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Re: Sunday Rallye & Picnic??

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

Well we didn't win. Poor time management mostly. Bill and June Hixson got
DLBF. And we got 2 other places for the MG group. Not sure what they were.
Some guy in an Avanti got second.

Larry

On 10/24/01 10:05 PM, "kentarv@..." <kentarv@...> wrote:

The results are......???????

Ken Tarves
101 Kathmere Rd.
Havertown, PA 19083
610-853-3236


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Re: Sunday Rallye & Picnic??

kentarv@...
 

Thanks Gentlemen.
KT


Re: Sunday Rallye & Picnic??

kentarv@...
 

The results are......???????

Ken Tarves
101 Kathmere Rd.
Havertown, PA 19083
610-853-3236


Re: Sunday Rallye & Picnic??

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

Sunday Oct 21.

Start gathering about 9. I think the drivers meeting is at 10 and first car
is off at 10:30.

I believe it is scheduled to end at 2ish.


Starts and finishes at Peace Valley Park. Take 202 N towards Doylestown. The
take a Left at 152. I think its W but it might be north.

That enough or do you need more?

Larry

On 10/20/01 10:07 AM, "kentarv@..." <kentarv@...> wrote:

Can someone post details for the rallye, please?

Ken Tarves
101 Kathmere Rd.
Havertown, PA 19083
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Re: Sunday Rallye & Picnic??

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

No

On 10/20/01 10:07 AM, "kentarv@..." <kentarv@...> wrote:

Can someone post details for the rallye, please?

Ken Tarves
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University of Pennsylvania
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Re: Sunday Rallye & Picnic??

kentarv@...
 

Thanks, Larry.
I'm a "Maybe".

Ken Tarves
101 Kathmere Rd.
Havertown, PA 19083
610-853-3236


Re: Sunday Rallye & Picnic??

Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
 

I think it would be easier to bring your own than try to coordinate a picnic. What's everybody else think. Steve


From: "Larry B. Macy" <macy@...>
Reply-To: Philly_MG_Club@...
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] Sunday Rallye & Picnic??
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2001 20:27:06 -0400

To all those going to the Rallye on Sunday. There is supposed to be a picnic
after. What is everybody bringing??

Should we each plan on something and share?? Or just bring our own??

Larry

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Re: Sunday Rallye & Picnic??

James Schulte <schultejim@...>
 

What...share with a hippie, that would be a sign of Communism. You bring the
filet and I'll bring the napkins :-)
Doctors make more then Masters Degrees don't they. Or is it B's are bigger then
Midgets. I can't remember which is which. What do you expect at 6:30 a.m. on a
Saturday when the damn dog wants to go out and I'm half asleep. :-(
Let's bring our own and share...what do you say ......
Sleepy

"Larry B. Macy" wrote:

To all those going to the Rallye on Sunday. There is supposed to be a picnic
after. What is everybody bringing??

Should we each plan on something and share?? Or just bring our own??

Larry

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Re: Sunday Rallye & Picnic??

kentarv@...
 

Can someone post details for the rallye, please?

Ken Tarves
101 Kathmere Rd.
Havertown, PA 19083
610-853-3236


Sunday Rallye & Picnic??

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

To all those going to the Rallye on Sunday. There is supposed to be a picnic
after. What is everybody bringing??

Should we each plan on something and share?? Or just bring our own??

Larry

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78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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[Fwd: MGs on the Rocks 2001 Photos]

Rick Brown <mgrick@...>
 



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: MGs on the Rocks 2001 Photos
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 18:09:15 EDT
From: RGL2MGBGT@...
To  (deleted)


The winners of the 2001 MGs "On the Rocks" Car Show and Parts Market are now posted on the club website. To get there double click on the highlighted area or type in www.qis.net/~socs/mgob.html


MGs of Baltimore, Ltd.


Enjoy

Richard


Re: Jim Thorpe drive

Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
 

Sorry, I, too, cannot make it for the drive to Jim Thorpe. As Larry Macy mentioned in another E-mail the Fall MG vs. TR rally is on Sunday. As you probably read in the newsletter the Club will pay half the cost for each team, so let's get the "Lucas Cup" back - even if we do have to let Larry keep it!
While I have everyone's attention I need someone to plan a Nov. event and let me know soon about all the details - time, place, etc. It can be anything - driving tour, wine tour, whatever. Let me know. Steve H.




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Re: The end of Speedvision

Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
 

Allen,
When I heard the news a while ago that FOX bought Speedvision this is what I was afraid would happen. Given the way they covered NASCAR this year I may have to stop watching racing all together. If only the racing series big wigs would listen to the fans we'd still be on ESPN and ESPN2 for racing. Oh well. Steve H.


From: ajhsys@...
Reply-To: Philly_MG_Club@...
To: spridgets@..., mgs@..., midgetsprite@..., Philly_MG_Club@...
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] The end of Speedvision
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 10:51:21 EDT

Here is a pretty depressing article. It looks like we will be losing all
that matters on Speedvision, thanks to Fox.

http://charlotte.bcentral.com/charlotte/stories/2001/10/15/story6.html

Maybe we should all write to ESPN and request more/better coverage of open
wheel racing, F1, SCCA, and WRC rally. Fox isn't interested.

Allen Hefner
SCCA Philly Region Rally Steward
'77 Midget
'92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport


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Re: Jim Thorpe drive

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

I can't make Sat. Sounds like fun tho.

Don't forget that the Fall Rallye is Sunday. Sometime after 9 AM (I think
first car off is 10:30) at Peace Valley Park.

Be there or be square.

Larry

PS Ain't Mark on the list??

On 10/17/01 10:41 PM, "Jim" <schultejim@...> wrote:

Philly Members,
Mark Johnson wants to know if anyone would like to drive up to Jim
Thorpe on Saturday for lunch. He would leave his place in
Gilbertsville at 10:00 a.m. If you are interested, call his wife Lynn
at 610-754-9710.
Jim
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78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Ask a question and you're a fool for three minutes; do not ask a question
and you're a fool for the rest of your life.


The end of Speedvision

ajhsys@...
 

Here is a pretty depressing article. It looks like we will be losing all
that matters on Speedvision, thanks to Fox.

http://charlotte.bcentral.com/charlotte/stories/2001/10/15/story6.html

Maybe we should all write to ESPN and request more/better coverage of open
wheel racing, F1, SCCA, and WRC rally. Fox isn't interested.

Allen Hefner
SCCA Philly Region Rally Steward
'77 Midget
'92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport


Jim Thorpe drive

Jim <schultejim@...>
 

Philly Members,
Mark Johnson wants to know if anyone would like to drive up to Jim
Thorpe on Saturday for lunch. He would leave his place in
Gilbertsville at 10:00 a.m. If you are interested, call his wife Lynn
at 610-754-9710.
Jim


No Subject

teachjp@...
 

Yo, Osama!!


Well, the government finally named you as a suspect, so I guess it's

fair to talk about you now. Thought you had us, didn't you? What a

laugh! You did more to unify this country than George Washington.


See, we Americans had gotten sort of distracted. We worried about

things like lock boxes, taxes, and who was committing hanky panky with

whom. We were too stressed to reach out to one another, to sit down and

talk with our kids, to call our spouses at work and tell them we loved

them. We were MUCH too busy to even think about giving blood or going

to the hardware store to buy and hang an American flag.


You changed all that, Osama, you and your gang of creeps. I met my

neighbors in the park across the street tonight. We talked quietly while

everybody gathered. Then we lit our candles and just stood there

silently, holding them. Without anybody saying anything, we walked back

to our neighborhood and set them on our doorsteps. They are still

burning. You will never be able to put them out.


I've had more meaningful conversations with my teenager this week

than in the last couple of years combined. Tonight I was driving her to

a friend's house when the voice of Lee Greenwood came over the radio

singing "I'm Proud to Be an American." We were stuck in traffic,

and normally we would have been snapping at one another. She started

singing along softly with the radio. I joined in. By the second verse

we were singing at the top of our voices with the windows rolled down.

People stuck in traffic on either side of us joined in. By the time we

were finally able to move a little, perfect strangers were wiping their

eyes, blowing their horns and shouting good wishes to one another.


I hung an American flag on my house yesterday for the first time in my

life. I'd like to get another one, but there are no flags or anything

else red, white, or blue left in any store in this town. My daughter

and I did find some white and blue ribbon in the sewing box. Tomorrow

we're going to make a huge blue-and-white bow and fasten it to the front

grille of the car. The car's bright red; we think it will look nice.


I called my husband at work today just to tell him I loved him. I

hadn't done that for a while -- too busy, I guess. It felt wonderful.


We are going to send some money to a fund to help the victims. Tonight

at the dinner table we talked about the various charities and tried to

decide which one was best. Normally we just eat and run. It was the

best dinner table conversation we've had in a long time. We finally

decided on a fund that's been set up for the children of the rescue

workers who were killed in New York City. We'd never given much thought

to appreciating all they do for us before now.


My husband and I are on a waiting list to give blood. It'll be awhile

before our names come up; there are over 500 people ahead of us.

There's been a shortage of blood in this area. I wouldn't be surprised

if the blood donated all across this country eventually saves more

people than you killed. That would be a fitting memorial to those who

died.


We're sticking together. Our politicians are rising to the occasion.

Rudy Giuliani and George W. Bush never looked half as statesmanlike as

they have this week. Partisan bickering? What's that? Half the

Congress stood on the steps of the Capitol the other night and sang "God

Bless America."


See, Osama, you underestimated us. And maybe for too long we've been

underestimating ourselves. This is the greatest, strongest, richest,

most beautiful country in the world. Our firefighters, policemen,

EMTs, and people like the ones on the plane that crashed in Pennsylvania

have reminded us that we're also the bravest and most determined.


You can't destroy us, and you can't stop us. Because we're coming,

Osama. We're gonna find you and the rest of your murderous thugs, and

when we do, we're gonna kick your butts all over the face of the

earth. You are gonna REGRET the day you messed with AMERICA!


Just thought you oughta know.


United as One


I do not know where this began but do not let it end with you. Pass it

on and may it span our planet and heal,

As the soot and dirt and ash rained down, We became one color.


As we carried each other down the stairs of the burning building,

We became one class.


As we lit candles of waiting and hope,

We became one generation.


As the firefighters and police officers fought their way into the

inferno,

We became one gender.


As we fell to our knees in prayer for strength,

We became one faith.


As we whispered or shouted words of encouragement,

We spoke one language.


As we gave our blood in lines a mile long,

We became one body.


As we mourned together the great loss,

We became one family.


As we cried tears of grief and loss,

We became one soul.


As we retell with pride of the sacrifice of heroes,

We become one people.


We are

One color

One class

One generation

One gender

One faith

One language

One body

One family

One soul

One people


We are The Power of One.

We are United.

We are America.


This candle was lit on the 11th of September, 2001.

Please pass it on to your friends & family so that it

may shine all across America.


New MG may come to US

joema@...
 

The following article was taken from BBC News September 30th.


New sports car for Longbridge

The MG X80 will take on Porsche and Jaguar


A new luxury sports car is to be built in Birmingham instead of Italy. MG
Rover confirmed on Sunday that it will build up to 2,000 MG X80s a year at Longbridge
instead of Qvale Modena in Italy. Unions have welcomed the move and say it will give added
confidence to the local economy. The firm is planning to launch the coup� version of the
4.6 litre car next summer
followed by a roadster version the following year.

MG bought Qvale
Modena from its
American owners in
June.

The company produced
the Mangusta sports
car, on which the new
MG is based.

Gordon Poynter, MG Rover's director of communications and public affairs,
said the
ability to house production of the X80 under
one roof at Longbridge had contributed to the
decision to move it from Italy.

Hand built

But he said transferring the operation was unlikely to create many new jobs. "We are
talking about a very low-line production. This is not a mass-produced car as it is mostly
hand built."

"There may be some new supply-line jobs, but this is not really about jobs
and I cannot say how many are likely to be on offer."
Mr Poynter said there were plans to sell the X80 in the United States, though no decision
had been taken.

Roadster version

"The car is already designed to be sold in America, so this could be done."
"We intend to begin selling a coup� model next
summer and a roadster version in 2003."

Longbridge trade union convenor Adrian Ross
said: "It's excellent news which will give
confidence to the West Midlands' economy."

Motor show

"It is very specialised work and employees will have to go through intensive
training, but we have had people out in Italy over the past few months gaining expertise."


The MG X80 was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in May.

The car will sell for about �50,000. It will be powered by a V8 engine and
boasts a top speed of 175 mph, reaching 0-60 mph in about five seconds.

It is expected to compete with rivals such as Porsche, Maserati and Jaguar.






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Re: Autumn Fest in Bethlehem

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

If you look here there is a map link

http://www.moravian.k12.pa.us/about/locations.htm

It is the campus on Green Pond Rd. S of 33, E of 191.

Larry

On 10/12/01 11:29 AM, "joema@..." <joema@...> wrote:


Where is the Moravian Acedemy? Anybody got directions from Downingtown?
Maybe I could drive the 'B' up (unfinished body panels and all) and win
Diamond in the rough!!

Joe Maggiore
76 B (well, almost)
73 R.A. Midget (deceased - burried in Canada)

Larry Macy wrote:

Anyone else going to Moravian Academy tomorrow?? This is the Keystone
Clubs
Fall show. I am going and I don't want John P to go so I got a shot at a
Midget award ;-) (Just kidding)

I think it starts at 10.

Larry

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Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
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Yup I'll be going - had a nice time last year.
Rick

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Re: Autumn Fest in Bethlehem

Rick Brown <mgrick@...>
 

Larry Macy wrote:

Anyone else going to Moravian Academy tomorrow?? This is the Keystone Clubs
Fall show. I am going and I don't want John P to go so I got a shot at a
Midget award ;-) (Just kidding)

I think it starts at 10.

Larry

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macy@...
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Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
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Philadelphia, PA 19104

Yup I'll be going - had a nice time last year.
Rick

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