May 14, 2014Week 4

Due to weather conditions the Team Captains voted to cancel play for this week.This round will be made up on May 28th.For those who paid whole season a credit will be given for the outing, for those who paid half season, the credit will be applied to second half of season.For those in the skins a credit will be listed for next week.

A collection was taken for Roger Hatton who passed away on May 11.We collected a total of $90 for Roger donation. Thank you to everyone's generous contributions. Chuck Reckers is writing a check to the American Cancer Society for $100 in Roger's honor.††I will always remember Roger as being a good sportsman on the course and a pleasure to play with.Our prayers are with his family.


Roger Allen Hatton, 69, of Florence, KY passed away May 11, 2014. He was a Personnel Manager with the IRS and a U.S. Army Veteran. He is survived by Wife Nancy Meyers Hatton, Daughters Emily (Ryan) McMillen and Melissa Zediker, Sister Wavoline Gavin, and Granddaughter Addison McMillen. A Memorial Service will be at 7:00 P.M., Friday, May 16 at Stith Funeral Home, 7500 U.S. 42, Florence, KY 41042. Visitation will begin at 5:00 P.M. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 297Ö Buttermilk Pike, Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017 or St. Elizabeth Hospice, 483 S. Loop Rd., Edgewood, KY 41017.


The following is from League President Tom Schumacher:††

Answers to the How Well Do You Remember the Beatles in 1964?

(Anyone with 100% correct answers will be a good candidate for League President next year.)

1.      What did the Beatles receive for performing three times on The Ed Sullivan Show?

A.    $100,000

B.     $50,000

C.     $10,000

D.    $5,000


2.      What was the No. 1 song on Billboardís charts on February 1, 1964, a week before the Beatles appeared on Ed Sullivan?

A.    I Want to Hold Your Hand

B.     She Loves You

C.     Love Me Do

D.    I Get Around

3.      What was the first song that the Beatles performed live for an audience in America?

A.    I Want to Hold Your Hand

B.     All My Loving

C.     Help

D.    Canít Buy Me Love

4.      Who sent a congratulatory telegram to the Beatles before that first performance?

A.    President Lyndon B. Johnson

B.     Queen Elizabeth II

C.     Bob Dylan

D.    Elvis Presley- The telegram was also signed by his manager, Col. Tom Parker

5.      How much did a front-row ticket to their first concert in America cost?

A.    $4

B.     $6

C.     $8.50

D.    $12.50

6.      What item was stolen from Ringo while in New York for their first concert there in August?

A.    His passport

B.     His St. Christopher medal- His St. Christopher medal was torn from his neck by Angie McGowan, a 16-year old fan. After Ringo made pleas for it during radio interviews, McGowan returned it, and met Ringo in the process.

C.     His drumsticks

D.    His autographed photo of Ed Sullivan

7.      The Beatles performed a regular set of songs (give or take a few) while on their North American tour in the summer of 1964.Which of the following was not in the set?

A.    A Hard Dayís Night

B.     Roll Over Beethoven

C.     Yesterday- It wasn't written yet. Paul wrote it for the "Help!" album, produced in 1965.

D.    If I Fell

8.      Their North American tour set a record as they zigzagged 22,621 miles across the continent in a little over a month.Roughly how many people saw the Beatles on that tour?

A.    25,000

B.     59,000

C.     209,000

D.    454,000- 453,950 tickets were sold to be exact.