As we approach this holiday season and find ourselves giving thanks for so many blessings, it is important to remember those families in the Philippines that recently were devastated by Typhoon Haiyan (also known as Yolanda).
A profitable visit in December 2012 to lead an ITTF/PTT Level One Course followed by Course Conductor Training, the much travelled Richard McAfee from the United States made a recent return to Singapore.
1984: Sue Butler’s “Ping-Pong Diplomacy III and IV.” Play in China and India. Americans in Italy and Germany. Former ITTF President Ivor Montagu is Dead.
The N&GC puts forth Ross Brown and Jim McQueen to stand for the At Large Board seat through the USATT general election process.
The purpose of the Camps is to bring together youth who have the potential to be community leaders in the field of sport for development.
1984: Dan Seemiller/Connie Sweeris Duneland Champions. 1984: November Tournaments.
The Men and Women’s National Teams will consist of four athletes each, with the exception of the teams sent to compete at the World Championships
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1984: E.C. Preoccupations.
Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce honors Olympian, Bay Area sports organizer
32 top cadets around the world competed in the tournament.
1984: Sept.-Oct. Tournaments (Dan Seemiller Wins His Eighth Nissen Open).
Deadline to receive the bids is: December 15, 2013.
"Because the celluloid ball has been with us for a very long time (~100 years) there is a feeling of security and complacency that accompanies it.
1984: Sue Butler’s “Ping-Pong Diplomacy I and II.” Danny Seemiller at the World Cup. Canadians at the World University Championships. Bundesliga Format and Teams. Brian Eisner and Mike Bush on Training. Eric Boggan’s Bundesliga Debut for his Steinhagen team.