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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 1995

■vv^ u 1 J7s ,ws ■ffiPB FSlfrlAN January 25, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Armstrong accepts position as provost By Elizabeth T. l.amb Managing l.ditor/The Rambler Dr. Thomas F. Armstrong was selected as Texas Wesleyari.'s new provost and senior vice presi- dc-iu. 1 le began his duties on Jan. 17. Armstrong comes to Wesleyan from I-rands Marion University in I lorence, S.C. Previously he spent several years at Georgia College with duties ranging over the years from professor to col- lege archivist to dean of the School'ol Arts and Sciences. Armstrong received his under- graduate and master's degrees in history from the University of Colorado in 1969 and 1970. He received his Ph.D. in American social/southern history from the University of Virginia in 1974. He calls himself an American social historian and his areas of expertise are primarily in post- emancipation southern history. "I developed both an interest and fascination with aspects of reconstruction and aspects of African-Am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 1995

Eritton, l ayout and Desigr Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association m H m Are guns our choi Elizabeth T. Lamb Managing Editor/The Rambler making 9 "A good high-powered rifle with armor piercing bullets aimed at abortionists should be used." This quote is from a radical pro-life pamphlet. It is an instruction to "persuade" people who believe differently than themselves to believe as they do. It was my understanding that the year is 1995 and that mankind had evolved to a civilized, reasonable creature. This kind of "persuasion" does nothing to prove that humans are civilized. It anything, it proves that we are still beasts. Saturday, Jan. 21, marked the 22nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the case which legalized a woman's right to abortion. Fortunately, the day passed peacefully, and we as a nation did not have to contend with the brutal killings of people who made a choice. Be that a choice to have an abortion, to work in an abortion cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 1995

, S*5S SSS still Campus counseling guided by Cannid Ry Kim Laster Editor/The Humbler "I try and keep up with the pace of the outside world and bring it to Wesleyan," said Dr. James Cannici, school psycholo- gist, who's been here since 1982 after working at the federal prison in Fort Worth for three years as a staff psychologist. What is Cannici bringing to Wesleyan? for one, he's trying to find nccommodations for stu- dents with disabilities. He also provides a plethora of services ior students on campus: career and personal counseling, testing and receiving grants for special programs. "The Hogg foundation, based in Austin, gave us a grant for the Freshman Seminar where students learn how to adjust to college life," said Cannici. The'U.S. Department of Edu- cation funded a two year gr^nt, gained by Cannici's efforts as well. This grant, now in its sec- ond year provided educational studies for Drug and Alcohol and created COW (Center of Wellness). The second half of the grant is a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 1995

Campus Life .■'--..v.. . ~~ , —= 4 Wesleyan health care reevaluated By Carey Reynolds The Rambler Unless you are of the busi* ness/mathematical mind, health care insurance may take on a mystical glow. Premiums, per- centages and numbers can dance in your head. Bui when you realize that 'ultimately your tuition pays tor Wesleyan employee health cov- erage, you want to know whether i lie sc hool is opting for the most i Dst-ellective plan available. That is the decision that President Jake Schrum had to make last semester when the is- sue of health care came to an emotional climax. Many elder employees and retirees had chosen an indem- nity plan, called the l-IIA/Princi- pal plan, for which they paid 20 percent of incurred costs, and the insurance paid the remain- ing 80 percent. Notification was made by vice president of finance John Katfil l of Principal's call'for con- solidation to the Principal plan. Some of the employees were in- curring higher costs, yet there were not many act...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 1995

Campus JANUARY The veil is raised and east meets west Campus Paperback Bestsellers 1 Interview with lha Vampu* by Awe H«te <&Mantrw, $6 90 > The novel iai launched Th Vampm C/voractea 2 Otacloaura try Michael Cnehlcn (BaSartum |e 99 f Sexual hasaaamem in a Waat Coaai atecttonci dim 3 HomtcWal Paycho Jungle Cel. Dy MWMWton (Andrews 4 McMtwl $12 96 ) Laiww CaMn and huMmh> cotecaon 4 The Vampira Laalat, By Anne Rite (Baftanttne 16 99 ) Mesmefumg tKxy & a vampira row a recti star ' 5 The Shipping Newt, by £ A/rue Pioutx (Toucheicirw $12 00) Mewbpapetifian twurro lo ho cTaUhoud home aflu dMtiat'« *4e 6. Forreat Gump, 0y Winston Groom (Pocket $5 50) Simple Alabama man tourneys through tree decades ot American Hstory 7 Embraced by the Light, vy Betty J tadw with Curt# Tsytcw (Bantam, $5 99 ) A woman s near deaffi axpenence 8 Having our Say, by Sarah L Delany and A EHiatieth Oelany (Dell, $5 99 ) Two sisters reflect on the* lives 9 Without Remorse, by Tom Clancy (BerWley, $...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 1995

fr'Vl ■ RbI The Ram Scoreboard Lady Rams Basketball Jan. 9 Lubbock Christian 76-80 Jan. 11 Howard Payne 81-66 Jan, 14 Incarnate Word 65-93* Jan. 18 Schreiner College t 80-100* next home game Jan. 28 vs. Mary Hardin Baylor (DH) at 5:30 p.m. • Rams Basketball Jan. 9 University of Dallas 112-79 Jan. 14 Incarnate Word 55-61* Jan. 18 Schreiner College . 66-73 next home game Jan. 28 vs. Mary Hardin Baylor (DH) at 7:30 p.m. •"Denotes conference games s'j TJS -M'±>: Help Wanted MenAVomen earn up lo $4#0 weekly assembling circuit boards/electronic components at home. Experience unnecessary, will train. Immediate openings in your local area. Call 1-602-680-7444 ext. 102C Why not advertise? Part-Time Flexible Hours working dependably with . children in Christian environment. A.M. and P.M. Mon.-Sun. Call now 817-535-4149 Chlldcare Patient, loving learning environment, Mon.-Fri. only. Central Fort Worth. Call Jean at 817-923-5435 531-4870 Wanted: Blues/Rock n Roll singer to complete a 4 piece...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 February 1995

LIBRARY February 1, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas r LaFon retires after three decades By Amanda Hendnck The Rambler "I've enjoyed ihe students and I've enjoyed teaching. 1 think philoso- phy ts something thai should be pur- sued and promoted. It exposes stu- dents to life and.t<> the world," said Dr. James I.alon, philosophy profes- sor, who will be retiring at the end of summer. Alter 29 years ol instructing a myriad of'students, I.alon will still be teaching on a part tune basis. "Wesleyan is a big pan of my lite. I nvvery emotionally attached lo it. I would do any thing, to help Wesleyan. I'd defend it, stand up lor it and light for it." I a I on said. A native of Florida. Ljilon came to Texas in l%6 lo teach. I le said, "I never planned lo come this lar west bul Wesleyan was the best offer I re- ceived." I le looks at ii as a sort ol pros i- ilcnce in his life, he said Florida dv>es not hold (he same affection for him anymore, according to LaFon Visit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 February 1995

Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association ACROSS 1 'Texas When * 5 LBJ's last words " Mike immediately" 6 TXism "frisky __ unsaddled horse" 7 Gulf town; _ Chica 8 arrival guess (abbr) 9 SWC requires 700 on . Scholastic , Test for athletic scholar 17 this Jane is called the "Mother of Texas* 19 TXism:" ...' good" (delicious) 20 TXism "that'll _ nicely* (okay) 21 Albany H.S mascot 22 and the rest (abbr) 24 TXism "nervous in a roomful of rocking chairs" 30 TXism. "put _ i where your mouth is" 34 Mavericks fired this Richie in '93 (inlt.) 35 'this cult leader David died near Waco 36 TX gunfighters were "fast on the 37 TX Ginger won this for "Kitty Foyle" (40) 39 Barbara Jordan was 1st black female to become a 43 TXism "I need that like a duck an • umbrella" 44 Noiman-Marcus 75 Xmas gift Dinosaur 45 former Oilers coach "Bum" Phillips 46 TXism:" „ pig's eye1 47 some TX farms raise this ostrich-like bird 48 in the past 50 magazine of TX Dan J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 February 1995

iversions Salih travels to UAE as Malone Fellow . . . Dr. Ibrahim Salih I'y Dr. H. Ibrahim Salih Special to The Rambler In 1995, 15 American professors, mainly from Texas, were chosen as Malone Fellows by the Board of Di- rectors of the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations to visit the United Arab Emirates (U.A.F..) and Oman from Dec. 31 to Jan. I5..1 had the honor of being named as one of the Malone Fellows. •Malone Fellows are named in honor of the late Dr. Joseph J. Malone, an Arabist and founding member of the National Council's Advisory Board in Washington. D.C. The coun- cil has sponsored approximately 400 Malone Fellows from the United States to travel on study visits to 13 countries and territories in the Middle Fast since 1984. The Malone Faculty Fellows Program is a private educa- tional organization seeking .to en- hance the American understanding of the Arab World and Islam. My study trip began on Dec. 28 when all 15 Fellows gathered in Building Floods By Elizabeth T....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 February 1995

—r Deaton surprised in Mexico By Christy Awad The Rambler A hotel on the beach, a hot date, warm sunshine and ... your former physics professor? What's wrong with this picture? Nothing, ii you're Juan Pablo Nunye/ The Wesley an''engineering major was probably just as shocked as Bobby. Deaton, physics/geology professor, when they ran -inIo each other in I'rug re so. Mexico, over the holidays. Nunve/ transferred-to Embry-Riddlp Aeronautical University in Florida. Deaton planned to call Nunve/ during his two-week stay in Cancun while he pursued his interest in the Mavan culture. "I travel a lot in Mexico, so he told me to contact him," said.Deaton. I itlle ilid Deaton know thai he would end up spending some time in I'KH'ieso on the very same beach where Nunve/ and his dale were va- Nuiiye/., who .is from Merida, Mexico, compleleda year of Intensive English at Wesleyan 'and took, some regular courses in the fall of 1993. He plans to be an aeronautical engineer. "He's a good student." sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 February 1995

Campus rr , i Kimbell exhibits Italian art sic P: lie i Si- bil t hit ;n Ihc Special to Rambler ' will be shdwing at the Kimbell Art Museum Feb. 12 through April 9. Masterpieces of 19 Century Ital- Marzouo's colleciion contains ian Painting from the Gaetano artwork from the Macchiaioli, a group Mar/otto Collection assembled by ol artists from Tuscany, Italy Giovanni Count Gaetano Mar/otio (1894-1972) Fat ton, Si I vest ro Lega anil Telemaco || 1: Ips 150 ATTENTION PARENTS!!! UPGRADING YOUR EDUCATION??? The Counseling & Testing Center presents a BALANCING ACT WORKSHOP This workshop will help students who are parents: • Reduce stress • Network with others • Incorporate study time with family time INITIAL MEETING: TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7 10:40-11:50 A.M. WHERE: ROOM 222, CAMPUS CENTER' For more information call Cheryl Inmon at 531-4432 Signorini are three painters of this movement The exhibition has 120 paintings by Italian painters of the 19 century A series of free public slide lectur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 February 1995

In Other News 3 Scarborough auditions begin Special to The Rambler ' Auditions fpr Scarborough Faire will be held on Feb 4 from 9 a.m lo 1:30 p.m. and Feb. 5 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Stage West Theatre, 3113 S. University Dr. Actors, character types, singers, dancers, musicians and nov- elty acts can audition by appointment only and must bring a two minute monologue of their choice. For further information and appointments call Ron Boulden (214) 938-FAIR. Publish in Hollywood Special to the Rambler The Hollywood Script Readers' Digest is a new monthly publication de- voted entirely in screenplay synopses and TV series proposals -The Digest will publish material Irom anyone who pays the publication fees. The synop- sis oi proposal will then be published in the next issue. The tee lor a screenplay synopsis is $100 for 150 words. Synopses 150 to 251 words is $ 160, 251 to 350 words is $200 and 351 to 500 words is $400. The Digest will not accept any synopses over 500 words. I lie l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 February 1995

asino Night Fence February 8, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Wesleyan student shares Lottery loot Elizabeth T. Lamb Managing Editor/The. Rambler 5 2122 33 43 44 These six numbers have forever changed the lives of Robert Dunlap, Jr. and his wile Juanita. The Dunlaps won $13,064,798.15 in the Jan. 28 Texas Lottery Lotto Drawing. They will receive approximately $653,000 a year lor 20 years. They bought their ticket in (L) Juanita Dunlap, Wesleyan student and wife of Lottery winner, (R) Dunlap with the check Photos by Khampha Bouaphanh Everman. . . Robert Dunlap attended Texas Wesleyan for a year before leaving to manage Custom Wire Manufacturing. Juanita is a junior political science major at Wesleyan. She is also mi- noring in computer science and legal studies with plans to graduate by 1997. Her future educational plans in- Car stolen on campus By, Stephen English The Rambler A Texas Wesleyan student's car was stolen from the parking lot behind the Art complex on Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 February 1995

Beth Lamb, Managing Editor Rebekah Britton, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association II ACROSS \ ?uc ArXtMjt 0w Cup m I «5) 9' TXltm. 'pel •hui up' o TX Joti Oofi BMMW tiiiri 'Walton# 7 *l «M> •ilfw torn a (juttl-ft? or ip 9 Gov 14 tag TX « « | ttinintny ii tfl TXttun iik* « ckciu>r Wilf- ... M rx ort«M>n m Pr#<Ty Momn' 2! ' •/ * to tn« •♦ft „ o*u n' a St ot UAL irtij fcSfc«/AU5 24 "Btti # ol " X # M*c£ 12 TX CMft * Orynoiat ' turn '&*y M# 33 TXiar* i 30 •rihttkj tovttf «i "M* Q.iifp4fti «'i A/1i W 0*1:44 ... E<«ClfK >3 rwM * Uirt.y •fritter* 41 TX singing N##ir th (teHi) 4J Tf OtHjfi;« Alltff: 1 ilir «j (ufctH ) 4 "J go* i Utiftt'.j j r it> Gtt if\ (>it.Mik* alburn Wff-'.t' 4/ Tx Jim Wf y«rf .ItU'tftid * •«!• 4* utXXX* H4 W> fj'tl **am# o* 20 mw w 61 TX Au4t* lAufpty ttm ....... _ Si v«C Mfc' 62 TX Cuit* SlO#r . I itTia M*rgi«' S3 TX Dan Fust** ooc* &s • 7mm r Mhv«y a* •Jmttf' 56 C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 February 1995

iversions In Brief... Athletic Department raises funds Vegas style H.O.L.A. meets every Thursday in AMB, room 126 during free period. Dr. Ben Hale will be demonstrating the World Wide Web (WWW or Web) on "Netcruisei/ a mode which allows a person to access textual and graphical information on the Internet on Feb- 10 at 2 p.m. Call Paula Sanders at 531-4802 for more information. The athletic department is selling neck wraps for S10 See any athlete for details. The National Hot Hod Association's Chief Auto Parts Nationals inv ites Wesleyan students with a valid I.D. to the season opening Winston Drag Scries event the Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Feb. 24-26. Cost is free. m**; The videos Dr. Marshall Hamilton took of Alta Dollar last fall are on reserve in the library and the Dean's office of the School of Business for anyone interested in seeing them. School Closing Announcements will be aired on Channel 5 KXAS, KERA 90.1 FM, KRLD 1080 AM and the Oasis 107.5 FM. Spring Films-Friends and f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 February 1995

Page 4 If you were tied up in traffic Friday afternoon near the Pipeline/ Glenview exit of Loop 820, here's the reason why. I hula ()vctl yc ot I ranklin, Wis., died w hen the car she was tiding in spun t >i.u ul conim-l into a .ditch oft Loop 820. Scuit ()verbyc. tier husband and the driver, was in critical condition while anothci passenger was .seriously injured Friday afternoon. l our teens racing northbound on Loop 820 caused the accident, according !ii|mln e 1 i Almw is a picture ol the Overbye's car after the accident. I 'Ik >iu and c ut line by khamplui Bouuphaoli Noble Bean displays student artwork M\ .la i Simons I be I'.amblci Several art students recently dis- played a variety of their works in a local col lee shop. The Noble Bean on ( amp Bowie was home to the exhibit, ranging Iit>m painting to ceramics, tor o\ei a month. ['he shop lias begun rotating the work of local artists in an effort to cre- ate a new atmosphere. Several inquir- ies were made about purchas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 1995

February 14, 1995 Jiappy 'Vh fan tine's Day Fort Worth, Texas Ram Club gives a boost to athletics By Dominick Masttangelo I he Ramhlct I lie I ex as Wesleyan Athletic I )e partment received much needed aid lor it's ailing transportation situation. A S 10.000 check was presented to the department by the Ram Club on Jan. 31 during the Ram Club Social at the ("attic Drive Restaurant. Rosie St-allman, the athletic chaii and Dave Voskuil. vice president ol athletics, accepted the donation from club officers: president Jerry Wood, vice president John Isoin. treasurer O.D. Hounds, and secretary Dorothy Peek. The donation was another in the booster club's continuing support of the Wesleyan Athletic Department. The donation, as determined by the Ram Club, will go for the purchase of a 15 passenger van. The money, which is raised through club member- ship, is distributed to different areas of the athletic program. "They (the Ram Club) have sup- ported the program in different ways," said Bobb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 1995

February 14, 1995 The Rambler Volume 78, No. 4 Kim Laster, Editor Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Opinions Michael K. Brandon, Advertising Manager Rebekah Hritton, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Sports played for money; not pleasure By Dominick Mastrangelo The Rambler Damn I d hale to be a profession* al athlete. All the tame, the endorse- ments, the autographs. What more does today's athlete want? Well, I II give you a hint. Their names arc Jackson, Grant and Franklin. Ihe almight) dollar has' successfully destroyed every major professional sport The business of professional sports has begun to breed a new kind of ath- lete. 1 he greedy one. No longer does a player honor the contract of his team. It he docs honor it, there is always a clause that allows the player to get out il the situation turns sour. When todays athlete doesn't get the money he wants, a transformation occurs. Ihe professional disappe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 1995

February 14, 1995 Page 3 The Rambler Valentine memories made at Italian Inn By Carey Reynolds The Rambler Dim lighting, colored lanterns, large murals, stained glass, and love-kirn gralfiti come together at the Italian Inn on Lancaster tor an atmosphere of romantic solitude and sharing. Booths with swinging d<*>rs close tu allow privacy are marked with such statements as that of ownership: "This is Terry and Aaron's door," courtship: "Brigit loves Bert;" philosophical: "All we are saying is give peace a chance;" homesick: "Gloria loves Orlando;" and lovesick: "Will you go with me?" One incongruous remark was, "It's not the si/c of the wave/ It's the motion in the ocean/ But yoti can't surf in a pood." Ihc Italian Inn, at 3132 E. Lancaster, ls dccoratcd for Valentine s Day. Shiny red hearts and paper red and white hearts liave been strung across the lobby. One of tltc managers slated that New Year's Eve and Valentine's Day are the two busiest days for the restaurant. Lovers ten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 1995

The Rambler I j&;V. I , & ■ K? Dating, from pg. 1 admits she didn't like Ward at first, "When he'd visit friends at the The- ater Arts Department co-op, he was loud and kept me up at night," she said. "My parents saw him in the Wesleyan production of Pirates of Penzance and my mom loved him. I started seeing him in a different light" They soon became friends They plan to marry after their 1996 graduation They are considering a move to Chi- cago. . "Sometimes it's difficult for people who have the same career goals, but tie supports me as much as 1 support him. II you are thinking about getting engaged, it's ok lo wait fithan is a patient person. He'll wait." Knglish/journalism major Brandt Martinez and music education major Tony Sanchez both know the quality of patience. The sophomores met on the phone. He was friends with her cousin. They went out with a group of friends a couple of times Martinez said, 'Tony wouldcall my number and hang up, but he finally awkwardly asked m...

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