are of her I hate leaving Georgia Tech and coach Cremins. Atlanta has been great to me, and it's going to be hard for me to leave here." "I support Kenny's decision 110 percent," said Cremins. "We've done a lot of research, and I've said from day one that

    9. Turning Pro Ribbon Speakers And Pro-sound Applications Sound & Video Contractor
    turning pro By Mike Klasco their advance into mainstream commercial and prosoundapplications capacity attract more sound system designers and spec writers.
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    10. Writers On The Loose - Lon Bonsberry
    UFOs and marines http// LBonsberry/index.cfm?story=8797 of the National Champion Syracuse basketball team has announced that he is turning pro. Ah, what might have been

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    12. Between The Lines
    The merits of playing college tennis before turning pro. Daily tennis news sources In talking with writers, Vines, age 22, made boastful predictions
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  • Editor's Letter EXPLORE THE TENNIS NET:
  • Dr. John Murray's Mental Equipment Archive 1995 - Present
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  • David Higdon's Net Game archive
  • The merits of playing college tennis before turning pro
  • Daily tennis news sources
  • Tennis Equipment Tips ...
  • Unsubscribing from Tennis Server INTERACTIVE.
    Forgotten Victories:
    The Early Pro Tennis Wars
    Ray Bowers first pro tour in 1926 ; the subsequent eminence of European Karel Kozeluh and American Vincent Richards ; of ; and of Tilden and Nusslein, 1932-1933 Chapter V: The Early Ascendancy of Vines, 1934 MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, JANUARY 10 THE FIRST TILDEN-VINES TOUR Tilden reclaimed the series lead in a five-setter on January 20 before a capacity house of 5,000 at the Broadway Armory in Chicago. Tilden as usual played from the baseline but Vines again came to net more, often immediately behind his own serve. But Elly then won in Denver, San Francisco, and Oakland, capturing the series lead. Their next meeting, in the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles on January 29, would put on display the competitiveness of Tilden. Writer Bill Henry of L.A. Times was a witness. Tilden analyzed the tour with his usual seeming honesty. Vines had indeed adjusted well to the indoor game, Bill affirmed, and was playing better than he ever had as an amateur. Especially, Vines had learned how to hold down his errors. As to his own game, Bill said he was playing about as well as ever.
  • 13. Comics Readers Becoming Writers - Good Or Bad?
    to be the next generation of writers/artists/production Apparently Ted Turner oncesuggested turning Batman and Superman You talk to any comic pro and while
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    Welcome to SBC’s The Panel , a chance for you to put your burning questions – comics-related or otherwise – to a group of comics professionals.
    The Panel lives or dies by your contributions; please email them to and we’ll add them to the list…
    This week’s question comes from Darren Schroeder and is as follows:-
    “ What are the benefits and drawbacks of the large-scale comics publishers predominantly choosing comics readers to be the next generation of writers/artists/production staff?” Scott Allie That's like asking about Simon and Schuster's habit of hiring authors who also read. Scott Allie edits and writes for Dark Horse – a trade of The Devil’s Footprints is just out, and is not only a superb collection but is an excellent story too. Stephen Holland Damn, I thought this was going to be an easy one, but I’ve written, rewritten and edited it to death already.

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    16. CBZ Journal -- September 1999
    Walker, Dave Iamele, Phrank Da Slugger, Pusboil CONTRIBUTING writers EnriqueEncinosa and Smoother Than Joe Louis by Tracy Callis; turning pro by Enrique
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    Ed Vance Hank Kaplan, Tracy Callis, Matt Tegen STAFF WRITERS: BoxngRules, Chris Bushnell, Adrian Cusack, DscribeDC, Francis Walker, Dave Iamele, Phrank Da Slugger, Pusboil CONTRIBUTING WRITERS: Enrique Encinosa, Randy Gordon, Pedro Fernandez, Joe Koizumi, Mike Moscone, Dr. Ferdie Pacheco, Jim Trunzo, Barry Lindenman, Katherine Dunn, Pete Ehrmann

    17. Breaking Into The Erotica Market - By Magdalene Meretrix
    Write some fan mail to let your favorite writers know what you liked about Her firstbook, turning pro A Guide to Sexwork for the Ambitious and the Intrigued
    Breaking Into The Erotica Market
    By Magdalene Meretrix

    Most sex-writers realize pretty early in the game that out-and-out porn pays better than "literary erotica." But that doesn't mean that you should hang up your aspirations if you truly prefer writing for the erotica market. There are a number of erotica writers who are making a living writing erotica. What is their secret? Here are a few pointers to help you break into the market. 1 - Don't be afraid to write outside your chosen genre. For example, I write erotica, "essayrotica" (a term coined by Hanne Blank to describe Erotic Literary Non-Fiction essays), and non-fiction/how-to on topics of a sexual nature. Writing in each of these genres has boosted my sales in the others. Anything you write will get your name out there. As an aspiring erotica writer, you want name recognition. 2 - Don't be afraid to give your work away. There was a point when I felt bitter about giving so much work away. That was before I realized that most professional erotica writers list the publications where they've been published and, in most cases, half or more of those publications were non-paying. You want to be able to cite a long list of publications and you want your writing to spread far and wide - name recognition gets your foot in the door. Many of the non-paying markets have high-quality editors. I submitted a piece to a non-paying market and was told that I should make drastic changes. I balked, figuring a non-paying market couldn't possibly understand the high-quality I had produced. I took the piece to a well-known, professional, paying market. The first thing the editor told me? To make the exact same changes!

    18. Cybergolf Writers Corner
    made a lot of money after turning pro, but he A former assistant club pro from Sussex,England, Tony nominated for several specialist and young writers awards.

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    20. Hunter S. Thompson - King Of Gonzo
    When the going gets weird, the Weird turn pro. , The Edge The fucker s not muchfor turning, but it s pure hell on I am a member of The HTML writers Guild.

    "When the going gets weird, the Weird turn pro."
    "The Edge... There is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the ones who have gone over. The others - the living - are those who pushed their control as far as they felt they could handle it, and then pulled back, or slowed down, or did whatever they had to when it came time to choose between Now and Later.
    But the edge is still Out there. Or maybe it's In. The association of motorcyles with LSD is no accident of publicity. They are both a means to an end, to the place of definitions."
    - HST '65
    "Strange memories on this nervous night in Las Vegas. Five years later? Six? It seems like a lifetime, or at least a Main Era - the kind of peak that never comes again. San Francisco in the middle sixties was a very special time and place to be a part of. Maybe it meant something. Maybe not, in the long run ... but no explanation, no mix of words or music or memories can touch that sense of knowing that you were there and alive in that corner of time and the world. Whatever it meant....
    History is hard to know, because of all the hired bullshit, but even without being sure of "history" it seems entirely reasonable to think that every now and then the energy of a whole generation comes to a head in a long fine flash, for reasons that nobody really understands at the time - and which never explain, in retrospect, what actually happened."

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