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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 March 1998

The University News Sports March 25,1998 15 Sportstalk with Strockbine By Richard Strockbirie Athletic Director Baseball is on a tear, after three early defeats nine wins in a row. Ev- eryone ought to be aware of and take pride in the fact that, after heavy rains, the players and coaches worked hours on the field Wednesday so that it was playable for a double-header against Mid-America Bible. BULLETS: • ICTN did a nice feature on Assistant Tennis Coach Sam Morton. Also some clips of the men's match against Mis- sissippi College. • Spring soccer has begun. Coaches Webb and Harding are working the troops hard in the mornings. Skills and conditioning are the main items on the menu. • Rain, rain go away and let baseball play. Five of our first six American Southwest Conference (ASC) games have been rained out. According to ASC rules, they won't be made up. We've added a game against National Christian which was played on the 11th and also a double dip against Paul Quinn on the 25th. • T...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 March 1998

Sports Week March 25,1998 The University News Page 16 F rial Four set to begin As March Madness rises to its peak we shall look upon those worthy com- petitors that will compete for the na- tional championship! Utah making itto its first Final Four since 1966 will go up against theTar Heels of North Carolina who make their fifth Final Four appear- ance this decade.The other match-up features the Stanford Cardinal and the Kentucky Wildcats both of whom had umn By Dan Lorimer exciting comebacks in the final min- utes of their regional championship games. Utah stunned the nation last Sat- urday by completely demoralizing last year's champions, the Arizona Wildcats Utah proved all the experts (including Joe Cristofaro) wrong when they held Arizona to 51 points, their lowest total of the season. Maverick hopeful Mike Bibby of Arizona made just 3 of 15 attempts for 7 points, while his partner in the big choke Miles Simon made just 1 of 9 shots. The Utes, on the other hand, shot 52 percent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

LTrhe • j J niven News 7^S DAU^ Volume XXVII, Number 9 http://acad.udallas.edu/www/udnews Wednesday, April 1,1998 New counselors oin staff Eating disorder c nic first of their priorities By Michelle Gieske Contributing Writer The hiring of two new counselors shows the progress that has been made towards a future Wellness Center on UD's campus. FrankTrimboli, a Ph.D. in psychology, and Susan C. Hawthorne, LMSW- ACP, a clinical social worker, have been hired by UD to be on campus and available to the students during the week. On average, the two counselors spend ten hours a week in the new Counseling Center (formerly the Chaplain's Office) in the office of Campus Ministry."They have been surprisingly busy," Sarah Carda of the Office of Student Life said. "The stu- dent response has been overwhelming, especially considering that we haven't advertised their presence here on campus." The counselor'availability on campus was made possible through a gift from the Finance Committee of the C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

2 April 1,1998 News The University News On April 1 - April 7 The annual Eugene McDermott Lec- ture will be held tonight in Lynch Au- ditorium. Nigel Wood, professor of art history at Oxford University, will be the guest lectur- er. * A Dominican Priest will be avail- able from 1 0:00 a.m. to 1 :G0 a.m. in the Campus Ministry to hear confessions. * Prayer and Praise in the Chapel of the Incarnation at 9:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome.* Study with S.G. in Gorman. Free coffee from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. A Dominican Priest will be available from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. in the Campus Ministry to hear confessions. * A Penance service will be held in the Chapel of the In- carnation at 7:00 p.m.*The College Republicans club will have a meet- ing at 7:00 p.m. in Gorman H. * Study with S.G. in Gorman. Free cof- fee from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Applications due to the Office of Stu- dent Life for all of those students who are interested in being Resident Assis- tants for the 1998-1999 school yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

The University News News April 1,1998 3 Beyond the Bubble A brief look at major events in local, national and world news to some land routes. All five of the JQNESBORO,ARKANSASWAS ROCKED WITH VIOLENCE last Tuesday, as two students killed four fellow students and a teacher at Westside Middle School. Mitchell Johnson, 13, and Andrew Golden, 11, beganfiring upon students and teachers as they evacu- ated the school in what police say was a fake fire alarm. The two boys were caught roughly a half-mile from the school near a van which contained more ammunition. Friends of Johnson said the day before the attack he had warned classmates that"he had a lot of killing to do,"and was upset about being jilted by a girl. ■ PRESIDENT CLINTON WENT ON SAFARI this week at Chobe National Park in Botswana. Earlier in the week, Clin- ton had met with President Ketumile Masire in Gaborone, the capital of Botswana. The visit is part of an 11- day tour of six nations on the conti- nent of Africa. While in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

4 April 1,1998 ^ -. J The American Ceramic Society's Show of'Ceramic Arts Contest" y^g University News Psychopathia Sexualis knocks your socks off By Jessica Roberson Arts and Entertainment Co-editor New Theatre Company presents Psychopathia Sexualis, a twisted comic tale of four New York residents, one of whom cannot make love without his father's argyle socks. Written by John Patrick Stanley, theater review meant to be together. Dennis Millegan delivers a com- mendable performance as Dr. Block. Although given some of the more loaded dialogue, Millegan plays the part with apparent ease and spouts his psychobabble in a readily compre- hensible fashion. Jim Jorgensen's portrayal of How- ard is at first over-the-top and slightly irritating. He soon descends into ob- noxiousness and complete self-servi- ence.That, the viewer soon realizes, is precisely the point. Located in the basement ofTheater Three, the space lends itself to inti- macy. Although the house and lobby are both small, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

The University News Arts & April 1,1998 5 Bright Colors, recycled Grease and a search for God By F.S. Contributing Writer Primary Colors (wide release) You might thinkthat current events have overtaken Primary Colors and rendered Mike Nichols'filmization of the 1996 bit of Clintoniana obsolete. movie reviews But you'd be mistaken. The cinematic version of Joe Klein's roman a clef proves sharp, savvy and quite timely. A good deal of the pleasure in the film involves appreciating how close John Travolta, Emma Thompson and Billy Bob Thornton can come to the figures they're obviously meant to resemble (Bill, Hillary and James Car- ville) without descending into crude mimicry. They carry it off remarkably well. But what's surprising is that the picture manages also to raise some serious issues about ethics in American politics, especially in its second half, when the script largely abandons the relatively easy business of parodying the events of the 1992 Democratic primaries and devi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

6 April 1,1998 The University News Feat An eighties"'retro"< "he 1980s lifestyle was unlike any other in history By Joe Cristofaro and Ray Khirallah Assistant News Editor and Features Editor Most of us at UD grew up in the unforgettable 1980s. Hair was big,T.V. was bad and the budget was huge. Ronald Reagan gripped the reigns through the majority of the eighties, and he steered us through a space shuttle explosion, the Oliver North trial and New Coke. We have made it out of the eighties alive, but another decade like it might prove fatal. Here's a look back: Fads The great thing about a fad is that it is short for fade, and that is exactly the fate of 1980s' hair, clothing and language. When New Coke was unveiled on April 15,1985, consumers everywhere shrieked in disapproval and the concoction was removed from supermarket shelves only three months later; if only all of the newfangled ideas promulgated in the eight- ies would have disappeared as quickly. For the eighties woman, th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

ures The University News April 1,1998 7 pective : flamboyant, gaudy and fun Sports Crusader Yearbook photo y an elderly man named Henry Warnimont, ne father and daughter. sure Professional sports in the 1980s were all about dynasty. The Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers ruled the NBA, the San Francisco 49ers were atop the NFL and the Oakland A's screamed dynasty at the end of the decade. In the NBA, the Celtics and the Lakers were like fire and ice.The Celtics played a throwback style of basketball behind the grit of Kevin McHale and the panache of Larry Bird. The Lakers, on the other hand, glitzed through the league behind the quiet domi- nance of Kareem Abdul-Jabaar and the flash of Earvin "Magic" Johnson. The Lakers' style of ball was later termed "West Coast" because of its insistence on a high-powered offense. The Lakers and the Celtics met in one of the most entertaining NBA champi- onship series ever. The called "Showtime,"rang over the Celtics in the looked back.The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

8 April 1,1998 Commentary The University News Mainstream media need infusion of new blood Daniel Kennelly You only need to turn on the television or pick up a newspaper these days to know something is terribly wrong in mainstream media. Television programs range from Jerry Springer to Headline News or the Jim Lehrer News Hour, and while the latter two shows might be a bit closer to being considered highbrow, they often don't show it in the cover stories they choose to run; one need only cite the endless coverage of the most trivial details of the president's titillating scandals or the way tragedies in the news are often twisted to manipulate emo- tionally the viewer. Nor can mainstream newspapers and other print media be vindicated of the charge of misprioritizing the issues on which they focus. The general rule of media being to catch the reader's eye and keep it, even newspapers often leave no taboo untouched, with the justification that sordid details bring larger readerships an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

The University News Commentary April 1,1998 9 University News Editorial Board Daniel Kennelly Aaron Deacon John Campbell Opinions expressed in The University News are those of the writer of the ar- ticle or of the editorial board. They are not necessarily those of The University News or the University of Dallas. Editorial Boldly going where no one has gone before It was a bold, daring and sudden move. But the Uni- versity only stands to gain by having Denise Phillips as chaplain. The University News has not been the quietest among those calling for a new chaplain, and quickly. Nor will we hold back our praise for Phillips' recent actions. Phillips has been a member of the University faith community for what seems like a very long time now, and that alone qualifies her for the position of chap- ain. She's a nice, friendly, likable person. What more can one ask for? And she's willing to take that extra step, to go that extra mile to please and appease the students. Antici- pating that...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

The University News Sports 10 April 1,1998 COACH'S CORNER Sportstalk with Strockbine By Richard Strockbine Athletic Director BULLETS: • American Southwest Conference (ASC) baseball stats show David Biagini leading the league in hitting at a .511 clip, Nathan Aviles is fourth, swinging at .432. Phil Cooley is fourth in triples with three. Tony Gallizzi is third in sto- len bases with 10 while Casey Hargrove is fourth in strikeouts with 30. • Baseball had rung up nine wins in a row before losing two of three on the Mississippi trip. • Women's tennis recorded their first win of the year, 6-3 at Ozarks. Julie Brown and Tracy Wagner each won in singles and combined for a doubles victory. • Last week I mentioned some reasons for leaving the ASC. Another reason: On Friday, baseball left early to bus to Alpine for a night game at Sul Ross State. That's two Fridays in a row they will be out of class all day. The ASC draws up the schedule and we must play when and where they dictate. I guaran...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

Tlrhe • Unive -k^STIT/.At. DAU^ Newt Volume XXVII, Number 9 http://acad.udallas.edu/www/udnews Wednesday, April 1,1998 Director of liturgy declares herself chaplain By Gabriel Dion Assistant Muckraker The ongoing search for a new uni- versity chaplain came to a halt late last week when Denise Phillips, director of liturgy and catechesis, announced she would ordain herself priest in orderto fill the vacant position. "A chaplain is someone who can offer spiritual advice, direction and a shoulder to cry on," Phillips said. "I have provided all of these things for students consistently over the last two years. The only differences now are that my office is a little larger and black has suddenly become very en vogue for me." Phillips said in order to validate herself for the role as chaplain, she ordained herself through the sacra- ment of Holy Orders in a small, private ceremony last Sunday, an action which drew protest from administration, students and faculty members. Holy Orders is n...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 1998

SportsWeek April 1,1998 The University News Page 12 Bitter rivals collide in intramural soccer By Lance Curtright Sports Editor Intramural soccer has begun, and already there is a heated rivalry be- tween the Itchy Rat's Ashes and The Upper 90s. The teams are arguably the best in the league, and they met in the first game of the season. While the Itchy Rat's Ashes put up a valiant effort, they were overmatched and lost 3-0. "We've seen what Upper 90s can do. But we were missing one of our key players, John'Sea Bass'Campbell," Joey Korah of the Itchy Rat's Ashes said. Campbell is the team's sweeper, and from his experience delivering heavy packagesforthe United Postal Service (UPS), he has been able to cultivate a strong leg. The Upper 90s, however, are not intimidated. "Who the hell is John // They're a bunch of washed up ex-soccer players trying to hold on to their glory days. — Joey Korah // Campbell?" Larry Webb, fullback for the Upper 90s, said. Korah hopes for the chance to pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

T # 4 L niven ^STITU^ News DAU^ Volume XXVII, Number 10 http://acad.udallas.edu/udnews Wednesday, April 8,1998 Politics department granted fellowship By Mary Marcellus Contributing Writer The Alex Hillman Family Foundation has granted the politics department a $10,000 annual fellowship in the name of Richard A. Hillman to be given to a politics graduate student in the Institute of Philosophic Studies (IPS). According to Dr. Leo Paul de Alvarez, chairman of the politics department, Richard A. Hillman studied politics at Yale under Professor Willmore Kendall. Dr. Kendall taught at Yale before acting as chairman of both the economics and politics departments here at UD. "He also taught Bill Buckley, but that's another story," De Alvarez said. Along with Dr. Louise Cowan, Kendall was instrumental in beginning the program in politics and literature that subsequently became the Institute for Philosophic Studies, Dr. de Alvarez said. Professor Kendall "deemed [Richard A. Hill- i p.|.n] amo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

2 April 8,1998 News The University News M On April 8 - April 14 Mass will be held at 12:05 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. A Tene- brae service will beat 10:00 p.m.** Rosters are due to- day by 5:00 p.m.for Intramural Softball teams. * There will be a meeting in Lynch today for all Fall '98 Romers. The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m.* Vietnam Student Associa- tion will have a meeting today at 7:00 p.m. in the Small conference room of the Haggar building. * Study with SG. Free coffee in Gorman from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. TODAY IS A FRIDAY CLASS DAY. * Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Incarna- tion. * If your band wants to play at Mallapalooza, then be sure to turn in a demo tape to the SG office or con- tact Joe Lockridge at 438-2153. Good Friday- No classes. The Univer- sity is closed today. * The Passion of Our Lord at 2:30 p.m. * Stations of the Cross at 7:00 p.m. in the Chapel of the Incarnation. in the Chapel of the Incarnation. H Easter Vigil Mass a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

The University News News April 8,1998 3 Beyond the Bubble a brief look at PRESIDENT CLINTON RETURNED HOME Thursday following a 12 day tour of the continent of Africa. Ear- lier in the week, federal judge Susan Webber Wright dismissed the sexua harassment lawsuit of Paula Jones, stating that Jones' lawyers did not provide enough evidence to advance the case. Jones had been seeking $700,000 in damages, and was claim- ing that Clinton had exposed himself and asked for sexual acts while gover- nor of Arkansas. Jones'attorneys said that an appeal of the decision is likely. Meanwhile, Independent Counsel Ken Starr's investigation continued, as Starr stressed that Wright's ruling had no bearing on the Whitewater investigation. ■ SUSPENDED CATHOLIC PRIEST RU- DOLPH KOS was sentenced to life in prison, following convictions of three counts of sexual assault. Kos, who had pleaded guilty to three counts, was also given a 20-year term for convic- tions on four other counts and will be eligible ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

4 April 8,1998 Arts & The University News Death and absurdity in Caligula By Tony King Contributing Writer Our Endeavors Theater Company's production of Albert Camus'four-act tragedy Caligula or The Meaning of Death, described by its author as a "myth of the absurd," follows the Ro- man Emperorfrom the time of his sister Drisilla's death and the consequent madness of Caligula to the time of his assassination by conspirators. When Camus'automobile collided with a tree and he met his death at the age of 50 it was a tragic, yet fitting, end to the life of the French novel- ist/playwright/philosopher whose works deal again and again with man in clear-sighted recognition of the irrational and arbitrary, struggling to avoid despair. Camus had long feared the high-speed nature of car travel and tended to avoid riding in the machines. His Jean-Paul Sartre penned obituary simply listed Camus' birth and death dates and read "An absurdity upon an absurdity." Dalton James'portrayal of Calig...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

The University News Arts & April 8,1998 5 A French Promesse scores over Willis, Space i * Gary Oldman and Jack Johnson are Dr. Smith and Will Robinson in New Line Cinema's Lost in Space, a remake of the photo courtesy Meiv Line Cinema popular 1960s television series based on Swiss Family Robinson. photo courtesy Universal Pictures Bruce Willis portrays an FBI agent trying to protect an autistic boy (Miko Hughes) who knows too much in Mercury Rising. By F.S. Contributing Writer Mercury Rising (wide release) A slickly-made but idiotic thriller about a stalwart FBI agent (Bruce Willis at his smuggest) trying to protect an autistic child, who has deciphered a top secret code, from some NSA bad- dies led by the nattily nasty Alec Bald- win. Not a single character or incident in the ridiculous script has the slightest shred of credibility (certainly the plot boasts a crew of the most inept assas- sins in history), and the attempts to generate either suspense or sympathy regularly fall...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

6 April 8,1993 The University News "Feat ( Shear Long Local barbers have been providing Irvin haircuts and conversation for over By Ray Khirallah Features Editor D oyle Ivins and Dockey Bryson have been trimming the excess hair from Irving heads for over forty years. Known simply as Dock and Doyle, the experienced shearers bought a barber shop in Irving in 1955 and, besides one shop change within the city, the two have continued to cut hair at 920 E- Grauwyler road, less than 5 minutes from UD. "We saw an ad in the paper and we were both single," Bryson said. "It was the only place in the paper that was for sale that we could afford," Ivins added. In 1955, the cost of buying or leasing any building or home was a pittance compared to prices today, but in accord with the times, it was not easy to find the money for such a risk. "Doyle and I met each other creating telephone numbers in a shop in Dallas,"Bryson recalled,"and when we saw the ad in the paper, we came out here and looked a...

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