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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

12 November 16, 2005 The University News Sports Would you want Terrell Owens by NickTammaro CONTRIBUTING WRITER" What a mess. That is the only way to describe the situation that is swirling in both Philadelphia and throughout the NFL in the wake of the Terrell Owens saga. The Eagles were forced to take a very hard line with Owens last week and are sticking to their guns even after a very passionate apology from the much-ma- ligned wide receiver. With athletes seemingly receiving a bad name at every corner, between Indiana Pacers guard Ron Artest and the rest of the "we like to beat up on fans" brigade, base- ball reliever Ugueth Urbina, who will soon undergo a trial for attempted murder in his native Venezuela, and now Owens, it seems like athletes can do no right. It begs the question in my mind: Are these high pro- file, high-strung, high-risk athletes worth it? I think you can make a good case either way, so I'll highlight what I think must be taken into consideration when making...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

The University News November 16, 2005 13 Sports he di erence between hot-dogs and sports by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDITOR Ever turn on ESPN or Fox Sports and wonder how what's being shown is a sport. At any given time you can turn on a sports network and see any- thing from baseball to poker, soccer to pool, or basketball to professional eating. I interviewed four people before writing this. First, asked them to give me their definition of sport. Then I listed eleven different activi- ties and asked them whether or not each activity was a sport. Finally, I asked them to list the top three sports that best exemplify the definition of the word. All four of the people I inter- viewed agreed on the defini- tion that sport is a competitive activity that showcases both physical and mental ability. Next I asked each person to answer yes this is a sport or, no this is not a sport to the follow- ing list: basketball, football, baseball, soccer, pool, tennis, ping-pong, NASCAR, golf, pro- fessi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

14 November 16, 2005 The University News Sports Lady Crusaders end season with high spirits by Madeline Brink CONTRIBUTING WRITER [his weekend marked the fi- nal game of the post-season for the women's soccer team. They made it to the NCAA Division III National Tournament, and played Trinity University of San Antonio, Texas in the first round of the tournament. The game was dominated by Trin- ity, but UD played well, with strong defense, holding Trinity to only two well-executed goals. UD's women came close to ty- ing the game in the second half off of a long shot from senior Bree Whitney, but the bullet of a shot was just a tiny bit too high, hitting the top cross bar and running out of bounds across the other side line. Coach Duffy told the girls after the game, "I'm really proud of you. Who thought we would even get here this year? You've played great and made this probably my best year coaching." Thanks, coach, you kept this year lively too! Among the seniors, the con- sensus wa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

The University News November 16, 2005 15 Sports Crusaders finish record-setting season 11 -4-1 by Mike Hasson and Brandon Kenney CONTRIBUTING WRITERS The University of Dallas Men's soccer team had a record-setting season in 2005- Showcasing ex- emplary leadership and great team chemistry, the men were able to put together one of the best soc- cer teams that the university has seen in the program's history with a 11-4-1 record. Although the season had few home games, the men were able to stake their claim to their home turf with an undefeated home winning streak, shutting out all four op- ponents on Crusader Field. After a slow start with an unimpressive 2-2-1 record, the men went 9-2 the rest of the season. Each of the four losses was within one goal of their opponents; every win except one was won by a goal differential of at least three goals. Throughout the 2005 cam- paign, the Crusaders displayed a knack for highlight-reel goals, beginning with Stuart Brown's running volley in t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

November 16, 2005 The University News Commentary LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY^ BUNDALS $ To: ieremvspoke@gmail.com From: chutnevbundals@vahoo.com Jeremy— Well, they managed to bungle a Bundals again, the UD News that is, or rather, the UD Confused. I wrote in a little commentary about the Arbor Club, which I belong to, since the paper never deems all the hard work we do for the campus plant life newsworthy Instead, the commentary pages are filled with the random musings of a fictional student, Parsley Shuttlecock. At least, I hope he's fictional. I would feel awful if they were publishing an actual persons e-mails to his friend in the paper. I can't imagine what people would think if they read my letters to you. Would n't that be awful? At any rate, they published my article (without the pictures I provided of my club's most recent Save-a- Shrub-Saturday), and put down the author as Chitny Bundles. I'm not sure why so many people have difficulty with my name. I know it's not a common name, ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

The University News November 16, 2005 17 Commentary Staff Editorial Twinkling lights descend from somewhere on high. Synthetic snow, crystalline and suffocating, sticks to anything stationary. Santa, snowmen, and reindeer creep, slide, and paw their way into our minds. Garland, wreaths, and assorted greenery cling to doors and posts. Look around and you will see that, indeed, Christmas season has begun. However, there is a problem. Walk into a store, department or grocery, and you will find red and green mingling with rem- nants of orange and black. Leftover candy corn waits neglected and unconsumed near jolly and hollow chocolate St. Nicks. Strands of lights, yet to be tangled, sit in fresh boxes where only weeks ago light-up Jack-O-Lanterns once shined brightly and toothless. Christmas cards, unlikely to be sent, bought out of impulse and the guilty transient no- tion that maybe this year will be the year that you reconnect with long and lost friends, line shelves. If only you had...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

November 16, 2005 The University News Commentary Letters to the Editor I am writing in response to Justin Lebon's letter which appeared in last week's newspaper. It is true that Tommy has tended to linger on relation- ship advice. But in his attack on Tommy, Lebon dumped in too many misrepresentations to suit my taste. First of all, it is hard for me to speak with any authority on the term "man-crush" since I have never run across it in any reputable lexicon. Perhaps Lebon possesses such a volume and has cited it correctly. I do know that the way I have always heard the term "man-crush" used within the UD community is utterly different than the manner in which Lebon uses it within his letter. I have never understood man-crush to mean "man seeks man" or to differ only from a regular crush in that it "longs for men, and not women." I have never heard anyone refer to a man-crush in tones of romantic endearment, but rather with respectful admiration. T.S. Eliot was my junior poet. And y...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

The University News November 16, 2005 19 Commentary Letters to the Editor Dear Editor: In response to the Meg Furey's Nov. 9 article on College Bowl, I must say that I was slightly offended at what this woman wrote about me and am certain that College Bowl in general was not the fun experience I was expecting. Furey says that, among the Les Poubelles team (which included captain Mark Landreneau, his sister Liz, Dave Heekan, and myself), "one member's antics could not be stopped. He found it fit to shout things like 'Oh, no you didn't' and 'Girl' while throwing up his hands and waving them as only few women I know do... I wondered if his theatrics were normal. I chose to believe that [they] were just some kind of strange way to psych out the opponent." She then said that these actions, plus "foul-mouthed curses," made that game "interesting." Well, ladies and gentlemen, I am that "one member" whom Furey is talking about. She doesn't mention me by name, but more than a few readers cou...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

20 November 16, 2005 The University News Back Page STAFF PICKS: I 'avorite T orst Places o Study ZZ7 i 1-4 salc couches These are very comfortable couches, but there is always the danger that someone is slumbering beneath the cushions. There is also the constant danger of getting in the way of very important and harried Student Government workers bustling about. 1capp bar TT& T 's 's supposed to be a study area, but nothing could be further from the truth. If you yourself are not in a group of people merely pretending to study, you are no further than three Inches from one who is. The cappuccino machine also sounds like it's a snarling monster of some sort. And just ask Dr. Fratantuono (lmfratan@owu.edu) about the ubiquitous crying children. II q space-age egg chairs ~H~f }) X*/°u s'* down in it either to eat or study when you realize it is pinching you. Then, you try to get out of it with great difficulty. These chairs seem (ike awful ideas of a well- intentioned Swedish design...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 11 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas November 23, 2005 University hosts Odyssey Weekend by Monica Tomutsa SWF WRITER About 80 prospective students attended the UD Admissions Office Odyssey Days this past weekend, which gave high school seniors the opportunity to spend a couple days living the life of a UD undergrad. This weekend was the second of five Odysseys hosted through- out the year, with two in the fall, two in the spring, and one in the summer. A number of prospective students interviewed for departmental and leadership scholarships during their visit. The event began Friday morn- ing and ran through Saturday afternoon. On Friday, prospects had the opportunity to sit in on classes, meet with admissions counselors, professors and stu- dent ambassadors, and tour the campus. A majority of the visitors spent Friday night in the residence halls with current UD undergrade. Saturday consisted of a student panel session that allowed the pros...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

2 November 23, 2005 The University News News /\/ EWS BRIEF ************ Alternative Spring Break University of Dallas Cam- pus Ministry is now accept- ing applications for its 2006 Alternative Spring Break in Pensacola, FL. The trip will center around the cleanup of the disaster left behind by Hurricanes Ivan and Den- nis. Please see Fr. Phillip in Campus Ministry for more information or contact him at: X5375 ppowell@udallas.edu "The king will reply, 7 tell you the truth, whatever you did for the least brothers of mine, you did for me. " - Mat- thew 25:40 THE UNIVERSITY NEWS will riot be publishing next week, due to the American festival known as Thanksgiving. We apologize for the absence of such quality reading material and will be pleased to return Dec. 7. Mm coffee 0 tea () espresso smoothies () chai (> bubble tea WI-FI HOT SPOT Tues-Fri 6:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Sat & Sun 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. MONDAY CLOSED $1.00 OFF your purchase of $3.50 or more, with this ad! 1041 W. Rochelle, I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

The University News November 23, 2005 3 News from Tennis on page 1 a couple of campus safety re- ports saying that people have been caught—I won't mention any names—trying to play tennis after hours. The courts are closed at 9 p.m. and people wanted to play at 10 p.m. so they just jumped the fence and played," Molano said. Molano's goal before gradu- ation is to establish "a club that encourages people to create their own teams that will eventually compete against each other on campus. The top two teams would then be sponsored by the UD Team Tennis club." Molano also believes that the club should continue to be run by students, but that ideally UD would have an official tennis team and club. "I think we should have both a club and a team if possible. A good club would eventually feed good players to the team and could be looked to if last minute emergency substitutions were needed due to an illness," Molano said. Although for the most part student and faculty response has been posit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

^^JNovember^3^00£^heJUn^^ News from Bands on page 1 campus. It was more weighted towards upper classmen because they've seen Mallapalooza in the past and they have an idea what that event has been and what it should look like," Gibson ex- plained. The prize for the winning band is a slot in the large music festival that takes place in the spring, Mallapalooza. Gibson is still uncertain whether this will or will not be a paid slot. The AstroFrancisAt- tempt, which consists of four UD seniors, Jorge Preble, David Winstead, JT Connelly and Fer- nando Barrera and UD graduate, Britan St. Onge took first place. The Folkers and Awk- ward Silence tied for sec- ond, and Gibson said that there is the possibility that either one or both bands will be invited to play at Mallapalooza. "I'm also in charge of planning Mallapalooza and what we do with the second place tie will re- flect the final Mallapaloo- za schedule, whether or not we can fit them in," said Gibson. Because Battle of the Bands m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

The University News November 23, 2005 News S( > gavel News from your Student Government: Senate: Student Government in- vites you to come Christmas caroling at the Northgate Plaza Nursing Home on Mon- day, December 7th at 7:00 PM. Come take advantage of this opportunity to bring the joy of Christmas to the elderly living at the nursing home. Contact Tommy Heyne at thevne@udalla edu if interested in helping. The Recycling Committee has been working on hav- ing a recycling bin placed in between Gorman and the Sci- ence Building. The bin will hopefully be installed around thanksgiving so that students will be able to recycle their paper products. & V SPUD: Congratulations to the Battle of the Bands winner . We look forward to hearing this talented band play again at Mallapalooza. Thanks to all of the other bands for their participation and great performances. TGIT t-shirts are still on sale for $6.00. Stop by the Student Government Office to pick up one of these awesome t-shirts...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

6 November 23, 2005 The University News Arts & Entertainment Harry ies But Doesn't Soar, 7alkStumbles, Ice Delights by FS MOVIE REVIEWER Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (wide release), the fourth installment in the popular series, is a good movie. It's just not as good as the last episode, Harry Potter and the Prisoner ofAzkaban. The plot focuses on a young wizard's tournament in which Harry, though not meeting the age requirement, is magically chosen to compete. And not only must he perform feats well beyond his years — outrunning dragons, battling underwater sprites and negotiating a fearsome maze — but in the end he has to face his revivified fam- ily enemy, the supremely wicked Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes). Unfortunately, though the picture provides lots of op- portunities for exciting action sequences, it doesn't make a great deal of sense since Voldemort's scheme seems needlessly complicated. Even worse, the final confronta- tion between him and Harry is far too remi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

The University News November 23, 2005 "J Arts & Entertainment : Oac Stwe by Sharon Salmon A&E EDITOR Winter is upon us, and the new season demands some new digs. Buffalo Exchange should be your first stop. Stocked with all your heart could desire (fash- ion wise, at least), from cowboy boots to funky bags to eclectic jewelry, those tiring all-day shop- ping excursions can be a thing of the past. Buffalo generally features "re- cycled fashion," i.e. used clothing, though they also provide pickier patrons with new and unworn apparel. My favorite find was two pairs of brand spanking new Lacoste tennies for half the cost. Great deals such as this are often encountered on a Buffalo excur- sion. Though Buffalo is slightly more expensive than the typical Salvation Army's 10$ per pair of pants, the quality of clothing is reflected in the price. Like those other thrift stores, old funky t-shirts line the racks, but at Buf- falo you're also likely to stumble upon that oh-so-cute, perf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

10 November 23, 2005 The University News Arts & Entertainment THE MAN WHO WAS THE TUNE Mike played the harmonica. He was the tune. The townsfolk of Rhythm, Tennessee didn't know where he came from, but he was the tune. Some say he was an angel, but I know they were wrong. How do I know? Mike told me. Onetime, in an old rhythm and blues joint, I was sipping on a gin and tonic when the good man Mike came up to me. "Mind if I join ya?" He asked with a smile. "Not at all." I replied with a grin. A smile for a grin, not bad, I thought. So he sat down. "How do you like the rhythm and blues?" He asked with a wink. A SHORT STORY BY SCOTT LAVERICK "It's alright, but t needs a tune." I replied with a nod. A wink's as good as a nod, I thought. But he winked again. "I am the Tune." Now I didn't feel like nodding again, and a frown wouldn't do, so I gave him another grin. "That's new to me, I never knew a man who was the tune." "Well now," he said with a smile, "you may never have known me, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

The University News November 23, 2005 ]_]_ Sports SPORTS SCHEDULE For those of you who live around UD or aren't going home over Christmas break, try and make it out and support UD athletics in and around the Dallas area. Here's a list of UD games over the break, as well as some other not-so important Dallas teams. All games are home games for the Dallas teams. Men's Basketball 12/31/05 3:00 p.m Hendrix College 1/2/06 8:00 p.m. Southwestern University o men's Basketball 12/18/05 1:00 p.m LaGrange College 12/31/05 1:00 p.m. Hendrix College 1/3/06 6:00 p.m. Southwestern University 1/5/05 6:00 p.m. Southwest Christian College Pallas Cowboys 12/11/05 3:15 p.m. Kansas City Chiefs 1/1/06 7:30 p.m. St. Louis Rams Dallas Mavericks 12/16/05 8:30 p.m Orlando Magic 12/18/05 7:30 p.m. Minnesota Timberwolves 12/26/05 7:30 p.m Indiana Pacers 12/30/05 7:30 p.m. Golden State Warriors 1/3/06 7:30 p.m. Portland TrailBlazers 1/7/06 7:30 p.m. Minnesota Timberwolves 1/14/06 7:30 p.m. New Jersey Nets 1/16...

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