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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 2002

4 October 30, 2002 Campus Life The Rambler Legendary ghosts repordedly roam through campus Whitney Fowler CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR As the source for a multi- tude of intriguing legends, Texas Wesleyan University has passed on the curious stories of mystery from generation to generation. The collection of Wesleyan ghost stories has been recorded in a documentary produced by the Fort Worth Independent School District. The school dis- trict in 2000 filmed Jim Anderson, employed with the Texas Wesleyan facilities depart- ment, as he delivered an inform- ative ghost story tour of the campus. In the documentary, Anderson recounts his first daunting encounter taking place in Dan Waggoner Hall, the School of Education building, which was remodeled in 1999. "At the time I worked for the maintenance department, and it was my first day on the job," Anderson explained. "[I was] told to unlock the building IP"" unlock the lower level for the first floor and then go to the sec- ond floor and unlock the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 2002

The Rambler Sports October 30, 2002 5 Volleyball teammates receive conference awards Marc Nettles EDITOR IN CHIEF The trend continues for Wesleyan athletics this year. This time the new tradition was carried on by two Lady Rams volleyball players. Cortney Johansen, a sophomore from Colleyville, and Rachel Loftin, a freshman from Joshua, each earned Red River Athletic Conference honors on Oct. 21 for games played during the dates of Oct. 14-20. The tandem helped lift the team to a 3-1 record for the week with their outstanding performances. Johansen was awarded Red River Athletic Conference Setter of the Week because of her remarkable num- bers. Johansen recorded two matches with 14.3 assists per game in victories against University of Texas- Permian Basin and College of the Southwest. She was also the owner of 11 assists per game in a three-game Photo by Faith Beverly Johansen received Red River Conference Setter of the Week. win over Paul Quinn College. Johansen had major offensive...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 2002

6 October 30, 2002 Sports The Rambler Wesleyan Table Tennis decisively defeats highly ranked Team Houston Nathan Mutchler STAFF WRITER The Texas Wesleyan table tennis team had its first home competition of the 2002 season Sunday against Team Houston. The team coasted to victory, winning four games to one. The Texas Wesleyan table tennis team competed with three varsity team members and one junior varsity member. Team Houston consisted of three members, all ranked in the top 25 of the United States. The opening match was played by Texas Wesleyan's Eric Owens and Team Houston's Victor Subonj. Owens, ranked number three in the United States, defeated num- ber nine ranked Subonj three games to two. David Wang, Texas Wesleyan freshman, defeated Team Houston's Darko Rop in the second match. Wang, who is ranked number 27, easily defeated tenth-ranked Rop in three straight games. The next match went to Team Houston's Niraj Oak. Oak defeated Texas Wesleyan's junior varsity team member Russel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 2002

The Rambler Odds 'n Ends October 30, 2002 7 Campus Comments What are you doing for Halloween? Nathan Roberts Senior English ''Well, my costume can be described in three words: pretty, pretty princess." Matt Putman Freshman Business "Taking John Scott's girlfriend trick- or-treating." B.J. Godby Freshman Political Science 'Sitting at the bar, and putting out the vibes!" Binta Dosso Freshman Undecided M < % $ ..I* i Maybe 111 just stay on campus.' James Haney Freshman Pre-1, aw 'Desecrating some campus property?' Eddy Wolfe Freshman Math 'I think I'm going to a pajama party.' Photos by James llancy ACROSS 1 2002 PGA champ Rich 5 Violinist's need 8 Will—wisp 12 Mater preceder 13 One of the Gershwins 14 Restaurateur Toots 15 Ride a wind- jammer 16 Pennsylvania campus 18 Whole 20 Fishing nets 21 Money 23 Diving bird 24 California campus 28 Fallacy 31 Intention 32 Superman comparison 34 Eggs 35 Squad 37 New York campus 39 Fix, as in "Quiz Show" 41 Walkman manufacturer 42 Piano style 45...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 2002

8 October 30, 2002 Entertainment The Rambler Jazz Ensembles raise the roof on a rainy night Cleophus L. Young ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Martin Hall was the place to be Oct. 24 for an evening of lively jazz performed by two ensembles from Texas Wesleyan's Music Department. A night that started out with drizzling rain and slick streets didn't stop a dedicated few from getting their first glimpse of what Texas Wesleyan had to offer in jazz. The wait was only a few minutes for the evening to start, as Jazz Ensemble Two began. The group start- ed out a little shaky but didn't take long to work the butterflies out. Directed by the department's Lee Tomboulian, who was also part comedian, settled the troops down so they could get down to business. Ensemble Two continued with classics including Duke Ellington's Take the A Train, Miles Davis' Freddie Free Loader, and other hits, including Killer Joe, On Green Dolphin Street, Daahoud, In a Sentimental Mood, and Down By the Riverside. The tunes set ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 2002

to : <\ The TEXAS WESLEYAN OCT 0 6 2003 bier November 6, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 88, No. 4 News Briefs Charging Back! The Wesleyan Rams Basketball 4eams are Charging Back on Nov. 11. Events are scheduled all day for students and facul- ty The Lady Rams game is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. The Rams Men's bas- ketball game starts at 7:30 p.m. after the Lady Rams game. For more information, contact the Department of Athletics at (817) 531- 4210, or check out their new Web page at: www.ramsports.net. Priority Registration Priority registration for the spring semester and May term will be held Nov. 12-15. Open registration will be held Nov. 18-Dec. 6. For more information contact the Registrar's Office at (817) 531-4414. Charley Wooten Grant Wesleyan received a check for $8,300 from Texas Guaranteed for the Charley Wootan Grant. According to the Financial Aid Office, they were excited to be awarded the grant because it will allow them to help students who are really in need. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 2002

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 2002

The Rambler Opinions November 6, 2002 3 Hip-hop community mourns the loss of a legend On Oct. 30 the hip-hop community lost a legend. Jam Master Jay, born Jason Mizell of Hollis, Queens, was a founding member of the pioneering rap group, Run DMC. Jam Master Jay served as the DJ to the rap group, providing background mixing and scratching. The 37-year-old disc jockey was shot in the head and died in a New York recording studio in the very same neighborhood in which he grew up. Run DMC came at a time when rap was not fully embraced. In the early 80s, hip-hop was just beginning to gain notoriety. Artists such as Davey D and Kurtis Blow started to build a strong base, but it was Run DMC that brought hip-hop into the mainstream. Run DMC used heavy metal instrumentals with a Levi Walls hard bass drum beat, and it was Jam Master Jay who mixed these beats together. It was this in-your-face style that drove the album "King Of Rock" to the top of the charts and established them as the biggest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 2002

4 November 6, 2002 Campus Life The Rambler Consistency is key in pursuit of career, Clark says Faith Beverly PHOTO EDITOR Early during her graduate school days, Wesleyan biology professor Dr. Mary Anne Clark recalls that Russian bomb tests were conducted week- ly, making her won- der whether she should bother getting her advanced degree. "I decided to fin- ish just in case they didn't blow up the world," she recalls, chuckling. Clark was bom in Port Angeles, Wash., the same week Hitler invaded Poland. An "Army brat," Clark has had the opportu- nity to live in Japan and Germany. However, she claims the west and east coasts of the United States as her favorite places to live for their nearness to the ocean. Clark's siblings are in Texas — a brother in San Angelo and a sister in EI Paso — and her hus- band of three years is at home. As a child she never left the library. "I started with the A's and worked my way through the Z's. Getting a library card was an exciting event." Clark desc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 2002

The Rambler Sj2orts November 6, 2002 5 Wesleyan men's basketball team poised and ready for season opener Marc Nettles EDITOR IN CHIEF The Wesleyan men's basket- ball team is coming off a record- setting season last year. This year's team is looking to improve upon that wonderful year starting with their first game on Nov. 7 against Mid- America University in Oklahoma. This year's squad, however, is completely different both in their style of play and personnel, with the exception of the sole returning member of last year's United States Collegiate Athletics Association Elite Eight team, senior guard Aaron Whaley. According to Waldrop, this year's squad is not used to play- ing together just yet, but they are congealing more and more as a team each day in practice. "There are no defined superstars on this team, but instead, there is a great group of pure athletes who will fill necessary roles extraordinarily well," said a stu- dent assistant for the team, "it will not surprise me if ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 2002

6 November 6, 2002 Sports The Rambler Another Wesleyan athlete wins conference honor Marc Nettles EDITOR IN CHIEF The Red River Athletic Conference has recognized yet another Wesleyan ath- lete for outstanding play. Surprise! It's a volleyball player. For the fourth time total, a Wesleyan volleyball player received Red River Conference honors for their play for the week. Leighann Krey, an outside hitter, won conference co-Player of the Week for the second time this season. Krey's terrific play helped lead the Lady Rams to a 2-1 week, in which the team only lost to fifth- ranked Houston Baptist University. During that week, she was able to post some rather impressive numbers. Krey rang up 44 kills in 75 total attacks on the week. These numbers cal- culated into a hitting percentage of .440. She had a near mistake-free week of play by only committing 11 errors. Against Houston Baptist, she registered 20 kills. "HBU was a huge game for us...we all had to play well together." "Everyone ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 2002

The Rambler Odds 'n' Ends November 6, 2002 7 Campus Comments Where is the best place to find a date? Ken Webb Graduate Student Nurse Anesthesia 'On a church youth group trip. Chris Martin Senior Business At the local high school. BJ Godby Freshman Pre-Law 'Grand Saline, Texas - Just ask John Scott." ■ r * i LeAnn Wright Junior Middle School (Scieuce) "The best way to find a date is not to look for one." Tiffany Porterfield Sophomore MIS 'At work." Thomasina Delancy Senior Economics/ Finance 'At a party.' Photos by Faith Beverly ACROSS 1 Calf-length dress 5 Symbol of intrigue 8 Put together 12 New Yorfc lake or county 14 Shake- speare s river 15 Tile game 16 Kactima wor- shipper 17 Last (Abbr.) 18 Turned the soil 20 Not together 23 Stead 24 Long-beloved TV star 25 Of the liver 28 Parisian pal 29 Done on a loom 30 Prompt 32 Looks up to 34 Titanic trou- blemaker 35 Basilica area 36 Wild West show 37 Giggler's com- ment 40 Court 41 Drag a load 42 Variety of hardwood 47 Farm fraction 48 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 2002

8 November 6, 2002 Entertainment The Rambler Theatre Department to present Merry Wives of Windsor this month Cleophus L. Young ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Queen Elizabeth, after falling in love with the char- acter Falstaff in William Shakespeare's historical drama Henry IV, commissioned the play The Merry Wives of Windsor. This put Shakespeare in the peculiar position of presenting a play of quality to the queen on short notice. Rumor has it that Shakespeare, in response to the royal request, put this play together overnight. Texas Wesleyan's Theatre Department, under the direction of Lindy Benton-Muller, would like to capture the haphazard spirit of this legendary theatrical impromptu in Texas Wesleyan University's upcoming production of The Merry Wives Of Windsor. Benton- Muller hopes to embrace both the farcical elements of Shakespeare's play and the comic potential of a rag-tag band of locals attempting to put on a show for the monarch. Does the Queen arrive? Can they pull the show of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 2002

(cx) The TEXAS WESLEYAN OCT 0 8 2003 bier November 13, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 88, No. 5 News Briefs Christians on Campus Christians from all denominations and walks of life, will meet on Nov. 13 at 1:30 p.m. in the ori- entation room of the library to discuss God on the cam- pus of Wesleyan. For more information about it, send an e-mail to fwelta@yahoo.com. Practice LSAT Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity is hosting a practice LSAT at 9 a.m. on Nov. 16 in the Science Lecture Theater located in the McFadden building. The practice exaim is free for all Phi Alpha Delta members and $5 for all non-members. For more information call (817) 877-0024. Opera Workshop The Department of Music presents two Christmas Operas. They will be performed Nov. 18- 19 in Martin Hall at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public. International Festival Students from around the world in the Intensive English Department are hosting an International Festival on Nov. 21 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 2002

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 2002

The Rambler Opinions November 13, 2002 3 Can I get an Amen and some space? I'm walking, I'm talking, I'm laughing, I'm being bum- rushed by a "flyer pusher?" That's right, I said "flyer pusher," and one with a purpose at that. If you've ever walked the streets of downtown Fort Worth after dark on the weekends, then you know exactly what I'm talking about. I believe a more creative term for these enthusiasts would be "witnesses to the word." They're out to spread the word of God, and they're not going to be the least bit shy about it, not to mention a tad bit pushy. I'm not going to lie and say my behind is the first one in the pew every Sunday, but I am a believer in God. Even as I say this, not even the great defense attorney, Johnny Cochran could plead my case. When it comes to the flyer mob, nobody has a prayer. These guys run up to you talking about being saved, but it seems like it never occurs to them that you could already be saved. It's like they've got this notion stuck in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 2002

4 November 13, 2002 Campus Life The Rambler Intensive English students prepare for International Day Whitney Fowler CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR Texas Wesleyan's Intensive English students representing countries such as Vietnam, Korea, Venezuela, Japan and Mexico are preparing for an open house event during the uni- versity's annual International Festival. The Nov. 21 open house will launch the fes- tivities taking place dur- ing International Week, Nov. 18-23. "This is an opportuni- ty for the international students who are new to the U.S. to practice their English and share aspects of their culture with the university community," said Rebecca Lommel, director of the Intensive English Language Program. "Among other things, students will be preparing typi- cal foods from their countries, so tastes of these delicious home- cooked dishes will be available to those who attend this event. Entertainment, such as typical danccs, will be offered as well." The Intensive English stu- dents, a diverse ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 2002

The Rambler Campus Life November 13, 2002 5 Rams come Charging Back! to NAIA athletics with campus events Whitney Fowler CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR 1W Jp# - Photo by Faith Beverly Midday Madness featured a table tennis match in the SUB. Hot dogs and Powerade were the featured attractions at Midday Madness during the Nov. 11 Charging Back! events cele- brating Texas Wesleyan's first home basketball games as members of the NAIA. The festivi- ties started with the introduction of all the Wesleyan athletic teams, fol- lowed by a table tennis exhibition between Coach Christian Lillieroos and student David Wang, which was the high- light of the event. Lillieroos explained the basics of table tennis while he and Wang demonstrated how to play. Wesleyan Rams' Charging Back! events entertained fans at halftime during the first men's and women's bas- ketball games of the season. Ram Slam, a free-throw contest, took the court at halftime during the ladies' game. Six volunteer contest- ants were picked ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 2002

6 November 13, 2002 Sports The Rambler First men's home basketball game full of great play and surprises James Haney SPORTS EDITOR After acquiring a taste for victory, compliments of the Wesleyan women's basketball team, fans remained packed into the Sid Richardson gymnasium in support and anticipation of the first men's home basketball game of this year's sea- son against Southwestern Oklahoma Christian University. Parking spaces disappeared and a bird's-eye view revealed no unoccupied bleacher on the home side of the court. So many fans came to support the Rams that some were even forced to stand along the walls to watch the game. The team had no intention of disap- pointing the massive audience. They put on a show filled with fast pace, aggres- sive play on both sides of the court. Unlike the women's team, the game began in the favor of the Southwestern Eagles. However, their success was short lived. The Rams soon took the lead and seemed to steadily increase the margin, but the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 2002

The Rambler Odds 'n' Ends November 13, 2002 7 Campus Comments What improvements should Texas Wesleyan make? Brett Hudson Senior Math "The university should make school spirited merchandise available at places other than the bookstore in order to have better public visibility." Nellie Lucano Senior International Business "More student involvement in school spirit." Chris Tong Senior Biochemistry improve facilities in the science lab. For example, the stock room needs proper ventilation." Jeremiah Thomas Graduate in Education "Better dorms and more students liv- ing on campus." Kat Williams Junior History 'Having independent buildings for each major." Nicky Davis Sophomore International Business An on campus ATM machine. Pbotos by Faith Beverly Trachte | NOW WHERE CHD THkT p \OTHEfl LITTLE NUT 60?£) MAGIC MAZE • MUPPETS B V S P N K 1 FDCAXVSQ O L J H E IT CBRAXVTRP N L J H F w DBOYXYVTT R P O M K E 1 R F B G N G E 1 D B Z X H E EWFGONZOM UTRQ 1 T ONI F L U J I R RIZZO U EPLLGBFEE D C ...

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