Dallas Hollin Sr, age 75 passed away Saturday, June 11, 2016 at his home in Delaware, IN. Born October 26, 1940 in Clay Co., KY he was the son of Elbert & Lucinda (Henson) Hollin.Dallas worked at sawmills and was a master sawer. He has worked at Hope Lumber Comp. as a truck driver hauling chips, in Greensburg at Mitchell Veneer and lastly in Whitesburg, KY.Dallas’ family reflected that he was a “hard working man”, as many would remember him jokingly saying so, but he truly did work hard to provide for his family. He was a wonderful father who always put his children first. He loved his family. He was a man of his word. If he told you something, you could count on it being the truth. He loved to go squirrel hunting and fishing. He loved the outdoors. Mowing grass was one of his favorite past-times. He liked to keep his yard looking nice and was proud of his home. Dallas was a big man with a big heart and we are proud that he is our father.Dallas is survived by his children Jeff Hollin, Grant Hollin (Lisa), Mary Redd, Amanda Griffin (David), Brian Hollin (Ashley), Travis Hollin (Lisa) and Teresa Medeiros (Ralph). He will also be missed by his 22 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, sisters Stella Olvey (Frank), Eunice Meyer (Wally) & Loretta Hubbard (Robert) along with his brothers-in law Maynard Smith & Harold Koors.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son Dallas Hollin Jr. and sisters Betty Smith & Janet Koors.Visitation will be Tuesday, June 14, 2016 from 1:00pm – 3:00pm followed by services at 3:00pm at Meyers Funeral Home, Batesville, IN with Rev. David Johnston officiating. Burial will follow services in Rossburg Cemetery in New Point, IN. Memorials are suggested to A.L. S. c/o Meyers Funeral Home, P.O. Box 202, Batesville, IN 47006. Online condolences at www.meyersfuneralhomes.com
Kyle Walker stabbed the ball into his own net in the 22nd minute to hand Louis van Gaal’s new-look United side a 1-0 win in the first match of the campaign. United boss Van Gaal handed debuts to five players in all, including Sergio Romero, who started in goal after Van Gaal claimed De Gea was not able to focus on his game following interest from Real Madrid. David de Gea watched from the stands as Manchester United kicked off the Premier League season with a narrow yet comfortable win over Tottenham at Old Trafford. A few minutes later, Walker was left red-faced as he put United ahead. United countered through Juan Mata and Depay after Nabil Bentaleb’s mis-placed pass. The Dutchman found Young and he squared to Rooney. As the captain readied himself for the shot, Walker did the job for him, nudging the ball past Michel Vorm, who was deputising for the injured Hugo Lloris in the away goal. United dominated for the rest of the first half, but could not double their lead despite efforts from Mata and the impressive Depay. The game hit a lull after the break. Depay twisted and turned on the edge of the box before shooting over. Romero calmly collected a dangerous free-kick from Eriksen, but otherwise Spurs looked toothless in attack. Kane, isolated on his own up front, barely had any time on the ball. Bastian Schweinsteiger was given a huge reception when he came off the bench to make his first appearance for United, and soon entered the book for tripping Nacer Chadli. Wayne Rooney tried – and failed – to score with an acrobatic effort 17 minutes from time and Young squirmed a low shot into Vorm’s arms as United pushed for a second. In the dying stages Tottenham launched a series of attacks, but Romero saved their best effort from Eriksen and Van Gaal’s men held on to record a welcome home win. TWEET OF THE MATCH “Thank you very much. Let’s win the match….” Gary Neville @GNev2, responding to Manchester United announcing their players will wear black armbands in memory of his father. https://twitter.com/GNev2/status/629970114004258816 PLAYER RATINGS Manchester United: Sergio Romero: 7 (out of 10) Matteo Darmian: 7 Chris Smalling: 7 Daley Blind: 6 Luke Shaw: 6 Morgan Schneiderlin: 7 Michael Carrick: 7 Memphis Depay: 8 Ashley Young: 7 Juan Mata: 7 Wayne Rooney: 6 Subs: Bastian Schweinsteiger: 6 Ander Herrera: 6 Antonio Valencia: 5 Tottenham: Michel Vorm: 6 Kyle Walker: 5 Toby Alderweireld: 5 Jan Vertonghen: 5 Ben Davies: 5 Eric Dier: 4 Nabil Bentaleb: 4 Mousa Dembele: 5 Christian Eriksen: 7 Nacer Chadli: 6 Harry Kane: 6 Subs: Ryan Mason: 6 Erik Lamela: 5 Dele Alli: 5 STAR PLAYER Memphis Depay: A joy to watch, particularly in the first half. United have wasted so much money over the last couple of years, but at £25million, Depay looks a shrewd investment. The pacy forward, playing as a number 10, always looked for the ball and was not scared of attempting a trick or running at defenders – exactly the kind of player the home fans at Old Trafford like to see. MOMENT OF THE MATCH Kyle Walker’s own goal: Unfortunate for the right-back, who until that point was playing well. The Spurs defender raced back to try to cut out a United counter and put his foot in to block Wayne Rooney, but instead stabbed the ball past Michel Vorm. Harsh on the player, who has endured a difficult time recently due to injuries. VIEW FROM THE BENCH United manager Louis van Gaal has an embarrassment of riches to choose from compared to his opposite number Mauricio Pochettino and it showed. Adnan Januzaj and three-time Champions League winner Victor Valdes did not even make the bench. United looked more organised than Spurs in all departments. There was no way Pochettino could out-master Van Gaal on Saturday – he is three or four players short of a good team and Tottenham need to act fast in the transfer window. MOAN OF THE MATCH Mauricio Pochettino: For his team selection, principally regarding Eric Dier. The Argentinian played Dier as one of two holding midfielders even though Ryan Mason was deemed fit enough for a place on the bench. Dier has played in that role for Spurs in the last five games now and he is clearly not comfortable there. He spent last year filling in at right-back and now he has been shoved into midfield. WHO’S UP NEXT Aston Villa v Manchester United (Premier League, Friday 14 August) Tottenham v Stoke (Premier League, Saturday 15 August) Tottenham manager Pochettino, who threw down his water bottle in frustration when United scored, admitted going 1-0 down affected his side but he still felt they should have taken something from the game. “It was difficult to keep the same level and play in the same way, but in the second half I think we dominated … I think we deserved more but this is football,” he told BT Sport 1. His opposite number Van Gaal, who turned 64 on Saturday, was pleased that goalkeeper Romero kept a clean sheet on debut, but remained tight-lipped over De Gea’s future. When asked if the problem was Real Madrid not meeting United’s valuation of the Spaniard, Van Gaal said: “I don’t want to interfere in that because it’s not the place and I think it’s none of your business neither.” Press Association The Spaniard watched on from the directors’ box as Memphis Depay made an impressive debut. The Dutchman played a key part in the counter that led to the United goal, which came when Walker accidentally prodded the ball in as Wayne Rooney prepared to shoot. Although the margin of victory was narrow, United barely looked in trouble, thanks mainly to Tottenham’s lack of a drive in midfield, which left Harry Kane starved of service up front. United were wearing a new kit, Old Trafford sported a new adidas logo in the stands and four new signings were named in the starting XI. But the hosts’ performance in the opening stages was very much reminiscent of the old United side who struggled at the start of last season. Defensively, United looked rusty and despite playing two midweek friendlies in Germany, Spurs were full of energy early on. Christian Eriksen brushed aside Matteo Darmian and Daley Blind, who was played at centre-half, to latch on to Kane’s chip, but the Dane lifted his shot over Romero on to the roof of the net. Romero, like his defenders, looked tense on debut. The Argentinian, who joined United on a free transfer less than two weeks ago, caused a couple of hairy moments with sloppy passes early on, but then put a crucial block in on Walker.
Chiefs owner says team was aware of alleged Kareem Hunt nightclub attack Andy Reid says Tyreek Hill told him he wasn’t coming out of the game, even with all his injuries.”He loves to play, that little joker”— Brooke Pryor (@bepryor) December 9, 2018NFL insider Adam Schefter reported that Hill’s injury was “nothing serious” the following Monday. His sources inform him that the speedster will be considered “day to day” moving forward.A further examination of the foot injury that Chiefs’ WR Tyreek Hill sustained Sunday showed “nothing serious” and he now will be considered “day to day”, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 10, 2018Although Hill had eight receptions for 139 yards, including a crucial 48-yard catch on a late fourth-down play, he has only three days to get game-ready for a critical AFC West showdown Thursday against the Chargers. Related News Melvin Gordon injury update: Chargers RB reportedly could return vs. Chiefs He enters that game as the NFL’s second-leading receiver with 1,258 yards on 74 catches with 11 touchdowns. With leading rusher Kareem Hunt gone and fellow receiver Sammy Watkins (foot) sidelined, Hill is a focal point of the Chiefs attack.If he’s not 100 percent, then the onus falls on tight end Travis Kelce (86 catches, 1,159 yards, 10 TDs) to step up as Patrick Mahomes’ go-to target. Chris Conley will need to be more involved, and newly signed Kelvin Benjamin is an alternative, too.The Chiefs (11-2) hold a one-game lead over the Chargers (10-3) in the AFC West going into Thursday’s game in Kansas City. Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill, who returned to Sunday’s game against the Ravens after leaving early with a heel injury, wasn’t sure after the game what the prognosis was heading into a short week.“My foot’s bad,” Hill said after the overtime victory (via NBC Sports).