Patrick Tatham

Patrick Tatham is a Canadian basketball coach and former professional basketball player working as the head coach of the McMaster Marauders. After playing at Chinguacousy Secondary School in Brampton, Tatham enrolled at Cleveland State University. During his four-year stint with the Cleveland State Vikings men's basketball, he appeared in 101 games, averaging 6.4 points and 5.2 rebounds per contest. Upon graduation, Tatham played professional basketball overseas. In the 2007-08 season, he had a brief stint at Swiss club Sion Herens Basket. In January 2009, he signed with the Itzehoe Eagles of Germany, followed by stints in Qatar and Syria, he was a member of the Canadian Junior National Team from 2002 to 2004. Tatham served as head coach at Stoneridge Preparatory School in Simi Valley, California before joining the staff of the Ryerson University men’s basketball team. After serving as director of basketball operations, he moved to assistant coach and stayed on that job until 2015. Tatham was manager of Team Canada at the 2013 Universiade Games in Russia and the Canadian Junior Men’s National Team at the 2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Brazil.

In 2015-16, Tatham was the interim head coach at Ryerson, replacing Roy Rana who had taken a sabbatical. Tatham coached the Rams to a 17-2 regular season record and a first-place finish in the OUA, earning OUA Coach of the Year honours, he served as an assistant coach for the Maine Red Claws of the NBA Development League in 2016-17, while being on a professional development leave from his position with the Ryerson Rams. In May 2017, he was named head coach of McMaster University's men's basketball team, he is the brother of Tamara Tatham and Alisha Tatham

Wide Open Spaces (1947 film)

Wide Open Spaces is a 1947 Donald Duck short cartoon, produced by Walt Disney and directed by Jack King for Walt Disney Productions and RKO Radio Pictures. The short opens late at night in front of the "Hold-Up Motel" where Donald, exhausted and looking for a place where to sleep, pulls over to spend the night there; the motel owner informs him that all the beds are occupied and the only option he has is sleeping outside on the cot on the porch. Donald accepts, but before he can hop on the cot, the motel owner adds that it costs 16 dollars, causing Donald to overractingly refuse and tie the man's arm into a knot. In response to this, the motel owner kicks Donald sending him flying into his car. Donald finds a spot where to sleep on an air mattress. After struggling to get the mattress inflated, Donald gets ready to rest but is bothered by a rock underneath the mattress, he throws the rock away sending it up to a hill, where it causes a chain reaction that sends a huge boulder towards Donald, woken up and panics trying to escape on his car.

The boulder crushes him against a tree and Donald's vehicle is turned into a 1910s Ford Model T like wreck. Donald falls asleep, but as he snores, the mattress balloons putting Donald on a vertical position sustained by his opening and closing beak, which leads Donald over a cliff and into the river below. Donald continues to slumber underwater next to a large sleeping fish that aspires Donald's head near its jaws each time it inhales. Donald realizes where he is only when he and the fish struggle for the blanket and swims back to shore, much to the fish's astonishment; the springy branch of a nearby pine tree bothers Donald in his sleep and is smacked back by it when he tries to shove it away. Angered, Donald fixes a dry tree branch under the pine's branch to keep it away; as Donald sleeps, his exhalations make the dry tree branch lose hold on the pine's branch, causing it to hit the pump and wobble up and down with the handle, pumping fast and strongly. This causes Donald's mattress to get excessively inflated until it dispatches and takes off, deflating away while Donald continues to sleep.

As the mattress deflates in mind-air, it propels all the way back to the Hold-Up Motel landing right on its porch's cot. The owner comes out, believing that Donald has spent the entire night on the cot, asks him the 16 dollars, which Donald absently gives. Right after paying, the time for using the cot expires and so the motel owner shoves Donald out of the porch making him lie down on a cactus. Despite that, Donald keeps sleeping. Direction – Jack King Animation – Don Towsley, Paul Allen, Emery Hawkins, Sandy Strother Story – MacDonald MacPherson, Jack Huber Voices – Clarence Nash, Billy Bletcher Music – Oliver Wallace Layout – Don Griffith Background – Howard Dunn Wide Open Spaces on IMDb Wide Open Spaces on YouTube