Mr. Steven Edward “Steve” Tatum, age 69, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on December 2, 1947, in Beach Grove, Indiana, the son of the late, Dewayne Tatum and Charlotte (Hess) Carroll. He was raised in Fairland, Indiana, where he attended school. Steve was inducted into the United States Army on December 12, 1967, in Indianapolis, Indiana, serving during the Vietnam War. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal, Sharpshooter (M-14 Rifle), Expert (M-16 Rifle), Army Commendation Medal and two overseas. Steve was honorably discharged with the rank of Specialist 4th Class on December 3, 1969 at Fort Riley, Kansas. Steve was united in marriage on October 29, 1983 in Fairland, Indiana, to Wauneta Grace Cline and to this union arrived two daughters, Nicole and Stori and two sons, Sean and Isiah to bless their home. Steve resided in the Vevay community since 1997. Steve enjoyed tinkering on cars and will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Steve passed away at 2:01 pm, Sunday, March 12, 2017, at the Robley Rex VA Medical Center in Louisville, Kentucky.Steve will be deeply missed by his daughters: Nicole McAlister and her husband: CJ of Vevay, IN and Stori Roy and her husband: Tyler of Franklin, IN; his sons: Sean Tatum and his wife: Kylie of Indianapolis, IN and Isiah Tatum and his wife: Katie of Fishers, IN; his grandchildren: Dylan, Zeyla, Noah, Maya, Owen, Amelia, Aria, Aiden, Damion, Elora, Charlotte and Fenix; his sisters: Martha Likens of Indianapolis, IN, Patricia Cambell of Indianapolis, IN and Kathleen Mitchell of Tucson, Arizona; his brother: Robert Carroll of Indianapolis, IN and his several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents: Dewayne Tatum and Charlotte (Hess) Carroll; his step-father that raised him: Henry Carroll and his brother: William Tatum.Funeral services will be conducted Friday, March 17, 2017, at 1:00 pm, by Rev. Mike Jones at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Full military rites and interment will be conducted by the Honor Guard of the Vevay American Legion Post #185 and the Vevay VFW Post #5396 in the Indiana Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Madison, Indiana.Friends may call 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Friday, March 17, 2017, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Memorial contributions may be made to the Mr. Steven Edward “Steve” Tatum Memorial Fund % Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home. Cards are available at the funeral home.
(REUTERS) – English Premier League clubs voted against continuing to allow the use of five substitutes in each game next season at their annual general meeting (AGM) on Thursday.Clubs were allowed to increase the number of substitutes from three per match in the 2019-20 campaign when the league restarted in June, after a three-month hiatus due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.Teams will revert to using up to three substitutes per match in the 2020-21 campaign, with a maximum of seven substitutes on the bench, the league said here in a statement. Soccer’s rule-making body IFAB, in May, changed the rules governing the maximum number of substitutes, looking to help teams battling possible fixture congestion as they tried to complete the season in a short period of time.The IFAB said last month that teams could continue to use up to five substitutes next season, but left it up to individual federations and leagues to decide if they wanted to adopt the rule.The Premier League added that clubs had also unanimously agreed to implement global soccer governing body FIFA’s guidelines on the implementation of video-assistant referees (VAR). The most significant change is likely to be an increased use of pitchside monitors by the on-field referee. Under the current VAR system in England all video reviews are made at the league’s VAR hub at Stockley Park.VAR was a source of significant controversy in England’s top-flight this season, with decisions to disallow goals for players being marginally offside coming in for especially harsh criticism.There is some variation in how VAR is used in different countries, and FIFA last month took over responsibility for the system from the IFAB.FIFA wants to institute a uniform approach to VAR across countries and competitions, so that the laws of the game are implemented in the same way across the world.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Amid one of its worst stretches in recent years and only days removed from its worst-ever Carrier Dome loss, Syracuse (7-5) will look to avoid another humiliating nonconference loss against Cornell (3-8) on Tuesday night in the Carrier Dome. The Big Red lost by four to Colgate, a team SU blew out by 28 points in the season opener, and have lost three of four. But Syracuse, which begins Atlantic Coast Conference play next week, has dropped five of its last eight.Our beat writers explain below how they think Tuesday’s matchup between in-state foes will unfold.Connor Grossman (7-5)Point of no returnSyracuse 81, Cornell 55If Syracuse was a car on the highway, it’s pulling off for a final rest stop. It’s the last one for the next three months. What should have been a relatively smooth drive up to this point has been anything but that, and SU is now left with one cushy opponent before conference play begins. Running the numbers on inferior opponents has proved senseless up to this point. That’s because we don’t know which Syracuse team is going to show up: The one that trounces weak teams by 30 or the one that gets bullied by the same margin. SU should win on Tuesday. But if nothing else, we’ve learned that means nothing.Matt Schneidman (8-4)Calm before the stormSyracuse 78, Cornell 58AdvertisementThis is placeholder textI’m not going to dive into stats or analytics since, well, Syracuse has showed those clearly don’t matter in determining the outcome of a game. St. John’s had no business beating the Orange, let alone by 33, but this SU team has defied logic when predicting these games. So this prediction will go as so: Syracuse will dominate Cornell because it should, not because the Big Red turns the ball over a certain number of times or because Cornell shoots a certain percentage from beyond the arc compared to from 2-point range. Cornell is 3-8 and that’s even worse than St. John’s coming in, so enjoy the New Year with a Syracuse win before it gets ugly.Paul Schwedelson (8-4)The last giftSyracuse 79, Cornell 61The Orange can’t afford to lose another game before conference play begins, but SU won’t have to worry against Cornell. Syracuse should cruise in the second half as the stress meter drops to the lowest it will be the rest of the season. Eleven of the ACC’s 15 teams have winning percentages above .800 and the Orange will be scrapping for wins over the next two months. That is, after SU blows out the Big Red, a team that doesn’t have a player averaging more than 5.3 boards per game and a team that ranks 340th in the country in height, per Kenpom.com. Comments Published on December 26, 2016 at 3:51 pm